My biggest problem is chowing down on fastfood for lunch at work. I have cut down those meals to 1-2 a week now (used to be every day!). I think for me, when I am working out, I naturally lean towards fresh veggies/fruits and lean meats. I also live with my boyfriend which limits me to making food with his appetite in mind (not so keen on tri-daily salads).
TBT was a lot of work that improved my strength and burns a ton of calories in a short time. They are high intensity but well worth the effort. I lost 7 pounds in 3.5 weeks. I can't vouch for MOVE as I haven't tried it. Good luck with the weight loss!
Yes, yes they do seem impossible. You probably have to throw good form out the window if you are going for speed.
I've been doing TBT and loving it. My goal is to get stronger and the varying levels for each exercise has been helpful in gauging my own body's fitness that day. Also, it IS nice to have workouts that require no equpiment, but you should pick what feels best for you.
I totally agree with the music. If there isn't a good beat, I don't push quite as hard.
I am on day 9 of the TBT workouts and am getting my butt kicked (in a good way!). My motivation to keep pushing through those reps is knowing how great I feel through the rest of my day. I also have a tasty chocolate protein shake waiting for me afterwards. What do you do to push yourself through those tough workouts?
My boyfriend is on the ketosis diet (very low carb!) and I use Linda's low carb recipes - ( http://genaw.com/lowcarb/reci... ). I do this ALL the time for sugar-free desserts. If you love to bake, like me, it is a life saver since we can't have cookies or candies in the house.
This has happened to me, too. Were you watching it through an app. or through the computer?