Monday, November 19, 2012

FROM A MAN’S VIEWPOINT WHY EXERCISE ALONE DOESN’T WORK

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What can you expect from an eat-less-and-exercise combination? According to a 2004 study performed in Australia, a lot. Researchers assigned sixty nonsmoking overweight  men between the ages of twenty and fifty to four groups: one was on a reduced-calorie diet and engaged in light exercise three times per week; a second was on a reduced-calorie diet and engaged in vigorous exercise three times per week; the third engaged in light exercise only; and the fourth engaged in vigorous exercise only.
The men who restricted their eating and exercised three times a week for 16 weeks lost an average of 22 pounds and showed improvements in their blood sugar and insulin levels, whereas those in the exercise-only  groups lost only 1 to 3 pounds. Interestingly, the weight-loss difference between the light and vigor- ous exercise groups was only a couple of pounds. The men in the vig- orous exercise groups experienced improvement in their blood sugar levels, with the effect being greater when the exercise was coupled with the reduced-calorie diet.
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