Three types of sports get fatter

Three types of sports get fatter

It is said that exercise can lose weight, this is not absolute!

Recently, the United States “Plastics” magazine wrote that the three types of sports will make people more fat.

  1.

Massive exercise.

If the amount of exercise is too large, the body’s required oxygen, nutrients and metabolites will increase accordingly. At this time, the heart must increase the output of blood for transportation.

  When the amount of exercise is large, the blood output of the heart cannot meet the body’s need for oxygen, leaving the body in an anaerobic metabolic state.

Anaerobic metabolism does not use adults as the main energy release, but mainly breaks down the glycogen stored in the human body as energy release.

  Because in a hypoxic environment, a few can not be used at all, and some incompletely oxidized acid substances, such as ketone bodies, can reduce human endurance.

After a short period of high-intensity exercise, the blood sugar level will decrease, causing serious problems. At this time, people will have an appetite, which is extremely unfavorable to weight loss.

  2.

Short-time exercise.

When performing aerobic exercise, the glycogen stored in the human body is first used to release energy; after 30 minutes of exercise, the energy conversion from glycogen release to trace release energy begins.

After about an hour of exercise, the energy required for exercise is mainly accidental energy supply. Then, just when it started to break down, people stopped exercising, and the weight loss effect was naturally not good.

  3.

Rapid explosive sports, such as sprinting, ball sports, etc.

Human muscles are composed of many muscle fibers, mainly divided into white muscle fibers and red muscle fibers.

Such as rapid explosive power exercise, the main muscles are white muscle fibers, and the cross section of white muscle fibers is thick, so the muscle group is easy to develop and thick.

With this method, you will become more and more fat.

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