Are you including long slow cardio sessions in your exercise plan? You might not be getting the results possible because of it and here is some info that will turn that around for you.
In any gym that you go into today there are rows and rows of cardio equipment. Yet that doesn’t mean that the long slow cardio session is a good way to exercise.
In December 2012 I rec’d an email fromCraig Ballantyne of Turbulence Training. Now I have been following Craig’s work for a very long time and he consistently has stated that long slow cardio is not the best way to exercise. Here is a part of that email message:
According to the WSJ, “Running 20-25 miles or more per week eliminates the benefit of exercise as you grow older and causes excessive wear-and-tear on the heart.”
The email went onto to include this:
Even Dr. Kenneth Cooper, the father of ‘aerobics’ has said, “If you are running more than 15 miles a week, you are doing it for some reason other than health.”
And he ended the email with this:
So listen, if you want to exercise for fitness, fat loss, and live a long life full of vitality, there’s no better way to train than with short, burst workouts.
That’s why you need the “Burn Fat at Home” System that includes 31 short burst interval workouts and 15-Minute Metabolic Finishers to banish belly fat from the holidays.
In this very quick interview with Paul Chek’s by Underground Wellness he answers the question about cardio.
It might not be the answer you think! And it is very informative!
I personally enjoy the Turbulence Training in my exercise plan and you can get it here. Click Link
Will you begin to include short burst of exercise in your training?
Will the long slow cardio sessions be gone?
Know this before your next Cardio Session!
In any gym today there are rows & rows of cardio equipment.Yet that doesn't mean that the long slow cardio session is a good way to exercise. Check this out