On episode 006 of the #AskLiveLeanTV show, we’re answering 9 of your questions, including can I workout before or after donating blood?
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ciscoballs from Snapchat asks:
“How do you decide what to workout? You develop these awesome programs to help us develop a lifestyle. What do you do when you already live it? I know your HIIT and muscle grouping. What inspires you to make a schedule for that week? I’m trying to Live Lean so I need more expert Live Lean advice. And when is the yoga video program coming out? You guys really changed my life. Thank you.”
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Rosalind from Snapchat asks:
“I’ve been working out constantly and following a clean and lean diet. I am very happy with how I look now, minus my tummy and inner thighs, which seem to be holding all my fat. Do you have any advice for inner thigh fat and tummy fat? I get married in 3 months and want to look amazing. I have been Living Lean for over 2 years now, but it’s still those problem areas that I can’t shift. Many thanks to you both.”
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Jessica Lynn from Instagram asks:
“What is the optimal ratio for cardio days vs strength training days? I’ve read that if you want to lose weight and tone up, it should be 3-4 days of cardio and 2-3 days of strength. I personally still have weight to lose, but also want to increase definition now that some of the weight is gone. Plus, I want to keep toning up until I’m where I want to be physically. Any input is greatly appreciated! Thank you guys for you awesome videos!”
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ricker2000 on Snapchat asks:
“I just saw a #AskLiveLeanTV episode and was surprised to see my question about the best abs friendly alcohol was answered. You guys are the only peeps who interact with your viewers – you rock! You may have already made a video on this before, but do you ever make bread? I know you aren’t a big fan of flour, but I love bread. Can you eat bread and get abs? Do you have any good bread substitutions?”
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Tino on Snapchat asks:
“How to get a v-tapered body and what are the benefits? Also, what muscles should be worked and what are the best exercises to get a v-tapered body? I appreciate the 5-10 minute workouts.”
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Lady Rosaleee on Twitter asks:
“Whenever I eat eggs and meat my butt goes off like a bubble machine, ALL DAY. This is so embarrassing. I would love to know how to stop gassy protein farts? What should I do?”
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@CollegeRapedMe on Twitter asks:
“How do you lose back fat / boobs?”
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@Danielleger1 on Snapchat asks:
“Hi Brad, Jessica, and Bruno! Here is a question for you. We take BCAAs and glutamine during our workouts. When you pull a two a day workout, we did upper body in the morning and legs in the afternoon, should you take BCCAs and glutamine for both two a day workouts? Thanks in advance.”
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Hunter on Snapchat asks:
“Hey, I’ve got a question for you. I plan on donating blood tomorrow at my school and was wondering if I should not work out in the morning like I do every day? Should I not work out the day after as well, or should I just not donate blood? What is best for my health and muscle growth? Thanks.”
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Let’s get to the question of the day.
Since Living Lean is about being a good person too, my question of the day is, what is the last selfless thing you have done for somebody else?
My man Hunter just said he gave blood.
What was the last thing you did?
Tell us in the comments below.
Since we want to make you think, our question of the days have been deep.
Thanks for tuning in, we’ll see you at #AskLiveLeanTV Ep. 007.
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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.