So I'm having trouble pinning down a somewhat informed/scientific answer to this question -
Given two identical people (same body composition, etc.) who are performing the same *light* activity (e.g., Office work, a hundred steps here and there, and NOT exercise), how big of a difference (in very, very rough percentage terms) would there be between their caloric burns if one was at a HR of 70 bpm and the other had one of 90 bpm?
I know that in the real world, this would ultimately be dependent on a number of factors, but what if HR was the only variable?
June 9, 2016 6:00PM
edited June 2016