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Fitness For Freedom Tips is a new type of fitness and health show. We deliver fitness tips that you can apply to your life right away in 10 minutes or less. Lets face it you’re busy and life pulls you in all directions. You want to be healthier, but living a healthier lifestyle is hard. It requires you to change and there is a lot of misinformation out there. We work hard to syphon through it to give you the most sound advice possible and set you up for the greatest chance of success. Jonathan Chant has been working with people to live healthier lives for 10 years now and he’s seen it all. That’s why he founded Fitness For Freedom, your complete online fitness training and lifestyle design community. He pulls out all the stops to help you make the changes yourself. No transformation challenges, no extreme changes just solid strategies to help you make changes that will stick for the rest of your life. Change is constant and you’re going to have lots of questions as you go along that’s why we keep our episodes short so they don’t ‘eat in’ to your already ‘stretched’ lives (puns intended). We try to have some fun with it too! Exercise doesn’t have to be boring? So what are you waiting for? If you’re still reading this you’re definitely interested in the show, so give it a listen.
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Oct 11, 2017

I want to lose fat and gain muscle, but I don’t want to put on any more weight, is it possible to slowly lose body fat % and gain muscle mass while consuming calories around maintenance? How much slower would this be than a bulk and then cut cycle?

Wants to be leaner - Luke

Is it better to do strength training before cardio or is it better to do cardio and then strength training?

L

What’s better, doing a strength program that is 3 times a week vs. 6 times a week? I heard that really all you need is 3 and more than that is really a waste of time.

For some context, let's assume that a theoretical person, right after cutting to 10% bodyfat, goes on a bulk for a year. He has perfect execution and progression on all lifts and never misses a day.

What will the actual difference be after that year when going on a 3-day routine vs. a 6-day routine?

I know you won't be able to lift twice as much, or have twice the muscle. But how much more will the 6-day one actually give you regarding strength and aesthetics.

Volume Vince

 

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