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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 3: Association between exercise characteristics and net change of HDL-C. (a) Exercise length (weeks). (b) Frequency, sessions/week. (c) Duration, min/session. (d) Total minutes. This result shows exercise was best predictor of an increase in HDL-C level. Each trial was weighted by the inverse of the sample size of each exercise group. The circles represent each study. P < 0.05 is regarded as significance. The calculation of net change in HDL was the same with Figure 2. HDL-C = High-density lipoprotein cholesterol

Figure 3: Association between exercise characteristics and net change of HDL-C. (a) Exercise length (weeks). (b) Frequency, sessions/week. (c) Duration, min/session. (d) Total minutes. This result shows exercise was best predictor of an increase in HDL-C level. Each trial was weighted by the inverse of the sample size of each exercise group. The circles represent each study. <i>P</i> < 0.05 is regarded as significance. The calculation of net change in HDL was the same with Figure 2. HDL-C = High-density lipoprotein cholesterol