Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 21st, 2001
The study found that after women did a series of resistance exercises involving weights, their bodies' energy expenditure was raised for up to two hours after the workout. Typically, exercises such as jogging or aerobics burn more calories during the workout but increase metabolism for less than an hour afterward.
Results were published in the June 2001 issue of Medicine, Science Sports and Exercise, a journal of...
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