Intermittent versus continuous exercise: effects of perceptually lower exercise in obese women.

@article{Coquart2008IntermittentVC,
  title={Intermittent versus continuous exercise: effects of perceptually lower exercise in obese women.},
  author={J{\'e}r{\'e}my Coquart and Christine Lemaire and Alain-Eric Dubart and David-Pol Luttembacher and Claire Douillard and Murielle Garcin},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2008},
  volume={40 8},
  pages={1546-53}
}
INTRODUCTION Exercise has beneficial effects on obesity and diabetes treatments. However, obese subjects do not closely adhere to training programs probably because of the monotony of the continuous exercise that is frequently proposed. To increase adherence to training programs, intermittent exercise, which is less monotonous, may be more appropriate. PURPOSE The purposes of this study were to determine the perceptually less hard exercise (continuous vs intermittent exercise) and to analyze… CONTINUE READING