Your cardio program already ticks all the boxes: regular, good intensity, and long enough.
Any extra effort should definitely go into strength training, the returns on any more cardio are going to be marginal.
Strength training is actually a very efficient fat burner. Without ST, up to 25% of your weight loss can come from lost muscle rather than fat. Even a moderate ST program can help you maintain your existing muscle, and ensure more of your weight loss comes from fat alone. And strength training can boost your metabolism by up to 150 calories a day, even on days you don't work out.
A very simple all-body strength workout would comprise:
* pushups (modified, wall or incline pushups if necessary)
* pull-ups/lat pull downs/one arm dumbbell rows
Should take 20-30 minutes, 2-3 times per week. And don't be afraid to lift heavy - it is far more effective in fat burning than light weights.
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