Hawker45 wrote:You should try adding short 300-400m bursts of running during your walks and build up from there. Not sure how much it will do in regards to increasing weight loss but i'm sure it would help your muay thai training by being generally fitter.
AsTheRushComes wrote:my advice would to do as many reps as possible. You need to cut down, then build up, then cut up (if you get me). If you are/were a big dude theres no point trying to get shredded from the get go. Dont max out doing 3-6 reps of an exercise, increase reps above 10.
I would be bouncing around the gym and doing as many exercises as possible rather than isolating etc.
Also going for runs/walks outside is very important, doing stuff in the gym doesnt really count towards TRUE running cardio for high intensity and endurance sports.
If you replace those maccas runs with subway footlongs, that will also help.
just how i would go about my business. If anyone disagrees i would like to hear why.
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