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    Balancing Cardio & lifting?

    I feel like in the last few years my heartrate has been elevated higher in my normal 60-70min lifting. I havent really been great at cardio historically because its never been an issue.

    How are you 30-35year+ olds balancing cardio and lifting? How much cardio should I consider adding in to see if that might help improve my heart rate?
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    This book has the answer to all your questions and more. Highly recommend it.

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    Originally Posted by GrouchyUSMC View Post
    This book has the answer to all your questions and more. Highly recommend it.

    https://www.amazon.com/Tactical-Barb.../dp/B0143HDCWS
    Thanks I read the intro and that sounds like something that interests me - purchased!
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    I lift weights by priority right now. I keep up my long-distance cardio daily, but it is far from the first thing I work on.

    I remember seeing some YT exposé on bb.com video like 14 years ago that quoted one of your posts in the misc lol.
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    Originally Posted by backinbusiness View Post
    Thanks I read the intro and that sounds like something that interests me - purchased!
    Game changer for me. Thanks to their programming philosophy, I was hitting PRs in the gym when I ran my first half marathon, then later was doing some long endurance events while still keeping my strength. Highly recommend it.
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    Originally Posted by GrouchyUSMC View Post
    Game changer for me. Thanks to their programming philosophy, I was hitting PRs in the gym when I ran my first half marathon, then later was doing some long endurance events while still keeping my strength. Highly recommend it.
    Wow, that's quite impressive.

    Were your PRs squat/deadlift numbers alongside the distance running? I could see it not impinging the bench too much, but not with the lower body.

    I have been able to run 6-10 mile stints but only squatting/deadlifting at maintenance levels of performance concurrently.
    Bench: 320
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    Deadlift: 495

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    I start about 5-10 minutes of strict form cardio to start out. It's a pretty modest pace considering the attention to form. From there I do it as regularly and at any point of my workout but try to only raise the time based on my observed ability to do it every day, so it's gradual.
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    I aim for 3 weights and two cardio sessions a week.

    Cardio day is running, 1 an exercise, rear delts and burpees
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    Originally Posted by EliKoehn View Post
    Wow, that's quite impressive.

    Were your PRs squat/deadlift numbers alongside the distance running? I could see it not impinging the bench too much, but not with the lower body.

    I have been able to run 6-10 mile stints but only squatting/deadlifting at maintenance levels of performance concurrently.
    Sorry I'm a few days late in answering. TB isn't rocket surgery, it's just a smart dead simple way of periodization and adapting mileage based off of your % for that week. One of the main trainers (who has since left and started his own thing) had a ~1300 total when he ran a sub 2 hour marathon.

    It's not a program that will get you to pull 600 pounds or run a 100 mile trail run, but you could potentially pull 500 while being able to run a marathon.
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