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Wok out !! you couch potatoes » Wok out !! you couch potatoes

Wok out !! you couch potatoes » Wok out !! you couch potatoesIf all of you couch potatoes are getting tired and think that you have no energy then get up and do some exercises.

Studies suggest that normal low intensity exercises and small work out session can boost up your energy levels by 20 % and make your fatigue levels to go down by 65 %. This has been stated by a team at the University of Georgia found.

“Too often we believe that a quick workout will leave us worn out, especially when we are already feeling fatigued,” Tim Puetz, a co researcher in the study.

“However, we have shown that regular exercise can actually go a long way in increasing feelings of energy, particularly in sedentary individuals.”
Puetz and a team headed by Patrick O’Connor at the university’s Exercise Psychology Laboratory researched on 36 people who did not work out regularly and who said they were always tired.

To the amazement the researchers found the low intensity group reported better decrease in fatigue than those who worked out hard.

“It could be that moderate-intensity exercise is too much for people who are already fatigued and that might contribute to them not getting as great an improvement as they would have they done the low-intensity exercise,” O’Connor stated.

“A lot of people are overworked and not sleeping enough,” he added. “Exercise is a way for people to feel more energetic. There’s a scientific basis for it and there are advantages to it compared to things like caffeine and energy drinks.”

Many researches have shown that work out can boost energy, particularly over time. O’Connor’s team published a report in 2006 depicting that exercise can reduce fatigue in patients with cancer, heart disease and other medical problems. This research looked at people whose fatigue did not seem to be associated with any medical condition.

Reuters

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