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Looking to improve your workout performance? Next time you are breaking a sweat, you might consider unleashing your favorite curse word!
The Doctors share the results of a study that showed people who swore during a high-intensity workout had increased muscular performance, compared to those who used neutral language while doing the same workout.
One possible reason that curse words can lead to a better workout might be due to it triggering the sympathetic fight or flight system, which can help someone get fired up.
The panel cautions people to not cuss while in the middle of a public gym, but if you are working out at home or outside (and it's appropriate) why not hype yourself up with some choice swearing.