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Hey, guys. Welcome, today’s coaching lesson is on, How much cardio should a skinny guy do after you workout or before you workout.
Before we work those, we could talk about cardio today and my regiment, what I teach my client to customers is do your cardio after your workout is over. It is the best time to burn stored fat so we are going to get this workout going. What I am going to do is I am going to warm up for five minutes. I warm up for around, I am thinking to about 8 miles per hour, nothing fast, nice and steady 8 miles an hour for five minutes that is going to warm up.
Once my five minutes is up. I am going to do ten minutes of hard running, I am in a sprint for a minute, I am going to walk for a minute. Okay. We are coming up to interval number one, my five minute warm up is done. I am going to go, I will take it up to about 10 miles per hour to the first one, take it right to the end.
When you run you got to stay relaxed, drop your shoulders, stay efficient, do not make it tight, relax. Okay, you are going to notice the minutes goes by pretty fast in the low part, that is why I wear my iPod to stay focused. A lot of guys say, “Vince, why do I need to do interval cardio?”
I think this is called by the way, going hard going easy body builders go to interval cardio because it take a lot of drugs. I guess you are not taking drugs at home, those drugs help get the fat off. Remember, cardio is all about the total amount of calories that you burn. You can use the bike, you can use the stair climber, preferably aim for things that it your bike and hit your quads.
Here we go again, we are buffing it up to 11 five of this one. We are almost near at the end of the workout. Believe it or not, sometimes you start getting a little easier because you are becoming more efficient, you are getting smoother, you are finding your rhythm, would think you a lot. Walk 3.5 miles away and this walk comes 3.5 nice and slow.
Once you build up the 10 one minute intervals at a higher speed, you do not need to do more than 10, then you start focusing on increasing your speed. Right now, my treadmill only goes up to 12 miles per hour, so I might build up to 12 to 15 over the next few weeks.
For you, focus are getting faster. It is easier to do an extra five reps. It is harder that make it an extra five miles per hour faster. So, focus on quality versus quantity. Alright, you got to want to just like jump off this thing when you are done, catch your breath, cool down, give yourself five minutes, shake it up and I am going to sip on this.
Start the recovery process. My workout is done. Notice I also did not have my carb drink during the workout because I wanted to burn fat. If I put this in my body, I would have started burning sugar real easy. Thanks guys.