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Aerobic and Resistance Training on Abdominal Fat Loss

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Effects of Aerobic and Resistance Training on Abdominal Fat Loss

Study the effects of different exercise modes on total and regional adiposity variation in subcutaneous and visceral adipose tissue (VAT and SAT). The investigators hypothesize that total abdominal will improve for all the exercise groups compared to the control group. When comparing intervention groups: 1) no differences on the degree of improvement in total abdominal fat depots (VAT and SAT) 2) different degree of change when comparing specific sections at VAT and SAT are expected.

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Resistance Training

High-intensity Resistance Training Group

Aerobic Training

Aerobic Interval Training Group

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Effects of Aerobic and Resistance Training on Abdominal Fat Loss

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NCT03700827

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