The achievements page (dailyburn.com/achievements), which lists the ranks and all the possible icons you can get, is no longer there. With any luck, they're revamping it and all the progress we've made will show up afterwards. I don't want to be a couch potato again, :(.
I actually chatted with a representative from DailyBurn about it. If you select a new workout, it cancels the one you're currently doing. I think it'd be a great feature if you could tack it on at the end, but that isn't how it works right now, unfortunately. :(
Once I complete the DB15 series in a couple days, I'm looking to start TBT, and I want to know what will happen if I select that program now. Will it replace the DB15 workout on my calendar, or will it start up at the end of the 15 days? I just don't want to lose all my progress with DB15, :D.
I know most ways of preparing grits involve copious amounts of butter or milk, but are grits prepared with water and a little salt healthy? Thanks.
I've started working out several times before, but because of my weak joints, I always have to stop before I meet my goals; last time I did something like this, I got a stress fracture in my ankle and had to stop completely. Is there anything on this site that will give me a good workout without injuring my ankles and knees? Thanks.
If I'm right, and don't take my word on it, points are for getting a new rank. For instance, since I only joined recently, I'm a "Couch Potato," but after 1500 points, I'll go up "Recruit." If you want a full list, you can find it here: http://dailyburn.com/achievem....
It's good to worry about how much sugar you're taking in, but you should also keep in mind how much fiber you're taking in as well. In fruits, sugar is paired with fiber, and that keeps our bodies from absorbing nearly so much sugar as, say, eating a bowl of ice cream. With all the fiber you mention in that (both the fiber in the fruit and in the granola), it should be fine. Just don't go overboard with it, ;P.
If you're interested in learning more about how sugar affects your body, Robert Lustig is pretty much the best of the best for that. Keep up the good work!