Interval Training After Weights

by Jeff Thaxton |   Date Released : 24 Jul 2008
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Jeff Thaxton

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Jeff Thaxton is a Certified Personal Trainer by the American Council on Exercise. He earned a BS degree in Exercise Science at Eastern Washington University in 2001 and has continuing education certifications in human movement, advanced program design, nutrition for special populations, counseling for health and fitness professionals, overcoming fitness plateaus and others. He is the owner of an in home personal training business called Fit for Life, and he has volunteer experience in physical therapy clinics and cardiopulmonary units.

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Deer, Felix | 14 May 2009, 05:53 AM

I agree with the comments on focus and priority but would generally advise Interval Training after weights, since gylcogen stores will be depleted and the body will have to look to fat reserves to fuel the interval training, which should result in greater fat loss than if the sequence were to be reversed.A proper Weight Training session after a full on Interval Training session will be almost impossible to achieve, since the gylcogen stores will be sorely depleted. Felix Deer LemonBody Fitness

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