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Q: exercise physiology - fast pace vs slow pace vs caloric expenditure ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: exercise physiology - fast pace vs slow pace vs caloric expenditure
Category: Sports and Recreation > Training
Asked by: gingythemountaineer-ga
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Posted: 17 Jul 2006 13:59 PDT
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Question ID: 747166
Another debate among my friends.  The debate is whether getting to a
mountain peak at a fast pace uses more calories compared to a slower
pace.  I am interested in which strategy uses more calories (or are
they the same) discounting for the extra time involved in the slower
pace.  Another way to put this is are more, the same, or fewer
calories used (above the basal rate) on a fast climb compared to a
slower climb?
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