Low Intensity Cardio: Effective?
01-22-2005 09:03 AM
I understand what your saying DieTrying and I'm fully aware that your body uses a combination of both when resting and when in exercise. I was just trying to emphasize the point that lower intensity cardio will burn more fat. I didn't feel like posting the entrie RER chart so I just threw that up there so foreverdown could see more fat will be used at a lower heart rate. I guess I should of made it more clear.
Originally Posted by DieTrying
I love that if all the facts aren't brought out another member will pick up the slack. LOL My oh my do we have the smartest members around, Dietrying
04-13-2005 04:22 PM
The True Warrior is one who conquers oneself
I am going on the low intensity cardio kick myself. I started yesterday, for an hour. HR was around 130-140. 140 was only for a second, once i noticed i slowed down. Yesterday I took some clen when i woke up, got to the gym at about 6:00 pm (12 hrs later) and the precor said my hr was 127 already..
I'm thinking of dropping the stims as suggested above.
I was thinking of doing a fasted state jump roping routine in the morning, only for about 3-5 minutes monday - friday, and also do the low intensity for an hour Tues and thursday on my non-lifting days. thoughts?
Similar Forum Threads
By juice3320 in forum Anabolics
Last Post: 09-26-2009, 05:17 PM
By derker2008 in forum Weight Loss
Last Post: 01-30-2009, 09:35 PM
By Rhyno in forum Weight Loss
Last Post: 07-15-2008, 09:57 PM
By TheCrownedOne in forum Exercise Science
Last Post: 06-22-2005, 04:08 PM
By Anarchy939 in forum Exercise Science
Last Post: 06-03-2005, 12:47 AM