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Old 06-18-2012, 08:08 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by Off Road View Post
Like Swede said, it is actually helpful as long as you keep it regulated. You can't ride two horses with one ass, so keep the conditioning levels moderate.
Laughed really hard when i read this!!

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D.T. does, but if heis an ectomorph, as i suspect...he shouldnt do much cardio because he's gonna have a hard time bulking as it is. doesnt need to worry about replacing cals that he burned doing cardio on top of trying to beat his metabolism.
Agreed. You must know your body type. Ecto's need very little cardio to lose weight so they must be very careful during a bulking phase where as Endo's need days of cardio to lose weight. That must be taken into consideration.

I'm an Endo and i'm doing LISS cardio for 30min 5 times a week during my bulking phase.
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