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Exercise Effects on Menopausal Risk Factors of Early Postmenopausal Women: 3-yr Erlangen Fitness Osteoporosis Prevention Study Results
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise
Purpose: To determine the impact of multipurpose exercise training on bone, body composition, blood lipids, physical fitness, and menopausal symptoms in early postmenopausal women with osteopenia. Methods: Forty-eight fully compliant (more than two sessions per week for 38 months) women (55.1 Ϯ 3.3 yr) without any medication or illness affecting bone metabolism took part in the exercise training (EG); 30 women (55.5 Ϯ 3.0 yr) served as the nontraining control group (CG). Both groups weredoi:10.1249/01.mss.0000152678.20239.76 pmid:15692313 fatcat:gguwivwdbrgz7exiprneqa3qxy