Cardio Exercises-Low Or High Intensity Exercise Burn Body Fat Faster? – Have you ever wondered which cardio exerts are best for burning off extra body fat? Is walking( low intensity) better or running( high intensity) better for burning body fat?

Well, both low and high intensity exerts will help you burn off body fat. The question is which is more effective and burn more body fat. What is your fat burning zone?

When scientists first reported that during intensive exerts, your body burn glycogen, which is a sort of stored carbohydrates stored in your liver and muscles for energy and during low intensive exerts, your body burn body fat, everyone abruptly change their workout routines to perform low intensity exerts to burn body fat.

Does it work? Plainly it does not work because there are still so many fat people around although they are working out with low intensity exericies isn’t it? Why is that so?

Well, the scientists were right when they said that our bodies burn more body fat during low intensity exerts like walking or a leisurely swim. But during a high intensity workout like running, our bodies burn a lot more calories. Even if some of the calories burnt are from glycogen, we will still burn many fat calories as well.

To add icing to the cake, when your store of glycogen is low, the carbs from your snack you eat later gets converted into glycogen to fill up the store and will not be converted to body fat when left unused for energy.

Furthermore, high intensity cardio exerts crank up your metabolism even after your workout is done. This means that you body will continue to burn body fat hours after you have left the gym. This impact is almost non existent in low intensity cardio or aerobic workout. Accumulatively, your body burns up many many more calories during and after high intensity cardio exerts than lower intensive ones.

You can inject high intensity exerts to your cardio workout by introducing some interval develop. You can walk briskly for five minutes, then breaking into a jog for another five minutes. Then walking briskly again until you caught your breath and then sprint for a minute before walking again for another minute. From this point, alternate between a sprint and a walking, a minute each and do this for the next 15 minutes and you are done.

Do this for 5 days a week and before long, you will be steadily losing unwanted body fat and weight healthily and naturally.

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