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Twenty resistance‐trained males completed a 6‐week monitored resistance training program while taking in a hypercaloric diet plan. Cross‐sectionally, relationships were observed between total DXA FM and complete subcutaneous tissue density. Longitudinally, a correlation was observed between overall DXA FM modifications and complete subcutaneous cells changes. Relationships of similar magnitudes were observed for the top body and trunk estimates, but DXA FM changes were unrelated to subcutaneous cells changes for the reduced body and arms. In recap, longitudinal associations between United States and DXA are weaker than cross‐sectional relationships; additionally, correlations in between United States subcutaneous cells and whole‐body DXA FM show up to be driven by the trunk area instead than appendages. Reporting raw skinfold thicknesses as opposed to FM estimates alone might enhance the energy of strategies based on subcutaneous tissue thickness, such as US and skinfolds.
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