Effect Analysis of Regular Exercise Routine on Catla Catla with the Help of Metabolites Level in Serum
The present study was focused on comparing the effect of non-intense exercise routines with normal swimming routine among fishes. To find out the comparison, serum metabolites of minerals, enzymes, nitrogenous substance, and lipids were selected between two groups of fresh water fish as trained and control group. Due to the regular non-intense exercise routine, some alterations in serum metabolites were reported. High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) showed notable change due to the routine, whereas minor fluctuations were recorded in Low-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) content due to the absence of strength exercise routine. Hepatic and bile activities were reported normal as a minor fluctuation of AST and ALT recorded. A comparative study of lipid metabolite concentration showed noticeable changes in triacylglycerols. In mineral metabolites absence of remarkable fluctuation recorded may be due to age-related changes during the training routine. The comparative study may conclude that non-strength regular workout routine in fresh water fishes may moderate some moderate metabolic alterations.