Although studies in the past show that men are more energetic and more interested in sports and physical activity than women, however, Waterloo’s experts in Canada say that the female body is in better shape and can quickly extract oxygen from the blood, which means that women in physical activity may be more successful than men.
Thomas Beltram with the team of experts measured the rate of oxygen release in men and women, so that all participants performed three exercises of moderate intensity. According to the results, women burn oxygen by 30% faster than men. This means that women were better performing exercises and there was less chance of exhaustion after the exercises were completed.
According to Beltram, these results are different from the previous claims that men are by nature in better shape than women and that they are sports types and women are not.