I am debating on whether or not to get the DB Fuel, and I need to know about how long it lasts to decide whether or not it is worth the price.
No problem! :)
Just look into it in detail, and then decide for yourself. Although, DailyBurn has many valid points on nutrition, there are some things that I disagree with them on also. So, go with your gut, and listen to your body. If it doesn't mind the dairy, then go for it. But, if you continue to not get results, that may be a place to look at. Hopefully, it won't be a problem for you! :)
Yes, it's just an estimate based on those three things. It also assumes that you aren't modifying (easier or harder), and that you don't take any extra breaks.
I had that same issue with the Xbox at times, I ended up just hooking up my laptop to the TV with an HDMI cord.
You have to switch back and forth. I hope they can change that at some point, but that's how it is right now.
My husband and I use the Internet Explorer app and go to dailyburn.com instead. That way, we can sign each other out if they are signed in instead.
Is there an area in your kitchen, or even somewhere in your house, and part of your fridge that you could have to yourself? It will take more discipline (I ran into the same thing with my husband when I did the 21-days), but instead, when I used this strategy of a "separate area," it became a matter of focusing on only my area, rather than trying to ignore all of his food.
It depends on the kind of dairy you have, from what I have looked into. The only dairy that is actually worth consuming, nutritionally, is dairy right off the farm. Otherwise, it tends to have either a lot of fake, artificial stuff floating around in it, or it doesn't have all of the nutrients needed for the dairy to be properly absorbed, so it becomes more difficult to digest.
About five years ago, I was able to be a lot more active, and constantly push myself to be better. But, I have sustained a lot of ongoing back injuries that really hamper my ability to workout. So, I just switched to the True Beginner program because I had to come to the conclusion, that I could hardly finish any of the regular workouts yet, and my back almost always ended up hurting. So, I am using the True Beginner as a warm up. And I feel WAY better about myself because, I can actually push myself with those workouts; building up my stamina and my confidence.
What about the new True Beginner program? I have multiple sustaining back injuries, and, so far, this has been a good system to building me back up to being able to do, really, any workouts again. The program still makes you work, but it is much easier to find and stick with whatever pace is best for you. There are some squats and such, but no where close to as dramatic as other workouts. It might be something to try.