On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m answering your questions, including was I always in shape and how I built my self esteem through fitness.
Welcome to the first episode of our #LLTV Q&A series.
Today’s questions include:
Every Thursday, I answered your questions on camera when you simply used #LLTV and posted them to:
The goal was to set the timer on my phone and answer as many questions as possible, in the order as I received them, within 5 minutes.
So if I received your question first, it was going to get answered first.
As the show continued to grow, I was so impressed with how many questions I received from the Live Lean Nation.
However, eventually I began to receive so many questions, that I couldn’t keep up with answering them all within 5 minutes.
That’s when we revamped this #LLTV Q&A series into the current 30 minute #AskLiveLeanTV show on our Live Lean TV YouTube channel, as well as our podcast.
Typically on Monday’s we post the “Questions” tag to our Instagram stories asking for your questions.
So with all this said, lets answer your questions.
How did your move go over the weekend?
The move went really well, but I just moved into a temporary spot.
I’ll be moving into my permanent place on September 1, 2012.
I’m very happy that I found this place as it’s a great spot.
I’m now calling it the “BP Pad”, which stands for Brad and Peyton, who if you didn’t know, is my dog.
So you will be seeing new posts coming from the BP pad on September 1.
Wondering if you could make a video about what you think is good and bad about the paleo diet. It seems to be too strict for me, especially with not being able to eat grains or sweet potatoes?
I love this question about the paleo diet.
Check out the full answer where I share my thoughts on is the paleo diet good or bad for you, here.
I love carbs in general. How do I break the habit?
Check out the full answer for my best simple tip to break the habit of overeating carbohydrates, here.
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Were you always in shape?
I’ve talked about my Live Lean journey here.
I was an athlete growing up, so I was always in decent shape, but I was very self conscious of my physique.
This meant I was never comfortable taking my shirt off.
Last question because we’re getting close to the 5 minute mark.
Should you do cardio before or after your weights?
Check out the full answer for my best answer on if you should do cardio before or after your weights, here.
I have to cut it off there because we’re getting close or past the 5 minute time limit.
I have a whole bunch of other questions to answer on future #LLTV Q&A episodes.
If you want your question answered in an upcoming episode of our new #AskLiveLeanTV Q&A show, follow our @LiveLeanTV Instagram page stories, and look for the “Questions” tag on our Instagram stories on Monday’s.
Here’s a link to #LLTV Q&A episode #2.
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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.