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Excerpt: So my goal is to drop lbs and keep muscle. Iíve been doing fasted cardio in morning 1hr followed immediately by intense weight training 1hr Iím thinking of keeping fasted cardio in morning then fueling up before going back for weight training around lunch. I know Iíll have more strength for weights but since Iím trying to drop weight and not really concerned about strength, should I keep the back to back fasted workouts in morning? I feel like I burn more doing that. Just donít want my

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    Cardio/weights routine

    So my goal is to drop lbs and keep muscle. Iíve been doing fasted cardio in morning 1hr followed immediately by intense weight training 1hr

    Iím thinking of keeping fasted cardio in morning then fueling up before going back for weight training around lunch. I know Iíll have more strength for weights but since Iím trying to drop weight and not really concerned about strength, should I keep the back to back fasted workouts in morning? I feel like I burn more doing that. Just donít want my muscles to differ from low fuel?


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    *Suffer


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    no this is not the way to do it because you will miss out on the GH pulse. your body does not release GH until hour 10 while fasting then it rises and rises and rises from there. so stretch out your fast as long as you can during the day and you will get that GH pulse, and then eat in a 2-4 hour window. that is how you lose fat and gain muscle while intermittent fasting and the secret. and break your fast with a high fat meal since pure fat does not cause insulin spike. that will feed your body without putting it into fat store mode.
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    If you can manage it, wait longer to eat, and then lift in the evening.

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    I train fasted everyday. You dont need to eat before workouts
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    Re: Cardio/weights routine

    Quote Quote posted by Chez21 View Post
    So my goal is to drop lbs and keep muscle. Iíve been doing fasted cardio in morning 1hr followed immediately by intense weight training 1hr

    Iím thinking of keeping fasted cardio in morning then fueling up before going back for weight training around lunch. I know Iíll have more strength for weights but since Iím trying to drop weight and not really concerned about strength, should I keep the back to back fasted workouts in morning? I feel like I burn more doing that. Just donít want my muscles to differ from low fuel?


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    How's that worked so far?

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    Fasting truly is the way to go!

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    So far itís been great, I just want to make sure Iím not starving my muscles during extreme workouts. Sometimes I get super hungry and feel exhausted but itís not everyday. Since I have the time usually go go twice, I think Iíll do fasted cardio then go back couple hours later after eating some fruits/veggies. Thanks guys


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