One more thing about trying to speed things along by adding a lot of cardio, two-a-days, or just insanely long training sessions. It seems to back fire on me in terms of body composition because it generally results in a proportionately HUGE appetite which makes me want to EAT my results.
I like this idea of the Minimum Effective Dose.
Jenn Comas -
"So, how often do you do two-a-days?"
I was chatting with a gentleman at the gym this morning when he asked me that question.
"Um, never?" was my response.
"Really? Why not?" he asked.
Because when it comes to diet and training, I live by the Minimum Effective Dose, and my clients follow the same principle.
We do just enough to elicit the results that we want, and not a drop more, because it's simply not necessary.
To be healthy, strong, and lean, we need to be extremely consistent with smart training, fantastic nutrition, and plenty of high-quality sleep.
Two-a-day training sessions not required