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  • Posted On: 07-05-20, 4:12 pm (EDT) #1

    Cardio + Weights

    July 5, 2020, 4:12 pm

    Hi Scott, i just got a rope to start doing some cardio to help with the fat loss, currently I'm doing 4 days of training with a combination of weights and bodyweight exercises. 

    So i wanna start doing cardio with rope jumping, but don't want to risk loosing muscle mass 

    My idea, is 4 days of weight training and the 3 days off, I'll do rope jumping for 20 to 30 mnts combined with some direct ab workout, so what do you think about that?

    And should i have a different approach or stick with the one i have already?




  • Posted On: 07-15-20, 6:46 pm (EDT) #2

    Cardio + Weights

    July 15, 2020, 6:46 pm
    Posted by: Jtv08

    Hi Scott, i just got a rope to start doing some cardio to help with the fat loss, currently I'm doing 4 days of training with a combination of weights and bodyweight exercises. 

    So i wanna start doing cardio with rope jumping, but don't want to risk loosing muscle mass 

    My idea, is 4 days of weight training and the 3 days off, I'll do rope jumping for 20 to 30 mnts combined with some direct ab workout, so what do you think about that?

    And should i have a different approach or stick with the one i have already?




    @jtv08 As long as you're eating enough protein and your not it a massive calories deficit (should only be 250 - 500 calories below maintenance daily) then doing cardio won't make you lose tons of muscle mass. You will always lose a little when cutting. But that will minimize it.


    So you're on the right track!

  • Posted On: 10-27-20, 10:51 am (EDT) #3

    Cardio + Weights

    October 27, 2020, 10:51 am

    Check out this article for some importance of HIIT training in cardio exercise. 

  • Posted On: 11-06-20, 6:05 pm (EST) #4

    Cardio + Weights

    November 6, 2020, 6:05 pm

    I always find it tough to have the motivation to do cardio in a home workout setting. However, during these times we don't have much of a choice. Although i don't have a lot of money I was determined to make this work for as little as possible. For that reason I have invested in a second hand rowing machine and a really good cheap pre workout like the ones here. I think this will give me not only the equipment but also the motivation that is necessary to take my home workouts to the next level. 


    I would be curious to know how your at home cardio journey is going. Do you have any tips to help with motivation? Thanks!

  • Posted On: 11-11-20, 9:31 am (EST) #5

    Cardio + Weights

    November 11, 2020, 9:31 am

    Why dont you prefer online class and platforms which are easy to follow and easy to understand.

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