GHUTV LIVE! March 2017

Thanks for tuning in to the March GHUTV LIVE Q&A session with Chris Freytag. Chris answered viewers health and fitness questions live on air! Stay tuned for next month’s session! See you then!

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  1. Kerry

    My goals is to get rid of fat and increase muscle. What types of workouts should I be focusing on? How often should I train each muscle group, such as upper body, lower body, and total body? Thank you!

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  2. Linda

    Hi Chris! How are the suggested servings sizes calculated? In my mind a 125 pound person may be the average so should a smaller person in weight adjust the servings sizes in both food and supplements? I am a middle aged, small framed petite person and I wonder if my servings sizes should be the same or smaller than what is often times printed on the labels. I do try to work out an average of 4-5 times a week. Thanks for your insight!

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  3. Angela

    Hello, I know you hear this all the time but I exercise and eat healthy, lift weights, do HIIT, everything. I should not look like I do. I know I am periomenapausal but the dr’s won’t do a blood test because I still get my period. Do you think there are any benefits to Estroven weight control? It looks like it got really good reviews. What is your opinion? Is it something I should try?

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  4. Samantha

    Hi Chris, I try to watch my sodium. I use pink Himalayan but is one salt any better than another?

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  5. Molly Nadybska

    What are some good ways to stay motivated to get that workout in each week?

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  6. Tracy

    Do you have a preferred brand of Kombachu? I have recently started drinking it and find there are so many to choose from. Should I drink it everyday?

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  7. Barb

    I tend to break out in a sweat much more after my workout is over, rather than during my workout. Why is that?

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  8. Lisa

    Hi Chris! How do you exercise so much and not get injured?I feel like every week something hurts…wrists, low back…as opposed to a few years back when I could work out hard every day and not feel it.

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  9. Laura

    I prefer to do my workouts in bare feet. I feel like I get better grip than I do in shoes. Is there any risk of damage I’m doing to my feet?

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  10. Geraldine

    I love the advice you are giving the beginner. I cannot tell you how many times I am in the gym and see a trainer killing a heavy person, and I am thinking they are not coming back. It is a shame, so thank you for your helpful encouragment.

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  11. Susi

    I’m in my 50’s, 5’5, 108 lbs. I’m very healthy with a petite build. As I’ve aged, I’ve become very slim in my upper body and would like to know what type of exercises I could do to fill out my arms because I feel very conscious in sleeveless clothes, feeling I look boney. Thanks!

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  12. Laura

    When will the racer-back bras be available in black? They are available only in scoop-back but I like the racer-back style. Also, when will the raspberry color be in stock? I want to order some – they look so cute!

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  13. Elizabeth

    Is it possible to do too many squats and lunges in a week? I want to sculpt muscles in my legs and butt without adding bulk

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  14. Marisa

    Hi Chris! Weight training question for you – if you are sore, should you take the day off? or maybe do cardio or whatever muscle group is not sore? And if I am not sore, does that mean I need to work out harder the next time? And a diet question – should I strive to be grain free? Or maybe I should just shoot to be gluten free? Or do you think you can have a healthy diet with grains as carbs? There are so many schools of thought I am confused on what to follow.

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  15. Connie

    Did the Live Pilates workout today. How in the world do you work up to a full roll back?

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  16. Lisa

    Where do you get your workout clothes, especially leggings?
    …not sure how tall you are, but always looks great!

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