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TransformHERS beats fatigue

posted by TransformHERS on 22 Jan 15, 08:25

Categories: Health, Fitness, TransformHERS Bootcamp

Coming to TransformHERS 2-4 times per week will help you beat fatigue!

Scientists have concluded that one of the best ways to beat fatigue and boost energy is to exercise more, not less. Studies have shown that the more you move -- and it doesn't have to be major movement, just getting up and walking around the room will help -- the more energy you will feel. In fact, a study published in the journal Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics reported that inactive people who normally complained of fatigue could increase energy by 20% and decrease fatigue by as much as 65% by simply participating in regular, low-intensity exercise. Other studies have shown that you can increase more energy and reduce more fatigue through exercise than by using stimulant medications, and that this applied across the board to every group that was studied, including healthy adults, cancer patients, and people with diabetes and heart disease.

The explanation for this goes deep into the cellular level of the body, where we find the mitochondria, those tiny, energy-producing organs found in every cell of the body. The more you move around, the more mitochondria your body makes to meet your energy needs. The more mitochondria you have, the greater the boost to your metabolism, and the greater your ability to produce more energy.

Information taken from:  http://www.sharecare.com/



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