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Question by styles: Why is target heart rate for weight loss less than target heart rate for cardio?
Am I burning any less fat or calories by exercising at the higher intensity, where, in fact, I tend to end up?
Suggestion by nephthys76
It’s kind of hard to explain… but when you get into the “cardio” zone, your body begins to use it’s faster stores of energy – the glycogen, which is stored carbohydrates, in your liver. It is quickly available and quickly depleted.
The cardio zone is good for your heart, it increases your VO2 Max (the volume of oxygen in your blood) which allows the same amount of oxygen reach your muscles with fewer heart beats. So this slows your heart rate, and then you will be able to work out harder to achieve the same heart rate.
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