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Steady-state cardio is aerobic: It requires oxygen and is fueled mostly by stored fat. HIIT, by contrast, is anaerobic: The work intervals don’t rely exclusively on oxygen, and are fueled mostly by stored carbohydrates. (Counterintuitively, HIIT makes you breathe harder, and burns more fat, than steady-state cardio. Like HIIT, steady-state cardio makes your heart more efficient, getting oxygen to the muscles more quickly.
Steady-state cardio also lowers blood pressure, 11 reduces stress and anxiety and, along with a healthy diet, can help you lose weight. Though some trainers argue that steady-state cardiovascular training is inefficient, others counter that this traditional approach to cardio exercise delivers indispensable benefits you can’t get from pushing the envelope every time you work out. And although plenty of researchers have recently trumpeted the value of fast, über-intense cardio (also known as high-intensity interval training, or HIIT.
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is much more metabolic on the body, meaning it has a greater impact on your total energy expenditure and calorie burn over the course of the entire day when compared to steady state cardio. However, “cardio” is an incredibly broad term. Some prefer steady state cardio (which is highly aerobic in nature) while others prefer high-intensity interval training (which requires more of a.
For some of you, your running speed and distance is an incredible workout. For others, what you might call “high intensity” is to me a walk in the park. So it is all well and good saying “HIIT is better than steady state cardio for fat loss”, but that depends on the intensity and the time exercised for.
So, you burn more energy while you’re resting in the hours after working out, more so than LISS cardio. As mentioned earlier, HIIT cardio also gives you a more muscular physique than LISS. Jonathan Mike, PhD, from Albuquerque, NM, says it best: “The truth is that both high-intensity interval training and steady-state cardio are effective in their own ways.” Aerobic and anaerobic exercises both affect the body and heart differently Too much of one style of exercise and not enough of the other can push the body out of balance.
High intensity cardio is better for people who aren’t in a fasted state (ex: pre-contest) and don’t have to worry about every last once of muscle. It is good for people who don’t have hours a week to waste walking slowly on a treadmill. With high intensity cardio, you can burn more fat and calories in the same amount of time than low intensity.
Steady-state cardio: Steady-state cardio is when you do any type of exercise, like running or cycling, and stay at a steady pace. It’s effective for improving your endurance and stamina and will.
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