Exercise and Insulin Sensitivity in Obese Men

Venables, Michelle
March 2009
Sport & Exercise Scientist;Mar2009, Issue 19, p26
The article focuses on exercise and insulin sensitivity in obese men in Great Britain. It highlights the increased insulin resistance within the skeletal muscles. It also notes the exercise training programs offered to obese individuals. It is believed that demonstrating such exercise can improve insulin sensitivity among people.


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