i am at 26% bf approx.
wanna go down to 15% ..and just weights and low carbs in the evening isnt giving fast results..also coz i live in asia...and cant avoid rice totally.
so was wondering if morning i went for 45 minute cardio....came home..had breakfast.
and then had 2 more meals during the day and then went for weight training in the evening around 7 pm.
or should i alternate with 3 days cardio..3 days weight..(alternating) and one day rest?
suggestions on including cardio in my routine
my metabolism is very poor....only burn 1700 calories per day.
Thread: Morning Cardio, evening Weights?
01-27-2010, 06:58 AM #1
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01-27-2010, 07:05 AM #2
I am doing the same thing. I would do 15-20 minutes of HIIT on your non-lifting days. Then do 15-20 minutes of LISS after your lifting session.
You also mention low-carb,that is a bad way to lose weight well lifting. Look at carb cycling,eat more on lift days and less on non-lift days. Your body will shut down if you don't give it carbs at the right times. I am not saying you won't lose weight,just that is will not be the right kind of losses.
Low carb works better for people who are less active,the body just responds different.
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