Why is low-intensity exercise (walking, jogging, cycling) fueled by fat but higher intensity exercise is fueled by carbohydrates/glycogen/glucose? Everything says that less fat is burned during high intensity activity but is that an absolute or... (more)
high intensity exercises -time duration of exercise is low ,heart rate high,mainly use glucose and glycogen(this break to glucose) as main fuel.why is this because high intensity exercises are done mainly by fast skeletol muscle fibers and they... (more)
Study title is: Comparison of Aerobic Versus Resistance Exercise Training on Metabolic Syndrome (from the Studies of a Targeted Risk Reduction Intervention Through Defined Exercise – STRRIDE-AR/RT) in American Journal of Cardiology 2011. ePublish... (more)
It seems to be a common opinion in the paleo circles, that endurance running and other aerobic exercise is very unhealthy. Someone recently even called it 'aerobic suicide' or something along those lines... But I love to run. I feel that... (more)
Hi, I am excited in trying the quilt's leptin reset rx. My single and only qualm is the absence of aerobic activity during the reset. What is one to do if their lively hood requires 3-4 days a week of intense aerobic training? Any advice would be... (more)
I've heard a lot about strength training in a fasted state (mostly good things), but not so much about aerobic exercise in a fasted state. Are there similar benefits for the latter?
I have always done my training, endurance, aerobic and strength, first thing in the morning which is basically a short IF (8-10 hrs) and have never had any issues. It actually works best for me. I had a trainer for awhile that really wanted me... (more)