Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Break Exercise and You Gain Difficult Weight

If you want to lose weight, avoid seasonal and interrupted patterns.
In this study, it was found that people who break exercise can not lose the same weight gained during exercise layoff by simply resuming the same exercise regimen.

If you decrease running distance from 5 to zero miles per week, you gain 4 times as much weight as one who decreased running distance from 25 to 20 miles per week, and if you want to lose this gained amount after exercise interruption, your running should exceed 20 miles per week.

If you include exercise in your weight loss plan, you should be consistent and never stop exercise to keep maintaining your weight.

Read the details...
Irregular Exercise Pattern May Add Pounds

Source : Science Daily

Medicine&Science in Sports and Exercise