Thanks! :) Yeah, I have gone through it before but its been a couple months since the last time I went through it.
Is there a good way to incorporate the WTF workouts into inferno? Would it be too much to do them on recovery days? Or if I do one of the regular inferno workouts in the morning, doing a WTF workout in the evening of the same day?
DB15 Core is already out, maybe that was what Cory was referring to. To find it, go to Workouts, then press the "Discover" tab and click DB15 and Nicola on the filters and it will bring up DB15 Core
It seems like all of the Inferno workouts are HIIT workouts and I've always heard that you should do no more than 2-3, maximum 4 HIIT workouts per week. Since Inferno involves 5 workouts per week, can that lead to overtraining? Am I mistaken about the Inferno workouts being HIIT workouts? I've only done one week of Inferno and so far I don't feel abnormally sore but I also do a couple HIIT sprinting workouts each week and I'm concerned I'm headed to a burn out.
A large University of Tennessee/Mayo Clinic study actually showed that eating three servings of dairy each day lowered body fat in obese individuals. The idea that dairy sabotages weight loss is a myth, though a persistant one. Obviously if your lactose intolerant than you will want to find lactose free alternatives, but if your not, then there is no reason to avoid dairy in moderation. Certainly other things contain calcium as well, but generally not as in as high concentration as dairy, you would need to eat about 10 cups of Kale to get the same amount of calcium in one cup of milk and milk has Vitamin D to help your body uptake the calcium and dairy is also a good source of protein. It obviously does contain fat/carbs so, like with pretty much everything else, moderation is wise. And as far a Casein goes, there is no reason to believe that humans can't digest casein, since it is also found in human breast milk, as well as cow's milk, and a University of Australia showed that it had antimutagenic (cancer prevention) effects. In the diet/nutrition industry, there is, unfortunately, a lot of persistant pseudoscience, and it seems like ignite does fall prey to some of this pseudoscience, which is disappointing. I would in this case, continue to follow your doctors advice, ahead of this websites advice.
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Inferno seems like it's too intense for me at this stage, are there other programs that would be good to help work up to inferno?
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