How much do you have to exercise to improve your endurance and aerobic fitness?

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More about reducing your risk of dying.

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
A Canadian study supports this where the researchers concluded that physical inactivity and a high waist circumference have a significant independent risk of premature mortality among women (Katzmarzyk PT, Craig CL, 2006). The participants of this study were all women, but other research has shown that this also works for...
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Want to reduce your risk of dying?

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High intensity training proven to be superior

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
Exercise has been documented to have a profound effect on the body in many ways. One of the things exercise can alter is certain hormones. In the reviewed research, the investigators evaluated the hormone adiponectin in response to 2 different training programs (Shing CM, et al. 2013). Body composition, power...
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Is extreme endurance training and competitions like marathons healthy?

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Be more active and keep more of your brain.

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Physical activity, weight gain and breast cancer risk.

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Interesting results comparing sprint interval running with continuous running.

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Research shows surprising results regarding exercise and muscle building.

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Is more exercise better for fat loss?

Exercise is a necessity if you want to stay healthy, but how effective is it for losing weight if that is the only thing you change, and for how long do you have to exercise? The reviewed research was an attempt to clarify that, and you may find the results...
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Does exercise affect inflammation?

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
The research reviewed here investigated the effect of 2 types of exercises involving participants with the metabolic syndrome (Stensvold D, et al. 2012). The metabolic syndrome is associated with chronic low grade inflammation. Several inflammatory cytokines were measured including interleukin-18 (IL-18) which seems to be the best marker of inflammation...
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What you do can have a big impact on your eye sight as you get older.

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
Losing our eye sight is not an attractive option, but there are a lot of things you can do to increase your odds of seeing well as you get older. Researchers who conducted the study reviewed here examined the risk for developing age related macular degeneration in women aged 55...
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Smaller waist and impressive health benefits from minutes of exercise instead of hours.

Posted by:  Didrik Sopler
In the last few years quite a few studies have been published on the benefits of high intensity short interval training. The research reviewed here investigated the effects of very high intensity sprint interval training on metabolic and vascular risk factors in overweight/obese sedentary men (Whyte LJ, et al. 2010)....
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