A study in Medicine and Science in Sports Exercise monitored responses to exercise intensity. Despite equal weights, the group who exercised at high intensity did not enjoy it and felt negative during and after. Those working at a moderate pace, for longer, had a positive response. The lesson? Harder and faster isn’t always better.
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