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Is Weight Loss Heart Rate : Heart Rate Zones – Don't Use These Heart Rate Training Zones If You Want To Burn Fat

Is Weight Loss Heart Rate Video

Is Weight Loss Heart Rate

Heart Rate Zones – Don't Use These Heart Rate Training Zones If You Want To Burn Fat

Heart Rate Zones - Don't Use These Heart Rate Training Zones If You Want To Burn Fat

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In this video, Shaun reveals the REAL truth about heart rate zones and proper intensity for maximum fat burning. Some of this is the complete OPPOSITE of what your average personal trainer will tell you (and it’s actually correct).


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  1. SO in short, you will need to spend atleast 12 minutes in the Hard Zone 80 -100% or anaerobic state to get the benefit of EPOC, so you want your heart rate to stay in the moderate zone 70-80% for periods and push in intervals to the hard zone and sustain for 12 minutes total throughout the workout. 12 minutes is the Minimum to see the benefits of EPOC, more is better. He also recommends pushing to the higher ends of the zones, as the low ends are….. well, low.

  2. If u run fast ur using sugar/carbs as fuel, if u run with low heart rate, ur body will learn and use fat as energy… U may burn more calories with high heart rate, but u dont let ur cells use fat as energy… For endurance u have to learn ur body to use fat as energy… Or am i getting it wrong?

  3. Hi , u mentioned 10 to 45 seconds bursts of high intensity, how much break after such interval lets say 30 seconds high intensity, 1 minute lowerr and at what heartrate should be that lowerr intensity part, if you understand what i am asking , should i stay in the lower phase 1 minute or until my heartrate drops to a certain level , thank you

  4. Agree with these zones. I'm 64 and my actual measure max heart rate is 165. I can run at 150bmp for an entire 10km race. (90%)

  5. I was 197 and I even got up to 215lb I'm 5'4 I would get my heart rate 200 beats and even got up to 210 once or two times.. idk what it is but if I don't get up there I feel like I'm not exercising. I'm 180 now but I want to get back down to 140 is it bad that I'm running 12 miles a day and slowly burning fat like .5lb per 2 weeks. I eat ok not perfect I'll cheat here and there. (3 times out of the week) but shouldn't I be burning a lot more fat when I cheat I don't go above 1200 calories. Why am I not losing weight faster ?

  6. I am 31, and fat. I used to play football a lot in my 20s. I recently started working out. I walk fast w about 138-140 avg. Bpm, for 30 mins. Last week, I mixed it up a little, I introduced little sprints, 5-10 sec to elevate my heart rate to 170 bpm. Is that good or am I doing wrong?

    It sure feels amazing though.

  7. yes I understand that. but what about the weight trainer that gets the intervals during weight work outs like myself n don't want to implement a nother anaerobic work out on the train mill? n  not fall into a catabolic state?  am finding that at 60% 70% percent its to easy for me I think in my case should be like 70% 80% to get that fat burning zone that am looking for. thanks for info I guess the 70% 80% percent is more ideal for me according to my fitness level. I  think the charts refers more towards the beginner's trainees n not the more advance n physically fit individuals…

  8. Please answer my question, When i run on the tread mill I do 1 minute intervals at 7.0 mph and slow down and keep doing that as many as I can for 40 minutes….will this help me burn fat?

  9. This guy finally answered my question!! Omg, I'm 54 and if I stayed at a HR of 120, that's not breaking a sweat! so now I should go with the new school of thought and for my age, my max should be 150 right?

  10. The title is total BS. Any workout is better than none.  Burn fat ?? The fact is  if you have lots of glycogen in your body, Any workout will burn That sugar FIRST, until they all gone, then fat. Tell your "theory" to those in Jewish concentration camp.

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