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1995) Fat-free mass is maintained in women following a moderate diet and exercise program.
BMI, body fat (whether expressed as a percentage of body mass or as kg of fat) and fat-free mass (FFM) all showed weak but statistically significant positive correlations with TEE (Table 3).
In the Muscatine Study of 124 children 8-12 years of age, fat-free mass and sum of skinfolds in the boys accounted for 50% and 15%, respectively, of variance in left ventricular mass (Janz et al.
Reduced bone mass and fat-free mass in women with multiple sclerosis: Effects of ambulatory status and glucocorticoid Use.
The main outcome measures were body mass index (BMI), fat and fat-free mass indices (FMI and FFMI), percent body fat, waist circumference, triceps and subscapular skinfold thicknesses, overweight and obesity, and whole-blood IGF-1.
There is an age-related reduction in fat-free mass in your body--which means a proportionate loss of this more metabolically active and energy-burning muscle tissue.
In 1 year, their fat-free mass increased by an average of 3.
However, resistance training improves muscular strength and endurance, enhances flexibility, changes body composition specially decreases fat-free mass, and decreases risk factors for cardiovascular disease, but few studies have reported changes in IAAT after resistance-exercise training (RT) (3).
Resistance training conserves fat-free mass and resting energy expenditure following weight loss.