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Top 3 Keto-adaptation Enhancement Exercises in 2019

– What’s up everybody?
We’re talking about cool workouts today.
Cool workouts?
– Cool workouts.
– Like, like, let’s just say workouts
that go good with keto
and intermittent fasting.
So, I’m gonna tell you the three workouts
that I’ve been doing over the past year
and I’m going to use
these as, as the majority.
So, the first workout,
if you’re kind of just a beginner,
or if you want some sort of change,
is a calisthenics workout.
So, you can do this
three to five times a day
or a week.
Not a day.
Um, you can do them three
to five times a week
and that depends on your
level of athleticism,
how much you want to work
out, et cetera, right?
So, what calisthenics is,
is basically just using body weights.
Hand stand push-ups,
squats, pull-ups, push-ups.
Things like that.
There’s a lot of different variations
of, of workouts that you can create.
Um, and it’s really good.
It, it’s gonna get you
lean and toned quickly
and it really depletes glycogen
and it really kinda creates
a, a good burning sensation,
which if you like to workout,
you kind of like that.
Second, okay?
Is hit workouts.
Just quick and easy, um
going in, running some sprints,
doing some tabatas which,
basically is a four-minute workout,
where you work for 20
seconds on, 10 seconds off,
20 seconds on.
You’re just doing mass capacity.
The most you can possibly do.
Okay, that’s the second one.
And, the third is something
that I kinda just got into
and I might catch heat for this,
because some people hate it.
Some people love it,
depending on what side of
that church you live in,
is CrossFit.
Now, I don’t do like,
exact CrossFit workouts,
I don’t go to a crossFit gym
and like powder myself and like go all in,
but I do do uh, do do,
like 20 to 30 high
intensity style workouts
that are more focused
on compound movements
and natural, functional movements
and that’s basically at the
core what CrossFit is about.
These are very, they definitely
deplete your glycogen.
They definitely give you
a really strong sweat
and they really really,
kinda like, drain you,
but once you’re done,
you just get this extra burst of like,
awesome energy and you’re excited,
and you feel good and
you really go about your day and smash it.
I work out at five in the morning.
By six, I’m completely done,
but I have so much energy
that I can, I can rock
for the rest of my day.
And, I rock my, I run
like an 18-hour fast.
So, I’m not only doing the workout,
but I’m also doing a pretty extensive fast
and cognitive, cognitively, if you,
if you work, if you have a lot of like,
you know, mental stuff that you have to do
during the day, it’s amazing.
(upbeat music)
So, I highly encourage you
to try these things out
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Randall Smitham



  1. Marsha Bearden Posted on June 28, 2018 at 1:38 pm

    Are you doing crossfit in the morning during your fast? Or is your fasting hours built to eat around tour workout?

  2. Ihide Mename Posted on July 29, 2018 at 6:48 pm

    What are wourkouts?

  3. Alycia Dotterer Posted on August 20, 2018 at 1:15 am

    So glad to hear you say that Keto and CrossFit can go together. I've been doing CrossFit for 5 years and started Keto per my neurologist's recommendation. Was hoping it wouldn't affect my performance.

  4. O K Posted on October 6, 2018 at 10:47 pm

    “3-5 times a day” 🤣 I wish.

  5. Brenda Nurre Posted on May 3, 2019 at 9:01 pm

    Can you please caption this one also? Lol I’m running out of your videos to watch.

  6. Brenda Nurre Posted on May 16, 2019 at 1:10 am

    Los I can't thank you enough for all of your help with this. Thank you for the Captions and for all you do.