Health & Fitness
Disclaimer: most research is shorter term. No studies in athletes with several months / years of fat-adaptation under their belt. Let’s remember epigenetics.
What is metabolic flexibility?
Ability to burn carbs or fat efficiently. Many lean professional athletes can do both. Partly due to genetics. Partly due to diet and training. Ideally you would have both.
Signs you are not good a burning your own fat for fuel
What is fat oxidation?
Fat adapted athletes might not need to fuel and less likely to bonk
Changes in expression of genes that burn fat for fuel
Increase in fat oxidation over weeks
May increase central fatigue (perceived exertion)
May lead to slower times
Good for perserving lean mass and building muscle
Human growth hormone from fasting
Low carb diets and fasting inc liploysis.
HIIT (cross fit)
No difference in performance in short studies
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