14 Comments

  1. Stacy

    I do cardio 5 days a week, I love that feeling of running/jogging, then weight training, switching off muscle groups. I give myself 2 full days of rest, usually weekends. I get 8 hrs of sleep. But I still feel like I should be getting more , as far as results.

    1. Devin Olsen

      That sounds like a great regimen Stacy! As long as your training, rest, and nutrition are the best they can be, you can be confident in knowing that the results will come, although they might not appear immediately 🙂

  2. Raelynn richey

    What other forms of baas are there other then ideallean?

    1. Caitlin Peterson

      Hi Raelynn, you can also get BCAAs in pill form. We love the powder form because not only are our flavors delicious, they also hydrate you during your workout, and we find it taking it easier to take. 🙂

  3. Jacqueline Orsolino

    Hello, I really hope you could help me with this. so I am almost with my weight goal, and even if im not. I would like to be tuner, and yet remained losing some weight.

    Should I take the protein powder along with my meal replacement? and how should I cooperate it with my meal replacement? Should I switch with I deal lean from my ideal burn?? I would like to see a fast result..to become thinner and tune?? please let me know what you think. and thanks in advance.

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      Hi Jacqueline, if you’re getting close to your goal weight and you’re interested in toning up and still burning fat, I highly recommend Trainer Lindsey’s 15 Day Fit Body Challenge. You get great results and you’ll learn a lot about fitness nutrition. Here’s a link to sign up: https:// idealfit-thg.eu-west-1.elasticbeanstalk.com/15-day-fit-body-challenge/

  4. Lauren Myers

    I am dying to try the IdealLean protein and BCAAs but I am currently nursing my & week old. Are these safe for breastfeeding mommas?

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      Yes, we even have a program just for moms! It’s called the 15 Day Mommy Fit Challenge. Here’s a link to learn more and sign up: https:// idealfit-thg.eu-west-1.elasticbeanstalk.com/mommy-trainer/

  5. Kristin

    As per the workout schedule shown above, (ie monday triceps/shoulers) how long are your workout sessions for each day and how many exercises do you do for each muscle group?
    Thanks,
    Kristin Desranleau

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      If you’re looking for a workout plan that is a little more spelled out, I would recommend joining our 15 Day Fit Body Challenge. It comes with a workout plan and videos so that you’ll exactly what to do! Here’s a link to learn more: https:// idealfit-thg.eu-west-1.elasticbeanstalk.com/15-day-fit-body-challenge/

    2. Karen Sessions

      Each training session should not exceed an hour. Choose 3 exercises per muscle group and do 3-4 sets for each exercise in the 10-12 rep range. I’d recommend starting each body part workout with a compound exercise and work down to isolation exercises.

      Example: Shoulders: DB Presses 10 reps, Bentover Lat Raises, 10 reps, Upright Rows 12 reps

      Triceps: DB Overhead Extensions 10 reps, Skulls 10 reps, V-Bar Pushdown 12 reps.

      When grouping shoulders and triceps together, work your shoulders first, it’s the larger muscle group of the two.

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