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Exercise Mode and Gender Research – Using HUR Strength Training Equipment

King, Neil A., Byrne, Nuala M., Hunt, Andrew P., & Hills, Andrew P
Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Research Description: The purpose of this study was to compare the amount of exercise prescribed with the amount completed between two different modes of training intervention and gender.

Results: The study’s data suggest that overweight and obese individuals participating in light-resistance circuit training completed more exercise than prescribed. Men and women do not differ in the extent to which they over- or under-complete prescribed exercise.

Comparing Exercise Prescribed with Exercise Completed: Effects of Gender and Exercise Mode (2010)