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On episode 004 of the #AskLiveLeanTV show, we’re providing expert answers to your fitness and nutrition questions.
By the way, we are now officially a podcast, so shoutout to all our podcast listeners.
During the last episode, we asked for your feedback on how we can decide who to give gift cards too for participating.
I don’t remember who it was, but one person came up with a great idea.
They suggested we pick someone who rates and reviews the podcast on:
We’ll then pick a review to win a $25 gift certificate from Myprotein to get supplements, clothing, or anything else you want to buy.
If you’re new to the #AskLiveLeanTV show, send us a question using #AskLiveLeanTV on social media, and we’ll answer it on film:
Hint: Twitter is the best place to do it.
With that said, thank you for joining in, and let’s jump right into the first question.
Tara D Cooper from Facebook says:
“My question has to do with steady state cardio vs high intensity. I much prefer doing shorter, high intensity cardio, but I have a friend who recently hired a personal trainer and was told to do steady state cardio to keep her heart rate at a certain level for an HOUR. Otherwise instead of burning fat, she is burning muscle. Does HIIT burn muscle? Would love to hear your thoughts on this! Love you guys! #LiveLeanIsTheBestTeam.”
Check out the full post: Does HIIT Burn Muscle?
Danielleger1 on Snapchat asks:
“How much protein powder should you take after your workout? Is it based on your bodyweight? For example, if I weigh 150 lbs, would a 200 lbs person take the same amount of protein post workout or more? Is there a weight to protein powder ratio that we should follow after the workout to maximize our gains and recovery? Thanks.”
Check out the full post: How Much Protein Powder Should You Take After Your Workout?
Carianne on Snapchat says:
“My husband Lives Lean 365 days a year and I’m just starting my journey. We have 4 children, and overall eat pretty healthy. Any suggestions on how Living Lean can be applied to family life? For example, how to meal prep for 6 people? Thanks in advance.”
Check out the full post: 6 Healthy Meal Prep Tips For Families With Kids
Ronni.o on Snapchat asks:
“My goal is 1790 calories a day. But at the end of the day, I am in a calorie deficit of over 1000 calories due to working out. Is a 1000 calorie deficit a day healthy for weight loss? I want to make sure I’m maximizing my effort.”
Check out the full post: Is A 1000 Calorie Deficit A Day Healthy For Weight Loss?
CiscoBalls on Snapchat asks:
“I know Living Lean is a lifestyle, but life is really busy at times. Is drinking your meals as healthy as eating them? For example, greens and whey?”
Check out the full post: Is Drinking Your Meals As Healthy As Eating Them?
ricker2000 on Snapchat asks:
“What are your thoughts on aging and metabolism? I have noticed as I’ve gotten into my mid-30s that my metabolism is not the same as in my early 20s. Is that due to a change in lifestyle? Does your metabolism slow down in your 30s? I have read differing opinions but I want to know what Mr. Live Lean thinks.”
Check out the full post: Does Your Metabolism Slow Down In Your 30s?
Kathy Figueroa on Facebook asks:
“Hey Brad and Jess! First of all thank you so much for all that you do 🙂 I’ve been a part of Team Live Lean since I started my journey about a year ago. I must say, most of my knowledge on fitness and nutrition, has been learned from you guys 😅. My question is, is there a preference with what time of day you eat fruit? Does it matter when I eat it as long as it fits with my daily calorie needs? Is eating fruit at night good or bad? Thanks again.“
Check out the full post: Eating Fruit At Night Good Or Bad?
@FemkePointl on Twitter asks:
“What to do when you plateau in weight loss and muscle building?”
Check out the full post: What To Do When You Plateau In Weight Loss And Muscle Building
Thanks for all your questions and please keep them coming in.
Make sure to use #AskLiveleanTV, since this is what we search to find them.
When you do, this will get your questions answered for sure.
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These ratings and reviews are very important for the first 90 days of a new podcast, so please go do that.
Today’s question of the day is related to nutrition.
When it comes to nutrition, if there’s one thing you struggle with the most, what would it be?
Is it To Do With:
What is the number one thing you struggle with, when it comes to nutrition?
Post your answers below.
Thank you so much for tuning in to #AskLiveLeanTV Episode 004.
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We’ll see you at episode 005.
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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.