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11/4/2014 7:28:18 AM - Jeremy
So, in your recommendations "I recommend 20 minutes of steady state cardio on your three training days. You should also take 2-3 walks per week on your non training days. Again, about 20 minutes or so. I'm not talking speed walking either, just get out and walk.", how would you advise setting up my weight training on the 3 days? Again, the main goal is fat loss and getting in better general health.

Jeremy,

I would really stick with whatever programming you are using currently. I firmly believe in keeping training as you enjoy training. With that said, if you are truly going to forego your current programming, I would do sets of 8-12 reps with minimal rest periods. BUT, I really do think doing what you enjoy will get you further towards your goal than changing things around.

This brings us back to the point of this being a longer term goal. In order for this to continue long term, you have to have fun and enjoy what you are doing. This goes along with my cardio recommendation.




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Bob Youngs


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