Recreationally active people improved aerobic and exercise capacity by 15 to 20 percent, glycogen storage by 28 percent and mitochondrial enzyme levels by 38 percent in only a few weeks of training.
Aaron Sim and colleagues from the University of Western Australia found that HIIT practiced for 12 weeks reduced appetite in overweight, inactive men better than continuous exercise.
Exercising following an overnight fast will burn more fat than exercising after breakfast, according to Korean researchers.
An important study led by Gary Hunter from the University of Alabama at Birmingham showed that aerobic or resistance exercise helps maintain metabolic rate after weight loss.
The results of a study led by Brad Schoenfeld from CUNY Lehman College in New York suggest that high-load training produces greater strength than low-load training, and both methods build muscle mass equally.
Exercise is the most important way of improving metabolic health. Trying to lose weight through caloric restriction alone is counterproductive for long-term health, appearance and longevity.
Australian researchers Daniel Hackett and Theban Amirthalingam explained how forced reps could take athletes to the next level of intensity in their programs. The technique involves assistance with additional reps after the lifter has reached momentary muscular failure.
Resting two minutes between sets produces the most time-efficient results when benching heavy, but longer rest periods will make you feel better.
Ice reduces bleeding, but it also decreases inflammation, angiogenesis (new blood vessel formation) and release of tissue growth factors.
Canadian researchers determined that six sessions of high-intensity interval training on a stationary bike increased muscle oxidative capacity by almost 50 percent, muscle glycogen by 20 percent and cycle endurance capacity by 100 perce
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