A few studies have also looked at the effects of intermittent V continuous exercise. Intermittent exercise has shown to induce a higher after burn than continuous exercise. The basic notion from the studies is that you are better off doing 2 bouts of exercise for example 2x 25 running than one continuous 50min running bout. The same seems to be true for resistance exercise. Some studies have actually shown that intermittent, weight training performed at high-intensity could help you increase calories burned after exercise.
To be honest unless you are quite fit carrying out 60min intense workouts for a few days a week would not be recommended. The difference between the durations and calories burned post exercise in some studies is just about 40kcal. If you are more likely to stick to a 45min workout or if you only can spare 30min is better to go with what suits your lifestyle. It is more important to stick to exercise than get fed up and give up. (See also ?)
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For others who are possibly looking more at weight management and increasing muscle endurance it can be important to replace calories burned during exercise via nutrition. Weight management is difficult to control, after reaching their target weight many who control their calorie intake and exercise regime tend to continue to lose weight, for some this can be dangerous.
To manage this correctly it is important that you continue to exercise as normal but increase your nutritional calorie intake until you find the right balance. Consuming the same amount of calories as you burn via exercise will help maintain a steady weight.
Exercises, sports and activities are listed below, showing calories burned per hour (energy expended) for a 130, 155, 180 or 205 pound person. The amount of calories expended is influenced by many factors, including body weight, intensity of activity, conditioning level and metabolism.
In addition to the List of Calories Burned During Exercise, Sports, Activities below, see the activity specific pages for Cycling, Running, Walking, Swimming, Aerobics, Dancing and a variety of Work, Activities and Hobbies.