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first_imgVirat Kohli tried hard to stay away from the limelight and let Sunrisers Hyderabad soak in the moment, soon after they had lifted their maiden Indian Premier League title at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. But that was not going to happen, really. Kohli won a flurry of awards. He was after all the highest scorer in the season with 973 runs, four hundreds and seven fifties from 16 matches. Despite being clear favourites to win Sunday’s title clash, Royal Challengers Bangalore went down by eight runs in their third final and first ever at home. (David Warner joins Virat Kohli in elite list ) Kohli was crestfallen but was gracious enough to not say much. However, David Warner, the winning captain had a lot to say about his counterpart. “Look at the way Kohli led from the front. He’s a great leader. “India are in a great place for the next few years that he’s playing for sure. He set the benchmark for all the guys in the tournament,” said Warner. ACRIMONIOUS PAST FORGOTTEN The two had had a bitter spat in Australia during India’s tour of 2014. But that was not going to stop Warner from speaking his heart out about possibly the best batsman in the world at the moment. They were words of genuine appreciation and the whole stadium erupted when he spoke those. It was perhaps the moment of the IPL 2016, which was driven and inspired by Kohli and his band of merry men. (Heartbreak for Kohli, SRH win maiden IPL title ) Warner of course had special words of praise for his own team, which had been previously panned for the lack of balance in its midst. SRH were on a mission as the captain himself and Shikhar Dhawan played stellar roles at the top. Mustafizur Rahman was the standout performer in a star-studded bowling line-up. Ashish Nehra and Yuvraj Singh defied age to turn up some memorable performances. Result: a stunning result in RCB’s home. TIME FOR CELEBRATIONS “It’s a fantastic team achievement. It’s overwhelming for me to lead this side. Thanks to the chairman and the team for giving me this opportunity,” said an ecstatic Warner. “The credit goes to all the guys in the team. I was happy that I led by example with the runs (he scored 848). It was a team effort. To have that perfect game and gel as a side, it’s really hard to get the combinations right. It was a team effort.” (Kohli latest victim as Orange Cap jinx continues in IPL ) Warner’s men did everything they had to after floundering in the middle of their campaign. It was indeed a commendable team effort and when the captain called for beer time, there was a unanimous roar of joy in the SRH camp. It was time to celebrate and reflect on a sensational campaign.advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgA total of only two minutes of sprint interval exercise was sufficient to elicit similar responses as 30 minutes of continuous moderate-intensity aerobic exercise” Pavel1964 | ShutterstockThe study, which has recently been published in the American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, showed that short bursts of higher intensity exercise were just as effective at improving mitochondrial function as moderate-intensity exercise carried out for longer periods.Related StoriesIt’s never too late to take up exercise, advise researchersResearchers identify molecular pathway underpinning exercise and improved motor learningExercise during pregnancy can promote bone health of both mother and childPreviously, studies have shown that exercise generates more of the energy-producing mitochondria in our cells, as well as improving the function of mitochondria that are already present. This improved function can be beneficial to cells and decrease the risk of chronic disease, but whether or not the intensity of exercise affects this mitochondrial response has been unclear.To investigate, the authors of the current study studied eight young adults who performed cycling workouts at different levels of intensity.Moderate intensity was defined as 30 minutes of ongoing exercise at 50% peak effort; high-intensity as five four-minute sessions at 75% peak effort, with a one-minute rest period in-between each session and sprint cycling as four 30-second sessions at maximum effort with 4.5 minutes rest in-between.Before and after each session, the researchers determined the amount of energy the participants used up during each session and compared mitochondrial changes in their thigh muscles.They found that the concentration of hydrogen peroxide, which is a reactive oxygen species (ROS) molecule, changed in different parts of the mitochondria after exercise. While the presence of too much ROS can damage cells, this study found that the participants had levels of ROS that could potentially promote cellular processes that improve metabolic function rather than causing damage.The team also found that fewer minutes of high-intensity exercise triggered similar mitochondrial responses as exercise performed at moderate-intensity for longer periods. By Sally Robertson, B.Sc.Sep 20 2018A new study has shown that performing high-intensity interval or sprinting exercise for a few minutes may be equally as beneficial as exercising at a moderate-intensity level for longer periods. “This suggests that exercise may be prescribed according to individual preferences while still generating similar signals known to confer beneficial metabolic adaptions. These findings have important implications for improving our understanding of how exercise can be used to enhance metabolic health in the general population.” Source:https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-09/aps-cft091918.phplast_img read more