InquilineKea Posted April 7, 2018 Report Share Posted April 7, 2018 So I'm wondering if I should get a fitness trainer. I don't care about getting buff - I only care about reducing muscle wasting and being able to better support backpacks/reducing neck pain. I did a sample trainer in Boston and he said that I need some weight-lifting along with cardio (otherwise the constant cardio would waste away my bone structure => in fact i wonder if my most likely cause of death would be fall from weak bone structure). I am concerned about the effects of increased protein intake, however. Is lifting light weights useless if one doesn't increase protein intake? Also, what's the best feedback mechanism in response to lifting light but not heavy weights? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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