Eat more. If you are hungry, especially while you are nursing, eat something. Make it something healthy but with some healthy fats, like a small salad with olive oil and vinegar, or some steamed veggies with a little butter, or some nuts. Then drink a big glass of water and give it 20 or so minutes, and see if you are still hungry. Fat helps you feel full. If after the 20 minutes you are still hungry, you might need to eat more calories on a regular basis. Just make sure they are the RIGHT calories.
OH and make sure you are getting enough protein! 30 grams at breakfast, and at least 60 for the whole day, especially since you are working out (I assume).
I haven't had any problems. I've only been using it with PS3 for about a week, though. I'll come back and update if I do.
There doesn't seem to be. I don't have the credit I had from the referrals I had anymore, either.
Yeah, I also will switch up the workouts if I'm too sore. I'd recommend ice over heat though. Heat tends to increase inflammation, and although it feels good while you're doing it, it can cause more problems in the long run.
Some of them are a month long, so I'd say yeah, switch them as often as you work through the program. If you are doing Intelliburn, it pretty much does that for you, though.
You can learn to like foods you don't like right now if you just keep eating them. Only a few bites, once or twice a week, and you'll train your taste buds. That's how a lot of parents teach their kids to like new things - don't just make them taste something ONCE and say "I don't like it." They have to try it several times.
And soy isn't the only replacement for dairy. Try coconut or almond milk instead. Neither of them (soy or dairy) is healthy.
Yeah, I was going to suggest trying Inferno, too.
Yeah, I recommend True Beginner, too.
Of course! If you are exercising, you are exercising. Do it how you like :-)
I think Total Cardio looks a bit harder than Cardio Sculpt, too.
It's $10 a month for just the workouts, $15 a month for workouts and nutrition. Or you can pay $120 for a year and get both.
Eat a little bit at a time. Just eat three bites. That's how parents teach their kids to like new things. Adults can learn to like new things, too. Also, try combining things you don't like with things you do like.
Most of them are done without any equipment. A few use hand weights. I don't think I've done any that use bands of any kind.
I'm not sure what it looks like on your iPad, but if you go onto your computer, you'll see your picture in the upper right corner. You click on that and get a drop down menu that will show you your progress.
Be patient, I'm sure they'll come out with an android app soon. Yes, it annoys me, too, that only Apple is currently supported. It's not like "no one has android" anymore.