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an issue with weight [on hold]

I have a growth hormone disorder. it is way through the roof and it hinders in my fitness goals. I am overweight by 20 kilograms, but none if it is fat. it is all muscle and it is so because if my ...
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Is “the truth about metabolic damage” fear mongering?

T-Nation has an article about metabolic damage on their site, shown here: http://www.t-nation.com/diet-fat-loss/truth-about-metabolic-damage In short it basically talks how your weight loss progress ...
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I want to know the exact formula to calculate metabolic age

I want to know the exact formula to calculate metabolic age. How do i get the average bmr of people in the chronological age group? Is here any link I could get regarding the calculation? Explanation ...
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Is it true that the body gets used to diet and exercise after a while and stops responding?

I am currently reading a book called "The Body Sculpting Bible for Men" by James Villepigue and Hugo Rivera. In it the author claims that when you start dieting your body receives a shock from the ...
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Eating more and still losing weight

I started regular exercising a few months back (after years of being not so active). I have now been regularly spending 1h on the treadmill every other day and started losing weight. I am of course ...
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is the so called “afterburn workout” good for someone with overweight

I weight 242 lbs (110kg) with 5' 9" (182cm). I want to lose weight. My workout the last month was to walk an hour every other day. Right now walk doesn't make me feel tired, so I run. But I can only ...
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Advice for improving metabolism burn: how do we keep it in high gear?

According to Mayo Clinic about 60% - 75% of the calories burned are non-exercise related. It seems each person's metabolism adjusts to ensure proper support of the body with the focus on efficient ...