Welcome back. Today is an off day from weight training, but you should still aim to get in your 26-30 minutes of cardio training.
Stay on top of the cardio and you will always be one step ahead of the game when you're trying to burn fat.
Week 9, Day 60 Cardio & An Active Job: Is That Enough Of A Workout?
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An Active Job: Is That Enough Of A Workout?
If you're up on your feet, moving around all day long, there's no doubt that you'll be burning up more calories than someone who is bound to a desk job. But does this mean you don't have to work out?
Certainly not. You should still perform your weight training because even though you are more active throughout the day, you will not be stressing your muscles in the same way.
You may be able to cut back on cardio a bit if you are keeping a low calorie diet and burning up more energy all day long, but never skip those weights. That will make a huge difference in the way you look.
Random physical or manual labor may burn calories, but it won't do much for building optimal lean body mass.
- Minutes 1-2: Level One (Easy resistance)
- Minutes 3-5: Level Two (Moderate resistance)
- Minutes 6-9: Level Three (Difficult resistance)
- Minutes 10-11: Level Two
- Minutes 12-15: Level Three
- Minutes 16-17: Level Two
- Minutes 18-21: Level Three
- Minutes 22-24: Level Two
- Minutes 25-26: Level One
That's it for today! For day 5 of Week 9, you'll head back into the gym for your chest, shoulders, and triceps workout. We'll also be
discussing the importance of time management.
It's likely you live a very busy lifestyle, where you feel overwhelmed to accomplish everything you need to get done in a day.
Well that's no excuse to miss out on workouts or slack on your nutrition, and I'll show you how time management can help you stay on the track for success.