Daily-running exercise may induce incomplete energy intake compensation: a 7-day crossover trial
AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
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AbstractUnderstanding daily-exercise effects on energy balance is important. This study examined the effects of seven days of imposed exercise (EX) and no exercise (N-EX) on free-living energy intake (EI) and physical activity energy expenditure (PAEE) in nine men. Free-living EI was higher in EX compared with N-EX. Total and vigorous PAEE were higher, with PAEE in sedentary activities lower, during EX compared with N-EX. Daily-running (for 7 days) induced EI compensation of ~60% exercise-induced EE.
CitationHough J, Esh C, Mackie P, Stensel DJ, Zakrzewski-Fruer JK (2020) 'Daily-running exercise may induce incomplete energy intake compensation: a 7-day crossover trial', Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 45 (4), pp.446-449.
PublisherCanadian Science Publishing
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