2021
DOI: 10.1590/rbce.43.e007420
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Eliane Aragão da Silva,
Daniel Alvarez Pires

Abstract: ABSTRACT The study aimed to investigate the prevalence and effects of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) on the psychological factors of university students who do and do not participate in resistance training. The initial sample consisted of 81 participants, and the prevalence of PMS was 64.2%. Forty women diagnosed with PMS were divided into two groups: women who participated in (GP) and did not participate in (GNP) resistance training. The intergroup comparison showed significant differences (with higher scores in…

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