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Agree with Chris Aceto on cylcing low intesnsity cardio for adaptation prevention

mitochondria

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he says he will have his clents take a brake for a week off or so here and there to prevent the body form adapting to the cardio and heart rate ect, to keep fat buring optimal. im personally a little in a diagreeance witht that, althoe yes it would be true that if you gave the body a week break and came back HR might be a tiny little bit higher at starting than it would be if you never breaked, but were taking milibeats. and dont think the body would be that particular on burning the fat any quicker in that next week. id say ya jsut took a break and lost good cardio time? not that its a big deal but what do you think
 

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i think hes right. the whole point of doing cardio is to raise the metabolism. after weeks and weeks of cardio ive found you can decrease the amount of days or pull it completely out and still get the increased metabolic rate, then you get the added benefit of "starting over" once you put it back in. ive always thought of cardio, thermogenics, low carbs as tools. you cycle them rather than use them every day to boost the metabolism and it never gives your body a chance to truly adapt.
 

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