How Does Exercise Really Burn Fat? (Exercise vs DIET) । How does exercise burn fat? | Types Of Exercise

How Does Exercise Really Burn Fat? (Exercise vs DIET) । How does exercise burn fat? | Types Of Exercise 

How Does Exercise Really Burn Fat? (Exercise vs DIET) । How does exercise burn fat? | Types Of Exercise

you've heard somebody say it in your
life I need to lose some weight I've

just gained too much this holiday season

or I really let myself go Mercy Me

there's a lot of reasons why people want

to lose weight but very few understand

exactly what's happening when they lose

weight and to be fair it's fairly

complex so we'll try to break that down

for you hi folks it's falcon and today

on waist time we asked the question how

does exercise burn fat so first off this

isn't to say that anyone should needs to

ken must or maybe could lose some weight

that's really between you the you that's

in a mirror and your doctor in some

cases how you lead your life is personal

and that's not what we want to talk

about here however in order to

understand how exercise burns fat you

need to learn how your body uses fat so

let's talk about calories a calorie

believe it or not is actually a unit of

measurement which they use to keep track

of energy typically heat energy

specifically the amount needed to raise

the temperature of one gram of water a

single degree Celsius you likely see

that number if you ever look at

nutrition information and think wow that

little huh how great and then you look

at the number of servings you look

weight this is that many servings this

is this is not big enough for me to eat

in that way hmm this is definitely one

plate full of food not six but anyway

the way your body works you need 2,000

calories every single day to continue to

operate at the same level of functioning

that you are currently so every day you

need to consume 2,000 calories and that

sounds like a lot but it's not really

if you've ever actually looked at the

calorie content of most meals they don't

really stick to that but just to be

entirely clear it's not always 2,000

calories for every single person it's

probably around there but here's

something that's pretty interesting if

you think about it about 70% of that

2,000 calories goes to the various

processes that keep you alive

for instance your kidneys you really

really need your kidneys they're a vital

part in how you keep your body pure of

toxins same goes for the liver and

really if you want to talk about it

you need your heart pretty bad too don't

you well that takes energy too

so roughly around 1400 to 1500 calories

daily go just into that just into being

alive just standing around sitting

around clicking things on your computer

sleeping eating more food that stuff

takes up 70% of the energy that you

bring in now processing that energy that

is to say digestion takes another 10% of

your energy so we've accounted for 80%

of that energy 80% of the 2,000 calories

you bring in on a daily basis goes to

life processes and breaking down your

food in the process of breaking down

your food your body will often find that

you've brought in more than 2,000

calories daily that is to say like I

said meals don't always encourage you to

eat just the amount necessary to live

they're often above 2,000 calories if

you eat three meals a day because they

kind of don't care about how many

calories are in food they care about you

buying food and well they kind of do

things to direct you away from thinking

about that sort of stuff they like the

money they don't really like the

thinking in keeping track of calories

and the food that they're putting out is

more along the lines of the thinking

than it is the getting of the money so

here's what happens with calories the

energy that you consume when you eat

food is processed by your liver into

either sugar or fat sugar is what's

actually burned and when I say sugar I

don't mean sugar exactly I don't mean

powdered sugar or sugar cane or

granulated sugar or anything like that I

actually mean glycogen which is a

polysaccharide of glucose the animals

fungi and human beings used to store

energy it's short-term storage though

because it burns well now fat doesn't

burn well and that's why fat is

long-term storage as you're burning

glycine you're gradually depleting a

short-term fuel supply if you're

performing a physical activity such as

exercise or moving a bunch of stuff that

you need in the basement because there's

too much stuff in the damn living room

if you feel like you've sort of hit the

wall so to speak it's because you've run

out of glycogen your body is now running

on fat the energy that it is stored but

it doesn't burn well like I said it's

energy that can make you feel energetic

at a much slower rate to where you don't

necessarily actually feel energetic this

is why your liver does what it does if

your liver isn't livering you're not

going to have glycogen or fat and the

liver also has the capability of going

back and forth between the two it can

take glycogen turning into fat take fat

turn it into glycogen and it is

absolutely imperative because when

you're running on sugar you obviously

feel a lot better you feel like you're

running on energy as opposed to kind of

limping along

it's why you only put gasoline into a

gasoline car you don't put like lighter

fluid into it and expect it to work like

it's supposed to

I have no idea what would happen if you

did that but I'd be willing to bet it's

not work how it's supposed to and here's

the other thing your body only uses 20%

of its energy on physical activity so

even if you did a lot of physical

activity it wouldn't necessarily even

get to the point of burning fat and your

daily food intake is somewhere relevant

to your body weight and activity level

in fact you're very rarely actually

burning fat at all the majority of the

time you're exercising you're just going

through the amount of food that you had

in that day anyhow if you didn't wear

yourself out and then keep going despite

that you probably haven't actually

burned any fence specifically this is

why people diet if people don't bring in

enough calories then their liver has to

convert fat over to fly surgeon in order

to burn his fuel for the daily

activities this obviously takes energy

as well so I mean it's got to come from

somewhere and if it's not your food it's

your fat so that's a very good reason

why to be careful when you're dieting

it's much easier to crash on account you

don't have as much glycogen there are

some people who say you should never

diet no matter what and that exercise is

how you're going to lose weight but

frankly if your doctor has said you need

to lose weight this is bad for your

heart which like I said is a very

individualized personal thing that I

have absolutely no way of saying is a

situation you may be experiencing but

usually diet works a lot better than

just exercise you really have to

exercise a lot I mean exercising and

maintaining a healthy diet is obviously

the best way to go because it's not just

about losing weight it's also about

finding a healthy medium but again I'm

not here to tell you your business if

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