I have been trying to get in touch with them for 4 days now to resolve an issue with intelliburn. Today finally, after posting on the forum, they answer my question but my issue with intelliburn not changing my workout every day is still unresolved and now they won't get back to me again. I really like this website and the workouts, but I want to be able to follow a program and know that support will get back to me whenever I have an issue without me having to post here for everyone to see.
I just did, for the third time. Is so weird that you are not getting my emails. Anyway, could that be fixed? I am still waiting for my daily workout to change and I would really like to be able to workout now :( . Thank you
I already email support and they didn't get back to me.
I am new to the dailyburn community and so far I am LOVING it! I am doing inferno and is amazing. I would love to see some more advanced workouts too, some ideas are a MMA program (the way this fighters train is a fast way to get in shape. Real MMA training has little to do with regular kickboxing routines, is really HARD work!), also, how about some cardio sculpt videos that work the entire body in one session? I noticed most of the videos are oriented towards a specific body part, but it would be useful to have a program that will work everything every time for the people that can only workout 4 times a week and want a complete workout each time (that's my case some weeks). I am really looking forward to see what you will offer, I have been really satisfied until now and I won't be going back to the gym, I found my solution right here :D
Hello! I haven't heard about detoxing from soy, but I am not a big fan of soy itself. I know all the hormonal changes it can carry by itself, so I try to stay away from it. There have been studies on this, but that's just my personal opinion.
I would def. do the inferno workout. You need something intense that is gonna challenge you to the max because that is what you are going to be encountering in your race.
Pushing past your limits is the key.
It sounds to me that you are overtraining. When you overtrain you would feel the way you described (hungry, fatigued and spaced out) and you won't lose any weight. It is definitely counterproductive and would send you right into a platoon.
I would take a week off (yes, sounds crazy, but your body needs to "heal") and start right again by doing only 1 workout per day and rotate them accordingly (not doing HIIT two days in a row, but alternate it with strength training and so on).
Is everything good with the diet besides the smoothies?