hs-CRP change in males as a function of training module and baseline inflammation. The effect of baseline hs-CRP concentration in males is illustrated through model predictions of hs-CRP change for low, medium, or high baseline concentration (25th, 50th, and 75th percentile of the sample population). (A) estimated average change per module for low baseline hs-CRP levels. (B,C) estimated average change per module, and change per module and time point, for medium and high baseline hs-CPR, repectively. Error bars represent + /− 1 SEM; Δhs-CRP, change in ln-transformed high sensitive C-reactive protein; BL, baseline [inflammation]; NT, no training; Pr, Presence; Pe, Perspective; Af, Affect; °, trend at 0.05 < p < = 0.1; *significant at p < = 0.05; **significant at p < = 0.01; ***significant at p < = 0.001.