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... We all value our time. We all want to accomplish the most and do the least amount of work. So why do 3 evenings worth of cardio when you can do one morning instead? ... (23 replies)
Morning cardio
May 26, 2003
... After hitting a plateau in my weight loss, I began doing morning cardio. I've only been at it for a week but I'm already seeing results. Not just on the scale, but also what I see in the mirror. ... (2 replies)
... I would say that when it comes to doing cardio for the purpose of losing fat, doing it first thing in the morning is not only NOT pointless, it's actually the ideal time to do it. ... (12 replies)

... Wow, I wasn't aware of some of that. Thankyou for taking the time to write all of that out, it was really interesting. You're right, if i do the morning exercise and start the day right, it does make me reluctant to fill up on crap later on in the day. ... (12 replies)
... I disagree with the advice Chelle gave you. The issue is not whether you burn more calories in the morning than in the evening. The issue is where those calories are coming from. ... (4 replies)
... on performance. They're more concerned with maximizing the fat loss potential of every workout. Being able to run at peak performance is secondary. I used to do cardio 1 hour every evening. I was setting personal bests and had lots of energy to get me through my workouts. ... (38 replies)
... olating every rule of proper fat loss. Don't worry about what the scale says. Focus more on how you look, how you feel, and what your clothes tell you. I'm not a morning person either and getting up earlier is not something you'll get used to quickly. I'll have coffee before I exercise in the morning to give my system a jolt. ... (38 replies)
... But where did you get this info from about bodybuilders doing morning cardio? ... (38 replies)
... y. It's making that decision every second. I personally believe in the fat burning zone cause it's worked for me. I've experimented with different intensities of cardio and noticed how my weight changed. When my morning cardio was too intense, I lost fat but also lost muscle. ... (38 replies)
Morning Cardio
Oct 30, 2003
... If you think the time of day you do cardio doesn't matter, think again. I did cardio first thing this morning for 45 minutes and I cannot believe how much of a difference it's already made. I feel more awake than I normally do. I'm able to concentrate better. ... (13 replies)
... ake, insufficient protein intake, or leaving large gaps between meals. Yes it's true that exercise increases the body's protein requirements, but I've been doing morning cardio for quite a while now and each week, I would check my body fat and lean body mass to see if I'd lost any muscle. In the beginning I did lose some. ... (8 replies)
... with losing the most fat in the least amount of time while maintaining muscle. When bodybuilders need to lower their body fat in time for a competition, they do cardio first thing in the morning. ... (38 replies)
... Here's an excellent article that does a better job of explaining morning cardio and also includes references on the second page. I encourage all of you to read this article all the way through. It gives both sides of the issue. ... (38 replies)
... weight training are people trying to build muscle. But the person who's trying to lose fat isn't doing that. And I really don't know where you got the idea that cardio can boost metabolism for an entire day. ... (35 replies)
... ardio, the best time is first thing in the morning. You blood glucose and muscle glycogen will be at their lowest forcing your body to draw on fat. The idea that morning cardio will cause you to lose muscle is a myth that was started by bodybuilders. ... (7 replies)
Morning Cardio
Oct 31, 2003
... ning does burn the calories you ate in the day, which is precisely the problem. You're basically doing all that work just to break even. The advantage with doing morning cardio is that you know you're burning STORED fat. As for the metabolism slowing down in the evening, that's correct. ... (13 replies)
... What you've read is correct. The optimal time for burning fat is first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. This is because your blood sugar is low and your muscle glycogen will have been used up. ... (2 replies)
Morning Cardio
Oct 30, 2003
... Karen is absolutely correct. If your goal is weight loss, the best time to do cardio is first thing in the morning before eating. Your blood sugar will be low and your muscles will have no stored glycogen left, forcing your body to use stored fat. ... (13 replies)
... more fat if you do cardio first thing in the morning than if you do it at any other time of the day. ... (38 replies)
Cardio question
Mar 27, 2002
... Is it better to do 30 minutes of cardio twice a day or 60 minutes once a day? ... (1 replies)

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