Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 7th, 2000
Until now, exercise that raises a girl's heart rate from between 140 to 160 beats a minute was considered sufficient. However, research by James Pivarnik, professor of kinesiology and osteopathic surgical specialties, and Karin Allor, a graduate student in kinesiology, found that even at 160, most girls were not using as much energy as previously thought.
The research is published in the August 2000 issue of...
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