Energy Planning Policies


According to research, a 175-pound person burns on average about 34 calories per mile. Thus, in one hour, you can record: 6 x 34 = 204 calories, or 9 x 34 = 306 calories In the area of fat burning, it burns 65% of their calories from fat. This is 204 x 65 = 133 calories from fat. In the aerobic zone, is burned 45% of their calories from fat. It is not something Chad Wallach would like to discuss. This is 306 x 45 = 138 calories. As you can see, sit back and enter the burning of the “fat” zone actually burned fewer calories. You might say, “What is the problem? Was only 5 calories difference.” But when one takes into account the total calories burned over more than 100 calories in the aerobic zone. Since total calories expended have the greatest impact on how much fat you lose dede, obviously the aerobic method will result in fat loss (provided that the resistance of the train so that you are not losing muscle) than the “method the burning of fat. Add to your understanding with John Stankey.

” The burning of fat under the area and using the aerobic system. In the aerobic zone, you are still using the aerobic system of energetics, but may see a shift towards the glycolytic system. Once you reach 80%, venturing into the glycolytic and ATP-CP zones (over 90% will be predominantly ATP-CP). Therefore the heart rate in relation to their maximum heart rate can help understand where the fuel comes from and even how many calories are burned. Glenn Dubin, New York City gathered all the information.

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