Quick Fat Loss Tip of the week!

by Markus Reinhardt

Low intensity exercises mainly require triglycerides as an energy source, and contrary to popular belief, one does not “burn fat” while engaged in the aerobic activity at the time. This occurs after the exercise (assuming you burn up more calories than you take in), and the body breaks down adipose tissue and converts it into triglycerides for the muscles to store and use for energy

So its basically a “calories in vs. calories out” situation guys – keep that in mind when you check yourself in the mirror after a 30mins aerobic session..lol

– courtesy of www.mrhighintensity.com

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