1. Madison

    Hey! For the 6 week Fit Body Challenge, what equipment will be necessary to make it as effective as possible? Looking forward to starting it soon!

  2. Laurie Butler

    Hi Lindsey,
    What organizations are you certified by?


  3. Emily Johnson

    What is Lindsey certified in? What is her favorite program she would recommend?

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  5. Darlene

    Hi Lindsay, I saw your 15-day fitness challenge. I’m wondering though if I’m able to do it as I broke my arm in November and don’t have full use of my left arm yet. Can’t get it up above my shoulder. Would that be a detriment in doing your challenge?

  6. Krissy Pleszewski

    Hi Lindsey, I was searching for the best protein shake and and found Ideal lean for women and I watched your videos and I loved what I saw. This is my first time trying ideal lean for women if you can give any help or suggestions go ahead. Thanks! ordered today Ideal lean for women chocolate brownie protein shake and ideal lean BCAAS Raspberry Lemonade. I do tons of workouts so I think this will be perfect for me. If you have questions for me you can ask.

  7. Jennifer

    Starting your 15 Day Fit Challenge – even got the hubs to join me. We have been enjoying Idealshake for a month or so. I see in the nutrition plan for the Challenge you guide us to use Ideal Lean. Can we use the Idealshake since we have that supply? Would we use the same amounts?

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      Hi Jennifer, because IdealShake is a Meal Replacement shake and IdealLean is a Protein Shake, you would not be able to use them interchangeably. If you want to be able to incorporate IdealShake into a challenge you could try the Ideal Shape For Life Challenge on idealshape.com, but for this challenge it is important that you are drinking a protein shake (if you don’t have any protein powders you can find substitutions for protein). If you want to know the difference between a protein and meal replacement shake check here: http://www.idealfit.com/blog/use-protein-powder-as-meal-replacement/

  8. Megan

    I really don’t like to eat/drink any processed food. Is there an alternative to the shakes?

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      Hi Megan, so in our shakes there are 20g of protein per serving, so as an alternative you would need to consume more protein into your diet. Lean meats, plain greek yogurt, cottage cheese, eggs, etc. are all high in protein.

  9. Gina

    I am about to start the 12 week challenge and would like to know which protein powder flavor you recommend as the best to start out with?

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      Hi Gina! It totally depends on personal preference! I love chocolate brownie, chocolate coconut, and French Vanilla. They taste great on their own, or in a smoothie/milkshake. With this deal you can also get a tub of one and try samples of three other flavors, that way you can find you favorite! Look here: http://www.idealfit.com/stacks/ideallean-protein-3-sample-packs-idealfit-shaker-bottle.list. Know also that there is a money back guarantee if you are not satisfied, so you can’t go wrong any way. 🙂

  10. Savannah Graves

    is the pre workout safe to take if doing cardio?? ive heard only certain ones are safe to take if doing cardio, otherwise only use it for weight training…..

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      Generally we do recommend Pre-Workout for weight lifting. The reason is that pre-workout helps you get your energy (and heart rate up) which is good and useful for weight lifting but not really something you need when doing cardio. I recommend talking to your doctor about specific medical concerns and starting with half a scoop in order to assess your tolerance level.

  11. Becca

    What is the difference between the 6 week challenge and the 12 week challenge?

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      I’m glad you asked Becca!

      The 6 Week Fit Body Challenge is different from the 12 week challenge for a few reasons. The biggest difference is that the 6 Week Fit Body Challenge is a fitness challenge (for people who want to challenge themselves and take things to the next level) where the 12 week challenge is a weight loss challenge (for beginners who are just starting out).

      The 6 week challenge is a more advanced challenge and comes with 6 weeks of high intensity workouts. Also, the nutrition plan is designed to help you build muscle and burn fat and is overall more intense than the 12 week meal plan. There are 11 meal plans that come with the 6 week challenge and when you combine that with the complete substitution lists there are a lot more meal options and more opportunity for variety than the free 12 week challenge. In addition, the 6 week challenge comes with grocery lists to make meal planning and shopping simple and easy.

      To learn more about the 6 Week Challenge, go here: https://trainerlindsey.com/

  12. Diana Phillips

    I thought I saw something about a new 6 week challenge ! Is there one?

  13. Chelsey

    I fall in love with this product more everyday, I was just thinking if there were a local place here for a representative where I live… I would really consider the spot. (if that becomes an option in the future I am all game for that!!) I really do love the products, and programs that you offer. I have gotten great results and highly recommend it to others searching for the right program!!

