There are those who abominate gymnasiums as public spaces and, by extension, any physical exercise. They do not understand that feeling of euphoria or pleasure that many say after the effort.
The reason for this division of opinions could underlie our genes.
This is what is suggested in a study of the Medical Center of the Free University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands) in which 115 couples of twins and 111 of twins participated.
Up to 37% of the differences in the subjective experience of the exercise, according to the results, were due to DNA. According to Nienke Schutte, lead author of the study:
Now that we know that the way you feel during and after exercise is hereditary, you can look for the genes that are involved.