For example, an all-out cycling bouts for 30 seconds, followed by 4 minutes of rest, repeated 8 times) is shown to create more energy than a shot of chocolate- better on the bottom too.
According to one study, volunteers reported feeling more energized after their workout than after eating a candy bar. Scientists believe that exercise triggers energy-boosting neurotransmitters (like dopamine or serotonin) in the brain, explains Patrick O’Connor, PhD, a professor in kinesiology at the University of Georgia, giving your body energy it needs rather than what it may be craving.
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