Men and women differ in their approaches to exercise, weight loss

03/2/2011 | Washington Post, The

Weight Watchers research shows that men enjoy exercise and believe it is enough to lose weight, while women are more likely to choose a combination of healthier eating and more activity. Men also tend to favor strenuous workouts and weight-based exercises, while women opt for cardio and less-grueling workouts.

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