That is true. When I know he will do legs I always schedule it the day after. Arms are fine though.
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I'd go with option 1 because you'll be able to get more out of the strength workout when you're not tired from nearly an hour of cardio immediately before. When my schedule allows, I like keeping cardio and strength training on separate days because then I can dedicate my full effort to each without worrying that intense cardio will wear me out too much to do my strength training program.
I have two different workout programs ......... I'm curious on which is better . 1. Monday - 50 min werq (cardio 2 Tuesday - 10 min. eliptical then 30 min strength w/ trainer 3. Wed. - 55 min zumba (cardio)
OR 1. Monday 50 min werq (cardio) then 30 min strength w/ trainer 2. Wed. 55 min zumba (cardio)
I'm wondering because I know I'd burn more calories on option 2 as my metabolism is already running high...... but I'm also only getting in two days of definite exercise.
These are guarenteed workout days for me and was wondering which is the better option in your opinion.
I already know more days are better, and some days I do , but if I'm limited to three days, in your opinion, which is better.
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