Discussion: Running for Fitness - How Many Calories Do You Burn When You Run?
rosariawetzell · 1 month ago
Here's why you shouldn't give a rip FloraSpring Review about trying to enter the "fat-burning zone." All exercise-all body movement, in fact-is fueled by a combination of fat and carbohydrate. The "fat-burning zone" argument is based on the notion that low-intensity exercise burns a greater proportion of fat than high-intensity exercise. This is true. In fact, you burn a higher percentage of fat and a lower percentage of carbohydrate (blood sugar) while sleeping or sitting in a chair than you do running or otherwise exercising intensely. Why? Converting fat to usable energy is a relatively slow, complicated process-whereas putting blood sugar to use is much simpler and faster. So when your body's energy needs are high-like when you're doing fast aerobic dance moves, lifting weights intensely, running, rowing, or otherwise going all out-your body relies on carbohydrate. But when you're vegging out on the couch, you don't need much energy. A slow, steady source like the fatty acids from your muffin top can easily fill the bill. Now let's think about why you're exercising. You want to be healthy and feel good and live longer, right? But I'm pretty sure you want to burn calories too. It's important to know that whether the calories you burn during the exercise come from blood sugar, glycogen (sugar in a form that can be stored in your muscles and liver), or fat, they're all burned calories. If you create a caloric deficit by consuming less and burning more, you're going to lose fat. https://cbsecure.co.uk/floraspring-review/
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