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    Hey...
    Guys what do you think which cardio exercise is best....??
    share your opinion

  • #2
    sprinting
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    • #3
      Wild sex.

      Gordo

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      • #4
        - sprinting
        - sledgehammer tabatas (--tire beating-- die die a slow death, I will conquer you some day)
        - sled pushes (basically a weighted sprint though, no?)

        anything where you breathe heavy and you don't want to do it again anytime soon.
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        • #5
          swimming
          RLTW

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          • #6
            Originally posted by gordo View Post
            Wild sex.

            Gordo
            Which category would you place this, sprinting; or, in walking frequently?
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            • #7
              hill sprints

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              • #8
                I love those hill sprints

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                • #9
                  My workout today was pretty intense cardio wise: 500 m row, 60 kb swings w/35 lb, 40 box jumps, 20 burpees and 500 m row.

                  Also, stair sprints get my heart rate up like crazy.

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                  • #10
                    I would say stair sprints, burpees, their variations and shadow-boxing are among my favorites.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Furan View Post
                      I would say stair sprints, burpees, their variations and shadow-boxing are among my favorites.
                      I wonder how you shadow box to get you out of breath! I could see if you're punching the heavy bag but shadow boxing? To each their own I guess.

                      Sparring (I only have experience in boxing, brazillian jiu-jitsu and muaythai) is great cardio too. Bjj "rolling" feels different from muay thai boxing (I felt much more spent after 3 rounds of boxing than I did in BJJ, not to say BJJ is easier because I never got past beginner lessons where I'm sure the players were taking it very easy on me)
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by gordo View Post
                        Wild sex.
                        +1

                        Everything else is just practice.
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                        • #13
                          sex and swimming.
                          My Fitday public journal.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by iniQuity View Post
                            I wonder how you shadow box to get you out of breath! I could see if you're punching the heavy bag but shadow boxing? To each their own I guess.

                            Sparring (I only have experience in boxing, brazillian jiu-jitsu and muaythai) is great cardio too. Bjj "rolling" feels different from muay thai boxing (I felt much more spent after 3 rounds of boxing than I did in BJJ, not to say BJJ is easier because I never got past beginner lessons where I'm sure the players were taking it very easy on me)
                            In Boxing, you're exerting more. Shadow boxing can be draining if you change the pace randomly. Sure, it's for form maintenance, but it can be used to as a means to quicken things up in the process. But, in a way, you're right; Shadow boxing takes a different toll on my body. At a certain point in the process, I'll end up aerobically fatigued, after being anaerobically fatigued, first.
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                            • #15
                              Oh and I forgot about rope-skipping

                              iniQuity, what I did not say is that I tend to combine multiple exercises when I'm doing cardio. So that's how I can get winded doing shadow-boxing, especially if I'm doing it like pure traditional forms, that is HiiT (high intensity interval training).
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