We asked experts what’s best for you, the average running, cycling or walking user, and what to expect from each fuel type in each category.
Here’s what they had to say:The good news is you can run with almost any kind of fuel, as long as you know what you’re doing and how it’ll affect your performance.
There are a few rules to follow when choosing a fuel: It should not be an energy drink or a hybrid fuel, and it should not have any sort of alcohol or carbonated beverage.
But the best fuel to use for running is definitely the natural gas.
A blend of natural gas and diesel will give you the fastest burn, and a blend of both natural gas, propane, propylene glycol and acetylene will give the most power.
The bad news is that you need to make sure you’re running on natural gas in order to keep your heart rate and heart rate variability within safe limits.
You can check out our detailed article on how to do that here.
The most common types of fuel for running are natural gas or diesel, with the occasional blend of propane or natural gas depending on what type of fuel you’re using.
Natural gas can run faster, and its emissions are less than some other fuels, such as ethanol.
Diesel is the least-efficient fuel to run on, but you can use it to power your electric bike or your hybrid electric car.
You can find a detailed list of the best running and cycling fuels here.
But what about walking?
The most common type of walking fuel is methanol, and there are a number of different types of it.
Most of them are natural gasoline or diesel.
For a great overview of all the different types, check out the list here.
But you can also find a list of walking fuels here and this handy guide for choosing the right type of running fuel.