Investigating adaptations to exercise that potentiate energy expenditure during weight regain
Metabolic adaptations established during weight loss maintenance accelerate weight regain by suppressing energy expenditure; therefore, interventions that increase energy expenditure during a relapse back to obesity may attenuate weight regain. Exercise has been shown to both attenuate weight regain and increase energy expenditure beyond the cost of an exercise bout during weight regain; however, the mechanisms by which exercise potentiates energy expenditure are unknown. To explore mechanisms that may mediate exercise-induced potentiation of energy expenditure during weight regain, intermittent ...
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