Tout savoir sur le métabolisme de repos


On parle souvent du métabolisme de repos, surtout lorsqu’il est question de la gestion du poids. Bien que l’on soit en mesure de quantifier le métabolisme de repos depuis les travaux d’Antoine de Lavoisier il y a plus de 200 ans, de nombreux mythes entourent ce compartiment de la dépense énergétique. Qu’est-ce qui l’influence? Est-ce que l’entraînement peut réellement élever le métabolisme de repos et favoriser la perte de poids (EPOC)?. Est-ce que l’augmentation de la masse musculaire se répercute sur le métabolisme de repos et est-ce que suivre des diètes à répétition peuvent diminuer le métabolisme de repos? Toutes des questions qui trouveront réponse dans cette formation en ligne.

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