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    Cardio, what do you all do?

    Alright I am going to start cutting now that I have been gaining for quite a while. I was wondering what cardio you guys all do. I am kind of tired of swimming and running, so I was wondering what everyone else does just so that I can mix it up a little bit. Thanks!

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    i do a variety of stuff.....

    swimming, walk/jog intervals, walking on the treadie, elliptical training, rowing.....whatever's clever.
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    Just remember dont cut your carbs AND add cardio at the same time..first cut your carbs, then when you stop loosing weight, add cardio. start with three 30 minutes sessions a week, and gradually increase untill no more than 6 x 45 min per week.

    I do my cardio on a stationary bike. 30 minutes in the morning on an empty stomach, 5 times a week.

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    ...actually HIIT is a great way to go. You don't cannibalize muscle tissue the way you would by long runs or swims and the workout usually takes less time to complete.

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    this is what i do, but its preseason training for college soccer.

    2 or 3 days a weak-5K run on streets, times will vary, my best is just under 23 around the hills of WV
    5 days a week-5 sets of 30 yard sprints 5 times-like 5 30 yard sprints w/o rest, and do it 5 times, ends up being a total of 750 yards
    -then after that, i do 3 120 yard sprints, then im done w/ running til tomorrow
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    Sparring or boxing for a good 20 minutes in the morning is good. Jump rump is also good.
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    Yeah Jump Rope is awesome. Basketball and cycling are two of my favorites
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    I just started HIIT myself, gonna see how it helps out.
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