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Thread: Anyone use slim in 6? Is it considered chronic cardio?

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    Feb 2013

    Anyone use slim in 6? Is it considered chronic cardio?

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    In the past I've used the Slim in 6 by Debbie Seibers( beach body) and I've always liked how tone I feel after the 6 weeks. I haven't done it in a long time but was thinking of using it as I haven't incorporated lifting into my excercise routine, just walking. Slim in 6 has a lot of different squats, floor work and incorporates resistance bands. But I think it's high intensity cardio too and the fact that you are supposed to do it 6 days a week for 6 weeks kinda makes me think it falls under chronic cardio. Don't want to do it if its counter productive or killing myself for no reason. Kinda lost on what to do for my lifting days since I don't belong to a gym, maybe I should buy kettle balls instead?
    High weight: 263.8 lbs
    Primal start weight 1/26/13: 233 lbs
    ADF start weight 10/12/15 : 188.2lbs
    Current weight: 177.6 lbs
    Goal: 145 lbs

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    Mar 2012
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    Dear Mark: Chronic Cardio | Mark's Daily Apple
    For very fit people, this could be as high as 70-80% of your maximum heart rate, but we’re really talking 60-70% for most people.
    Use your fitness level as a means to define your own personal chronic cardio range. If you think that this would qualify as chronic cardio, feel free to work your way up to it. There's no rush.

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