On episode 008 of the #AskLiveLeanTV show, we’re answering 6 of your questions, including sleep after workouts, glycemic fruits, high carb breakfasts, and more.
Thanks for tuning in.
On the last episode, I got a little fired up at a couple questions.
I’m a passionate dude, and I really care about helping people.
When I hear people making excuses, I’m going to call you on it.
That’s just how I roll, and to be completely honest, sometimes you need that kick in the butt.
Remember, we’re doing it to help you.
Think of it as a friendly kick in the butt.
With that said, let’s jump into the questions.
@karlagaytan42 on Twitter asks:
I always end up stressing when I don’t workout. I’m curious about what to do on rest days from the gym?
Check out the full post: What To Do On Rest Days From The Gym
Clare W on YouTube says:
Loving the return of the #AskLiveLeanTV Q&A series. Would love to know how you guys are preparing for the 4th family member?! Have you figured out how you will both get in your workouts? Who will do the cooking? How will you stay motivated when you’ve had no sleep? Ultimately, I’m curious about how to stay fit as new parents that work?
Check out the full post: How To Stay Fit As New Parents That Work
GregXXD on YouTube asks:
Hey, is it normal that I want to sleep after a hard workout and good meal? Should I resist it or sleep for an hour? Is it good to take a nap after a workout?
Check out the full post: Is It Good To Take A Nap After A Workout?
msexton1227 on Snapchat asks:
What’s your opinion on eating oatmeal for breakfast? I’ve heard some people mix in Greek yogurt and almond milk with oatmeal. I know you guys mostly eat a high fat and protein breakfast. Do you ever eat a high carbohydrate breakfast?
Check out the full post: High Carbohydrate vs High Fat and Protein Breakfast
Margaret Nahmias on YouTube asks:
What are some examples of high glycemic and low glycemic fruit. Can you rank the glycemic index of fruits, from low to high?
Check out the full post: Glycemic Index Of Fruits Low To High
Kelly Marie on Facebook asks:
Working in the school system with kids who have special needs, I’ve noticed a trend in children’s lunch boxes of packaged and sugary foods. Can you tell us what these foods that are full of chemicals, additives, and sugar do to the body, other than weight gain, especially to children? Please talk about feeding young kids healthy food vs processed food.
Check out the full post: Feeding Young Kids Healthy Food vs Processed Food
Thanks for doing an awesome job with your questions during this episode.
We like that a lot of them were really unique.
Your involvement is so important to the show, so keep asking, and we will answer them.
We can’t forget the podcast listeners.
Big shout out you.
Hopefully you are currently listening to us while working out, or driving in the car learning, chuckling, and having fun with us.
The podcast is one of the best ways to consume this content, so go take a listen if you haven’t yet.
However, if you’re watching us on YouTube, the videos are pretty cool too.
It’s Jessica’s turn to ask the question of the day.
Tell us, how many times do you workout per week?
What is your workout schedule and intensity?
For example, do you workout two days a week, five days a week, etc?
Are you a workout-a-holic and have a hard time taking rest days?
What is your level of fitness on a weekly basis?
Tell us down in the comments below.
Keep the conversation going, and please reply to other people’s comments.
We want your help with creating this community and buddying up to keep each other accountable.
We’ll be down in the comments as well.
Thanks for watching and listening.
We’ll see you at the next episode.
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