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King of The Hill on Cardio

On February 17, 2013 by Physical Culturist

Funny sequence from. King of the Hill – SE11E11 – Bill Bulk and the Body Buddies.

King of the Hill - SE11E11 - Bill  Bulk  and the Body Buddies

It’s true. Most bodybuilders hate cardio; at least in its traditional sense (running)

King of the Hill - SE11E11 - Bill  Bulk  and the Body Buddies

The general population has been programmed into thinking that running for hours like a hamster on a wheel, is good for our health. I believe that this has been done intentionally to make people unhealthy, catabolizing their own muscles with excessive aerobics, injuring the joints in their lower extremities, giving themselves heart problems, etc… therefore, increasing their reliance on the medical/pharmaceutical (Big Pharma) industries.

Sure, there is a time and place for running in a fitness regime, but the way most people approach it today is totally wrong.

It is my opinion that building strength and muscle should come first… and then add in some sprints and long walks for health, and to aid in the prevention of fat gain.

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