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It should be a simple matter of energy output. Spending half an hour at 200W should have the same effect as a whole hour at 100W. So it all comes down to how much time you want to spend exercising and how exhausted you want to feel afterwards. Relatively more energy will come from fat during low intensity workouts, but the type of energy storage used doesn’...


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Sources During this n=36 study, the optimal fat burning zone - i.e. the point at which one has the highest fat oxidation rate - occurred on average at 54.2% VO2max. However, the great variance between the participating individuals makes it hard to pinpoint this as the fat burning zone. Interestingly, this article by Alan Aragon, suggest that while fat ...


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Belly fat is not unlike fat in other deposits on the body. It's just that the belly has a larger deposit, so its viscosity (or lack thereof) is more noticeable due to the volume. Additionally, abdominal muscles aren't very large to begin with, so the layer of fat on top of it will seem softer. For information on how to get rid of belly fat, see this answer:...


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I would go to either a person certified in sports medicine or someone who coaches physique athletes as they would both have a pretty good idea ability how to properly analyze your situation and provide good treating


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DEXA stands for dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry. Apparently it is often abbreviated as "DXA" these days, for reasons I'm not sure about. The technique consists of taking an X-ray image of the body at two different energy levels of radiation. When taking an X-ray image of someone's body, some portion of the rays is going to be absorbed by the body, while ...


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This question on another site seems to suggest the following types of experts for measuring your body fat composition: A certified personal trainer A physical therapist A dietitian Someone recommended to you by your regular doctor There doesn't seem to be much information on this. I assume that is because a wide variety of doctors probably have the ...


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"Clenbuterol is a sympathomimetic that works on the sympathomimetic nervous system. There are several receptors in the body a sympathomimetic can act on. In the case of Clenbuterol, the beta-2 receptor is the area of interest and action. Clen, as it’s commonly known, actively stimulates the beta-2 receptor. Through such stimulation, this actively reverses ...


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I had a very similar problem when I was getting ready for my first bodybuilding competition, I know exactly what you mean. So you're around 185lbs with 12-14% body fat (which is very good, nice job). To get to even lower body fat levels, it will be hard work, but it is definitely doable. The main factor when you get to this point is fine tuning your diet in ...



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