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Updated by Kymberly Williams-Evans on Aug 13, 2013
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Most Common Fitness Questions

After 3 decades teaching exercise on 4 continents in 4 languages, fitness pros and twin sisters, Kymberly and Alexandra have heard a lot of fitness questions. People all over the world have similar concerns and workout goals. Is your pressing fitness, wellness, or exercise question on this list? If not, add it! Also click on the blue questions to get sent to an answer.

How do I lose these last 10 pounds?

Lose 10 Pounds in 4 Weeks?

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How do I lose the pudge/muffin top around my middle?

How do I lose the pudge/muffin top around my middle?
What workout shoes do you recommend?

Footwear: To Wear or Not to Wear; That is the Question

What’s the best cardio activity?

Walk (or Run) to the "Best" Cardio Workout

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Is it better to walk or run?

Is it better to walk or run?
What music cd did you just play as I loved/ hated it

The Ultimate Playlist of Your Fit Life

Which should I do first: strength training or aerobics?

Weights or Cardio - Who's on First?

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Am I doing (this exercise) correctly?

Am I doing (this exercise) correctly?
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Why does it hurt when I do (this)?

Why does it hurt when I do (this)?
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What’s the best exercise to address (this area)?

What’s the best exercise to address (this area)?
Should I eat before or after I work out?

Eating Pre- and Post-Workout

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When is the best time to work out?

When is the best time to work out?
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I have lower back pain. What should I do to help it?

I have lower back pain. What should I do to help it?
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Am I an Endomorph, Ectomorph or Mesomorph?

Am I an Endomorph, Ectomorph or Mesomorph?
  • International fitness professionals, twins, proud baby boomers, and edu-tainers, Kymberly Williams-Evans, MA and Alexandra Williams, MA have been in the fitness industry since the first aerobics studio opened--with them--in Europe, before leg warmers and thong leotards were the rage. They teach, write, and present their programs on land, sea and airwaves. Kymberly is former faculty for the Dept of Exercise and Sports Studies at University of California Santa Barbara. She holds advanced certification as a Functional Aging Specialist. Alexandra edits and writes for IDEA: The Association for Health and Fitness Professionals. Catch them at their blog, Fun and Fit: Active Aging Answers for Boom Chicka Boomers, funandfit.org, or at events you hire them to present at.

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