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    Cardio after lifting

    Do I burn muscles if I do low intensity cardio right after lifting?
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    no...
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    Well the question is too generic to answer with just a simple no. How is your nutrition? What bf% are you currently at? How much activity do you do and how intense is your workout? Simple answer is no. Ultimately nobody knows the answer to this question, so I'm going to say no also.
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    Originally Posted by Junsuiakai View Post
    Well the question is too generic to answer with just a simple no. How is your nutrition? What bf% are you currently at? How much activity do you do and how intense is your workout? Simple answer is no. Ultimately nobody knows the answer to this question, so I'm going to say no also.
    I eat between 1000 and 1200 calories a day, and that’s enough to drop 0.5kg a week.
    140/150 grams of protein a day.
    My weight is 78kg and height 1.73m.
    Idk about body fat but for sure over 15%.
    I was thinking to start doing some low intensity cardio for 1 hour, in order to burn 300-350 extra calories and make my cutting quicker.
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    Originally Posted by Pel10 View Post
    I eat between 1000 and 1200 calories a day, and that’s enough to drop 0.5kg a week
    are you sure you're counting correctly? i'm a bit shorter and 66 kg, losing easily on 1800 calories a day

    if anything is going to make you lose muscle, it's your insanely low calories, not cardio
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    Originally Posted by faithbrah View Post
    are you sure you're counting correctly? i'm a bit shorter and 66 kg, losing easily on 1800 calories a day

    if anything is going to make you lose muscle, it's your insanely low calories, not cardio
    I’m pretty sure I’m counting correctly.
    The only thing I’m not sure about is breast chicken, as many sites suggest different values.
    I also don’t count oil, but I don’t think it adds more than 100 calories.
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    Originally Posted by Pel10 View Post
    I’m pretty sure I’m counting correctly.
    No you’re not.

    I’ve seen your photos, and you couldn’t function on 1000 calories a day.
    All it takes is consistency, effort, proper nutrition, good programming, and TIME.
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    Originally Posted by xsquid99 View Post
    No you’re not.

    I’ve seen your photos, and you couldn’t function on 1000 calories a day.
    It’s between 1000 and 1300 max.
    My lifestyle is pretty sedentary beside gym.
    I lift 3 times a week for an hour and a half, typically in the morning.
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    Originally Posted by Pel10 View Post
    I’m pretty sure I’m counting correctly.
    The only thing I’m not sure about is breast chicken, as many sites suggest different values.
    I also don’t count oil, but I don’t think it adds more than 100 calories.
    That oil comment made my eyes so wide...

    Oil is one of if not the most caloric dense substances imaginable. With 30g of oil you can add I think close to 400 calories. And yeah I agree with above poster.

    Also calorie counters for walking I think are so useless. I walk 8 miles min a day and I ain't burning over 500 calories. Closer to 300cal in all honesty. Still eating 1900 still losing a lb a week after 11 weeks.
    Learn to count properly and be consistent. And make sure you are strength training.

    No way you only eating 1000 and functioning. I cut on 1900 and I'm 5 9 161lb atm and cut from 172lb with 1900 calories... you are under estimating your calories big time.

    Get a white board and put it on your fridge. I recommend against apps to track food. Just read labels or Google info and weigh your food and write it on white board before you consume anything.
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    Originally Posted by Pel10 View Post
    It’s between 1000 and 1300 max.
    My lifestyle is pretty sedentary beside gym.
    I lift 3 times a week for an hour and a half, typically in the morning.
    How much weight are you currently losing per week?
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    Are you eating out at all, or consuming food where you have to take an educated guess to count? If so, you could be severely underestimating. Really easy to do, especially when there are things like shared appetizers and your portion is not apparent.
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    Originally Posted by Junsuiakai View Post
    That oil comment made my eyes so wide...

    Oil is one of if not the most caloric dense substances imaginable. With 30g of oil you can add I think close to 400 calories. And yeah I agree with above poster.

    Also calorie counters for walking I think are so useless. I walk 8 miles min a day and I ain't burning over 500 calories. Closer to 300cal in all honesty. Still eating 1900 still losing a lb a week after 11 weeks.
    Learn to count properly and be consistent. And make sure you are strength training.

    No way you only eating 1000 and functioning. I cut on 1900 and I'm 5 9 161lb atm and cut from 172lb with 1900 calories... you are under estimating your calories big time.

    Get a white board and put it on your fridge. I recommend against apps to track food. Just read labels or Google info and weigh your food and write it on white board before you consume anything.
    According to internet, 100 grams of oil is 900 calories so 30 grams of oil are slightly less than 300 calories.
    However, I don’t consume more than 10-15 grams of oil daily.
    I also counted calories and weighed the food more than once and I see no mistakes. It’s between 1000 and 1300 calories daily, no more than that.
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    Originally Posted by xsquid99 View Post
    How much weight are you currently losing per week?
    I lose A little bit more than 1 lb a week
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    Originally Posted by Pel10 View Post
    I lose A little bit more than 1 lb a week
    That rate doesn't really indicate that you're only eating 1000-1300 calories, even for a fairly sedentary male I'd expect at least 2 lbs a week if not more eating that low. Also highly unlikely you would have the energy to sustain an hour and a half workout on that low of a calorie level as well.
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    At this point I really don’t know...
    If you guys wanna help me count that’s what I eat

