ANSWERED QUESTIONS

Nutrition (2)

Must I eat breakfast in the morning?

There are no “must” words since I’m not the police who is going to force you to do anything. However from experience, the people who do eat a healthy breakfast

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Why is gluten or dairy bad for me?

People are tolerant/intolerant to these foods to differing degrees. The degree to which the foods have been processed also makes a difference. Raw goat milk for example is less likely

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Training (6)

Male Client: I only want to put on upper body mass. Why am I training my legs.

Firstly it does look funny if you have a massive upper body and a tiny lower body. We call that look “riding a chicken”. However if you are somehow gifted

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Why doesn’t my training program have any abs? I want a 6-pack.

Abs training is important and most clients do ab training maybe 8 weeks out of a year (52 weeks). However once the abs are trained hard for 8 weeks, you

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How does weight training help me lose weight? Wouldn’t I get bigger/heavier?

Ok, 1kg of muscle weights the same as 1kg of fat. Obviously. Now the question is, do they look the same? Muscle is mostly water, and fat is well… mostly fat.

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I have weak joints. Is it safe for me to lift weights?

You need to define weak. Pain? Old injuries? Clicking? Soreness after activity? There are multiple causes for what you may describe as “weakness”. Some can certainly be improved by training

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I heard stretching makes you weaker so why am I stretching before training?

This is true – sometimes. There is no hard and fast rule in this area. Here is how you should think about it. If you are very flexible and your

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Is there any difference training in the morning compared to the evening?

In theory, and both western and eastern medicine tend to agree on this… is that the best times to train are a few hours after waking up, and a few

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