Friday, November 15, 2013

The Major Exercise Mistake I Made for Over 30 Years…


A recent study shows that ten minutes of brisk exercise triggers metabolic changes that last at least an hour. What’s more, the more fit you are, the more benefits you will get.

Researchers measured biochemical changes in the blood of a variety of people. Metabolic changes that began after 10 minutes on a treadmill still were measurable 60 minutes after people cooled down.

According to USA Today:
“Checking a metabolite of fat breakdown, the team found people who were more fit — as measured by oxygen intake during exercise — appeared to be burning more fat than the less fit … The extremely fit — 25 Boston Marathon runners — had ten-fold increases in that metabolite after the race.”
However, there’s more to exercise than what this study presents.

Knowing what type of exercise creates the greatest beneficial biochemical changes can make a huge difference in your health.

The science of exercise has come a long way over the past decades. We’re constantly discovering new information and details about how exercise creates the health benefits we typically associate with it, and more importantly, how we can exercise more efficiently and effectively to maximize results.

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