Long runs or high intensity?

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You do not have to go to the gym every day or go on a strict diet to lose weight. Here are a few top weight loss tips from ‘The Diet Doctor’ Moodi Dennaoui and PT and former Survivor contestant Tegan Haining.

Are you better off going for a long, slow run? Or a short, speedy|short run|short?

THE issue with exercise as a weight loss strategy is many people use it as a way warrant an extra slice of pizza or a different glass of wine.

But as it turns out, how hungry you’re post workout depends on how intense or how long that workout really was.

A recent study printed in Journal of Endocrinology recruited 16 healthy, fit young men (sorry, no girls due to controlling for the effects of women’s menstrual cycles). Participants were split into two groups: One group focused on intensity, ranging from a simple jog for 55 moments (50% of their maximum capacity) to a more vigorous pace for 36 moments (75% of maximum capacity), until they burned around 600 calories.

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