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A Novel Treatment Intervention for Improving Metabolism

2019-05-16 19:48:41 | BioPortfolio

Summary

Once written consent is obtained, the participant will be provided with an accelerometer to be worn for 7 days to assess current physical activity levels. Subjects will be provided with a standardized diet (55/15/30% CHO/PRO/FAT) prior to collection of pre-intervention data of insulin sensitivity. Individuals will then participate in an 8-week electrical stimulation intervention (30min/day, 3x/week) and randomized into placebo/control, NMES, resistance training combined with NMES (RT +NMES), or resistance training (RT) group (n=15 per group), followed by collection of post-intervention data. The control group will receive electrical stimulation up to sensory level, the NMES group will receive stimulation up to tolerable intensity to induce visible muscle contraction, the RT+ NMES will receive stimulation up to tolerable intensity during resistance training, and the RT group will only receive exercise training. Pre-and post-intervention data includes measurements for body composition, resting metabolic rate, VO2max, insulin sensitivity, and comprehensive blood work.

Study Design

Conditions

Obesity

Intervention

Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (Sensory), Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation, Resistance Training

Location

University of Texas at El Paso
El Paso
Texas
United States
79968

Status

Recruiting

Source

University of Texas, El Paso

Results (where available)

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