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Yo guys question regarding how you've approached cuts. Specifically this relates to how you feel on the cut and how you recover from training.
Atm I am aiming to train every day in some way. I do full body weight sessions 3x a week (compound lift focused) and cardio + abs on the off days.
I noticed in my calorie counter that I can afford to eat more than I actually thought for my goals. But it also made me realise that I can drop some of the cardio and still theoretically lose the weight at the same pace.
Would it aid my recovery from the full body workouts to drop some of the extra cardio and eat a lower amount of calories per week or does it not matter. My concern is purely sticking to the cut, and if I feel constantly shitty and beat up that will be tough.
Also should add I'm walking around outside like 4 hrs a day doing approaches as well.
Big goal: 100 lays - so far 14/100
2019 tally: 8 (2 cold approach)
Stuff to do:
Stick to cut and gym schedule
Find a job/money
It's hard to give you an answer because, in the end, personal preference reigns supreme. I prefer eating more and moving more, instead of eating less and moving less.
You? What do you prefer?
Regarding cardio, you need to take into account what type you're doing. Running/jogging can fuck people's joints. Walking on an incline or stationary bike are gentler to your boooooodyyyyy. Another often ignored part of cardio is sports. I suck at everything but, if I didn't, I'd throw some basketball in the mix instead of boring cardio. Swimming is also great and gentle on the joints. Yoga is also an option.
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33 lays more than your mom (1 pre GLL)
Intense cardio should be part of every fitness plan. Walking is a great way to burn calories, but I don't consider it cardio. You want to be pushing your HR up to 140+. I'd aim for 3 cardio session a week of 20+ minutes each.
Maybe you want to consider a 4 day lifting split. Only work 1/2 your body each time. You'll hit each muscle group twice per week. You can increase intensity but reduce overall load for the week.
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