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Rachel Aust’s Ab + Waist Training Workout Routine (Day 12)

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  1. I was wondering if you would be willing to post your workouts in the description so we are able to take a screenshot?

  2. I don't like going to the gym or anything but I do like pole dancing and working out and this did inspire me to work out

  3. Can't wait for tomorrow's video! Does anyone have tips on how to lose thigh fat? My calves are fine (more or less lol) but my thighs are huge. If anyones got tips and tricks pls let me know thanks in advance! 🙂

  4. I see that Mitch's eye got way better ! so glad. and for those people that criticised the way you work out , saying is not the right way, I know they are entitled to their opinion, but I wish they would try to do what you do and see how is not easy and you doing the best you can. you are such an inspiration. just going to the gym is an accomplishment.

  5. Really impressed with all the work you've put in but as someone who has also lost weight and goes to a gym every single day I just wanted to point out to help you that you should focus more on your form and less of how fast you're going or how quickly you get it done or whatever else is on your mind and you should really use the mirrors and watch yourself to correct your form because watching it in comparison to other people doing these types of workouts or any workout in fact your form is a little bit sloppy and I think you will probably start noticing even better results if you correct your form

  6. You are really inspiring and I’ve become motivated to start my weight loss journey. I’m very interested in keto because diabetes does run in my family so keto seems to be the best solution eating wise because carbs turn into sugar.

    I do have a few questions tho.

    What is your opinion on stevia as a sugar substitute?
    What about shirataki noodles as a pasta substitute?
    And what about any caffeine substitutes you recommend?

  7. Sending you best wishes this Holiday season. Your channel is a joy to watch. May 2018 bring you health and happiness.

  8. I just watched a few of Rachel's videos from a year ago! She was so beautiful back then!! What has she done to her face that it looks all swollen now?

  9. Hi Rachel, I love your content and I've been following you for about a year now. Wanted to let you know that I recently wrote a blog post on minimalism at and linked your channel as a resource. Feel free to check it out. Keep up the great work!! -Raven

  10. you should do a video on how you maintain health and fitness while sick/injured, and the depression that comes with not being able to workout when that's your routine

  11. Hey Rachel, saw you a while back before Xmas, your bf and your cute little doggo walking around where I'm currently living atm. You probably don't remember me. I was that crazy chick in the red car, who yelled out, "Hey Rachel, I follow you on YouTube…!" lol. Anywayz, don't want to sound like a stalker or anything, just wanted to say Hi, and it's a super weird coincidence that you live around here. I'm going back on Keto after binging on carbs over the holiday season, so your vlogs are inspirational… Well, have a good one! 🙂 Anita xo

  12. So I’m still a teenager but, my dad has high cholesterol so for the past year we have slowly morphed our diet into a healthier version. I am under weight for my age and height. I am 42 kilo or 94lb. We have started going to the gym and I have been doing lots of cardio. Is it bad to only do cardio? Should I make sure to exercise my arms and core just as much too? Do I need to eat more since I’m working out now?

  13. Love how you edit your videos – i'm a marketer and feel as though this is a huge skill i lack. Are there any specific courses you would recommend for this? Also – love those leggings! Where are they from? x

  14. Being someone who has gone through a ketogenic diet, I’ll point out that Rachel has actually experienced a huge decrease in muscle mass along with the fat loss, which inherently affects her performance in workouts. It’s just a natural result of ketosis. Her workouts actually need to be adjusted to fit her body in a state of ketosis rather than a regular workout meant for bodies that are not in ketosis. In this case unfortunately, less is more for a ketogenic dieter. Also a ketogenic diet should only last as long for the body to heal and function properly, whole food carbs should then be moderately reintroduced once goal weight/health has been achieved. Continuously being in a state of burning fat is not a natural state for a person. This is where having a balanced diet comes in. Balance means there is no change; stability and maintenance. Which technically translates to no continuous fat loss, just maintenance. Ketosis causes a type of imbalance resulting in fat loss. But once goal is reached, balance should be reinstated. That means a balance between carbs, fats, and proteins.

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