What Exercise Burns the Most Calories?

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What are the best exercises to lose weight? Watch this video to discover the #1 exercise that burns the most calories!

0:00 Introduction: What exercise burns the most calories?
5:29 Calorie burning
6:52 Exercise and your mitochondria
7:37 How to increase mitochondria to burn fat fast
9:40 Growth hormone and fat burning
11:10 The best exercise to lose weight

In this video, we’re going to talk about the best exercise for calorie burning.

The type of calories you burn depends on your diet and exercise habits. If you consume sugar, you’re going to burn sugar calories. If you consume fat without sugar, you’ll burn fat.

Avoid overtraining, which increases cortisol and can deplete protein from your muscles.

Calorie burning largely depends on the health of your mitochondria. Your energy levels, recovery time, and endurance can indicate whether your mitochondria are healthy. Certain medications like statins weaken the mitochondria.

To increase and strengthen your mitochondria, do the following:
• Exercise with adequate rest
• Focus on thyroid health
• Increase muscle mass
• Intermittent fasting
• Cold therapy
• Consume meat

Metabolomics can examine mitochondria to determine whether they’re getting enough fuel. Insulin resistance can destroy mitochondria. Growth hormone can reduce insulin resistance, help you build more muscle, and burn more fat.

If your diet is too high in carbs, you won’t be able to burn fat. This is why it’s essential to look beyond calorie burning. Fat burning is only 15% exercise and 85% diet. The type of exercise that will help you burn the most calories is something that is high-intensity and involves as many muscles as possible.

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Dr. Berg, age 59, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices but focuses on health education through social media.

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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients, so he can focus on educating people as a full-time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose, and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this increases your awareness about the best calorie-burning exercise in the world. I’ll see you in the next video.

Dave McKinnon
 

  • @timw2083 says:

    Hmmm. First thought, burpee to pull ups

  • @LilYeshua says:

    Painting new homes for a living. You get a full body workout. I developed a six pack doing so

  • @diannedeitch5206 says:

    I say the exercise that will burn the most calories is the exercise you will do on a regular basis

  • @BF1GUN says:

    I can do an hour of plank, providing the floor supports my stomach.

  • @dogenaire7736 says:

    Weightlifting usually 700-1000 for me 1.5-2hrs

  • @C.N.1 says:

    Healthy Keto is the BOMB!!!!! See 👀 this is another reason I appreciate Dr. Berg, and I don’t listen to all the rubbish out there or the supercilious “Carnivore Tutors,” “potato McDoofs,” “The Knowledgeable Blueberrys,” “The Anointed Herbivores, etc., etc.” Just stating my honest opinion! Thank you, Dr. Berg! Have a great day, everyone! 👊

  • @fidelcatsro6948 says:

    Dr Berg notes

    The type of calories you burn depends on your diet and exercise habits. If you consume sugar, you’re going to burn sugar calories. If you consume fat without sugar, you’ll burn fat.

    Avoid overtraining, which increases cortisol and can deplete protein from your muscles.

    Calorie burning largely depends on the health of your mitochondria. Your energy levels, recovery time, and endurance can indicate whether your mitochondria are healthy. Certain medications like statins weaken the mitochondria.

    To increase and strengthen your mitochondria, do the following:
    • Exercise with adequate rest
    • Focus on thyroid health
    • Increase muscle mass
    • Intermittent fasting
    • Cold therapy
    • Consume meat

    Metabolomics can examine mitochondria to determine whether they’re getting enough fuel. Insulin resistance can destroy mitochondria. Growth hormone can reduce insulin resistance, help you build more muscle, and burn more fat.

    If your diet is too high in carbs, you won’t be able to burn fat. This is why it’s essential to look beyond calorie burning. Fat burning is only 15% exercise and 85% diet. The type of exercise that will help you burn the most calories is something that is high-intensity and involves as many muscles as possible.

    Thank you Dr Berg!!
    😺👍 (Playing with my cat: 1200 calories per hour!)

  • @voodjin says:

    Doing nothing is my most favorite exercise..

