High Intensity Exercise said to Curb Appetite
We are all very much aware of the benefits of exercise, not only for weight loss, but for overall health and wellbeing. Any introduction of exercise to your daily routine will provide both weight loss and health benefits, but if you are already exercise on a regular basis , you may† wonder what more you can do to increase weight loss and further improve overall health.
Recent research suggests that high intensity exercise may increase weight loss by suppressing appetite post exercise. Investigations found that people who perform interval training, consisting of short burst of high intensity with short stints of lower intensity, ate less and were less hungry post exercise compared to those who performed longer sessions of medium intensity such as jogging.
Researchers believe this suppression of appetite is related to changes in hormones released during high intensity exercise. Further research is required, but information such as this may help individuals better tailor their exercise routines to enhance weight loss and obtain greater health benefits.
If you havenít yet begun an exercise program, high intensity exercise may seem a little daunting. Start simple and gradually increase exercise time and intensity. Take a look at the Perth Diet Clinic website for some great articles on exercise, including a basic gym workout for those just getting started.
Added to site on : Tuesday, 4 February 2014