Running can burn fat, so the more you run, the better the fat reduction effect will be.

Running is a very effective exercise to lose weight, and it is the first choice for the majority of dieters. However, due to the lack of relevant sports knowledge, many people will encounter many problems when they lose weight by running.

For example, I think that the more I run, the more fat I consume, so I am desperate to run wildly, and I can’t wait to run tens of thousands of kilometers in one day to consume all the body fat.

The more you run, the more fat you consume. To some extent, this view is correct. But the problem is that the human body has its limits. A body with an excessive body fat rate cannot run forever. Even if you think you can keep running, your body is gradually collapsing.

Every time you run, there is actually a limit value. When you are about to reach the limit, your body will show some signals as a warning. If you run faster, when you reach the limit, your running speed will drop uncontrollably. No matter how fast you want to run, you can’t take a bigger step. This is because there is little muscle glycogen left in your body, and the proportion of fat consumption has reached the maximum, but the energy provided by fat consumption is actually not much, which is not enough to support your running faster. This is a very important signal that your body can’t run much longer.

If the brain is still trying to run at this time, it can only decompose the protein in the muscle to provide energy as a supplement, which is very harmful to the muscle tissue and the root cause of running off the muscle. While consuming protein’s function, the brain will secrete endorphins, which is a natural analgesic and can relieve the pain of reaching the limit. At this time, you will suddenly change from a painful running state to a light-footed one. This is actually a second warning, but many people mistakenly think that running is getting better and better, so they will run more and expand the harm caused by excessive running.

After the muscle mass caused by long-term excessive running decreases, the basal metabolic rate of the body will also decrease, and the speed of fat loss will slow down. This is really "going too far".

In addition, excessive running in desperate pursuit of running distance will also lead to terrible consequences such as joint wear, muscle strain and even acute renal failure.

The process of losing weight is very long, and there is no shortcut at all. If you run moderately and develop running habits slowly, the body fat rate will gradually decrease unconsciously.