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Figure 4: Body composition lean and fat mass differentials. (a) Whole body differential. Lean mass (kg) gained and fat mass (kg) lost was used to calculate a whole-body differential to quantify overall body composition changes in response to 4.5 wks of cycling exercise training. (LM) − (FM) = differential. Example: (0.900 kg lean mass) − (−0.350 kg fat mass) = 1.250 kg. (b) Lean and fat mass differential for the legs. (c) Lean and fat mass differential for the trunk region. Values are mean ± SE. Significant treatment differences: §, CM versus CHO ( ).