Effects of a kaerobic training plan and diet for a 39-year-old obese patient from UNAH-TEC-Danlí



Overweight, Morbid obesity, Body Mass Index, Folds


The research was carried out in order to know the blood, physical and psychological chemical effects in the application of a training and diet plan for a 39-year-old patient with obesity from UNAH-TEC Danlí. In this sense, a methodology was established where, based on the systematization of a set of activities related to the different components of the process of physical and educational rehabilitation that aims to create healthy habits, taking into account planned and designed movements specifically to be fit and in good health. The effects were evaluated from a series of blood lipoprotein tests that provided information on metabolic conditions in the human body and also how certain organs function. Consequently, after applying the set of exercise and diet, results were obtained with respect to body composition such as a decrease in the waist-hip index, which shows that the cardiac risk decreases with the experiment carried out, a decrease in IMC and body fat of 38 % to 27%, the tests that measure blood chemistry all improved for an optimal functioning of the organism of the patient under study, from the psychological point of view self-esteem improved in the individual analysed after carrying out the experiment, it can be seen that this aspect rose from 24 points to 32 points.


DICIHT/ Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras/ PhD Santiago Ruiz


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Lanza-Reyes, Y. Y., Figueroa Soriano, R. O., & Gaitan Amador, R. A. (2021). Effects of a kaerobic training plan and diet for a 39-year-old obese patient from UNAH-TEC-Danlí. Journal of Human Sport and Exercise, 16(2proc), S837-S847. Retrieved from https://www.jhse.ua.es/article/view/2021-v16-n2-proc-effects-kaerobic-training-plan-diet-39-year-old

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