Fastest Way To Lose Weight

Best Way to Lose Fat | The Science of the Fat Burning Zone

Best Way to Lose Fat | The Science of the Fat Burning Zone

Best Way to Lose Fat | The Science of the Fat Burning Zone

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Best Way to Lose Fat | The Science of the Fat Burning Zone

In this video, Jonathan from the Institute of Human Anatomy discusses how the body utilizes fats vs carbohydrates during different types of exercise intensities. He also discusses the “fat burning zone” and the most effective ways of burning fat.


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Dunford, Marie; Doyle, J. Andrew. Nutrition for Sport and Exercise (p. 84-91, 203-210). Cengage Learning. Kindle Edition.

Video Timeline

00:00 – 00:51 Intro
00:52 – 01:44 The Main Places Where You Find Fat
01:45 – 03:05 Burning Fats vs Burning Carbs
03:06 – 04:42 Recovering From Those Workouts! AG1!
04:43 – 08:31 Is There Actually a Fat Burning Zone?
08:32 – 10:21 Is the Fat Burning Zone the Best Way to Burn Fat?
10:22 – 11:53 What is the Most Effective Way to Burn Fat?
11:54 – 12:29 Some Pros/Cons of Higher Intensity Workouts
12:30 – 15:14 Additional Benefits of Zone 2/Fat Burning Zone
15:15 – 16:20 How Your Body Uses Fats After Exercise
16:21 – 18:11 Why This Ultimately Depends On You & Your Goals
18:12 – 19:30 Can You Control Where You Pull Fat From?


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  1. I used to go to the gym in the morning before I ate breakfast and at night and burn 1000 calories per session (2000 calories x day) and was vegan and went from a 38 waist to a 27 waist in less than 6 months. That’s probably the best I ever felt in my life tbh. I’m not vegan anymore but yeah.

    I wasn’t even sweating just burning a ton of calories doing cardio or cardio + muscle groups lol. I also didn’t eat more than 1500 – 2000 calories each day.

    I also used the sauna every time I went to the gym which can increase growth hormones. I didn’t notice much of a muscle loss like people talk about when you’re in a deficient. I was just primarily melting fat lol. Never been able to efficiently burn fat like that ever.

    Then again I spent about 3 – 4 hours in the gym everyday which was quite time consuming. 1.5 to 2 hours per session. Split it up to reduce cortisol spikes and to give my body and legs some rest. Either did 2 sessions of cardio or 1 session of cardio + 1 session of a muscle group or 2. Always did my muscle groups at night and not in the morning.

    I also ate at specific times during the afternoon / night. Intermittent fasting. So yeah there’s a lot I was doing but it was working very well. I tried to increase my sit-ups by 1 – 2 per day. So if I started with 30 I would then try 31-32 the next day. (This was a bit too much after a while especially when I was in the 100s range)

  2. In ayurved pathy you get a perfect balance of How much to exercise .
    it is clearly written their to exercise during healthy seasons like winters upto half of your energy levels such as when you feels like heavy breathing stops exercise sit siletly and just focus on your breathe do not forcefully control your breathe

  3. Thank you so much jonathan for giving us such great insight on this topic. I have a request, could you please suggest some exercises that could help us burn more fat in the zone 2 training category

  4. Carbs vs Fats: if the athlete was on a carnivore diet and only eating meat with fat but with practically no carbs, how would the graph be looking? And if there weren't enough carbohydrates in his system, would the fat kcal/min still drop or would they rise again? Would they drop at all?

  5. According to some research you CAN Burn localized fat on your Legs: running or cycling after leg weight workout oxidases local fat on the legs. Is the only body part where it's possible to do it,

  6. Great video ❤️i think if you explained it with the type of muscle that your body uses for each type of exercise, it would've made the whole concept clearer

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