Reverse Diet Weight Gain, Training Boredom, Macro OCD, and More…

Episode 557

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1:13 – Tailored Trainer Launch

8:47 – What is “reasonable” weight gain during the reverse dieting stage. Is 20lbs within 3-4 months concerning?

14:07 – For a client that gets bored easily- how do you program workouts? If we keep a program for a month, which exercises to keep for the whole month and what can vary workout to workout?

21:36- How perfect do you need to track macros? Like even chewing gum? Also how do you hit a range of calories but still be in a deficit?

29:00 – Pre workout that doesn’t make you jittery/keep you awake? I train at 4:30pm so looking for something that won’t disrupt my sleep. If it even exists.

32:48 – When you say hit each muscle group multiple times a week must it be equally spread out like 2 chest exercises on upper and on push. Or can it be upper being chest focused with 3-4 exercises and then push being shoulder and tri focused with Just one chest exercises for example. When I spread equally I feel I never work the muscle hard enough in a session

39:40 – What do think of RPR? (Reactive performance reset) your programming has a focus on activation and wondered if you’re come a across RPR

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