Anybody here walks, joggs or do aerobic exercise 6 days a week?

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    Anybody here walks, joggs or do aerobic exercise 6 days a week?


    HELLO ALL: I would like to know if it's possible to do aerobic exercises as part of our weight loss routine 6 days a week? I ask this because right now i am walking 4 days a week, but i would like to do it 6 days a week to accelerate fat burning and weight loss. I walk 45 minutes at 5PM

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    If your just trying to loose weight fcuk yea do all the cardio you can handle. I do cardio 3-4 times a week just to stay lean while I bulk!
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    yes you can.

    That or cut calories if you are at a plateau.
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    I swim, bike and/or run 7 days a week for 2 hours a day does that count


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    Quote Originally Posted by CROWLER View Post
    I swim, bike and/or run 7 days a week for 2 hours a day does that count


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    Good greef, I thought I did a lot of cardio. I guess that's one way to save on gas money lol.
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    Hello, wow, indeed !! 7 days a week of aerobic exercising wether it is walking, jogging, bicycling or running would put me into a catabolic-state. That's a lot of energies spent at aerobic exercises

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    Good greef, I thought I did a lot of cardio. I guess that's one way to save on gas money lol.
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    Depends what your training for, my trainer has requested that I do no more than 15 min a day , she is concerned about losing muscle, even with BCAA's.
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    Hello, yeah i've noticed that too much aerobic exercising decreases the strength in the weight training room. That's the *big problem* with aerobics, however aerobic exercising is great for shaping, and burnin fat

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    Depends what your training for, my trainer has requested that I do no more than 15 min a day , she is concerned about losing muscle, even with BCAA's.
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    I would advise that if you're going to do cardio that often (or at all), you try out High Intensity Interval Training for 20-30 minutes instead of steady state cardio for 45. There is a lot of research to support that people doing HIIT will burn more fat and preserve more muscle than people doing steady state for longer periods of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanOFelt View Post
    I would advise that if you're going to do cardio that often (or at all), you try out High Intensity Interval Training for 20-30 minutes instead of steady state cardio for 45. There is a lot of research to support that people doing HIIT will burn more fat and preserve more muscle than people doing steady state for longer periods of time.
    QFT. HIIT for the win!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanOFelt View Post
    I would advise that if you're going to do cardio that often (or at all), you try out High Intensity Interval Training for 20-30 minutes instead of steady state cardio for 45. There is a lot of research to support that people doing HIIT will burn more fat and preserve more muscle than people doing steady state for longer periods of time.
    This is good advise. Providing your in good enough shape to already to do it. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by crader View Post
    Depends what your training for, my trainer has requested that I do no more than 15 min a day , she is concerned about losing muscle, even with BCAA's.
    pssttt Try using Havoc and I bet you will NOT lose muscle

    I gained 6 lbs while biking 250 miles a week, doing 10 mile runs and swimming 15,000 meters a week an am up over 200lbs

    I have a half ironman triathlon coming up.


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    If your nutrient/protein intake is adequate, muscle loss shouldn't be a huge concern, especially if your cardio involves walking as the main source of aerobic exercise.
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    That should be great doing that much cardio for loosing weight and shaping... remember to eat enough food that will power you through the day though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CROWLER View Post
    pssttt Try using Havoc and I bet you will NOT lose muscle

    I gained 6 lbs while biking 250 miles a week, doing 10 mile runs and swimming 15,000 meters a week an am up over 200lbs

    I have a half ironman triathlon coming up.


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    Wow!! No sh!t. You did a pulse right ??
  

  
 

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