Unfortunately, this myth still persists and is evident in many health clubs. Pass by any cardio area and you'll see lines of people working out a a very low intensity for long periods of time. Inevitably, these same people will wonder why they're not losing weight or body fat, even though they're training in the "fat burning zone." Yes, it's true that your body will burn a higher percentage of calories from body fat when exercising at a lower intensity during aerobic activity. But, at a higher intensity, you'll burn more calories. Although a smaller percentage of calories will come from body fat, it's a smaller percentage of a larger number. Which means that you'll actually burn a larger number of calories from body fat! Step up the intensity of your cardio exercise, and you'll find you can shorten the workouts and achieve greater results.
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