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Weight training also increases the body’s sensitivity to insulin (a hormone responsible for regulating blood sugar levels). An increased sensitivity to insulin allows the body to metabolise food (sugar) more effectively, resulting in less fat storage after a meal. After a meal, food (sugar) has two options, to go into muscle cells where it is stored as glycogen for energy or to go into fat cells, which have an infinite capacity to expand. Weight training promotes more sugar to be stored in the muscles as opposed it being stored as body fat.

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