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Interview With Trainer Jackie Warner

Have a Question For Jackie Warner? Here's a Chance to Ask It!

I'm super excited because I'll be interviewing fitness expert Jackie Warner come Monday morning! Jackie is known for being a no-nonsense trainer who tries to impart a sense of motivation and pride onto all of her clients, whether it be in their workout routines, diets, or even personal lives.

Without asking, I know that many of you are already big fans of Jackie: you count her workout DVDs as some of your faves and you couldn't wait to hear when she'll be back on TV. And while I can't wait to talk to her about her new book and upcoming show, I'd love to know what you'd like to ask Jackie too. Whether it's one question or a few, share with me in the comments section what you want to know from Jackie. I'll do my best to work in your questions when I speak with her next week — I know she can't wait to hear from you!

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kris497 kris497 6 years
I know in your book 5g of sugar is the limit...for me now too! I was asked by a friend about Honey...good, bad, indifferent?
akseymour akseymour 7 years
I am excited to read your interview with Jackie, she's one of my fitness role models. My question is what is the best way for women to build muscle. I would like to start competing, but I can seem to get any muscle definition. I train hard six days a week, three strength workouts split by body part, two days of intense cardio, one day of yoga, plus light cardio for 20 minutes five days a week. I eat about 1800 calories a day. I'm 5'7" and am currently fluctuating around 146 lbs.
Mouzzer Mouzzer 7 years
Q. What is the best way (out of the gym, that is) to strengthen very weak lateral and posterior delts/shoulders without aggravating fascial tissue and nerves? Seems whenever I attempt to work these parts that are weak, I end up with traveling pain. Thanks.
Spectra Spectra 7 years
Wow, you are so lucky, Fit! I love Jackie! Here's my question: What gives you a better workout on the elliptical machine; using a higher resistance and a lower speed or a lower resistance and a higher speed? What's the best way to make it as much like running as possible? I'm injured and can't run as far/long as I used to and would still like to get most of the benefits from it.
Anettes Anettes 7 years
Hi Jackie, I just ordered your book. Can't wait to start reading it. I'm 5'4'' and weigh around 125-130 pounds. My upper body is quite slim. I always use the smallest size available when shopping for tops/dresses. My problem area is my lower body (thighs/butt). Do you have any suggestions to how I should work out? Will your dvd's be available in region 2 in the future? Best regards from Norway
benheld benheld 7 years
I'm also a big fan--I use the One-on-One training DVD, that really kicks my butt! :-) I was wondering what strategies Jackie uses to eat & drink healthy in social situations. I do so great when I'm on my own, but it's hard to stay on track when I'm out with my friends.
LD-fit LD-fit 7 years
A lot of celebrity trainers and regular trainers advocate supplements, but tey say to be wary that a lot of products out there are gimmicky. With good diet and exervise ( i train 5-6 days a week and eat clean) how can i maximize my fat loss and improve lean muscle mass with the aid of supplements?? CLA, fat burners like quicktrim, and even fish oil are all touted as helping to speed fat burn and speed metabolism, what are your thoughts on these?
OMG I love Jackie. I have her circuit training DVD and it is crazy effective. Question - I have been in a weight loss plateau. I work out almost every day, I strength train 3 times a week and I consume on average 1500 calories a day. I've lost 12 pounds so far. Yet for the past month I've been fluctuating between 148 and 150 (I'm 5'2'' by the way). So since you need to put this question into your general questions for her: How do you bust out of a plateau? It is so very frustrating.
michlny michlny 7 years
Is there a way to continue exercising (daily) but to lose some of the tone (for someone who is too toned for her own liking)?
britneysmurf83 britneysmurf83 7 years
I was quite upset to read a study that reported birth control pills limit the muscle mass gaining ability in women. Is this something you have noticed with your clients? If so was there a way around it? (short of going off the pills)
tlsgirl tlsgirl 7 years
You're so lucky Fit! I love Jackie's workouts - they seriously kick my butt like no other. In fact, I'm off to do her core workout in just a few minutes :)
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