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Fat Burning During Exercise

 

Fat Burning, Energy & Exercise

During moderate-intensity exercise, the body burns fat for energy. And by engaging in that type of activity over and over, you are effectively telling your body that you need that fat. So, to prepare for the next time it is called on to repeat the activity, your body will store more fat.

Conversely, when you engage in short bursts of high-intensity exercise, your body uses glycogen stored in the muscle tissues for energy. Over time, this conditions your body to store energy in the muscles - rather than as fat.

Exercising this way will also cause you to burn more fat during your recovery period, as the glycogen in the muscles is restored.

The key to fat loss is muscle building. For every pound of new muscle, your body will burn an additional 60 calories per day.

Three pounds of muscle burns as many calories as a one-mile run - while you're sitting still! An extra five pounds of muscle automatically burns an additional 31 pounds of fat in a year.

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