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Study Shows We Overestimate Our Workouts

Did you have a tough workout this morning? Yeah, well, maybe not. New research might poke holes in your exercise pride, suggesting that both men and women tend to overestimate how intensely they're working out.

Researchers from York University in Canada asked 129 participants to walk or jog on a treadmill at speeds they felt was light, moderate, and vigorous. The study ...

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