I am excited to bring you fitness truths with my friend Jason Yun.
Jason is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Below is the interview but to sum it up
1. We talk about the difference between intervals and steady state cardio and how to transition into intense intervals. Many people that say the workouts are not intense are unable to push because of how they have trained.
Example 30/30 advanced interval training
2. The myth is that dieting well means not eating or eating very little. The truth is your body needs lots of healthy nutrition to lose fat and decrease body fat percentage.
3. The myth is that sit-ups and crunches are the best for ab strength. Sit-ups and crunches may not be the best for strength. On the other hand, anti rotation band exercises and other isometrics are great for core strength. Different planks with varying degree of intensity depending on the person is always a great way to strengthen the core.
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