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12/17/2014 1:20:44 PM - Brian
Training & fat loss

So, if diet is the primary component of fat loss, and cardio is the primary component of conditioning, what purpose or value is there to intensity workouts?

Cardio isn't the only component of conditioning. Conditioning is all based on your goals.

For fat loss, cardio is not the best way to do it. Weight training is the most effective way. I recommend full body lifts targeting the major muscle groups each time.

If you want to run marathons, cardio is much more important.

If you goal is to lose fat then you need to weight train, eat well and use conditioning that will help you reach your goal in the fastest way.

Matt Rhodes

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