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      That’s awesome! Thanks so much for recommending us, Chelsey! We’re not an MLM so we don’t have representatives, which means you can cut out the middle man and get a better deal 😉

  14. Deborah

    I’m looking for information regarding your 12 week challenge. I’m currently doing the 15 day but wanted to check out the 12 week meal plans and workouts. Thanks

  15. Jamie Scheppele

    Hi 🙂 I started a new workout program that I really like. It incorporates weight, which I am really enjoying, but I am not losing weight. I have some fat to burn so my muscle come out 🙂 but Im not sure how much cardio to do or if I am eating enough calories.
    Can you help please?

  16. Sherrie stalzer

    Im so skeptical about protein powders. Does it really keep you full or will i be craving for food in 1 hour.

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      Protein shakes and meal replacement shakes are definitely two different things. Protein shakes are not meant to replace a full meal, they’re meant to supplement your diet. If you’re looking for a meal replacement shake that will keep you full, go here: http://www.idealshape.com/meal-replacement-shakes/

  17. Mary M

    I’m just about to finish the 15 Day Challenge. I’m wondering how did you incorporate macros & micros in your meals to see the results I’m getting in your challenge! I love my results with only two days to go!!!

    1. Lindsey Mathews

      Hi! I’m so glad you love it and are seeing great results! I have over 10 years experience in writing meal plans so I just used the knowledge that I’ve gained throughout my experience in setting the right macronutrients for each plan. It would be hard for me to explain all the how’s and why’s of everything I did here… I hope you understand!

      1. Danielle

        Hey im on day 9 of the 15 day Challenge and i feel really bloated i normally have a flat tummy but i feel like it is a little pudgy right now. I avoid the dairy since im lactose intolerat. Maybe the sodium in the buffalo chicken?? Help i feel discouraged.

        1. Lindsey Mathews

          Hey Danielle! You should be drinking a ton of water so your body actually needs that sodium. If you don’t get enough sodium when you are drinking a gallon of water a day it can water down your electrolyte levels. If I were you I would give it a bit more time. It may be your body just getting used to the protein powder or the increased water intake! Try to stay strong and keep with it!!

  18. Holly

    I have to do my workouts after I get home in the afternoons. How would my plan change? Protein shake, followed by pre-workout, then BCAA’s while I workout, protein shake following workout then dinner? Also, I’m curious, what benefits do you get from drinking a protein shake before bed?

    1. Lindsey Mathews

      Yes you’re right! No matter when you lift you’ll want your protein powder pre and post workout and then pre workout supplement before you lift and BCAA’s during. Be careful taking the pre workout too close to bedtime though since there is caffeine in it. Also, protein powder is a great last meal of the day because it’s a low calorie protein source that your body can easily digest when you’re sleeping and it helps my night time sweet tooth!

  19. Michele

    hey, So as many other women it’s a new year and new me in on the mind! I have since started weight watchers and going to the gym 4-5 times a week 2 days I work with a personal trainer. I know I need some type of protein to help, I heard great things about this protein, wondering how many times a day you take it, before or after work outs and do you really recommend the pre-workout? I know it’s sold out right now but just curious!

    1. Lindsey Mathews

      Hey! I take it 2-3 times a day. I have it pre workout and post workout and sometimes before bed as well. 🙂 I LOVE our pre workout! It tastes amazing and makes me feel so good during my workout! Great energy!

  20. krystal

    Lindsey–any hints as to when the 6 week challenge will come out? Inquiring minds want to know! 😉

  21. Karen

    I’ve done your 15 day challenge & I’m doing it again. I love it! What is the 6 week challenge and where can I sign up?

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      The 6 Week Challenge hasn’t launched yet. But, it’s coming soon so keep an eye out 🙂

  22. Lindsey Thomas

    Lindsey ,
    Is the ideallean protein safe for pregnant women? I am 12 weeks pregnant and looking for a quality protein to take after workouts.

    1. Lindsey Mathews

      Check with your doctor to make sure it’s right for you but many pregnant women use IdealLean Protein!

  23. Kailey demeo

    I just started the 12 week challenge and want to follow the nutritional guidelines, but I’m also a mother who’s nursing so I need a higher calorie count diet. I was wondering if you had any tricks to help me keep my calorie count up between 2500-3000 so my milk supply doesn’t drop.

    1. Lindsey Mathews

      Hi Kailey! Are you following the Ideal Plan? If so, you can do the food amounts in that plan times 1.5. That will increase your calories in the right proportions. 🙂

    1. Lindsey Mathews

      Hi Karen! I love IdealLean Preworkout! I’ve been using it for a while and it’s the best I’ve ever used! We did just sell out of it though but check back in a couple weeks at idealfit-thg.eu-west-1.elasticbeanstalk.com/preworkout. 🙂

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