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Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by nick jacoby, Sep 1, 2017.
i would do cardio after strength training. if strength is your priority, you should think about doing cardio on seperate days for better recovery. depends on your fitness level and the intensity of your workouts. if it's just a hobby to you and you don't sweat about your numbers, then just have fun and do what you enjoy.
As long as the impact/intensity isn't too high and you get enough calories, you're good
I've had this same question. One of the things about starting strength is he says you have to be eating a ton, like 5k+ calories or more ... he recommends drinking like a gallon a day of milk.
Anyways, it seems like cardio is going against that by burning calories. I didn't want to fully stop cardio though so I just kept doing it...
You can't outrun a donut. Just eat the extra donut.
How old are you? If you're young just do whatever you want. Scientific training is for old people.
if you wanna look like rippetoe, then do what he says.
YA BURNT RIPP
If you want to be a fat fuck then follow this plan.
Theres nothing wrong with doing cardio after lifting.
Yeah, that is sorta where I ended. I incorporated a lot of stuff into my current workout (especially lots of squats and deadlifts) but overall I felt like it was too limited and powerlifting wasn't really what I was going for. It was a useful switch up but not really a long term plan for overall health and athleticism