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Fitness Q&A #2 (Intermittent Fasting, NoFap, Multivitamins, Low Carb Diets)



Fitness Q&A #2

Question #1 (00:27) – Do you think tracking macros is really necessary to build muscle and lose fat or is it okay to just focus on total calories instead?

Question #2 (02:09) – Are low carb diets effective for losing fat? I’ve talked to a lot of people who went the low carb route and saw great results and I’m thinking of trying it out myself.

Question #3 (03:29) – I’ve been cutting for 4 months, dropped 20 pounds, am down to about 12% body fat and I’m fairly lean all over but still have a thin layer of lower ab fat. Is it just a matter of continuing to push the calorie deficit or are there any other fat burning tips that will help?

Question #4 (05:04) – Do you think multivitamins are a worthwhile supplement? I always here conflicting views on this. I already eat pretty healthy so I don’t know if I should bother.

Question #5 (06:43) – I’ve been out of the gym for over a year due to personal reasons. I need to get back into it but I have anxiety about going to the gym. What’s the best way to get over this?

Question #6 (08:04) – I’m bulking and sometimes I have trouble hitting my calorie surplus for the day. Would it be okay to use a weight gain powder to help out with this?

Question #7 (09:06) – I’m very active and I currently play basketball 3-4x a week for an hour plus have a physically demanding job. Can I still make muscle gains or will it be too hard for me given how active I already am?

Question #8 (10:55) – What do you think about intermittent fasting? Are there any particular benefits to an IF diet or is it just hype?

Question #9 (12:12) – I track my calorie intake and my calories are fairly low, only 1800 per day. I’m pretty sure I’m in a calorie deficit but I’m not losing fat or dropping weight on the scale. What could be the problem here?

Question #10 (13:44) – Thoughts on NoFap?

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