First of, look at your diet. Second..that is a lot of cardio! I would say, 3-4 days a week is the recommendation made on this site for cardio on a cut. Also the optimal strategy is to have cardio on a separate day than weight training. The less optional strategy is to have a cardio session the same day with AT LEAST 6 hrs in between sessions.
I have used supersets and compound sets. The idea here is to switch training techniques so that you keep on seeing results. So, even if supersets work..I don't use a training strategy more than 6 weeks. I change workouts every month. Every training session is different. *periodization and shocking methods*
Which is a sample workout for you?
Which is your split? *how do you work out bodyparts on your routine*
You need to find what works for your body and there is trial and error involved her.
So, check diet. Check training.
- for tracking food intake
- for post workout nutrition
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