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Old 05-17-2010, 07:53 AM   #22
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Hey BTB My training varies from a quick 1 hr blast of supersetting everything to the brink at work, to around 1.5-2hrs when I'm at home and can afford to relax a bit more. I do enjoy the supersetting though, just cuz of the aerobic aspect- I usually keep cardio to a minimum on my weeks at work with just a few 15-20min bike rides or powerwalks here n there just to keep moving- but when Im at home I can buff those out a bit and play around more too- I used to be an everyday runner, so I'm lost without my cardio- but since I discovered lifting, I just havent looked back!
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