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  • The Truth About Exercise

    Very much worth watching.

    Looks at Genetic testing to show who is an exercise "non responder" vs "super responder" in the future could be very helpful to help people really personalize their exercise program, looking at HIIT (where 3 minutes PER WEEK is all you need to get the same benefits as hours per week...) , and other topics of interest are covered in this BBC special.

    Tons of good info. Where this show completely missed the boat is no discussion on the benefits of resistance training vs traditional aerobics for weight loss, impact on metabolism, preservation of LBM, etc.

    That's my only major criticism.

    "Join British journalist and physician Michael Mosley on his journey to uncover the truth about exercise. Mosley reveals the latest scientific discoveries about how our bodies respond to a workout and why individuals respond differently."

    http://video.pbs.org/video/2364989581/
    - Will

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    Good stuff in that program, Will.
    Makes one think a bit more about fat.
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      thank youuuuu

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      • #4
        Another great post by WillBrink.
        I think most people would benefit from exercising at least 15 minutes per day,
        but any is much better than none.
        Last edited by Monty Ealerman; 02-09-2017, 05:26 PM.

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        • #5
          I exercised once. It was pretty cool.

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