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*Dr. Dolan Das


Physical Activity have significant effect on the prevention, rather than on the treatment of obesity. It is one of the aspects of daily life that plays important role in primary and secondary prevention of many diseases. The benefits of regular physical activity improved function and improved quality of life. World Health Organization estimated that 3.2 million people die each year due to failure to engage in physical activity. An individual can accumulate daily physical activity through professional demands, transportation, household tasks, or engagement in leisure time physical activity (LTPA). Due to the substantial amount of time consigned to paid work in today’s society, an individual’s occupation likely has a strong influence on daily physical activity and Sedentary behaviours. Vigorous workers may be highly physically active during work, and highly sedentary during leisure. Sedentary lifestyle and physical inactivity, either individually or in combination, are known precursors of atherogenic risks. The present study was aimed to investigate the relationship of anthropometric variables to assess physical activity with random blood glucose in sedentary and vigorous workers in a feed factory. It was observed that BMI, BSA, WHR, WHtR, MUAC and BF% were lower in vigorous workers compared to those in the sedentary group. Blood pressure was remain unchanged in both the group but heart rate was significantly higher in vigorous group compared to sedentary group of workers. Results showed that vigorous workers are more physically active than the sedentary group of workers and it may be concluded that sedentary workers are more prone to cardiovascular risk factors than the vigorous workers.

Keywords: Physical activity, Vigorous workers, Sedentary workers, Body fat percentage, Body mass index, Body surface area.

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