My question is: do you guys separate your cardio from your weight lifting days? I am now working out two times a day, doing weights in the morning with ChaLean Extreme and my Turbo Fire cardio in the afternoons. I am the sort of person that would rather knock out my workout at one time but my husband advises me not to do this because I won't be getting the most out of my workouts. So currently when I have ChaLean Extreme days I do them in the morning, then I wait for afternoon to get in the serious cardio. On days when I happen to have cardio lined up I generally do my first one (example: burn intervals), take a 10 - 15 minute break with a recovery drink and then knock out the second one (example: Fire 30).
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I basically did the same as you with my own Hybrid, using TurboFire as my primary, then adding in The Burn, Push, Lean dvds 3 days a week. However, I do substiute Burn Intervals for one of the Fire days as I love that workout. I also felt like I needed more cardio.
Has anyone created their own version of the CLX/TF hybrid? I looked at the schedule but I wanted more cardio. I just started TF 5/31/11 and added CLX yesterday. I'm following the TurboFire schedule as is and adding in the Burn Circuits 3X a week. I'm just skipping the other CLX DVDs for now since TF is my cardio.
Does anyone have a suggestion on a hybrid that works well?
Edited by: HEATHERKORINNE at: 6/10/2011 (18:10)
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