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post #1911 of 4997 (permalink) Old 03-04-2012, 09:40 AM
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i'd like to hear how you can justify this point.
Try and do a little bit of research. Here is paragraph from a very reliable and trustworthy website:

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While cardiovascular exercise maintains lung and heart health and burns more calories than a weight-training session, there's one calorie-burning advantage lifting weights has over cardiovascular training: afterburn. Afterburn is a weight-loss phenomenon that causes your body to continue burning an increased amount of calories in the 24 hours after exercising. Women burn 100 more calories after an hour-long strength-training workout than they typically do after a cardiovascular workout session. By incorporating strength training into your workout, you not only build muscle, but you can burn added calories that translate into weight loss.

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Afterburn of calories is more apparent after a sustained bout of aerobic exercise at a high intensity. If you did some research you'd see that. Not only that but your 'reliable source' has garbage references. Doing resistance training increases muscle mass which in turn increases the amount of calories you burn at rest. It isn't due to afterburn.



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But my point still stands that doing weights burns calories while resting... So idk where you are going with this.

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what are some cardio routines people do, right now i just do 10km on bike, then i rest and do another 5 km on treadmill, then pushups and situps

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what are some cardio routines people do, right now i just do 10km on bike, then i rest and do another 5 km on treadmill, then pushups and situps
Run 20 minutes on the treadmill or 20 minutes on the elliptical after lifting or on my off days I do 20 of each.

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Doing long steadystate cardio can actually cause you to lose muscle as your body adapts by shaping your muscles to perform better at long distance and lose some of the muscle designed for shorter sprints (According to Askmen.com)

In my opinion Interval training is the best and least time consuming.

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Doing long steadystate cardio can actually cause you to lose muscle as your body adapts by shaping your muscles to perform better at long distance and lose some of the muscle designed for shorter sprints (According to Askmen.com)

In my opinion Interval training is the best and least time consuming.
True, if you're massive and do massive amounts of cardio. Running for 40 minutes a few times a week won't burn an ounce of muscle, if you refuel properly. Since your body uses fat as it's main source of energy during low intensity cardio, a lot of research would recommend doing long bouts of low intensity cardio; hence you see body builders doing 40 boring-ass-fucking minutes on the elliptical a lot.

and interval training > then long distance low intensity training. I do like a nice long run though, and I have tons of audiobooks on my Ipod, so I enjoy it. But I love doing HIIT at the gym as well. because it's "the best and least time consuming."
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Same. So I've stopped checking.
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