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RISE Fitness Show: Your Questions Answered: Are Carbs Evil? Best Ab Exercises? How Often Do I Need To Switch Up My Workout?

 

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by David Garland in Health & Fitness, Interviews & Guests

Today on the RISE Fitness Show: Jumping into YOUR questions submitted on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus. Are carbs evil? Best ab exercises? How often do I need to switch up my workout? And much more…

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About Today’s Conversation

Here are the questions we dove into in today’s episode:

Josh T.: – I’m interested in different approaches to keeping your muscles off balance. For example, how often should I switch up my lifting routine? When should I change up the exercises? How often should I change up the reps?

Geordie W. – How about an ab focus question? Like how often should you focus on abs? What are the best exercises for lower abs?

Richard V. – I assume you spent 90 days on a fairly specific schedule. Will you be publishing that with details? Meaning, the times you ate and what you ate when…and the times you worked out, when you would do more cardio than weights, when you focused more on reps than weight, and so on?

Patrick Dixon – I would like to know the truth on carbs. Many say to stay away from them all together, others say to be sure to eat the right kinds, such as steel cut oats for breakfast. It gets confusing. I’ve added a daily dose of juiced vegetables to my diet and feel some noticeable advantages so far: better overall feeling, clearer skin, more energy.

Look for more Q&A next week!

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  • David, Thanks, and yes, the you nailed the name. I get them all – Gordie, Jodie and my favorite, Judy. So Geordie, like Jordy, is correct. 

    You answered the question very well, in fact, authoritatively enough that I’ll go with this above all other advice I’ve heard because they seem the most logical. I used to work the abs closer to 5 to 6 days a week, but was getting most of the definition on the upper abs, likely because I was in a rut doing the same exercises. Abs are made in the kitchen I’ll remember, and I’ll try and switch up some reps, and exercises. Planks is a good one, will add it to the schedule. Thanks! Now, off for a run.

    • David Siteman Garland

      LOL. I’ll go with Jordy 🙂

      All in the kitchen baby and keep changing up the exercises. Good luck!

 

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