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  • Sports Nutr Ther 2017, Vol 2(3): 125
  • DOI: 10.4172/2473-6449.1000125

The Issue of Coincident Weight Gaining and Fat-Loss through Exercise and Diet Planning

Ahmadzadeh Mahmoud*
Faculty of Sport Science, University of Tabriz, Iran
*Corresponding Author : Ahmadzadeh Mahmoud, Exercise Physiology, Faculty of sport science, University of Tabriz, Iran, Tel: +989382138861, Email: [email protected]

Received Date: Aug 02, 2017 / Accepted Date: Aug 29, 2017 / Published Date: Sep 08, 2017


Nowadays, weight loss, weight-gaining programs and diet plans separately are being prescribed by exercise physiologists and dieticians to fill the non-drug treatment gaps for diabetics. From the perspective of exercise science, there are barriers to achieve these results because of the specificity of exercise plan for clinical conditions specially for diabetics. The aim of present case-study report was to develop a well-established exercise plan for diabetics to achieve their non-diabetic range through performing such exercise programs under their exercise physiologists. The novelty of exercise plan is the key in solving the diabetics non-drug treatment. In present study, a 39-year-old diabetic male with 113 kg weight participated in a 2-month exercise plan. Exercise plan included sessions in which there were 3 sections. First section was warm-up and second section consisted of weight training specific to diabetics (low weight – high repetitions). Diet plan was based on 2000 calories a day (restricted sugar and higher glycemic foods). Before and after the end of plan, Fasting Blood Sugar (mg. DL-1), Cholesterol skinfold (mg. DL-1), Triglyceride skinfold, Fat Percentage (%) (mg DL-1) skinfold sites were measured. After performing 2-month programme, all values of factors were lower than before and all in normal range. Clinically this diabetic adult was changed into a non-diabetic person with normal range of risk factors. Conclusion of present study is to introduce a novel and wellestablished exercise plan for diabetics and a non-drug treatment to achieve their health. The specificity of exercise plan is muscle groups weight training with specific loads and repetitions and diet plan with restricted sugar and high glycemic foods based on 2000 calories a day. Also there needs several researches to be assured such training methods have similar results among other clinically diabetics for both males and females.

Citation: Mahmoud A (2017) The Issue of Coincident Weight Gaining and Fat-Loss through Exercise and Diet Planning. Sports Nutr Ther 2: 125. Doi: 10.4172/2473-6449.1000125

Copyright: © 2017 Mahmoud A. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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