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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)
... of your max heart rate to burn fat. ... (9 replies)
... The best way to burn fat when running is by doing intervals. When you keep your heart rate down you're burning fat as opposed to working in the cardio training zone. To give you an idea, I usually run 4 or so miles 4 times a week and I will run for .8 and then jog or walk fast for . ... (1 replies)

... but the common consensus is that at higher intensities, the body uses more glycogen and probably protein for gluceogenesis for fuel. Even though you burn fewer overall calories at lower intensities, fat accounts for a higher percentage of the calories burned. ... (9 replies)
... I've never been too concerned with target heart rate when exercising. I would always just hop on a piece of cardio equipment and go from there. ... (3 replies)
Heart Rate
Mar 24, 2008
... I'm looking for quick results right now and i have SO many different questions to do with exercising and Weight loss. One inparticular, i just read a post saying that doing intervals is best for weight loss as it keeps your heart rate down. ... (2 replies)
... BUT, for the sale of discussion, if you can do some exercise to actually BURN 3500 calories, perhaps a 3 hour marathon. ... (1 replies)
... beats per minute for fat loss. I have a treadmill that calculates your heart rate. ... (11 replies)
... But you will burn fewer overall calories at that lower heart rate. If you go for a higher heart rate, you burn more total calories and ultimately more fat, although your body will tap into more glycogen for energy and occasionally protein at the higher levels. ... (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)
... whereas fit people maybe need to hit 150. ... (3 replies)
... fitness and Fat Burn. I think the differentiation is very valid and not just a reason to gussy up the LED board. ... (5 replies)
... I recently started using the eliptical machine in my gym and I'm havin a hell of a time controlling my heart rate. ... (1 replies)
... i have always wondering how the 'target heart rate zone' works. ... (33 replies)
... are heart beats per minute while exercising. If your normal heart rate is 80 while just sitting there, you must get it up while exercising to burn fat. ... (33 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)
... I just started the treadmill and i Put the speed on 5.0 And during the workout i may Switch it From 4.5 to 5.5. But I know towards the end I move the speed up to 6.0 at the last 2 to 3 minutes. Is that a good Idea or should I just stick with using the speed that the programs on the treadmill provide? ... (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)
... Is it true when you run slower and longer that you burn fat quicker opposed to running fast and a little bit shorter? ... (33 replies)
... And how about the heart rate when doing cardio? ... (19 replies)

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