Effects of a 12-week physical training program and nutrition plan on the body composition of overweight police trainers

Aleksandar Cvorovic, Rob Marc Orr, Novak Bacetic

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Introduction: Although the daily tasks of police officers are mostly sedentary, optimal body composition and physical abilities are important for the occasional high intensity task duties that may occur and for general health. However, the nature of policing (e.g. shift work, long work hours) may negatively impact an officer’s body weight and physical activity patterns and is therefore associated with increased health risks. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of a 12-week physical training program and a caloric deficit nutritional plan on police trainees.Methods: Fifty-five (n = 55) male trainees (mean age = 28.51 ± 5.26 years, mean body height (BH) = 174.58 ± 5.79 cm, mean body mass (BM) = 97.67 ± 11.21 kg) were included in this analysis. A 12-week physical training and nutrition plan was implemented for the police trainees during their professional postgraduate education at the Abu Dhabi Police College. The physical training program consisted of 12 hours per week during the first six weeks and nine hours per week during the second six weeks. The nutritional plan consisted of six weeks in controlled caloric conditions (caloric deficit 500 Kcal) and six weeks in partially controlled conditions (no insights on food intake over the weekend). A body composition analyser (InBody 370) measured body mass index (BMI), body fat percentage (PBF), and skeletal muscle mass percentage (PSSM). A paired sample T-test, and effect size (Cohen’s d) with percentage differences (%) were used to evaluate the training effects and magnitude of training and nutrition plan changes. Significance was set at p = 0.05 a priori.Results:At the end of the 12-week program trainees significantly reduced BM (t(54) = 24.77, p < 0.001, d = 3.34, 11.45%), BMI (t(54) = 23.28, p < 0.001, d = 3.14, 11.68 %) and PBF (t(54) = 22.53, p < 0.001, d = 3.04, 20.70%), while significantly increased the PSMM (t(54) = 21.98, p = 0.001, d = 2.96, 9.88%).Conclusion:A dedicated 12-week physical training program with a caloric controlled nutritional plan can lead to significant improvements in the body composition of overweight police trainees and reduce their associated health risks.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Scientific Conference "Archibald Reiss Days" Thematic Conference Proceedings of International Significance
EditorsDarko Simovic
Place of PublicationBelgrade
PublisherAcademy of Criminalistic and Police Studies
Pages49-59
Number of pages11
VolumeII
ISBN (Print)978-86-7020-405-8, 978-86-7020-190-3
Publication statusPublished - 2018
EventVIII International Scientific Conference " Archibald Reiss Days" - Belgrade, Serbia
Duration: 2 Oct 20183 Oct 2018
Conference number: 8th
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ConferenceVIII International Scientific Conference " Archibald Reiss Days"
CountrySerbia
CityBelgrade
Period2/10/183/10/18
OtherThe International Scientific Meeting Archiebald Reiss Days was organized for the eighth time in a row, in cooperation with the Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development. The gathering was held in the period from 2-3.10.2018. at the premises of the Criminal Police Academy. 80 works were presented at the event, whose authors are representatives of domestic and foreign institutions of higher education, ministries, and other organizations dealing with rights, security, criminalistics, forensics, IT and other fields in the field of national security and police work. The thematic collection of papers contains 92 papers, printed in CD edition.

Reiss 2018 Conference Topics:

Social, Economic and Political Factors of Crime

Criminalistic and Criminal Justice Aspects in Solving and Proving of Criminal Offences

Police Organization – Structure, Functioning and Human Resources

Contemporary Security Challenges

Cyber crimes and IT Security

Innovative Methods in Forensic Science

Forensic Linguistics and Language for Specific Purposes
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Police
Body Composition
Education
Health
Body Mass Index
United Arab Emirates
Professional Education
Body Height
Adipose Tissue
Skeletal Muscle
Eating
Body Weight
Exercise

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Cvorovic, A., Orr, R. M., & Bacetic, N. (2018). Effects of a 12-week physical training program and nutrition plan on the body composition of overweight police trainers. In D. Simovic (Ed.), International Scientific Conference "Archibald Reiss Days" Thematic Conference Proceedings of International Significance (Vol. II, pp. 49-59). Belgrade: Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies.
Cvorovic, Aleksandar ; Orr, Rob Marc ; Bacetic, Novak. / Effects of a 12-week physical training program and nutrition plan on the body composition of overweight police trainers. International Scientific Conference "Archibald Reiss Days" Thematic Conference Proceedings of International Significance . editor / Darko Simovic. Vol. II Belgrade : Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies, 2018. pp. 49-59
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Cvorovic, A, Orr, RM & Bacetic, N 2018, Effects of a 12-week physical training program and nutrition plan on the body composition of overweight police trainers. in D Simovic (ed.), International Scientific Conference "Archibald Reiss Days" Thematic Conference Proceedings of International Significance . vol. II, Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies, Belgrade, pp. 49-59, VIII International Scientific Conference " Archibald Reiss Days", Belgrade, Serbia, 2/10/18.

Effects of a 12-week physical training program and nutrition plan on the body composition of overweight police trainers. / Cvorovic, Aleksandar ; Orr, Rob Marc; Bacetic, Novak.

International Scientific Conference "Archibald Reiss Days" Thematic Conference Proceedings of International Significance . ed. / Darko Simovic. Vol. II Belgrade : Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies, 2018. p. 49-59.

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Cvorovic A, Orr RM, Bacetic N. Effects of a 12-week physical training program and nutrition plan on the body composition of overweight police trainers. In Simovic D, editor, International Scientific Conference "Archibald Reiss Days" Thematic Conference Proceedings of International Significance . Vol. II. Belgrade: Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies. 2018. p. 49-59