How many people are using just the workouts and are not signed up for the nutrition part? How do those of you lead a healthy eating lifestyle?
If I'm alternating intensity of workouts from day to day and make sure to have one low-key day can I still do a workout everyday of the week?
I'm curious if Daily Burn is the only manufacturer of this type of protein or if I could find something like it in, say, my local health food store?
Is there something specific to fuel your body with after a particularly hard workout or is any healthy choice ok? Sometimes I feel like even somethng healthy and strengthening makes me feel yucky after I've worked my body.
I have gall bladder issues and I have to be very careful of my fat intake and I'm a little wary of some of the ignite recipes. Any reason for the extremely high fat content? Some of the salad and dinner recipes have more than 40 grams of fat and that just seems unhealthy. What is the explanation for that?
That's a good idea, I saw that Briohny is a contributor to yogisanonymous, I might check that out as a supplement to this program. Yoga is awesome!
I'm loving the yoga program with Briohny and I'm excited about the process of working through each video. I've looked through the Discover page to see what other video options are out there and I noticed there's only 9 yoga videos. Is that all the options or am I missing another page?
I have had issues with my gallbladder in the past and it is strongly encouraged to avoid cleanses, detoxes, fasts, ect. I have done many elimination diets in the past and I'm already aware of which foods bother me and which don't. I'm already following a healthy eating plan similar the 2nd part of the ignite program. I wanted to see if there was a way that I could start the program but skip the 21 day part. If not I might just go through the motions but I want it to be worth my while and as beneficial for me as possible. Thanks!