Running has edge over biking for calorie burn, expert says

08/30/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Running and bicycling are both great forms of aerobic exercise, but University of Texas kinesiology professor Hirofumi Tanaka says running generally burns more calories. A study found that both exercises temporarily reduce appetite, but Tanaka said biking may be easier on the joints and result in fewer injuries.

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