It takes your body about 7 minutes to warm up when doing cardio exercise. Keeping this in mind makes it easier for me to push past the urge to quit at the begining of the workout, and after this initial warm-up I'm good to go
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Cardio is a great way to burn calories and fat, but it also burns muscle. Strength Training will build new muscle, which will also burn EXTRA calories (and replace the muscle you may have lost from all that Cardio.) Also, don't forget to eat a few more calories on your workout days. FUEL your body!
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