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Background and Aim: The aim of the present study was to investigate the effects of 4 weeks plyometric training and omega 3 supplementation on serum brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and C reactive protein (CRP) concentration in active men. Materials and Methods: 28 physical education students randomly divided into four groups including control (n=7), omega 3 (n=7), training (n=7), and training+ omega 3 (n=7) groups. The training and training+ omega 3 groups performed 4 weeks of selected plyometric training. Also supplementary and combination groups consumed 2000 mg omega 3 daily for 4 weeks. Blood samples were taken in fasting state before and after training in order to measurement of BDNF and CRP. Moreover, BDNF and CRP were measured using ELISA and immunoturbidimetric assay respectively. Data were analyzed using one-way ANOVA and Pearson correlation coefficient and significant level was considered if pResults: Four weeks of plyometric training along with omega 3 supplementation increased serum BDNF concentration of active men significantly (P<0.04), but this treatment didn’t change CRP significantly (P<0.53). Also BDNF and CRP levels did not show any significant correlation (p<0.05). Conclusion: Plyometric training along with omega 3 supplementation can increase serum level of BDNF, suggesting that performed training protocol has positive effects on brain health. But BDNF and CRP as inflammatory markers had no significant relationship. So, more studies on the therapeutic and protective effects of BDNF against inflammation are required.
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