No. It’s just different.
The exercise you can do consistently will always trump an ‘ideal’ duration or intensity of exercise.
People actually have different perceptions of exercise intensity.
What is high intensity to me is likely to be very different from what is high intensity to someone else.
The big thing to do when it comes to exercise is a process of di...(more)
Depends on your goals/objectives but it’s advantageous if you have non-specific objectives to just train a variety of physical qualities and not concern yourself too much with muscle fiber types.
Even if you have endurance goals, it’s still advantageous to do some training for explosive purposes or to improve the oxidation capacity of type 2 fibers.
According to the USDA in 2009, the percentages of the U.S. population not meeting the(RDI) for a variety of vitamins and minerals are as follows: