Keto 6tm The rule here is only one thing - do not overload yourself. In all the measure is needed. How to determine the measure for yourself? As a rule, 3-4 workouts per week are enough. No more. Power or cardio - it does not matter. If you want to combine aerobic and strength training, then you are advised to do 3 strength and 1 full cardio session per week. If this is not enough for you, then add a mini-cardio on the days of strength training, for example, 15-20 minutes with low intensity. Separately, it should be said about the interval training. Any type of training where alternating stages of low and high intensity are great for losing weight, but not everyone can withstand them. What are they good for? For a short period of time (15-30 minutes), you spend as many calories as an hour of strength training or 60-70 minutes of slow cardio. However, such training is very stressful to the nervous system, so you should not do more than twice a week, otherwise you risk completely go the distance and even get sick. Against the background of overtraining, immunity falls. An example of interval training is running with acceleration: you run as fast as possible for 15–20 seconds, and then walk or stand slowly for 60 seconds, trying to recover your breath. Next, you are waiting for a new 15-20 seconds sprint and another rest. The repetition of such "circles" 5-10 times - typical interval training. That is, the ideal picture looks like this: 1-2 cardio sessions, 2-3 weight training, and 1 interval workout per week. On average, this amount will be more than enough even for an experienced athlete. Training and nutrition why do people train when they gain extra pounds? Thus, we expend calories and force the body to spend a lot of energy. Where to get more new energy? The first thing that comes to mind is to start eating more. And this is the most common problem when adding workouts for weight loss. A person begins to spend more calories, but at the same time eats as much more, and sometimes even over the necessary rate.