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Old 02-23-2004, 10:35 PM
LukeDothSucketh
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OK, so the thing about cardio training, or so I learned, is that after about 15-20 minutes of cardio you go into your "aerobic training zone" where your heart rate is at a certain level and you begin to start burning fat and improving your overall cardio fitness level. Here's my question: If you are doing your weight routine before your cardio, and your heart rate is already pumped up into the desired "cardio training zone", if you begin to do cardio, do you already begin in your training zone even though you just started doing actual cardio work after an anaerobic workout? Or does it have to be cardio tht brings your heart rate up to the desired zone before you actually receive the benefits of being in the cardio training zone?
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