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    Question Looking for info on carbs burned in various KB routine(s).

    Found the information I was looking for and that my post wording question was not asked correctly . Sorry about that and thanks to mc for the reply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muskeg View Post
    Hi all,

    Has anyone out there found information that indicates the number or carbohydrates NOT calories, utilized when performing a kettlebell function (since there are quite a few, I'll take whatever has been done)?
    As a type 1 diabetic, it is an absolute must that I work with maintaining my blood sugar based on the amount of carbs burned so I can compensate responsibly with correct foods/drink and short-acting insulin via my pump.
    I am really just looking for information that would pertain to the amount of carbs burned in say a 1-hour workout, just as a for instance.
    Thanks for any direction or information provided.
    I love my Kettlebells!

    DAS
    do you have any such numbers for any other strength training activity?
    there are SO MANY types of KB workouts, i'd be interested to hear how other strength training workouts are assessed?

    thanks,

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    Hi mc,
    Thanks for the post, but I am not certain I understand what you mean by "do you have any such numbers for any other strength training activity?", in particular, the word "numbers".
    Thank you.
    DAS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muskeg View Post
    Hi mc,
    Thanks for the post, but I am not certain I understand what you mean by "do you have any such numbers for any other strength training activity?", in particular, the word "numbers".
    Thank you.
    DAS
    you asked for no. of carbs burned using kb's, right?
    ok so what info do you have on any other exercise at what intensity that lists such thing?

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    I have a question that may appear, and may be, naive. How can the body distinguish between a kcal derived from a carb and a kcal from fat? I mean, if you eat a cheeseburger, can the body pickily select the kcal that came from the meat and avoid the kcal that came from the bun, or vice versa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Semonides View Post
    I have a question that may appear, and may be, naive. How can the body distinguish between a kcal derived from a carb and a kcal from fat? I mean, if you eat a cheeseburger, can the body pickily select the kcal that came from the meat and avoid the kcal that came from the bun, or vice versa.

    well yes and no - which is sorta why i want to know what other sources the poster has about these kinds of rates.

    We know something about what fuel is privileged depending on effort/load so we could guess of fuel that's available what's being sourced for a given duration/intensity. that's why i'd be intrigued to know if and how such calculations have been done for any other exercises the poster may know about. i'm not familiar with this as part of diabetic workout checks.

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