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    ardio?

    hey, if i do the cardion in the morning empty belly, so when do i do my weight workout??? just after the cardio or in the afternoon??

    if its after the cardio then i would be working more than 1 hour and probably become catabolic???

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    Afternoon

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    No earlier than that afternoon is probably best.

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    Yep, catabolic city, work out in afternoon. Plus you gotta get one or two meals in there between cardio and workout.

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    IMO do it when is is most convenient for you. If you decide to do it in the morning have a pre-workout shake with protein and carbs in it, or else you will be experiencing a great amount of catabolism. By doing cardio on an empty stomach that has been staved since your last meal the previous day.

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    You can do what is best for you. Like Urban said if in the am make sure you eat first.. Personally, I like PM workouts, most carbs are being used so hopefully when I get to bed my body has not too many carbs. Carbs at bed leads to fat. I do have some carbs after but not alot

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