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- Jan 23, 2014
Elliptical or stairs for me. creates more of a calorie deficit and works me harder.
I’ve got the old Bas Rutten workout cds I used to be able to do them no problem I tried it the other day and made it about 15 minutes in before I laid on the floor to do push-ups and almost pukedpre covid world i used to get most of my cardio from muay thai / boxing
since then have mostly been getting steps in or on the bike
agree with others, i just do it for heart health (2x per week is fine for this i think) and also to get me some more calories to eat
I believe that to be the best method of burning fat but cardio is another form of discipline. If you are eating a clean diet with a higher caloric intake but are burning those calories through more cardio- you are also maintaining a healthier heart. I’m trying to incorporate cardio into my schedule now more for health reasons than to cut. I could cut strictly though diet but I feel better doing what you do.LISS on a treadmill PWO for 20 minutes and adding an additional 20 minutes every time fat loss plateaus until reaching 1 hour and then I’ll incorporate fasted LISS in the morning also starting out at 20 minutes and increasing by 20 minutes every time progress stalls until reaching 1 hour. Dieting is my kryptonite. I have a real hard time controlling my hunger and cravings when cutting. I do much better at staying on track by eating higher calories and adding more cardio rather than taking out food.
I just found my original CD of those!I’ve got the old Bas Rutten workout cds I used to be able to do them no problem I tried it the other day and made it about 15 minutes in before I laid on the floor to do push-ups and almost puked
Please expand on this. Why only for those who are already very lean?
This....I prefer heavy bag work because I find it cathartic. 4 minute rounds with 30 sec between rounds, 6 rounds.Boxing.
What I hate about cardio is its boring. So I find something I enjoy.
BJJ, Grappling, etc are also fun but far harder to go in your desired intensity without attending classes.