The effect of exercise training on clinical outcomes in patients with the metabolic syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

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diabetes mellitus 24510 significantly affected outcome measures. We also found that the inclusion of participants with type II diabetes mellitus who also fit diagnostic criteria for MetS did not significantly affect any of the outcome measures.Study
hyperglycemia 30854 recommendation is that people with MetS should adhere to current diabetes exercise guidelines [[41]].Roles of hyperglycemia and obesityAccording to the international diabetes federation, metabolic syndrome is characterised by
hyperglycemia 31043 syndrome is characterised by at least three of five clinical findings [[1]]. One of these findings is hyperglycemia . So, if this definition of MetS is primarily based on hyperglycemia, then we showed that exercise elicits
hyperglycemia 31111 [[1]]. One of these findings is hyperglycemia. So, if this definition of MetS is primarily based on hyperglycemia , then we showed that exercise elicits favourable glycaemic effects. We are, however, unsure if these
metabolic syndrome 107 Cardiovascular DiabetologyThe effect of exercise training on clinical outcomes in patients with the metabolic syndrome : a systematic review and meta-analysisC. OstmanN. A. SmartD. MorcosA. DullerW. RidleyD. JewissPublication
metabolic syndrome 428 /2017AbstractBackgroundPurpose: to establish if exercise training improves clinical outcomes in people with metabolic syndrome (MetS). Registered with PROSPERO international prospective register of systematic reviews (https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/PROSPERO/Identifier:CRD42017055491).
metabolic syndrome 856 SPORTDiscus. Study selection: prospective randomized or controlled trials of exercise training in humans with metabolic syndrome , lasting 12 weeks or more.ResultsWe included 16 studies with 23 intervention groups; 77,000 patient-hours
metabolic syndrome 2631 interventions.ConclusionsExercise training improves body composition, cardiovascular, and, metabolic outcomes in people with metabolic syndrome . For some outcome measures, isolated aerobic exercise appears optimal.Electronic supplementary materialThe
metabolic syndrome 2960 is available to authorized users.IntroductionAccording to the international diabetes federation, the metabolic syndrome (MetS) is characterised by at least three of five clinical findings: central obesity, elevated blood
metabolic syndrome 3774 data pooling analyses are yet to show a wide scope of benefit from exercise training in people with metabolic syndrome . Analyses of lifestyle interventions are yet to show a reduction in the proportion of participants who
metabolic syndrome 5216 yielded eligible data) to draw meaningful conclusions around the optimal exercise intensity to treat metabolic syndrome . The work of Lin et al. [[9]] reported beneficial effects of exercise training on cardiac risk factors,
metabolic syndrome 6637 strategy included a mix of MeSH and free text terms for key concepts related to exercise training and the metabolic syndrome (see PubMed search strategy in Additional file 1). Studies were included if patients in the intervention
metabolic syndrome 6799 file 1). Studies were included if patients in the intervention group met the diagnostic criteria for metabolic syndrome (according to IDF, WHO, or NCEP-ATP III) [[1]]. Searches were limited to prospective randomized or controlled
metabolic syndrome 7532 selectionIncluded studies were randomized controlled trials of exercise training in people with the metabolic syndrome diagnosed according to recognized diagnostic criteria (IFD, WHO, or NCEP-ATP III) [[1]]. All published
metabolic syndrome 8005 excluded studies whereby not all participants in the intervention group met the diagnostic criteria for metabolic syndrome at the start of the intervention, studies that did not have a sedentary control group, and those reporting
metabolic syndrome 25490 aerobic, and combined aerobic and resistance, exercise on clinical outcome measures in people with metabolic syndrome . Our analysis is also the first to compare exercise at different intensities. Through pooled data analysis,
metabolic syndrome 29768 intensity (Table 3). Previous work has shown high intensity exercise to be optimal for the treatment of metabolic syndrome [[37]] and in other chronic disease populations [[38]–[40]].Recommendations for optimal exercise prescriptionIt
metabolic syndrome 30931 guidelines [[41]].Roles of hyperglycemia and obesityAccording to the international diabetes federation, metabolic syndrome is characterised by at least three of five clinical findings [[1]]. One of these findings is hyperglycemia.
metabolic syndrome 32918 due to negative trial results. While most trial showed improvements in direct and indirect markers of metabolic syndrome , the effect sizes were often small enough to be considered clinically insignificant. Researchers should
metabolic syndrome 33738 produces beneficial changes in body composition, cardiovascular and metabolic outcomes in people with metabolic syndrome . For some outcome measures, isolated aerobic exercise seems to be optimal
obesity 3056 the metabolic syndrome (MetS) is characterised by at least three of five clinical findings: central obesity , elevated blood pressure (systolic blood pressure ≥130 mmHg or diastolic blood pressure ≥85 mmHg),
obesity 26393 therefore likely to be clinically insignificant. A recent government report on the health burden of obesity from the Australian institute of health and welfare suggests that a change in BMI of 1 unit (1 kg m−2),
obesity 27191 exercise programs, suggesting that this type of exercise prescription may be optimal for reducing central obesity . The work by Willis et al. [[28]] suggests that an isolated aerobic exercise program is optimal for
obesity 30872 people with MetS should adhere to current diabetes exercise guidelines [[41]].Roles of hyperglycemia and obesity According to the international diabetes federation, metabolic syndrome is characterised by at least three
obesity 31566 controversies surrounding the relative importance of the different clinical findings relates to the role of obesity . Our data show significant improvements in both BMI and waist circumference, but again we are unsure

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