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should i always do cardio on weight train days?


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Excerpt: I went to the gym and the girl upfront is always being flirty and chatty with me. well after my workout i was leaving and she busted my balls that my workout was so short. i told her i just did 12 sets and that was it for the day, she then said that i should always do cardio with weight training or i won't get full benefits. is this logic true?

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    should i always do cardio on weight train days?

    I went to the gym and the girl upfront is always being flirty and chatty with me. well after my workout i was leaving and she busted my balls that my workout was so short. i told her i just did 12 sets and that was it for the day, she then said that i should always do cardio with weight training or i won't get full benefits. is this logic true?

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    Re: should i always do cardio on weight train days?

    No. But ask her to do cardio with you...laying down

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    Re: should i always do cardio on weight train days?

    Quote Quote posted by SteveMobsterG View Post
    No. But ask her to do cardio with you...laying down
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    Re: should i always do cardio on weight train days?

    what does 'full benefits' mean. her goals are not your goals so she has no business lecturing you on this.

    does she do this with every guy there? if not, the truth is she was looking for some dick and was just flirting with you. and/or she finds you very approachable and is comfortable busting your balls and messing with you. i would bust her balls back.
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    Re: should i always do cardio on weight train days?

    You can do your cardio whenever you want. Some people do it in the AM, some do it before training, some after training, etc. As long as you are doing some for overall health you are good.
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    Re: should i always do cardio on weight train days?

    There is more to it. Doing light cardio prior to your workouts gets your muscles loose , heart rate up and the blood flowing. Yes there are benefits but they really canít be quantified.
    Doing cardio after your workout is sort of like doing fasted cardio and you are keeping the blood flowing although it is not necessarily directly to the muscle that was worked out.
    Just doing cardio is a good practice and it is good to get your heart rate up.
    With that being said, I think she is just being a parrot and does not really know what she is talking about.

    I would like to warn you that doing too much cardio can take away from muscle growth, but that is really for the exercise fanatics and probably wonít apply to most of the population.


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    Re: should i always do cardio on weight train days?

    What type of full benefits does she mean? Depends on what your goals are
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    Re: should i always do cardio on weight train days?

    depends on your goals
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    Re: should i always do cardio on weight train days?

    Quote Quote posted by SteveMobsterG View Post
    No. But ask her to do cardio with you...laying down
    now we are talking

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