Excellent article!, just wanted to ask a quick question in regards to maintaing my muscle and cutting body fat. I work out monday- friday, am eating very healthy and also taking in my body weight in protein per day. I weigh 195lbs but want to get to about 180-185 lbs. I am starting to do cardio to help cut down on my body fat and was wondering when do you think is the best time to do cardio to help decrease my body fat and but not my muscle growth ? Immediately following my workout? or a couple hours after my workout (after I have eaten dinner and protein shake). Thanks for your time
Lifelong training : What will you be able to bench press when you are 40? How about 50? Is it really that important? Heavy squats, leg presses and shoulder presses have their place in any muscle-building routine but let’s look at this from another, wiser perspective. When you look at your big blueprint regarding your physique goals where does real, practical, functional training fit in? Eventually you will still want to be able to run, jump, push, pull, drag and lift your own body weight with little regard to how much you bench. Bodyweight training teaches you to connect with what your body is capable of doing without the $5000 machine required. Use it to your advantage and you can take that with you for years to come.
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