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Obese People Who Lose Weight Face a Lifelong Battle

Obese People Who Lose Weight Face a Lifelong Battle

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It’s not entirely accurate to say a person can solve their obesity problem by eating less and exercising more. Underlying obesity are biological factors that make it difficult to maintain any weight that’s lost. Still, a small number of people are able to do it. Read on and discover why it’s so hard to maintain weight loss and what people who do it successfully have in common.

The Repeated Bout Effect: Why You Don’t Always Get Sore When You Lift Weights

The Repeated Bout Effect: Why You Don’t Always Get Sore When You Lift Weights

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When you first start weight training, you probably experienced a significant degree of soreness, what is referred to as delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS. But as you kept doing the same exercise, you no longer felt the same degree of soreness. The reason has to do with the “repeated bout effect.” Find out more.