A Comparison the Effects of one Session Moderate Aerobic Exercise on the Blood Coagulation Markers Response of Active and Inactive Young Women

Document Type : Research Paper


1 Assistant Professor of exercise Physiology, Faculty of physical education and Sport Sciences, Shahid Bahonor University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran

2 MS in Exercise Physiology, Faculty of physical education and Sport Sciences, Shahid Bahonor University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran

3 Assistant Professor of Pathology, Faculty of Medicine, Medical Sciences University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran

4 Assistant Professor of physical Education, Faculty of physical education and Sport Sciences, Shahid Bahonor University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran


Hemostasis disequilibrium is one of the coronary risk factor diseases. According to the effects of physical capacity on coagulation system, therefore, the aim of this study was to determine and compare coagulation markers responses to a moderate aerobic exercise in active and inactive young girls.
Materials and Methods
The present study enrolled on 22 volunteer girls students (11: active and 11: inactive) who were 21-24 years old. Inactive subjects did not perform any regular exercise during 1one year ago; on the other hand, active subjects had regular sport activity in past four years. Current protocol was 30 minutes running with 75-70% intensity of maximal heart rate reserve in two groups. For checking the response of coagulation factors, blood sampling conducted in 3 different times (before, immediately and 30 minutes after the running) in all subjects. Independent T-test conducted for statistical analysis at level p≥0/05.
After moderate exercise session, the PT of active subjects (11.45±0.47) was significantly more than inactive subjects (11.05±0.43) (p=0/0050). On the other hand, there was no significant difference between the degree of PLT, MPV (p=0.14 0), aPTT (p=0. 082), fibrinogen (p=0.59), and factor VIII (p=0.694) in active and inactive subjects, respectively.
The Level of physical fitness effects on some of blood coagulation factors responses, so that reaction time, the amplitude response to exercise, and recovery could be different in the active and inactive young girls.


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