It takes about 90 minutes of low-intensity exercise to deplete glycogen stores, according to Iowa State University. Running for Fitness advises people to take food or sports drinks on runs that last for more than two hou... More »

Although it is true that hepatic tissues of the liver store the highest amount of glucose as glycogen relative to muscle tissues, the liver actually only holds 40 percent of the body's glycogen. This is simply because th... More »

The primary way that animals, or more specifically, animal cells store glucose is in a compound known as glycogen. Glycogen is primarily stored by liver cells, but some is also stored in muscle cells for immediate use if... More »

Carbohydrates are stored in the muscles and liver in the form of glycogen, according to Iowa State University's sports nutrition program. Once the glycogen stores in the muscles and liver are full, carbohydrates are then... More »

Anaerobic exercise involves short, intense bursts that burn stored glycogen as fuel, explains Barbara Gibson of Fitness 19. During anaerobic exercise, no oxygen is present and lactic acid builds within the tissues. Once ... More »

Before a running race it's essential that runners eat foods that are rich in carbohydrates to restore the stores of glycogen in their livers. Protein, fat and fiber consumption should be very low. More » Health Fitness & Exercise Race Training & Events

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends at least 150 minutes moderate-intensity cardio exercise each week. Engaging in 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity cardio produce similar benefits. More » Health Fitness & Exercise Exercise