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In Episode #2 of ‘In The Lab With The Mountain Dog’ hosts John Meadows and Adam McVey interview hormonal expert Dr. Eric Serrano.
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However, Dr. Eric Serrano is mistaking calories and distance. A calorie is a measurement of energy. Work is a measurement of force applied to distance of a displaced body. While the distance of running versus walking a mile is the same, the force required to walk versus run is different. In classical mechanics for systems of constant mass, force is a product of mass and acceleration. The mass of the individual is the same in both cases but the acceleration required is not. Acceleration is the rate which velocity changes per unit time. In running, more acceleration means more force means more work which requires more calories.
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