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Effect of Daily Steps on Fat Metabolism

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Effect of Daily Steps on Fat Metabolism

Reduced ambulatory activity has been shown to effect the response to a high fat tolerance test (HFTT) after acute exercise. This study will evaluate the effect of varying levels of daily ambulation on response to a HFTT after an acute aerobic exercise bout.

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Behavioral - Very Low Steps

Subjects will have a 2-day control period during which step count and diet will be controlled for and recreated for the other trials. Following this 2-day period, they will undergo the Very Low Stepping trial with the acute bout of exercise on day 2. Day 3 will consist of the lipid tolerance test to determine the ability of the body to clear triglycerides.

Behavioral - Low Steps

Subjects will have a 2-day control period during which step count and diet will be controlled for and recreated for the other trials. Following this 2-day period, they will undergo the Low Stepping trial with the acute bout of exercise on day 2. Day 3 will consist of the lipid tolerance test to determine the ability of the body to clear triglycerides.

Behavioral - Moderate Steps

Subjects will have a 2-day control period during which step count and diet will be controlled for and recreated for the other trials. Following this 2-day period, they will undergo the Moderate Stepping trial with the acute bout of exercise on day 2. Day 3 will consist of the lipid tolerance test to determine the ability of the body to clear triglycerides.

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Effect of Daily Ambulatory Activity on the Responses to Acute Aerobic Exercise.

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NCT03697382

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