WIld and crazy superwomen can do it all – cardio, weight training, getting fit, losing weight, shopping at glycogen stores. But in what order should we overachieve with our exercise activity? Weights then cardio? Wait on weights? Who’s on first? Fun and Fit has the definitive answer: “It depends.”
Frank is on a “Pain, but no Gain” cardio workout program that creates knee troubles. Spinning has his head spinning; treading leaves him unable to tread even lightly. Diving in to rescue him from agony and 25 extra pounds is Fun and Fit. Were K and A able to harness twin telepathy to come up with a solution for this suffering senior soul?
What’s a guy to do when his 6 pack abs look more like a 12 pack? But he does not want to trade in his burger and fries for wilted lettuce and greens. Can a bad boy of fitness cut the lard habits and get to 6 pack nirvana with food he likes and twins he adores? Ok, we might have added that last bit for promotional purposes. Is this a case of “pie or fly: are those the only choices?” or does this week’s questioner have other options? He does the strength training, but does he have the strength to say “no.”
What is the motivation behind wearing sexy workout clothes? To exercise longer? To make you feel better? To send a message to others? What if that message is “these clothes are so tight it looks as though piglets are fighting under blankets”? What is better for tucking your parts back in if they wiggle free – tight or loose workout wear? Do you see the challenges fitness pros and twins, Kymberly and Alexandra rise to meet? What do you advise when it comes to matching gear to goals?
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Dana runs around all day, running a horse ranch, yet wants to know a way to determine if she’s fit. She doesn’t mind horsing around, yet wants to avoid the gym. Is she looking for functional fitness or standards for measuring fitness? And what is her husband’s opinion? Does she care?