If you are like me, you are probably doing your best to get fit by riding your bike, going to the gym, and doing cardio, but you don’t feel like you are working out all that often. Here, I have a new strategy for getting fit in a short amount of time and at the same time getting the most out of your gym sessions and cardio.
So what’s up with this? The answer is, you need a little bit of the right mix of cardio and strength workouts. The right mix might be a little more than you think.
The main goal of every cardio session should be to burn the most calories possible. By that I mean that you want to keep your cardio session as short as possible. If you are doing a cardio session every day, it will be very short. This can make your cardio sessions difficult to keep track of because your body is not used to not being able to burn that much calories.
It’s hard to tell which cardio session you’re doing from your body. It’s definitely hard to find the right amount of cardio. You can always look at the cardio on the left, but sometimes it’s not very great. When it comes to cardio, I hate to admit it, but I also hate to explain that when I do cardio sessions, I’m actually doing cardio exercises, which means I’m really doing cardio exercises on my own.
If youre constantly moving at a good pace and burning a lot of calories, youre probably doing cardio. If youre doing a lot of cardio but not a lot of strength training, youre probably doing strength training. If youre doing a lot of strength training but not a lot of cardio, youre probably doing strength training AND cardio. In the end, the most important thing you can do to stay healthy is to just do what feels good.
I would say that cardio exercises are important, but strength training is the most important. However, since you can’t say which is the most important, you are encouraged to go with whichever exercises are most useful to you. For example, if you are doing exercises to burn fat, you want to do cardio, and if you are doing exercises to build muscle, you want to do strength training.
Of course, it’s not just cardio that you need to focus on, it’s also weight training. This is because the muscles in your back and neck will take a lot of the impact of the punches your body takes, and the more muscle you have, the more you will protect you.