You've probably heard that cardio makes you small and weak.
"It causes too much muscle damage, you'll overtrain."
"It's too catabolic."
"Cardio makes it impossible to get strong -- ever see a marathon runner squat?"
There's some truth to all of that. If you do cardio in the wrong way, you'll probably lose muscle and strength.
But if you use cardio properly, you can actually build more muscle and get stronger, not to mention stay healthier.
In this podcast, Alex Viada, an Ironman triathlete and 700+ pound deadlifter and squatter, explains exactly how to get all of the benefits of cardio, without the downsides.
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