Reports say that running at high temperatures not only increases exercise intensity, but also increases the proportion of carbohydrates in the mixture consumed, and even running at the same intensity increases the proportion of carbohydrate consumed in the mixture. So we can say with certainty that running in the hot weather consumes more carbohydrates than when the weather is cool. This means that if you plan to run long distances in hot weather, you should be prepared to add more carbohydrates.
But if you want to lose weight by running, is this so-called ratio of carbohydrate to fat consumption important? Or should people who want to lose weight only pay attention to the total amount of consumption? Many people will produce similar results based on the consumption theory mentioned above. Thoughts. For example, by controlling or reducing exercise intensity, keep your body in a so-called "fat-consuming area." In theory, this is true, but it's like you are sitting on a sports bike with slow and unrestrained moving legs, although the body is mainly consuming fat, but because the total calories needed is too low, fat consumption Proportional dominance is also useless.
Therefore, if you want to lose weight, increasing exercise intensity and increasing the total amount of calorie consumption is the right way. In addition, as your body becomes healthier, your body's metabolic capacity increases and your ability to burn fat increases. Therefore, our goal should not be to achieve maximum fat burning in low-intensity exercise, but to maintain physical health and metabolic capacity through relatively hard training, so that your overall fat burning rate will double. People don't have to worry too much about how to get the best fat burning speed. (Compile/Ren Yiheng)xx