Alterations in resting metabolic rate as a consequence of 20 wk of endurance training: the HERITAGE Family Study.

@article{Wilmore1998AlterationsIR,
  title={Alterations in resting metabolic rate as a consequence of 20 wk of endurance training: the HERITAGE Family Study.},
  author={Jack H. Wilmore and Philip R Stanforth and Lee Hudspeth and Jacques Gagnon and Ellie Daw and Arthur S. Leon and D. Chandrasekhra Rao and James S. Skinner and Claude Bouchard},
  journal={The American journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={1998},
  volume={68 1},
  pages={66-71}
}
This study determined the effects of endurance exercise training on the resting metabolic rate (RMR). It was hypothesized that the RMR would be increased posttraining, but that this increase would reflect the influence of the last exercise bout, not a chronic adaptation to exercise training. Seventy-four subjects (40 men and 37 women) aged 17-63 y participated in a 20-wk endurance training program. RMR and maximal oxygen uptake (VO2max) were each measured on 2 separate days both pre- and… CONTINUE READING

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