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Unformatted text preview: . CHO kcals •  How many fat kcals burned in each exercise? 100 kcal ~500 80 kcal ~100 •  How many CHO kcals burned in each exercise? 400 kcal 20 kcal 9 Fat vs. CHO kcals 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Total kcal Fat kcal CHO kcal 10 Total number of fat kcal’s used during high intensity exercise is more than the total number of fat kcal’s expended during low intensity exercise (absolute) Should this still be used? 11 If someone wants to lower body fat… what should they do? OR 12 If you only have 30 minutes…what should you do? Run or walk? •  30 minutes walking= 100 kcals •  30 minutes running= 500 kcals •  If you walked for 30 minutes everyday, how many kcals would you burn? –  700 kcals/week •  What if you ran? –  3500 kcals/week 1 lb fat= 3500 kcal 13 Thermogenesis Differences (high intensity vs. low intensity) •  Higher metabolic rate during exercise –  WHY? –  Supply body with energy •  Higher post- exercise thermogenesis •  Gradual decrease in metabolic rate post exercise 14 What happens when I eat? OR 100 kcals burned 400 kcals eaten Energy surplus of 300 kcals 400 kcal sandwich Energy out Energy in Weight gain 500 kcals burned 400 kcals eaten 100 kcal “extra kcal” not replaced Energy deficit of 100 kcals Energy in Energy out Weight loss 15 But if I’m walking, I won’t get as tired, so I might be able to exercise for a longer time period than if I run. If that’s true, how much more time would I need to walk to burn the same number of kcals? 16 30 minutes 150 minutes (2.5 hours) per occasion 17 Reminders… •  Weekly assignment due on 2/16/14 •  Again, all assignments are due at 11:59pm •  Plan ahead, Moodle is very slow at ~11:00pm when an assignment is due. 18...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2014 for the course KIN 110 taught by Professor Lass during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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