Menopause and aging are associated with a gradual increase in systolic blood pressure. Poor eating habits through food containing fructose, have also been related to alterations in the cardiovascular system; however, there are few studies available in the literature relating exercise training (ET), menopause, aging and metabolic syndrome. The aim of the present study was to investigate the effects of ET in ovarian hormone deprivation and/or fructose consumption in old Wistar rats. Female Wistar rats (24 months old) were ovariectomized, fed with fructose (100g/L in drinking water) or normal water, and submitted to an ET protocol in treadmill (1 h/day; 5 days/wk for 8 wk, ~ 40-60% of maximum test) or kept sedentary. The groups were: ovariectomized (O, n= 8), ovariectomized trained (OT, n= 8), ovariectomized fructose (OF, n= 8) and ovariectomized fructose trained (OFT, n= 8). Glycemia, triglycerides, adipose tissue, insulin resistance, physical capacity and blood pressure (BP) were evaluated at the end of the protocol. While the glycemia values remained within the normal range (O:90.1±7.; OT:85.2±2; OF:86±2; OFT:80.6±3 mg/dl) and the triglycerides values were increased in OF group (OF:182±20 vs. O:140.3±9; OT:143.5±7;; OFT:140 ±12 mg/dl). The physical capacity was increased in both OFT (1.8±0.1 Km/h) and OF (1.6±0.07 Km/h) when compared with sedentary peers (O:1.1±0.05; OF: 1.1±0.05 Km/h). The metabolic results showed that ET decreased the adipose tissue in (OT: 6.7±0.9 and OFT: 5.28±0.6 vs. OF: 10.07±0.6 g), and insulin resistance (OT:4.8±0.2 and OFT: 5.0±0.2 vs. OF: 3.2±0.6 mg/dl/%). No differences were observed in O group (O: 6.5±0.8g and 4.5±0.2 mg/dl/min). Finally, ET attenuated the increase in mean BP in both OT and OFT rats (O:119±2; OT 110±2; OF:119±2; OFT: 107±1 mmHg). The same behavior was observed in systolic BP (O:142±2; OT 127±2; OF:143±2; OFT: 129±1 mmHg) and diastolic BP (O:100±2; OT 92±2; OF:98±2; OFT: 89±1 mmHg). In conclusion, low to moderate aerobic ET can attenuate the deleterious effects of ovarian hormone deprivation, and/or fructose consumption, especially the blood pressure increase in old female Wistar rats.