1. Karen Tietjen

    I’m diabetic; can I drink these? BCAA?
    I’m worried about the sugar…..

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      Hi Karen, we recommend talking to your doctor first. 🙂

  2. Amber

    Hi, I have been mixing a 1/2 scoop of raspberry lemonade BCAAs with 1/2 a scoop of blue raspberry pre workout and drink it on my way to work. I am a housekeeper and sweat 3-5 hours a day working. Am I getting the benefits if only using a 1/2 scoop of each? And is mixing them ok? I love the taste!

    1. McKenzie Pinckney

      Hi Amber! You know, I’ve never really heard of anyone combining them, but I don’t see the issue in that. Typically, you want a full scoop of the BCAAs for optimal benefits, so maybe increase the water amount in your shaker bottle and do a full scoop, and continue your half scoop of Pre-Workout if that serving size as been working for you! I don’t see why you shouldn’t be able to mix them, so keep doing that if you enjoy it 🙂

  3. Tracy

    I just have had rotator cuff surgery and will not be ready for any weight lifting for a few months… will this 15 day free offer be available when I am ready in a few months?

  4. Nedy

    Hi Denise, great info, I’m starting gym again any other suggestions?

  5. Mandy Brown

    I love this workout!!! Do you have a 20 minute superset for lower body??

    1. McKenzie Pinckney

      Yes! Check out Lindsey’s Instagram account. She has SO many awesome combination videos. Look her up, @trainerlindsey 🙂

  6. Denise

    Lindsay, this is my first time viewing your site & reading your training articles. I am 57 and due for TKR. If there are videos you’ve made available for those of us who are attacking staying fit & active while heading into/out of the OR, please share! ❤️ Your site!

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      Hi Denise! I’m so glad you found us. So we do have an article talking about injury/surgery and how to cope, you can read it here: http://www.idealfit.com/blog/coping-with-injury/. The best person to talk to though would be your doctor and physical therapist to help you through this time. We definitely do recommend incorporating supplements into your day and keeping a healthy diet. 🙂

  7. Heather

    How often are these arm circuits to be done? 2 or 3 times a week? Or 4-5 days? Should you rest in between these arm days and do a different muscle group like legs? I want to work hard but also want to allow for proper growth and recovery. I have my green apple bcaa’s ready to go too! 😉

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      I would just do it a few times a week. You should definitely rest in between those arm days! I like to focus on one or two muscle groups a day, and give myself a break (2-3 days) between working the same muscles again. If you want more workouts, Lindsey has a FREE 15 Day Fit Body Challenge that provides workouts, meal plans, and support. Check it out here: http://www.idealfit.com/15-day-fit-body-challenge.list?widget_id=359563

  8. Amanda

    If Stevie is not good, but yet it’s better than slenda, etc. What do you recommend.

  9. Summer

    Any unflavored BCAA ? I find artificial sweeteners to be the worst ever for your health. Even stevia or agave aren’t as healthy as lead to believe. I get everything unflavored and flavor myself with mostly fruits or just drink natural.
    Thank you

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      Hi Summer, at this time we don’t have any unflavored BCAAs, but that is a great idea! Thanks for the feedback.

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      Branched chain amino acids. It refers to three amino acids—leucine, isoleucine, and valine and helps to promote muscle protein synthesis, helps with recovery and lean muscle growth.

  10. Julie Berlin

    Are there substitute exercises if you don’t have the cable machines? Like with Dumbbells?

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      Yeah definitely! You could do dumbbell curls instead of cable curls (or hammer curls), and you could do lying dumbbell tricep extensions with dumbbells.

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