What time of the day should I train? I work remotely, so I‘m quite flexible and I already tried different times. I feel like going to the gym in the evening is super stressy as it is so crowded and my gym ist kinda small + I can’t fall asleep afterwards (cortisol levels I guess?). Working out during the day is my go to but I have to shift meal timing all the time and the calls I have from work :/ I would love to go in the morning so it is checked off for the day, but I often feel very tired around afternoon and want to take naps if I‘ve been to the gym in the morning, which also makes me neglect my tasks :( Any tips?
Hello! I would be interested to hear you cover something around appetite and weight regulation after weight loss. Historically, I maintained my weight intuitively. After gaining a significant amount of medication weight (and intentionally losing it through a calorie deficit), my weight tends to trend upwards when I return to eating intuitively. Is there any science behind this?
I have a coach who is a bikini competitor and another one who comes to my gym. They both have said to cut carbs! I almost wanted to cry. They said if I want to see body recomp, I need to cut carbs very low! I don’t want to compete and I don’t want to cut carbs. I have seen what they do. They do two hours of cardio fasted a day and they also strength train. They look amazing but I don’t think I can commit to be in such low body fat and give up my carbs. So what’s your opinion on bikini competions, pros and cons? It is a healthy thing to do? I have read conflicting information on it.