Exercise intensity does not effect body composition change in untrained, moderately overfat women.

@article{Grediagin1995ExerciseID,
  title={Exercise intensity does not effect body composition change in untrained, moderately overfat women.},
  author={A Grediagin and Marisue Cody and Jan Rupp and Dan Benardot and R. Shern},
  journal={Journal of the American Dietetic Association},
  year={1995},
  volume={95 6},
  pages={661-5}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether exercise intensity effects a change in body composition. DESIGN/SUBJECTS Twelve untrained, moderately overfat, weight-stable women were randomly assigned to a high-intensity (80% VO2max) or low-intensity (50% VO2max) exercise group. Subjects trained four times per week for 12 weeks in monitored sessions, with a duration sufficient to expend 300 kcal. During this time, subjects were instructed to maintain their normal diet and activity patterns. OUTCOME… CONTINUE READING
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