17 April, 2011


In addition to the type of exercise, another important factor in fat burning is an appropriate exercise intensity. You can measure it by measuring heart rate during exercise, Dr. Research. George Brooks of the University of California, Berkeley, showed that the use of fat as an energy source will be maximal if dilakukar exercise intensity below the 65% maximum heart second. On top of these figures, the body will use more carbohydrate than fat as fuel.

While the British study to prove that the most fat burning If you train with intensity of 63% maximum heart rate. Similarly, studies at Laval University, Canada, showed that those who train with high intensity fat loss more than low-intensity exercise.

The importance of an appropriate intensity to burn fat is also revealed in research for eight months at Duke University. The team led by Dr. Cris Slentz concludes:
• People who practice intensively, running 20 miles a week with an intensity of 65% -80% of maximum heart rate, decrease with the addition of fat and muscle rnassa more than people who walk 12 miles per week at 65% -80% maximum heart rate . Both groups are equally not a diet.
• Sports intensive form muscle tissue. The bigger the muscle, the more calories and fat to be used when the body is in normal circumstances. Intensive exercise also burn more fat after exercise compared to low-intensity exercise. The body will use energy from carbohydrates during exercise and during a break from fat, as well as for tissue repair. Amount more than if you do low intensity exercise.

One way to determine the intensity of the exercise is to test speech. This test is very subjective, but effective enough to ensure you are still a long zone of safe and comfortable workout. As long as you can still talk on the sidelines of the exercise without difficulty means you are classified as medium-intensity exercise.

As for measuring the heart rate can be performed using such a measuring device at hand. But you can also do it manually, by putting your middle finger and index finger just below the ear, then slide to the fingers directly beneath the jaw. Press gently. Starting the count from zero in the first pulse and count the next pulse for ten seconds, then multiply by six. That's what your heart rate. While the maximum heart rate is 220 your age.


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