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Figure 6. Change in waist circumference for each group with (diagonal striped) and without (open) adjustment for change in weight.. From: Changes in Weight, Waist Circumference and Compensatory Responses with Different Doses of Exercise among Sedentary, Overweight Postmenopausal Women.

The change in waist circumference was significantly different from control for each exercise groups in both analyses. All values adjusted for age and ethnicity. Error bars in the top panel represent 95 percent confidence intervals.

Timothy S. Church, et al. PLoS ONE. 2009;4(2):e4515.
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Figure 3. Actual weight loss (white bars) and predicted weight loss (black bars) for each study group.. From: Changes in Weight, Waist Circumference and Compensatory Responses with Different Doses of Exercise among Sedentary, Overweight Postmenopausal Women.

Actual weight loss was adjusted for age, baseline weight and ethnicity. Predicted weight loss represents caloric expenditure from supervised exercise divided by 7700 kcal/kg. Error bars represent 95 percent confidence intervals.

Timothy S. Church, et al. PLoS ONE. 2009;4(2):e4515.
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Figure 4. The top panel depicts weight compensation (actual weight loss minus predicted weight loss) across exercise groups.. From: Changes in Weight, Waist Circumference and Compensatory Responses with Different Doses of Exercise among Sedentary, Overweight Postmenopausal Women.

The middle panel depicts the prevalence of compensation across exercise groups and the lower panel presents the percent of predicted weight loss for each exercise group. All values adjusted for age and ethnicity. Error bars in the top panel represent 95 percent confidence intervals.

Timothy S. Church, et al. PLoS ONE. 2009;4(2):e4515.
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Figure 7. Changes in waist circumference within stratifications of weight compensation and weight loss with the all data from the exercise groups combined.. From: Changes in Weight, Waist Circumference and Compensatory Responses with Different Doses of Exercise among Sedentary, Overweight Postmenopausal Women.

The set of bars to the left represent change in waist circumference with categorization by weight compensation (yes/no) and set of bars to the right represent categorization by weight loss (yes/no). All values adjusted for age and ethnicity. Error bars in the top panel represent 95 percent confidence intervals.

Timothy S. Church, et al. PLoS ONE. 2009;4(2):e4515.
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Figure 5. Predicted weight loss and actual weight loss are presented in the left column while compensation is presented in the right column for each exercise group during weeks 1 through 23 of the intervention period.. From: Changes in Weight, Waist Circumference and Compensatory Responses with Different Doses of Exercise among Sedentary, Overweight Postmenopausal Women.

This analysis was limited to individuals with at least 19 weeks with recorded weights and for missing values the weight from the previous week was carried forward. This resulted in 132, 84 and 87 participants used in the analysis for the 4, 8 and 12 KKW groups, respectively. It should be noted that exercise during week's 1–4 for the 8 KKW group and weeks 1–8 for the 12 KKW group were not performed at the full dose as these weeks were part of the exercise dose ramping phase. For compensation, statistical deviation from zero for each week was tested using ANOVAs with adjustment for multiple comparisons.

Timothy S. Church, et al. PLoS ONE. 2009;4(2):e4515.

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