Is Fitness All About Our Genes?
‘Genetics’ for health & fitness
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Why do some people respond to an aerobic workout routine by becoming incredibly fit, whereas others who exercise just as hard for months end up no fitter than when they began?
That question has bedeviled countless people who’ve started exercise programs. It has also motivated a major new study of the genetics of fitness. Scientists long have known that when any given group of people faithfully follows the same aerobic workout routine, some increase their cardio respiratory fitness substantially; while an unfortunate few seem to get no benefits at all. But what, beyond the fundamental unfairness of life, makes one person’s body receptive to exercise and another’s resistant?
To read more go to the original article… http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/03/16/is-fitness-all-in-the-genes/
Please Note: This artical as nothing to do with losing body fat, but everything to do with fitness levels.
So there you have it, the science is in, and it’s staring you in the face. If you are wondering why despite all your efforts you can’t seem to make progress in your fitness routine, then stop beating yourself up, the important thing is you are executing a fitness routine and although the benefits will be slow in coming, nevertheless, with hard work you will make progress and a positive difference to your lifestyle.
Benefits to fitness training…
A higher level of fitness, controls weight
Flexibility and mobility
Space and time to yourself to reflect on daily matters, very important
Social gathering and fun
Improves your moods
Boosts your energy levels
Helps combat health and disease conditions
Helps to promote better sleep
Can help boost your sex life
Formal exercise is still the best thing you can do for you’re over all health…
For you bodybuilders who wonder if genetics is stifling your gains then please watch this video…
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