Exercise and increase your energy

The New Reasons To Exercise (series)


In a report published in June men who cycled for 20 minutes experienced a 166% increase in self-reported energy levels, compared with a 15% increase when they sat and did nothing for the same amount of time.  The study size was small, but it’s not the first to suggest exercise as a drug-free way to alleviate symptoms of fatigue.  “If people need a reason to work out, the energy boost is a worthwhile one,” says study author Patrick J. O’Connor of the department of kinesiology at the University of Georgia.

   By Alexandra Sifferlin (sourced from Time Magazine 29th Aug 16)

Exercise for more output

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