Published on July 21, 2012
As I write this post, I am grimacing.
My chest hasn't been this sore since back when I was doing more lifting (that's me above, a few days before I did my first triathlon and decided I had too much muscle to comfortably do cardio-style racing).
Anyways, it's been six days since I've stepped foot in a gym.
So what did I do to get such a kick-butt workout?
It involved a style of weight training that was actually very cardiovascular.
And you're about to learn what that style of weight training was, and the answer to the question: Does Weight Training Count As Cardio?
Doug has found a way to make weight training count as cardio, and in this talk, you'll learn:
-Why an emergency medical physician wrote a book about exercise.
-What the “Amplification Cascade” is, and how it relates to cardiovascular exercise and weights.
-How you can use the concept of “Global Metabolic Conditioning” to make yourself fitter, faster.
-How it is that “anaerobic” strength training protocols can induce an “aerobic” benefit.
-What a “Body By Science” inspired strength training protocol actually look like?
-And much more!
If you have questions, comments or feedback about how weight training counts as cardio, then leave them below!