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Background and Aim: The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of ginseng supplementation and six weeks
of resistance training on aerobic and anaerobic factors of non-active students at the university of Shahrood. Materials
and Methods: In this way, 50 students of Shahrood university with an age average of 19±2 years and the body mass index average of 22±3 kg/m2 voluntarily participated in the study. The subjects were divided randomly into four groups including training+supplement (13 people), training+placebo (13 people), supplement (12 people), and control (12 people) groups. Training groups were performed a designed protocol three times per week for 6 weeks. Before and after the training program, the Bruce aerobic test, the Wingate anaerobic test and body composition were measured. The Kolmogorov-Smirnov test was used for evaluating of normal distribution of data and then the paired t-test and repeated measure ANOVA test (4×2) were applied for detection of significant differences (p<0.05) between groups. Results: The peak anaerobic power (p=0.02) and maximum aerobic power (p=0.001) were significantly increased in the training groups, however, average aerobic power (p=0.12), minimum aerobic power (p=0.09) and fatigue index (p=0.32) did not show any significant differences between groups. Conclusion: Compared to the resistance training intervention, resistance training along with ginseng supplement may have a greater role in improving aerobic and anaerobic power in
non-active male students.
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