Cardio vs. strength training: What you need to know

and affect your body differently, and both are essential to your health…


47 thoughts on “Cardio vs. strength training: What you need to know

  1. This explains a lot. I used to only do cardio but I’d still feel flabby even with a bmi of 18. I want to go to the gym but last time I went it was full of pervy men and it made me so uncomfortable.

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  3. Due to Covid all the gyms have closed and I don't have any equipment to do strength training other than my 8lbs dumbells and YouTube dumbells workout videos along with some resistance training. Is tht enough to get you toned and stay in shape along with a HIIT workout?

  4. i’m doing a full body fat loss 14 day program and i see that there is some HIIT cardio and regular full body cardio for like 2 days and then the rest of the days are strength training (i think). is that good to do for a week? i heard cardio was better for burning calories and fat loss was better for burning fat. I just want to know if what I am doing is right or wrong.

  5. Weight training is the best form of cardio..for any of you cardio enthusiasts , take a kettlebell (Weight must be challenging )and try swinging it for a 1000 reps in the shortest time..I guarantee almost all of you treadmill or aerobics warriors will chicken out on the first 100 reps ..stamina cant be built by running over the treadmill lol

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