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ISSN: 2332-0915


Comparison Of Glycemic Behavior Between Strength Training, High Intensity Resistance Training (Hirt), High Intensity Interval Training (Hiit): A Case Study

Kamila Silva Arão, Lucas Carlos Gonçalves, Marcelo Henrique Silva, Camila Simões Seguro, Naiany Pereira Silva, Vitor Alves Marques

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (DM 2) is generally a defect in insulin action and secretion and in the regulation of hepatic glucose production. Exercise to treat type 2 diabetes has had positive impacts on the lives of diabetics. The aim of this study is to analyze the effects of the glycemic curve in three different types of training: Strength Training (TF), High Intensity Resistance Training (HIRT) and Interval High Intensity Training (HIIT). The participantis a 57yearold, sedentary type 2 diabetic who under went the training method - Strength Training (ST) 60% of repetition maximum (RM), 8 to 12 repetitions, cadence 2010, the 2-minute restinterval. High Intensity Resistance Training (HIRT)protocol consisted of three sets with six repetitions at 80% of 1RM followed by rest for 20 seconds, the individual performs another series with the same load until reaching the point of failure again. The rest of one exercises and another is 2’30” , and High IntensityInterval Training (HIIT) a 5-minute warm-upmoderateload – 4 shots of 30 secondsof high intensity duration separated by 4 minutes of rest, once a week at night. Pre-study anamnesis, pre- and post-exercise glycemia were performed.The overall results were satisfactory presenting HIIT as the most effective method for acute post-exercise blood glucose reduction (reducing 29.62%, 34.25%, 38.89 and 36.11% immediatelyat 10, 20, 30 minutes afterexertionrespectively).It was concluded that physical training positively influenced the reduction of blood glucose as an acute effect, but HIIT was the most effective method.