Moderate exercise may boost adherence in middle-aged women

09/29/2011 | Reuters

A study of 255 middle-aged women showed that those who did moderate exercise felt more energized and were more confident about engaging in future physical activities compared with women who did intense workouts. Exercise would be more pleasant if done with moderate intensity, especially in people who were previously inactive or were overweight, said the lead author of the study, which was presented at the North American Menopause Society meeting.

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