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    Optimal, Not Brutal: Conditioning for Fat Loss and Weight Class Management

    This is a great article from our very own Julia Ladewski:

    http://www.atlargenutrition.com/blog...ss-management/


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    I really like this and that is coming from someone that abhors cardio. Not because I am worried about my gains, I just hate it. But this is a lot more valuable to me than what would normally be considered cardio and I think it appears like a more structured and planned crossfit workout. Instead of doing a WOD for the sake of randomness this has a very specific goal and I think it is well thought out for achieving that goal.

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    Yeah, I'm no fan of cardio either .


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