I am not sure how using kettlebells compares to using freeweights. I don't want to buy too heavy, buy I don't want to buy too light either.
What about Wii?
What do you mean by "count towards the program you are enrolled in". Does something different happen when you complete the workouts as part of a program?
All moves can be modified and any movement is better then no movement. The farther you move your limbs away from your center the harder any movement is going to be. Also, if you keep a slight bend in your joints it eases the tension on the muscle. For example, when doing a lunge, take a smaller step, keep a slight bend in both knees and don't drop down as far. If the move requires a piece of equipment, dumbbells or medicine ball, just don't use the equipment. If the move has you stepping up on to something, don't step up, just tap your foot in front of you. If the move requires balance, hold on to a wall or a chair. Even a push up can be done at an angle against a wall. Use what you need to keep you from injury and to keep you exercising.
Also, is there a way to send a message or note to a follower?
Hi Kim. Can you see this?
I think the fact that you are seeing changes with a steady weight would indicate fat loss and muscle gain.
I really like the idea of a playlist, but I would like to set up a week or so at a time, sort of make my own workout calendar. My time varies so much from week to week with kid activities, dr. appts., and general errands that a preset program doesn't always work. It would be great to sit down Sunday night and plan my workouts for the week.
I like the workouts that don't require equipment, or just a mat. Easier to do those workouts anywhere.
Depends on what else is in it. Some non fat flavored yogurts have quite a bit of sugar in them. Also, there is nothing wrong with full fat yogurt.
Another way to get there is: Click on your user name in the top right corner. From the drop down select MyProfile. Then select the Notifications tab. Scroll down until you see an achievement listed. Click on the achievement link and it will take you to the acievement page.
I have been reading the nutrition articles before I start Ignite and I am rather confused as to how to determine the difference between "natural" sugar and "added" sugar. Also, in one part of the Ignite info it says to keep to food items with 10g but you only eat 1/2 a serving, that is OK? And for things like fruit, what is a serving?
Just select the program again on Monday.
I have done the first 13 days of TBT and I haven't received the dedication 1 award: working out every day for a week. Am I doing something wrong or is there a glitch?
well that 's a good idea but i really don't have that much time.