Our expert says:
Not necessarily. It's not necessarily true for weight training either. That rule of one day on, one day off is a guideline that is safe and recommended for most people, but it's not cast in stone. So you can train on consecutive days, it's not necessarily bad, but it depends on the person. There are, for example, athletes who train twice a day every day of the week. Some even three times a day (the elites).
For you, with a 10 to 15 minute jog before training, there's probably very little risk in doing two consecutive days. If it was a 10 kilometer run, then it's another story, but that's short enough that you'll recover fine in between, so yes, you can train on consecutive days (just not on every day of the week - you still need a rest day once a week).
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