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Background: Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a common endocrine disorder in women of reproductive age, which is often associated with insulin resistance and obesity. This study focuses on effects of combined exercises training in a short period of time as a structured exercise program in women, diagnosed with polycystic ovaries. Aim: to evaluate the effectiveness of short term structured exercise on anthropometric and cardiovascular parameters in obese women with a diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome Study Setting and Design: Experimental study on convenient sample selection, vinayaga mission hospital. Materials and Methods: total 30 samples (Training group 15, control group 15). Training group received structured exercise program (8weeks) and lifestyle modification advices, and the control group lifestyle modification. Anthropometric and cardiovascular parameters were evaluated during pre and post study period of 8 weeks. Statistical Analysis used: SPSS Software. Results and Conclusion: Following 8 weeks of exercise, the training group consumed significantly higher oxygen and improved their quality of life with PCOS significantly. The corresponding values of the control group did not vary significantly in the 8 weeks experiment. Thus, a short-term regular physical activity can improve anthropometric and cardiovascular parameters in obese women with polycystic ovary syndrome.