  • @PeterRabbitWhatsup says:

    Most people couldn’t do a 1 minute plank . Im 64 5’10 173 and retired. I lift weights Monday through Friday around 1 hour a day and just a couple of minutes of abs almost 7 days a week. Other than that, i do pretty much nothing unless i have some project around the house. I learned to EAT TO LIVE ….. NOT LIVE TO EAT. But on weekends i allow myself some peanut butter cups. My weight now stays around 173 . No more bread, cereals, pies, cakes, cookies, ice-cream, brownies , pasta. I don’t even eat fruits and vegetables except for 1 potato every 2 days and some Bushes baked beans added to my hamburger at night plain baked chicken at lunch and eggs and a few slices of potato fried in butter and coffee with honey and milk for breakfast.

  • @joejackson6205 says:

    Highly recommend swimming, nonstop, no resting, for 1 hour a day. Uses all muscle groups, disciplines breathing, really helps with body, muscle placement and formation. Especially, starting this when younger. The swimmers V, lasts a lifetime, even if you stop swimming.

    • @double_joseph327 says:

      I have a pool. Explain what you mean by swim for an hour?

    • @charflorida5433 says:

      I swim for one hour, non stop, 1 day a week, in my city’s fabulous olympic lap pool (I do other stuff on other days). It is truly a remarkable, refreshing, energizing exercise! Fasting, on an empty stomach. Swimming shuts off my appetite and food cravings too.

    • @charflorida5433 says:

      @@double_joseph327 Swim back and forth non stop for an hour. Do variety of different strokes.

    • @joejackson6205 says:

      @double_joseph327  if you can do laps, great. Very your strokes. Do breast stroke if you think you need a breath, or side stroke to let your heart rhythm settle. If you pool is not big enough to do laps, try running in the water from one end to the other back and forth. Not the same but great cardio.

  • @JohnGatesIII says:

    What I get from this video is simple…..you can’t exercise your way out of a BAD diet. You could run for an hour, and after that run stop and get a donut or two on the way home, and literally wipe out any “loss” you achieved from that run. Always remember, the Florida Gators (College Football team) developed “Gator”ade for 20 year olds, to drink during Summer Football camp in Florida. They didn’t care about sugar, they cared about keeping those football players upright in the Florida heat/humidity. Unless you’re truly a “Pro” athlete, or training like one, you don’t NEED some sugary drink during your workouts. If you’re burning sugar during a workout, then you aren’t burning “fat”.

    • @trapez77 says:

      Just because you aren’t losing weight doesn’t mean you aren’t getting healthier. Like gaining muscle and stamina

    • @almaburns6562 says:

      ​@@trapez77 And setting the stage for insulin resistance & NAFLD.

  • @Melissa-souz says:

    Serious runners and rock climbers are pretty amazing humans

    • @J.o.e_K says:

      Runners are a bit stressed though. Many get heart disease. Too much not good either. Cortisol can be an enemy. Sprinters healthier. Rock-climbing good also

    • @Leyla_PR says:

      It’s a good way to stay on shape but over doing it is a no no 😋

  • @alkahinat4558 says:

    I’ve been getting amazing results from swimming and water based aerobics…getting lean muscle and burning fat, do about 4-5 sessions weekly atm

  • @SC-gp7kt says:

    This is awesome thank you!!❤

  • @kthup says:

    For me it’s cycling. I love the bike. Having a knee injury cycling works best for me. Lost so much weight, feel amazing. 🚴

  • @elcoreelcore says:

    My job is intense. I use my entire body. In 8 hour shift I can burn 1000 calories or more. Leaving my desk job was the best decision. Thanks Dr

  • @HS99876 says:

    Best exercise, One hour Zoon 2 heart rate( 75% to 85% max heart rate), for me that is running outdoor( trails) at easy pace 6km per hour for one hour a day, three times a week.
    I don’t do it for fat burning, at age of 59 , I do it for my heart health, making the heart muscle stronger.

  • @helpinyerdasellavon says:

    This is amazing to know. Great video, Dr Berg. Thanks ❤😊

  • @clivebrackstone1896 says:

    Rowing by far!!! Ive been rowing at a high end for 30 years… im 180lbs i cover around 13k per hour and burn just on 800kcals per hour

  • @louiserobinson6186 says:

    Thanks Doc

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