Research Suggests That Lack Of Exercise Drive Is Genetic
Posted May 27 2013 3:00pm
A lot of people dread the daily exercise required to stay in top physical condition and maintain a healthy weight. However, new research reveals that the lack of motivation may not be their fault as some genes may be linked to “laziness”, making energy inducing weight loss supplements like Prescopodene extremely important in the battle against excess weight.
In a research article published on April 3, 2013 in the American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, a University of Missouri professor and post-doctoral fellow reveal how they discovered this by studying day old male and female rats.
They first noted the amount of time the rats spent running on their wheels over the course of the initial six days of the experiment. Then they bred the top runners with the other top runners and did the same for the rats that ran the least.
They repeated this same cycle until they had ten generations of rats. What they found is that the tenth generation of top runners ran, on average, ten times more than the tenth generation of the less physically active rats.
This suggests that there is a genetic link that may predispose someone to either be an exerciser or a “couch potato.” This also implies that all-natural energy enhancing weight loss supplements like Prescopodene may help individuals with this genetic makeup get past their heredity hurdles so they may achieve their weight loss goals.