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Alteration in Energy Balance with Exercise

The article seeks to establish the relationship between exercise and energy. The study concentrated on three subtopics. They include the limits of energy turnover versus physical response to energy balance, the effect of exercise on daily energy turnover and the effects of exercise on the composition of the body.

The effect of exercise on daily energy turnover investigation turned to the conclusion that exercise training does not influence exercise except only in the elderly. The study also established that for exercise to influence energy, one has to exercise twice as hard. The effect of exercise on body composition showed that exercise really helps women reduce fat mass. The study also established that the bodies of women preserve energy balance and their loss of fat mass is significantly less. This shows that although exercise helps in reduction of fat mass, their bodies are not so helpful in keeping the fat mass away. The limits of energy turnover versus physical response showed that higher physical activity level can be maintained through training and supplementary diets.

The article was informative on exercise and energy relationships. One of my main goals was improving my energy levels by exercising every day. I did not know how that works but this new information has shed light. I now know that physical activity levels increase with training and exercise will help boost my energy more significantly. I also know that it is extra important for one to have a healthy diet. The study showed that fat mass in women is not greatly reduced by exercise. This piece of information helps me realize that I cannot continue bad eating habits with the hope that I will lose it later through exercise. I plan to eat healthy food.Alteration in Energy Balance with Exercise

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Westerterp, K. (1998). Alterations in energy balance with exercise. The American Journal Of Clinical Nutrition, 68(4), 970S-974S. doi: 10.1093/ajcn/68.4.970s