Calculate the Calories Burned By Heart Rate
Burning more calories become easier with a better knowledge of the connection between the heart rate and the metabolism process.
The Fat Burning Zone
The fat–burning zone is a concept that the body burns a greater amount of fat at lower-intensity aerobic exercise than it does at higher intensities. Actually, the body burns a greater percentage of fat at lower intensities than at higher intensities.
|30 Minutes of
|Low Intensity Group (50%)||120||80||200|
|Hight Intensity Group (75%)||140||260||400|
If you’re looking to shed stubborn pounds, the rule of the game is to increase the intensity of your workouts. I want you to be working out at 85 percent of your maximum heart rate (MHR). However, you may have heard the “fat-burning zone” theory that encourages you to work out at just 70 to 75 percent of your MHR. The outdated assumption is that your body is drawing predominately on fat calories for energy — WRONG! It’s completely misleading and it’s time to lay the “fat-burning zone” myth to rest.