Neither. :) Because you're aiming for the same rate of weight loss, if you burn more, you need to eat more, and if you burn less, you eat less. You adjust your diet to the amount of exercise you do, so that no matter how much exercising you do, you are still aiming for the same approximate weight loss goal.
It's all about the amount of time you spend. If you're short on time, then the higher intensity workout would be a better way to spend your time. If you enjoy a less intense workout, that's good, too.
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 3/31/2013 (21:26)
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