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  • Metabolic resistance exercise may also benefit people suffering from sarcopenia and frailty syndrome. Sarcopenia, the loss of muscle mass with aging, often progresses to the point at which a person cannot walk or maintain balance. Metabolic resistance training performed two to three times a week may slow the progression of the condition. Frailty syndrome includes skeletal weakness and muscle mass deterioration. Senior citizens may also benefit from metabolic resistance exercises but should approach them slowly.

    There are so many different exercises you can do at your desk, including mobility/stretching exercises, strengthening exercises and metabolic exercises to get the heart going. I’ve included a few of my top ones here to give you the ultimate deskercise workout. So, kick off the high heels, remove the tie and unbutton your top buttons, as we're about to get the blood flowing and warmed up!

  • Metabolic resistance training may provide benefits to people with type 2 diabetes. A study led by Salameh Bweir, a professor of allied medical sciences at Jordan's Hashemite University, found that metabolic resistance exercise proved more effective than aerobic exercise in lowering blood sugar levels. Cardio exercise lowered HbA1C count only half as much as did metabolic resistance exercise, according to the study, published in the December 2009 issue of "Diabetology and Metabolic Resistance Syndrome." The study did find that metabolic resistance raised participants' blood pressure levels and advised that people with high blood pressure be monitored during resistance training.

    Exercise, specifically metabolic exercise, is the best form of preventative medicine, outside of real food eating. Living a sedentary lifestyle and only doing cardio is a recipe for obesity and potential disease formation.

  • Metabolic resistance exercises involve numerous repetitions with little rest between sets. Examples of military-style resistance training include prisoner squats, spiderman pushups and Bulgarian split squats. To perform a spiderman pushup, place your feet high on a wall, or ask a friend to hold you feet while doing pushups. For prisoner squats, place your hands behind your head as you squat as low as you can. Bulgarian split squats involve standing with your legs as far apart as possible and squatting as close to the ground as possible. A workout might include 20 repetitions of the prisoner squat, 20 repetitions of the Bulgarian split squat and 15 repetitions of pushups. Additional exercises such as pullups and close-grip pushups can be added as you gain strength. Keep rests between sets to a minimum, but stop when fatigued. If you're new to metabolic resistance exercise, you can obtain benefits with less intense workouts. You might, for instance, carry small weights while walking.

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Generally speaking, metabolic training is an exercise program whereby you complete both compound and structural exercises one after another with a minimal amount of rest in between. The result of such a quick succession of metabolic exercises is that your metabolic rate, or metabolism, is accelerated and your body burns calories more efficiently. The effects are clear: not only you are targeting the muscle you are working (biceps) but also different muscles in your body and eventually your heart and your brain.