That is why I stopped using this new DailyBurn. The tracker is the most important thing to me. It's an annoyance to have to log in to both sites, and even more of an annoyance that they aren't connected at all and there's no link for the tracker site.
I cant really see that there would be much of a need for people to do these at the gym. Would seem like a lot of effort for a very niche group. Why go to the gym if you can do them at home?
Even though fruit is healthy, it is still going to have an impact on your blood sugar. My rule is not to eat any fruit after 2:00 PM, so it will have less impact on glucose levels. I also make sure not to eat too much fruit, especially if I am not doing an endurance exercise. So yes, it can be "bad" for you if you eat too much fruit due to all those carbs.
I joined the Chew Your Food challenge.
I successfully completed the Eat Smart on the Go challenge.
I joined the Eat Smart on the Go challenge.
I successfully completed the Take Your Daily Multi-V challenge.
I joined the Take Your Daily Multi-V challenge.
I successfully completed the Beat Midday Stress challenge.
I haven't been following his actual diet plan, but I've been reading his blog and looking at his photos on fit2fat2fit.com for awhile with a lot of interest. I'll be very interested to see his final results.
I joined the Beat Midday Stress challenge.
I joined the Combat Cravings challenge.
I successfully completed the Cut Back on Sugar challenge.
This might be a dumb question, but do you actively work your lower back muscles? And even more importantly, do you do a lot of core work? I know this isn't really answering your question about how to "deal" with it, but if you have a strong core to begin with, it will greatly reduce lower back pain.