Published on Oct 16, 2018
Thomas here – lead trainer and creator of Science-Based Six Pack – and today I’m breaking down a concern when it comes to training and mixing HIIT (high-intensity interval training) cardio with lifting weights.
What I’m referring to is when people will do things like start off with jump roping, followed by a maximum, heavy lift in a superset-style of training. Although this can give you a good workout relative to elevating your heart rate and central nervous system, you’re not going to be able to kickstart the metabolic function to start burning fat.
1:07 – The Aerobic Energy System & Beta Oxidation
1:30 – The Anaerobic Energy System & Oxygen Deprivation
3:05 – Athletic Training V.S. Body Composition Training
So, next time you decide to start mixing up your lifting with HIIT cardio, make sure to remember what exactly you’re training for – are you looking to burn fat and get into better-looking shape? Or, are you looking to take your athletic ability to the next level?
Now, if you want to be able to see your six pack abs, the fastest and most effective way is to first get lean using intermittent fasting. So, if you haven’t already, make sure to check out my free web seminar breaking down how to effectively use intermittent fasting tas the science-based way to burn fat and get six pack abs.
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I’ll see you next time,
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