    Breakfast: milk ( 300 ml ) and oat flakes ( 50 gr )

    Morning snack: 150 grams Greek yogurt ( 0 fat and 0 sugar one ) in my no lifting days
    100 g banana and 200 g milk flakes in my lifting days

    Lunch: 200 grams ( raw ) chicken breast with salad ( honestly I don’t weigh salad as its calories are very low, but I don’t think it’s more than 100 grams anyway )

    Afternoon snack: 300 grams white egg

    Dinner:
    The only different meal of the day, can be 150 grams of smoked salmon, 100 grams of tuna, 150 grams of thinly sliced raw meat, 150 grams cod and so on.
    But usually no more than 300 calories.

    I also do one cheat meal a week, usually on week ends, and it’s usually a carbs meal.
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    Originally Posted by Pel10 View Post
    Lunch: 200 grams ( raw ) chicken breast with salad ( honestly I don’t weigh salad as its calories are very low, but I don’t think it’s more than 100 grams anyway )
    No cheese, croutons, or any dressing on that salad? Just lettuce and vegetables?

    What do you drink throughout the day?
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    Just oil, no more than 5 grams.
    I mostly drink water.
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    Just oil, no more than 5 grams.
    I mostly drink water.
    You measure a single TEASPOON full of oil for your salad?
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    Originally Posted by Pel10 View Post
    At this point I really don’t know...
    If you guys wanna help me count that’s what I eat

    Breakfast: milk ( 300 ml ) and oat flakes ( 50 gr )

    Morning snack: 150 grams Greek yogurt ( 0 fat and 0 sugar one ) in my no lifting days
    100 g banana and 200 g milk flakes in my lifting days

    Lunch: 200 grams ( raw ) chicken breast with salad ( honestly I don’t weigh salad as its calories are very low, but I don’t think it’s more than 100 grams anyway )

    Afternoon snack: 300 grams white egg

    Dinner:
    The only different meal of the day, can be 150 grams of smoked salmon, 100 grams of tuna, 150 grams of thinly sliced raw meat, 150 grams cod and so on.
    But usually no more than 300 calories.

    I also do one cheat meal a week, usually on week ends, and it’s usually a carbs meal.
    I don't buy this at all. 50g of oats? Thats only like 3 spoonfulls.
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    Originally Posted by Pel10 View Post
    At this point I really don’t know...
    If you guys wanna help me count that’s what I eat

    Breakfast: milk ( 300 ml ) and oat flakes ( 50 gr )

    Morning snack: 150 grams Greek yogurt ( 0 fat and 0 sugar one ) in my no lifting days
    100 g banana and 200 g milk flakes in my lifting days

    Lunch: 200 grams ( raw ) chicken breast with salad ( honestly I don’t weigh salad as its calories are very low, but I don’t think it’s more than 100 grams anyway )

    Afternoon snack: 300 grams white egg

    Dinner:
    The only different meal of the day, can be 150 grams of smoked salmon, 100 grams of tuna, 150 grams of thinly sliced raw meat, 150 grams cod and so on.
    But usually no more than 300 calories.

    I also do one cheat meal a week, usually on week ends, and it’s usually a carbs meal.
    Go on lol
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    the last 3 weeks i did 20mins of cardio right after i got up and in the afternoon i was in the gym 5times a week and i did ketogenic diet with 2000 calories.
    this cardio helped me improve my lifts and my flexibility .
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    nope your just doing increasing your heart rate a bit by burning more calories.
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    Originally Posted by Pel10 View Post
    Do I burn muscles if I do low intensity cardio right after lifting?
    To optimize results from a cardio workout and/or weight training workout one must keep cardio and weight separate. By separate I mean having at least six hours of recovery in between each. A recent study concluded that "fitness coaches should avoid scheduling two contradictory qualities (like running and weightlifting, or swimming and powerlifting) with less than a six-hour recovery period between them if the goal is to obtain full adaptive responses to each workout" (Armstrong, 2020). By separating the two by six hours your body will have enough time to recover and perform the next workout with quality reps.

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    Robineau J, Babault N, Piscione J, Lacome M, Bigard AX. Specific Training Effects of Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Exercises Depend on Recovery Duration. J Strength Cond Res. 2016 Mar;30(3):672-83. doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000000798. PMID: 25546450.
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    Originally Posted by BP4321 View Post
    To optimize results from a cardio workout and/or weight training workout one must keep cardio and weight separate. By separate I mean having at least six hours of recovery in between each. A recent study concluded that "fitness coaches should avoid scheduling two contradictory qualities (like running and weightlifting, or swimming and powerlifting) with less than a six-hour recovery period between them if the goal is to obtain full adaptive responses to each workout" (Armstrong, 2020). By separating the two by six hours your body will have enough time to recover and perform the next workout with quality reps.

    References:

    Robineau J, Babault N, Piscione J, Lacome M, Bigard AX. Specific Training Effects of Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Exercises Depend on Recovery Duration. J Strength Cond Res. 2016 Mar;30(3):672-83. doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000000798. PMID: 25546450.
    OP Specified Low intensity Cardio - this will cause negligible Muscle breakdown
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