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"Use common sense!"
That's the best rule of advice here — but Adam Ernster also makes a good observation that you should stay away from soda and fries, and make sure whatever you're eating has more protein in it than fat.
All fast food restaurants are required to have their nutritional values, though sometimes you have to ask for the little pamphlet!
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Drum roll please!
FitPerez contributor and celebrity trainer Adam Ernster gets this question all the time!
What is more import — cardio or lifting weights?
It's time to set the record straight! Watch the video above to find out which exercise a fitness expert thinks is the MOST important. His answer may surprise you!
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To put it simply…drink at your own risk!
Celebrity personal trainer and FitPerez correspondent Adam Ernster took a moment to sit down and talk about the
benefits problems of drinking diet soda.
Not only does drinking diet justify bad behaviors like eating fast food, but it actually stimulates appetite!
Check out the video above for more great advice from Adam about avoiding liquid calories.
We've said this again and again, but diet is just as important as exercise in any kind of fitness regimen.
Celebrity personal trainer and Fitperez correspondent Adam Ernster is back to explain WHAT to be eating after working out.
Check out the video above for GREAT ADVICE about protein, carbohydrates, and eating after 6pm!
Still have questions? Tweet them @adamernster!
Want to burn the most calories in the least amount of time?
Try boosting your periphery heart rate by working out your lower and upper body at the same time! These kinds of exercises will make your heart work harder and allow your body to burn more calories in less time.
Check out the video above to see Fitperez correspondent Adam Ernster quickly explain the benefits of utilizing periphery heart rate and how to do it!
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