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    Cardio in the morning and weight training at night...


    What you guys think about this approach, is it too much? i would like to add cardio in the morning and lift weights at night with high intensity. i want to gain more stamina and better definition withou losing too much weight.

    i had a friend who trains boxing (profesional) the mofo is big and also shreded, and he does this every day.
    Being on top gives me a better view then I am able to see some of my "friends" true colors, they would try to bring me down from the bottom, but they cant... are they strong enough? Well they dont even lift, I do Tren :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by KenTheEagle View Post
    What you guys think about this approach, is it too much? i would like to add cardio in the morning and lift weights at night with high intensity. i want to gain more stamina and better definition withou losing too much weight.

    i had a friend who trains boxing (profesional) the mofo is big and also shreded, and he does this every day.
    A lot of people like the notion of splitting up cardio and weights. This will provide benefits as far as post workout nutrition goes and recovery.

    I personaly just do cardio after i train but i cant be doing two a days for most of the week as my time doesnt permit. If you can though then by all means hammer it out!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3clipseGT View Post
    A lot of people like the notion of splitting up cardio and weights. This will provide benefits as far as post workout nutrition goes and recovery.

    I personaly just do cardio after i train but i cant be doing two a days for most of the week as my time doesnt permit. If you can though then by all means hammer it out!
    thanks my friend, will do i am also using a sauna suit and i jump rope in the mornings, however i will only use the sauna suit for a month, but i will keep this protocol to see how it goes.

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    Being on top gives me a better view then I am able to see some of my "friends" true colors, they would try to bring me down from the bottom, but they cant... are they strong enough? Well they dont even lift, I do Tren :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by KenTheEagle View Post
    thanks my friend, will do i am also using a sauna suit and i jump rope in the mornings, however i will only use the sauna suit for a month, but i will keep this protocol to see how it goes.

    ***BTW! good to see you are a FINAFLEX rep, ive heard great things about you guys, will try theire products soon!

    Definitely. Its all about trial and error and seeing what works and what doesnt.

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    in the grand scheme of things, unless you know how to program intensity, frequency, and volume properly then it wont matter whether you do 2 a days or not. what will matter is if you workout hard enough, eat hard enough, and sleep hard enough.
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