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Objective: To test the hypothesis that 55–70 y old male longterm exercisers (LE) have higher resting metabolic rates (RMR) than longterm nonexercisers (LNE).Design: A power analysis demonstrated that… (More)
Objective: To examine the hypothesis that detraining decreases the resting metabolic rate (RMR) of long-term exercisers.Design: Eight pairs of subjects were matched for age, mass and training volume.… (More)