Article on Reality of 80% Dieting and 20% Excercise

Praveen Budhrani
Praveen Budhrani

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Fitness Myths

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Published original research from January 1980-April 2013 Published in English or translation of article available Utilized only human participants with reported average age for volunteers ranging from 18 and 65 years of age during the duration for the experiment Study population was either identified as either “overweight” or “obese” by authors or was indicated within the study as meeting at least 1 of the classification metrics for being overweight or obese (i.e. BMI > 25 kg/m3 or WHO levels of %BF for classification based on age and gender) Studies compared at least two conditions (either within subject cross-over design or comparison to a control or basal/baseline) and involved random assignment to training group(s) or control and to the order or method of training Study designs examined chronic adaptations (i.e. multiple training sessions, or interventions lasting at least 4 weeks in duration) Main purpose was to examine hormonal or cellular responses to exercise or diet Main purpose was to examine changes in body mass in response to exercise or diet Main purpose was to examine chronic responses to either exercise modes (e.g., resistance exercise or endurance exercise), hypocaloric diet, or combination of one of the exercise modes with hypocaloric diet, or combination of both exercise modes with hypocaloric diet. #fittr #fittrcoach

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