Exercise and heat

The processes of thermogenesis only kick in to keep you warm when you are truly cold. Exercising alone may generate enough heat that your body wouldn't burn any extra calories through shivering and brown fat.

The best way to use the cold to burn more calories would be not to exercise while you're outdoors or to exercise in light enough clothes in subzero temperatures.

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Do you burn more calories exercising in the cold? Here's what the science says.

Do you burn more calories exercising in the cold? Here's what the science says.

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