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The short answer is that the "fat burning" heart rate zone is a myth. Exercise at low intensities does not result result in greater rates of fat loss compared to exercise at higher intensities, because both burning fat as an energy substrate and burning glucose or glycogen will have the same long term effect on body fat stores. For an explanation, ...


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Fat accumulation patterns depend on sex, but within the same sex, they are really specific to each individual and many people have places where fat is really hard to lose. First thing is that spot reduction is not really possible short of surgery. That said, if you maintain a moderate caloric deficit for long ideally both by increasing exercise and ...


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The basic tenet of fat loss is to be in a caloric deficit. If you burn more than what you eat then you will, barring unusual circumstances, lose weight over time - this is a marathon, not a sprint. One thing to pay attention though here is that to avoid losing muscle while on a caloric deficit you need to exercise the muscles too and eat enough protein. ...


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No The caloric deficit will be compensated by fat burning again, so, let's consider another 350 kcal from fat. This is not what happens. Your caloric deficit was generated by the brisk walk. If you were to eat an additional 500 calories, then the fat/energy burned during the brisk walk will be replenished. At the end of the day your calories burned / fat ...


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