Less Effort, Better Results

Don’t feel guilty about working out at your own pace. New research from Pennsylvania State University shows that women who exercise at a moderate intensity are more likely to benefit in the long run, compared with subjects who struggle through vigorous sweat sessions. In fact, they were about twice as likely to feel energized and confident about exercising regularly. The upshot: the most effective workout is the one you’ll do for the long haul.

March 2012 Prevention

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