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Try These #Fitness Breakthroughs

Try These #Fitness Breakthroughs | Sports Magazine: Suttmiller, L. | Scoop.it

"Working out benefits all muscles, including your heart: Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise reports that both high-intensity interval training (HIIT)—short bursts of all-out effort, like battling-rope slams (shown), alternated with periods of lighter work or rest—and weight training improve insulin sensitivity while also reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. If you’re already lifting, throw some HIIT into your workouts; you might just enjoy it!"

 

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Women missing out on exercise - ScienceAlert

Women missing out on exercise - ScienceAlert | Sports Magazine: Suttmiller, L. | Scoop.it
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Women missing out on exercise
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Women are missing out on exercise opportunities but are more inclined to want to exercise than men, a new survey shows.
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Exercise for depression: Some benefits but better trials are needed - Science Codex

Exercise for depression: Some benefits but better trials are needed - Science Codex | Sports Magazine: Suttmiller, L. | Scoop.it
Exercise for depression: Some benefits but better trials are needed
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Exercise may benefit people suffering from depression, according to an updated systematic review published in The Cochrane Library.
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How Exercise Can Help Us Eat Less

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Strenuous exercise seems to dull the urge to eat afterward better than gentler workouts, several new studies show, adding to a growing body of science suggesting that intense exercise may have unique benefits.

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Exercise key to long, happy life - ScienceAlert

Exercise key to long, happy life - ScienceAlert | Sports Magazine: Suttmiller, L. | Scoop.it
Exercise key to long, happy life ScienceAlert Professor Almeida, Winthrop Chair of Geriatric Psychiatry at UWA's School of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, said the study also showed it was never too late to take up regular exercise, with...
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