A 4-month circuit functional high-intensity training progmam improves body composition and performance in sedentary overweight or obese women.http://www.eventscribe.com/2016/posters/nsca/SplitViewer.asp?PID=MzcxOTUzNjE0NA
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A study published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise found that running can actually lower your inherited risk (from your genes) for becoming overweight.Researchers surveyed 582 female and 344 male identical twin pairs, comparing their average running mileage and BMI.They found that those participants who pounded more pavement than their siblings were more likely to have a lower BMI, having dropped by 58.8% for women and 29.6% for men.