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4. Best type of cardio if you’re a little bit overweight?
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Brad, what is the best type of cardio if you’re a little bit overweight?
I still recommend, even if you are overweight, to try to do more HIIT training.
High intensity interval training is where you perform an activity to elevate your heart rate, for a short period of time, then you take an active rest to allow your heart rate to lower back down.
I wrote a post about how to do HIIT cardio correctly here.
High intensity interval training doesn’t necessarily mean you have to sprint, at full speed, if you’re just a beginner.
If you’re new to fitness, a simple jog for 30 seconds could be enough intensity to elevate your heart rate into the high intensity training zone.
Then you can slow it down by walking for 90 seconds, 60 seconds, or how ever much time it takes you to recover and reduce your heart rate back to the low intensity training zone.
I want to make sure you are training your heart in different training zones.
I always refer to this during our Tabata workouts.
So even if you’re overweight or out of shape, try to incorporate high intensity interval training, but just train within your fitness heart rate zones.
Again, depending on your fitness level. that could be jogging as opposed to running.
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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.