This is the way our bodies are set up best to work efficiently and healthily, but unfortunately our modern lifestyle is working against this.
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dominic wrote: I've been doing HIIT (Dr M's cut-down version which is 3 x 20 seconds of pedalling like fury on a cycle machine) for the past week and I find it goes particularly well with fasting because it warms me up! The extra warmth seems to last for a couple of hours (maybe that shows how relatively unfit I am?) and warmer feels better. It must be burning some extra calories in that period mustn't it?
Having written the above I did a bit of research (that's googling of course). It's called 'afterburn' and they don't reckon it uses many calories, but I'm not sure they are right, at least in my case. Anyway, it still warms me up...
skippyscuffleton wrote: Sadly, when you are going flat out on your 20s bursts you will be burning v little fat.
when you are going flat out on your 20s bursts you will be burning v little fat
I started following the same version a week or so ago... I was shocked at how few [calories] I use. I will check and make sure the next time I do a set, but I think it was as little as 20-30.
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