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Exercise and Insulin Resistance

Bollinger, Lance MA, CES, CSCS1; LaFontaine, Tom PhD, ACSM-RCEP, NSCA-CPT2

Section Editor(s): Ronai, Peter MS, CSCS*D, NSCA-CPT*D, ACSM

Strength & Conditioning Journal: October 2011 - Volume 33 - Issue 5 - p 40-43
doi: 10.1519/SSC.0b013e31822599e2
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INSULIN RESISTANCE (IR) IS A GROWING PROBLEM IN THE UNITED STATES. EXERCISE IS AN EFFECTIVE TREATMENT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF IR THROUGH ENHANCED INSULIN SENSITIVITY, INCREASED SKELETAL MUSCLE GLUCOSE UPTAKE, AND IMPROVED B-CELL FUNCTION. ADDITIONALLY, EXERCISE MAY POSITIVELY MODIFY COMORBIDITIES OFTEN ASSOCIATED WITH IR.

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1Department of Kinesiology, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina; and 2Optimus: The Center for Health, Columbia, Missouri

Lance Bollinger is a doctorial student in Bioenergetics and Exercise Science at East Carolina University.

Tom LaFontaine manages PREVENT Consulting Services and Optimus: The Center for Health and is an adjunct professor at the University of Missouri.

© 2011 National Strength and Conditioning Association