Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Misfit1, May 14, 2014.
Moderation is probably key here. Better to run than do nothing, be fat, have high blood pressure, diabetes and sleep apnea.
I'll keep running. Got a 100k coming up in a few months. Can't rest too much now.
There is a difference between an endurance athlete who spends many(10+) hours per week in an elevated heartrate and an athlete using aerobic exercise for sports performance. The same way that anaerobic training increases the cardiac wall thickness is a bad thing, the opposite direction also has drawbacks.
For some reason, this is the opposite for me. I sometimes get arrhythmias, but I only get the arrhythmias on heavy lifting days. I also usually only get them a few hours after I'm done lifting; never while I'm actually working out.
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