Our expert says:
SIx of one, half a dozen of the other, so to speak. THere's no single option that is better than the others, and so you have to adopt the pragmatic viewpoint, which is to say that you need to do whatever you will do! That is, do what you enjoy. And you'll quickly find which of the two you prefer, and then make that your focus. The "resistance" that you build is not a physiological one, incidentally, but rather mental. Your body won't become "resistant" to the training if you do just one, but you can certainly become a bit "overdone" if you do only one activity. The variety of mixing them is good, and so I agree with Ben, though for a different reason!
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