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.
Trust me I know from experience.Do the work bishes!!!
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