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    Cardio post workout or fasted?

    Im doing my 45 min low intensity cardio post-workout but im thinking about switching my cardio to 45 min fasted before breakfast and none post-workout. Would there be a difference?
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    Fasted cardio is not necessary or beneficial.

    Post-workout is fine, or if you can, split up your workout and training.*

    But NOT fasted cardio.
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    Agree..... Not an advocate for fasted cardio either.... However, 45-mins seems a bit much for PWO as well but don't know much about your (goals, current work-out regimen, etc).

    Did you "progress" to 45 min sessions or did you just add them in PWO?
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    I was doing 30 min cardio post workout but my fat burning hit a plateau; So this week I started carb cycling and also added 15 min more cardio post workout. I was just wondering if fasted cardio with glutamine and l-carnitine pre-breakfast would be the same thing as doing 45 min post-workout cardio. I sometimes have to rush my weight-training sessions to have enough time for cardio so im curious.
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    Agree..... Not an advocate for fasted cardio either.... However, 45-mins seems a bit much for PWO as well but don't know much about your (goals, current work-out regimen, etc).
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    Originally Posted by zaddaba View Post
    Agree..... Not an advocate for fasted cardio either.... However, 45-mins seems a bit much for PWO as well but don't know much about your (goals, current work-out regimen, etc).
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    Originally Posted by b_rad152 View Post
    I was doing 30 min cardio post workout but my fat burning hit a plateau; So this week I started carb cycling and also added 15 min more cardio post workout. I was just wondering if fasted cardio with glutamine and l-carnitine pre-breakfast would be the same thing as doing 45 min post-workout cardio. I sometimes have to rush my weight-training sessions to have enough time for cardio so im curious.
    Rushing your Wk-outs in lieu of cardio is certainly counter-productive. IF you are experiencing time restraint issues, you can certainly split your sessions. (cardio in the a.m. and weight training later on that day).

    Having said that, hitting plateau's is quite normal. When you DO reach a plateau, you should only alter ONE variable at a time.... Not two or multiple variables. The reason being, you WILL hit another plateau! What then? Reduce cals even further; increase cardio some more? Pretty soon you'll be consuming 1000 cals/day and performing 2 hrs of cardio. Then what? I see this happen all the time. Getting "in shape" takes time; There's no way around it!! The human body DOES NOT want to be @ single digit BF levels. It's a basic mode of survival. Tweak ONE factor at a time so you have room to make another tweak when you reach another plateau.

    What's your current wk-out schedule, ~BF% and goal(s) (what are you working towards)? Getting ready for competition or just trying to shed BF?
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    depending on bf% cardio may be beneficial fasted to mobilize stubborn fat with yohimbee and caffeine read that on lyles site somewhere
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