I know this has been discussed several times. However, I searched and couldn't find any good info.
Anyways, what I'm curious about is what you guys think the most effective style for doing cardio is for optimal fatloss. I have heard varrying opinions on this. Some say its better to do a lower intensity for a longer period of time and some say the opposite. Even others say you should do interval (essentially a mix between the two). I have heard from several doctors that there is an "optimal" heart rate depending on your age and whether you want to train for cardiovascular health or for fatloss. Maybe there is some type of optimal intensity to duration ratio that should be met to achieve your goals? Maybe this is all BS and you just need to get your heart pumping faster than it normall does?
Can anyone make any sense of this? Am I looking way too hard at this and I should just do some cardio the old fashioned way?