Effect of a three-day interruption of exercise-training on resting metabolic rate and glucose-induced thermogenesis in training individuals.

@article{Tremblay1988EffectOA,
  title={Effect of a three-day interruption of exercise-training on resting metabolic rate and glucose-induced thermogenesis in training individuals.},
  author={Angelo Tremblay and Andr{\'e} Kurmann Nicolas Petrosky - Nadeau and G{\'e}rard Fournier and Claude Bouchard},
  journal={International journal of obesity},
  year={1988},
  volume={12 2},
  pages={163-8}
}
Exercise-training has been shown to influence resting components of energy expenditure in lean and obese individuals. Moreover, experimental data suggest that the effect of training on these components could represent an acute effect of exercise. In this regard, the present study was undertaken to determine whether resting metabolic rate (RMR) and glucose-induced thermogenesis (GIT) could be modified depending on the delay elapsing between the last exercise session of a training program and… CONTINUE READING