A:A 200-lb person will burn approximately 850 calories. Not all of these will come from fat, but rather through glycogen (the storage form of glucose) and protein degradation. Since the body only stores 400 grams of glycogen in the muscles, most of its energy must come from somewhere else, such as processed sugars. The total calorie expenditure on just “cardio” is an average of 650 for males and 480 for females. How much fat one loses during a workout depends both on the intensity and duration. An hour long higher intensity CrossFit workout that lasts 15 minutes can lead to a loss of approximately 110-120 lbs due to water losses because your blood volume increases by 8% after a high intensity workout.” – crossfitboston
How Many Male Athletes Are Competing In The Crossfit Opem??
Sep 10, 2011 @ 10:40am I see a lot of male athletes in the Crossfit Opem and they hold the WOD without any problem. Matt Keith • What is your opinion on people doing “too much” cardio for race training? Aug 12, 2011 @ 4:22pm During most races you can run you legs off and at some points we push it hard. This is part of our program that works for us which includes short, high intensity efforts mixed in throughout the entire workout. I’m sure there is some research out there to support our beliefs when running before bike or swim workouts but when you’re just trying to get ready for a race yours must be very different than ours so I’ll keep my mouth shut 🙂
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