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In my opinion, im training for like 3 years, and are so passion for this industry. from what i used to 3 years back, i cant even do a single pull ups, what i do is just looking at my friend who can do pull ups for reps. Is okay for a beginner that cannot do a single pull ups. Just focusing on lat pull down, make sure you're on a strict form and keep on ...


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If I ride my bike to the gym, which is a mile from my house, and back home, should I do cardio at my gym. A 1 mile bike ride really doesn't qualify as a "cardio workout". I am also lifting weights 4 times a week ... and I run for 15 minutes after my ... weight training I really don't think this is enough workout that you need to worry about ...


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To expand on the first answer, it depends. Cardio has two main uses: 1) It increases the amount of work you can do in a given workout session. As you get further into a workout, the aerobic system provides more and more of the energy used to lift the weights. Stronger aerobic system = more reps/sets completed. 2) It increases the calories your body needs ...


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The answer is simple: 1) If your goal is to lose weight - yes, do cardio! 2) If your priority is to put on mass and muscle, dont do it. It all depends on what you are trying to achieve.


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This seems like a fairly reasonable projection, but keep in mind that as you lose fat, each pound (or kilo) of fat is harder to lose than the one before it. This means that your cut phase may slow down as you get towards the end. I wouldn't fret about this, its typical. I would also like to refer you to this article about this exact topic which I found ...


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The answer usually varies, but if we are talking about exercises such as swimming, running, walking, and biking(cardio, more commonly known as) then the answer is no as long as you are not doing an insane aerobic workout. For example, say that you are running 3 miles every other day. Will this hurt you in the long run? No. But now say that your friend is ...


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This is purely my opinion based on my experiences as a bodybuilder. The answer to your question is twofold. If you’re competitive, or, plan to be, you should look at having one “cheat” day per week as a general rule. The other 6 days, you should try to eat as clean as possible. If you aspire to that eating goal, your diet would be optimum 86% of the ...



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