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... Neither of these are going to help you lose weight better than the other....losing weight is all about burning more than you take in calorie wise. ... (2 replies)
... area!!so confused.. smile! But If my heart rate is up and am sweating is that a good sign that am burning fat? ... (33 replies)
... The reason I put all these heart rate "zones" into quotes is that they are a little bit misleading. You are still going to burn CALORIES no matter which zone you are in... ... (33 replies)

... I wasn't barely moving. I'm not a good example because I do take asthma meds and that raises my heart rate and the fact that I'm always full of energy for some reason that increases my heart rate. ... (33 replies)
... bluehen and jv109 am i doing this formula right to find out my fat burning zone? ... (33 replies)
... I'm not an expert but I've started HR training myself. I've been reading a book regarding heart rate training. He uses the Karvonen method to compute target heart rate zones. This formula incorporates your resting heart rate along with your maximum heart rate. ... (33 replies)
... Hey frustrated35, correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought you figure out your fat burning zone by tsking 220-your age x 60%-70% (33 replies)
... My trainer told me my what my fat burning zone is. ... (33 replies)
... I was told by my trainer that for me to burn fat and not muscle that I would need to stay within my fat burning zone. ... (33 replies)
... your maximum heart rate and anaerobic threshold may be considerably different from the estimates. If you can sustain a heart rate of 160 for a long duration, then that means that your anaerobic threshold is greater than that. ... (3 replies)
... MHR area for maximum fat burning. ... (3 replies)
Heart Rate
Mar 24, 2008
... minutes, you're getting significant fat burning potential. Just make sure you've addressed your diet as well. ... (2 replies)
... If someone has a low resting heart rate does that effect the fat burning and cardio zone equations. for example my resting rate is in mid 50s and even hard exercise i can usually only get to 140. ... (2 replies)
... Absolutely not. Here's the thing with "fat burning zones". ... (2 replies)
... When I am on the treadmill at the gym, I typically select "random" mode to change inclines every 10 seconds or so. This causes my heart rate to not "maintain" but go up and down, but always at least at or ABOVE target, never below. ... (2 replies)
... and sometimes muscle at all heart rate "zones". The percentages just change as it goes up and down. It's not an easy answer, but there is an explanation. ... (2 replies)
... I agree with you. I have read on various walking sites that it's better for fat burning to stay in the lower heart rate zone and do more distance than speed and have read the opposite too on other webpages. ... (2 replies)
... There's lot of confliciting information regarding heart zones and exercise. Some say lower zones burn fat, higher burns glucose and all zones burn calories. ... (2 replies)
... is a good range. If you go higher than that, it's ok as long as you don't have any heart or blood pressure issues. ... (2 replies)
... hi what is the best heart rate to be on for the best fat burning on excercise machines (you know where you put your hands and it reads your pulse) also are these machine summarys accurate when you put your weight in etc for cals burnt thanks for any advice just starting out (2 replies)

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