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blsarmy

Ive read a million times that like if i work out M-W-F do not do anything in between. Im in this for weight loss and to get bigger muscles which i know they both dont work out too well together dieting. But will it hurt to walk or run at least a mile everyday?

Seems like it would help the fat loss, i can understand skipping a day of working out with weights to let your body recover.But why not running or any kind of cardio.. Anyone?
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WesH

It's relatively ineffective, so why do it? Off course, if you just love doing that stuff, by all means go for it.

However, when I was doing that my weight wasn't coming down and by blood pressure was actually going up. I cut out the "cardio" and just did the weights and the muscle went up, fat went down, and I had my BP meds cut 50% three times to the minimum dosage (which he keeps me on for some reason we will be discussing). All this good stuff happened after dropping all "cardio."
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