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Articles by Asghar Khaledan
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  Naghmeh Naseri , Shahla Hojjat and Asghar Khaledan
  Considering the lack of adequate information about the effect of aerobic and anaerobic exercises with drinking green tea on Malondialdehyde, the current study is aimed to investigate the effect ofan aerobic and anaerobic selected exercises (resistance) course with drinking green tea on Malondialdehyde enzyme in male athletes 20-35 years old. 60 male athletes (with average age of 26.30 and standard deviation 10.73 and average weight 71.68 and standard deviation 12.47) were selected and divided into 6 groups randomly: group aerobic exercise with green tea, group aerobic exercise, group anaerobic exercise (resistance) with green tea, group anaerobic exercise (resistance), group only green tea and group they only did their own exercises (control). All six groups implemented 8-week protocol that included exercises in two types of cardio exercises (aerobic exercise) with intensity of 65-75% of maximum heart rate and anaerobic exercises (resistance) that worked with weights by 60-70% of one repetition maximum. The experimental group received green tea three days a week at a rate of 200 mL. Before doing the exercises and 8 weeks after the last session of exercise program, blood samples were taken from the participants while they were fasting. Inferential statistics were used for unilateral variance analysis in addition to that Tukey post hoc test was used in all hypotheses in significant level of (p = 0/05). The rate of rest MDA changes didn’t have significant difference in all six research groups. Changes in all 6 groups were increasing MDA but they didn’t have significant difference statistically. Despite in two groups of aerobic exercise with green tea and resistance exercise with more tea MDA increased so results show that aerobic exercise, anaerobic exercise, aerobic and anaerobic exercise with green tea and green tea don’t have significant effect on MDA and their effect isn’t different. Therefore, the results showed that doing aerobic exercises, anaerobic ones, aerobic and anaerobic with green tea may increase MDA.
  Naghmeh Naseri , Shahla Hojjat and Asghar Khaledan
  Due to lack of complete information about the effects of aerobic and anaerobic exercises with green tea supplementation on cortisol hormone, the current study was conducted by investigating the effect of a period of selected aerobic and anaerobic exercises (resistance) with the consumption of green tea on cortisol hormone in male athletes with 20-35 years. The 60 male athletes that with (age mean 26.30 and standard deviation 10.73 and weight mean 71.68 and standard deviation 12.47) were selected and randomly divided into 6 groups: Group: aerobic exercise with green tea, group aerobic exercise, group: anaerobic exercise (resistance) with green tea, group: anaerobic exercise (resistance), group: only green tea and group: only did their exercises (control). Each 6 group of protocol of 8 weeks that include: exercises are in 2 types, aerobic exercise (aerobics) which with 65-75% of maximum heart rate and anaerobic exercises (resistance exercises) that implement working with weight by 60-70% of a the maximum repeat. The experimental group during the study, 3 days a week received 200 mL of green tea. Before exercises and 8 weeks after the last training session, participants were taken blood sample in fasting state. Inferential statistics was used for one-way ANOVA in addition to all the hypotheses; Tukey post hoc test was used. As well as it was used in the significant level (p = 0/05). Results showed that although resting CORT values increased in all groups but statistically isn’t significant so the hypothesis is rejected but to point out that the greatest increase in the aerobic exercise and after is has been in the control group. It can be concluded that green tea consumption with resistance exercise and resistance exercise on resting levels of CORT has significant and different effect of aerobic exercise and green tea. The results showed that doing aerobic exercises, anaerobic (resistance), aerobic and resistance with green tea may effect increase of CORT and some other factors of oxidative stress and inflammation.
 
 
 
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