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    I hate cardio????

    I hate cardio. I absolutely hate running. I know there is a lot of people like me. Just wondering what alternates you guys be doing to get a good cardio workout. Thanks in advance!
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    Originally Posted by JohnnyBoy5587 View Post
    I hate cardio. I absolutely hate running. I know there is a lot of people like me. Just wondering what alternates you guys be doing to get a good cardio workout. Thanks in advance!
    crosstrainer and rowing machine, or a high volume weight traing with little or no rest between sets
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    It doesn't always have to be running..but make sure it is always high intesity if you are trying to lose weight..hit the bike, oliptical, or the stairclimber..switch it up a bit, otherwise it gets boring. Cardio is never fun, but if we want to keep the fat off, it is a must do.
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    I hate running also. I started jumping rope and bought a speedbag. When jumping rope I speed jump and change up the jump every 20 seconds so it doesnt get boring. I also picked up one of Alan Kahn's speedbag videos and books to keep the speedbag from getting boring. He shows how to hit the bag from all angles along with your elbows and has some good combinations to try.
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    Originally Posted by JohnnyBoy5587 View Post
    I hate cardio. I absolutely hate running. I know there is a lot of people like me. Just wondering what alternates you guys be doing to get a good cardio workout. Thanks in advance!
    Farmer's walks or sled dragging. Rucksacking (weighted backpack walks) is good too. You couldn't PAY me to run.

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    I just force myself to do it. I rarely use treadmills or run though, generally an eliptical guy, or HIIT on a bike/stair stepper.
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    I hate running too but I'm in weight losing mode so I force myself to do it. I usually alternate between the treadmill and the elliptical. I enjoy the elliptical a lot more.
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    the step mil (escelator type) is the only way to go. fat burning workout for 30 - 40 min at around 50 - 80 steps per min (vary through each workout). it's easier than running and 70 or so steps/min can burn over 1000 cals an hour. it that doesn't beat running I don't know what does.
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    Do some conditioning work, fullbody circuits or BB complexs..

    Burpees, Jumping Jacks, Situps

    Pullups, DB Lunges, Bench Press, and Crunches, all performed rigth after each other with no rest between sets, would be an example of a nice FB circuit or giant set

    BB Complexes are exercises all done in a row with a barbell: Snatches, Overhead Presses, Back Squats, Bent Rows, SLDLs
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    Originally Posted by Carmen0857 View Post
    Do some conditioning work, fullbody circuits or BB complexs..

    Burpees, Jumping Jacks, Situps

    Pullups, DB Lunges, Bench Press, and Crunches, all performed rigth after each other with no rest between sets, would be an example of a nice FB circuit or giant set

    BB Complexes are exercises all done in a row with a barbell: Snatches, Overhead Presses, Back Squats, Bent Rows, SLDLs

    Hey man..

    are Burpees really helpful in weight loss or just strength training ?
    I do them on and off but I notice that I sweat much more when doing HIIT on Treadmill .. does that mean that I am loosing more fat when running than burpees ?
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    Originally Posted by DJAuto View Post
    I eat clean.
    That's not really an alternative, now is it?
    No sir, I don't like it.
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    I shoot the rock for a good 20 minutes, then grab the jump rope and can easily pound out 1,000 jumps in under 5 minutes, then go to a treadmill and put the incline at 10 at around 3.7-4 and walk that for 10 minutes. Try that and see what it does for ya. Oh yea, forgot to mention, I do this all before I lift too and am sitting at 194 now.


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    Cardio can be fun and that also makes it easier to get more acomplished. Swimming, biking (acutally going somewhere), gymnastics, freerunning, get friends and play frisbee, football, etc. etc.
    Also things like this work more muscles and also build coordination, speed, and joints as opposed to just sitting on an exersize bike.
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    Diet

    Originally Posted by JohnnyBoy5587 View Post
    I hate cardio. I absolutely hate running. I know there is a lot of people like me. Just wondering what alternates you guys be doing to get a good cardio workout. Thanks in advance!
    Keep a really really strict diet. I never do cardio and I got a six pack. Oh course you'd need to do cardio if you are prepping for a show.
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    Swimming

    Originally Posted by freerunner View Post
    Cardio can be fun and that also makes it easier to get more acomplished. Swimming, biking (acutally going somewhere), gymnastics, freerunning, get friends and play frisbee, football, etc. etc.
    Also things like this work more muscles and also build coordination, speed, and joints as opposed to just sitting on an exersize bike.
    I agree with free runner, with the exception of swimming. Although swimming is one of the best cardio vascular exercises to increase your endurance... its terrible for burning fat which I believe is your goal. Because you are in water your core temp never rises too high and you dont burn as much fat as you would with running/biking.
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    Originally Posted by Rick_Trahan View Post
    I agree with free runner, with the exception of swimming. Although swimming is one of the best cardio vascular exercises to increase your endurance... its terrible for burning fat which I believe is your goal. Because you are in water your core temp never rises too high and you dont burn as much fat as you would with running/biking.
    This is the kind of thing that 99.9% of people do not need to worry about.

    The difference cardio makes for your average physique trainereis much more about total caloric expenditure, and not much at all about the particular metabolic fuel used during the activity. (Save for muscle, of course).

    Whether you are burning a few more hundred calories per week directly from lipids in your bloodstream vs simply burning off carbohydrate is going to make about zero difference in how you look at the end of the month.
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    That's not really an alternative, now is it?
    Yes, it is.
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    Originally Posted by DJAuto View Post
    Yes, it is.
    Do explain how diet can accomplish what cardiovascular exercise does besides reducing bodyfat.
    No sir, I don't like it.
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    Running sucks when you suck at running. I used to hate running, too, but follow this program (start at week seven: two minutes running, 28 minutes walking), and before you know it, you'll be running 3+ miles and hardly break a sweat.
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