Fat burn is accelerated with exercise.
Exercising right means that you monitor your heart rate and make sure that you reach your target heart rate and maintain it for the longest period of time while exercising. You have two targets a fat burn zone and an cardiovascular zone. Exercise intensity is measured by how much oxygen you are using. In low intensity exercises (less than 40% maximal oxygen usage) the principle source of fuel for the body is fat.
Experts say incorporating total body cardio exercise in our workouts tends to burn the most calories from body fat.
Cardio exercises are the best way to burn fat. Running is one of the best cardio activities because it burns a high rate of calories (higher than walking or biking, for instance). Cardiovascular exercise or aerobic training includes activities such as organized sports. They are the perfect ways to train your heart or help you burn calories.
Walking increases your respiration by a factor of two to three. Running at five miles per hour increases it by a factor of eight to 10. Walking can burn up to 180 calories in 30 minutes. Sprinting, adding hills or an incline can increase amount of calories burned.
Muscle is your body’s most potent and active tissue for burning calories and body fat. It’s basically your body’s “furnace” which you want to always keep burning hot. Muscle takes up less space in your body than fat (pound for pound). A pound of fat sits around and does nothing all day, while a pound of muscle, even at rest burns calories (increasing your basal metabolic rate). Muscle groups are not isolated. Working one muscle means affecting all its fibers.
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