Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, June 11th, 2007
The study compared the response to a supervised upper arm, unilateral resistance training program in healthy, young adults who are overweight or obese to the response of normal weight adults. The study determined that peak muscle strength gains in people who are overweight and obese are significantly weakened when compared to that of normal weight people; therefore, resistance training programs for adults who are overweight or obese need to be altered to counteract...
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