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#40 - Question & Answer
Time-length-icon 53m 48s
Publish-date-icon April 13, 2016
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THIS EPISODE: This episode we answer your questions -- here is the list of your questions we answered today:
• Is MCT really that good? I hear a lot people using it in the media, is good or just a fade?
• I’m new to this nutrition thing – where do I start?
• What is the best diet to follow?
• What is the form of training; running, crossfit, kettlebell, biking, so on?
• Do I need to count calories?
• Should I avoid carbs, or protein, or fats?
• What are the best foods, and exercise, to get a six-pack?
• If my hip hurts, it is a movement issue or a serious problem? My doctor told me to stay off and stop squatting and running for the time being.
• What is the best workout to do before I would leave on a long trip, that will take me away from the gym?
• How many times can I train in one day?
• Is overtraining a real thing or an excuse to be lazy?

If you like to have your question answered next time please email us your question.

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Contact Us @ functionalfundamentals@gmail.com

About Us:
Pure Functional Movements, is a strength and conditioning theory that strives to get the most out of every human by pushing them out of their comfort zone in a safe, and efficient way. We do this by breaking down the human body and rebuilding it by increasing the mobility, and reteaching how to move powerful. Functional

Fundamentals, is our voice; which we discuss, mobility, strength and conditioning, combat athletes, nutrition, and everything else that deals with health and fitness, Each week we have a new topic and bring guest on the show to give their insight in the health and fitness industry.

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