In life, each of us tends to move at our own pace. Some of us walk, talk, and eat faster or slower than others.
Research tells us that different speeds come with different costs and benefits. Walking faster, for example, burns more calories than walking slowly. Those who talk faster are more persuasive. And those who eat fast tend to eat more.
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So someone struggling to lose weight might be advised to eat slower and walk faster, and to beware of fast-talking salesmen trying to push the latest supplement miracle.
It’s no surprise that in the gym, we also lift at different speeds. The open