Kamis, 28 Oktober 2010


Highly qualified endurance athletes burn three fifty seven times more calories and 50% more fat during exercise than untrained persons. Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley recently completed a study of highly trained cyclists, where they found their carbohydrate and fat measured during intense exercise and endurance-trained athletes burn more fat than untrained people.

The study is important because in an attempt to both weight and fat calories burned material losses. Because athletes exercise harder (ie run faster or pedal harder) than untrained individuals and thus burn more calories in the same amount of time, the researchers wanted to know if they were burning fat or carbohydrate was.

In the study, the researchers took ten cyclists and had them exercise at 70% - 80% of its maximum for one hour, the hardest that an athlete has trained long hours can do. Some of the athletes were so much like burning end of a three to four times as many calories as untrained men during exercise. When the researchers calculated the amount of fat burned, had risen to about untrained people with less than 50%.

The researchers introduced the changes to changes in the muscle, which over time accumulate the training harder exercise regularly. The good news, the researchers say that others in her lab work shows that anyone can accumulate at any age the same adjustments to the person only needs to start a training program.

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