Something tells me this ones create some backfire.
( @chadhargrove1 )
But you know what, Ive talked to enough people to know there are many, many people out there treating cardio like it's actually a magical tool.
Like cardio, on its own, directly attacks fat.
It doesnt. When it comes to weight loss, it's nothing more than a tool to burn extra calories.
Perhaps more importantly, calorie burn counters on cardio machines are typically inaccute. And perhaps even more importantly, you may have a history of using 200-300 extta calories burned doing cardio to justify, or to try and make up for, 800-1000 calories over what you should be aiming for.
Cardio for weight loss is a supplement, it can add to a plan that's already creating weight loss. It can boost a plan that's already created results.
But this idea that weight loss requires cardio is 100% incorrect.
Your biggest player is to manage how many calories you consume. Double down on controlling that and you'll be moving in the right direction.