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Still, some critics weren’t convinced. Perhaps these longer, harder exercise programs were simply so discouraging that all the non-responders gave up partway through the study. The only way to know for sure would be with a “repeated measures” study: put a bunch of volunteers through a training program to identify the non-responders, and then make the non-responders do another , harder training program to see if they would improve. That’s what an impressive new study, just published in the Journal of Physiology by David Montero and Carsten Lundby of the University of Zurich, does. The first part of the study involved 78 volunteers who were divided into five groups. All the groups did identical 60-minute workouts, including a mix of continuous moderate rides and more intense interval workouts. The difference was that the groups did either one, two, three, four, or five worko...

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