Individual responsiveness to exercise-induced fat loss is associated with change in resting substrate utilization

@inproceedings{Barwell2009IndividualRT,
  title={Individual responsiveness to exercise-induced fat loss is associated with change in resting substrate utilization},
  author={Nicholas D. Barwell and Dalia Malkova and Melanie Leggate and Jason M. R. Gill},
  booktitle={Metabolism: clinical and experimental},
  year={2009}
}
Fat loss in response to exercise training varies between individuals, even when differences in compliance to the exercise program are accounted for. The purpose of this study was to investigate whether individual variation in change in fasting respiratory quotient (RQ) after exercise training contributes to this interindividual variability. Fifty-five premenopausal women participated in a 7-week endurance-type exercise training program; and fitness, body composition, and resting substrate… CONTINUE READING
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