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    Boxer Endurance

    Hello everyone... In the workout mentioned above, after each exercise, it says "50 high knees", so 300 in total for each set... After a good warm-up, does this "super filler" count as cardio, or do I have to do something extra... Because I really hope I don't have to....

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    Everything that gets your heart rate up high enough and holds it there for a while is considered cardio. So, if these high knees do that for you then there you go, cardio training right there!

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      TheRaven But if I want to get the most cardio, should I stick with it, or choose boxer speed (it has 90" of jump rope for 3-5 sets), assuming I do the same number of sets... I know I ask abstract questions, but I really want to get the most out of my workout and I really appreciate your insight...

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        You really can't go wrong with either of them. It's hard to put numbers on to which one is more effective in a specific aspect. Both are very taxing on your cardiovascular system as a whole, go all out and you'll be fine.

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          TheRaven first of all, thank you for responding... Would you say boxer speed acts kind of like HIIT, as if both are timed and you have to give your all ? "Endurance" seems to me, as cardio/strength and "speed" as HIIT/strength...

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            You can say that Boxer Speed takes a bit of a HIIT approach, yes.
            Cardio training is any kind of training that puts emphasis on your cardiovascular system (hence the name), meaning your heart and your circulatory system. HIIT does that too. So technically speaking you can't draw a line and say "This is cardio and that is HIIT".

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