EFFECT OF THE LIFE-BUILD-LINE EXERCISE ON MUSCLE STRENGTH CARDIORESPIRATORY ENDURANCE AND LIPID PROFILE IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE STAGE 3: A PILOT STUDY

Authors

  • Charee JANSUPOM Sport and Health Sciences Program, Faculty of Science and Liberal Arts Rajamangala University of Technology Isan, Thailand
  • Kanarat DEFOSSEZ
  • Narong JOMKOKKRUAD
  • Siripaisarn YIMPRASERT
  • Sawitree PAKKARATO
  • Pakpoom PHILUKE

Keywords:

Chronic kidney disease, Lift-build-line exercise, Muscle Strength, Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Lipid Profile

Abstract

     This study was a quasi-experimental research. The purpose was to compare the effects of life-build-line exercise on muscle strength, cardiovascular endurance, and lipid profile. All the subjects were diagnosed by physicians as stage 3 chronic kidney disease patients, consisting of eight subjects and divided into two groups.: the life-build-line exercise group (LBL) (n = 4, age: 58.33±4.73 years; glomerular filtration rate; eGFR = 51.23±4.76 ml/min/1.73m2) and the callisthenic exercise group (n = 4, age: 61.75±2.75 years; glomerular filtration rate; eGFR = 54.05±4.13 ml/min/1.73m2) performed for 50 minutes, 3 days a week for 12 weeks. The results of the study of life-build-line exercise showed that the life-build-line exercise group had a greater improvement in forearm muscle strength on the left hand by hand grip strength test than the callisthenic exercise group, which was statistically significant (p<0.05). The cardiorespiratory endurance of the 6-minute walk test and the lipid profiles of the two groups were not different. But it was found that after 12 weeks of training, the life-build-line exercise group tended to have better leg muscle strength cardiovascular endurance and lipid profile than the callisthenic exercise group. These findings indicate that life-builds-line exercise is appropriate and can improve forearm muscle strength in patients with chronic kidney disease stage 3.

(Journal of Sports Science and Technology 2023; 23 23(2):20-32)
(Received: 1 May 2023, Revised: 8 July 2023, Accepted: 13 July 2023)

* Corresponding Author: Pakpoom PHILUKE
Sport and Exercise Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology
Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University, THAILAND
Email: [email protected]

Author Biography

Pakpoom PHILUKE

Sport and Exercise Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology,
Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University, THAILAND

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