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I have a simple question can i go for jogging, running and spring run before GYM work out ? Is this make fat burn and also muscle burn ? Running before GYM makes muscle burn and does not pump the muscle ? Is this correct ? Please suggest me thoroughly. Is Running is best for GYM ? No muscle burn because running before work out. Thanks 

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If you're going to the gym to lift weights then you should run after your gym workout. Building muscle happens in the gym but the muscle work you do will also burns carbohydrates that could potentially be stored as fat. If you run before the gym you will most likely fatigue your muscles before the workout. Running will bring fat once you reach a steady state in your run so its best to already have your body working (because it continues to burn carbs after weight lifting) since the run is less intense!
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There's no doubt that cardio, like running and jogging, should be a part of your exercise routine no matter what your goals are. The question is when you should do it. Certainly not in the morning before you even eat breakfast. Also, if you go to the gym right after cardio, for weight lifting, know that fat burning from cardio happens about a few hours after you did the cardio. You will exhaust your muscles and crash fast. This is not the way to gain muscle! Then, you might think you're seeing side effects from joining the gym and working out there but it's actually because you went for a run beforehand. 

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Hey Ricky,

 

You need to consider what your ultimate goals are in exercising. If you're looking to get lean and increase your muscular endurance, sprinting before going to the gym is a very appropriate means of doing so. However, if you're looking to build muscle mass, sprint training prior to a session at the gym will fatigue your muscles and hinder your performance in the gym, and thus limit your muscle growth. Running before going to the gym will not "burn" muscles, but it will limit how much you can lift while in the gym because you've used energy and nutrients in your sprint training. If you are looking for a bodybuilder physique you should go to the gym first, and perform cardio after. If you have any other questions feel free to message me

 

Hope this helps,

cheers.

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