Andrew Pardue

Andrew Pardue is an ACE certified personal trainer, the Assistant Sales Director for Core Nutritionals, and is a contest prep coach for Team Wilson.

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Andrew Pardue is the Assistant Sales Director for Core Nutritionals and is also a contest prep coach for Team Wilson with certifications as an ACE Personal Trainer as well as ACE Fitness Nutrition. He’s also currently a full time student at the University of North Carolina Wilmington pursuing a degree in exercise science along with minors in chemistry and entrepreneurship.

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Leg Training for Women: The Complete Guide With Workouts
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12 Ways To Make Gains On An Airplane
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Fast 4: A Beach Body Workout Program For The College Student
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Surviving The Zombie Apocalypse: A Strength & Conditioning Guide
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Posted Sun, 03/11/2018 - 04:32
Yigit

Hello Andrew,
I am going to start fast 4 program, I want to learn about how many days do I have to do cardio and approximately how many calories per day

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Posted Tue, 04/01/2014 - 11:42
David

Hi Andrew,

I was wondering if you might have a printed out workout plan that you have suggested, and that I can take with me to the gym. Also, if you have any suggestions of a good nutrition plan.

Thank you!

-David

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Posted Sun, 02/09/2014 - 19:36
Cephas Talbot

Hey Andrew,

I getting ready to start your Fast 4 plan and I have been out of the gym for about 3 or 4 months. I wanted to know if you had any suggestions on figuring out what weight I should be starting out with. I figured you would be able to point me in the direction of a chart or index.

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Posted Sat, 03/15/2014 - 22:51
Andrew Pardue

Hey! Since the first block of the program is pretty high rep you can just start the program and pick a lighter weight and just estimate. Then if the first set feels too light just go up for the next set until you find the best weight for the rep scheme. After a few sets you should be able to find a weight pretty easily. Good luck on the program and feel free to let me know how you like it!