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Exercises for stiffened shoulder?

I kayaked last week and found out that I can't do a normal stroke on the left side. Exercising on dry land showed that I have some stiffness and pain when I do the paddling movement, which includes ...
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Training program to make the left part of the body stronger for the right-handed tennis player

I want to improve my current training program in improving the left-hand side of my body. I currently assist only by the right hand but going to practice more with left-hand and then probably later ...
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4answers
53 views

“Tricep Dumbbell Kickback” causing fatigue pain in back side of shoulder

"Tricep Dumbbell Kickback" is my favorite exercise to work on triceps but fatigue pain (Not a pain because I am hurt). I can't hold weight with elbow at 90 degree position. The position that I chose ...
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2answers
51 views

Squat progressions

I am starting a (mainly) body-weight fitness routine and I have found squats to be WAY to easy. There are two progressions I can try that I know of: I can try to work towards pistol squats OR I ...
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1answer
30 views

Legs sweating during exercise

I was working out yesterday, I have recently increased the pace at which I run at yesterday, for the first time my legs were sweating more than my upper body, usually it is my upper body that does the ...
2
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4answers
57 views

How to get started with Pull-Ups?

My other half is a total newbie in Fitness activities. She has had a tough time to even get through a single set of 5 Pull-Ups. Whats the best way to get started with Pull-Ups? And, How do I support ...
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0answers
32 views

Why is cheese not allowed on the slow carb diet?

Most cheese is low in carbohydrates and according to one site it has almost no glycemic effect (b/c it's so low in carbs) Lots of sources say most Cheese (except for Cottage Cheese and Feta and ...
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29 views

Do you lose stamina when you workout?

I was wondering if you lose stamina when you workout and gain size. And Can you tell me if there is a way to increase your stamina while getting bigger and heavier.
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Recovery plan from tennis shoulder

Shoulder pain is caused by the assisting movement of tennis when you os humerus moves 2 cm outward from the normal position in each assist. The rubber band is my first choice. However, I do not have ...
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1answer
28 views

High intensity training schedule during vacation

I will have a lot of time available for one week and I am thinking how to use this for strength training most effectively. I am used to three training sessions (Mo-Wed-Fri) with weights and gym ...
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1answer
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Recovering from Sport-trauma (shoulder/neck injury with stiffness/pain) with Multivitamins, Salts and Omega3?

I got an illegal hit in Rugby football to my neck making it totally stiff and immobile. I took a multivitamin having Mg, Zinc, Kalium, other salts and B vitamins which was really an immediate help: my ...
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1answer
53 views

26 old 6 height 105 LBS. Worried about my weight

I am 26 MALE, Height 6 FT, and my weight is 105LBS. I have been skinny my whole life. I gone through a lot in my life. alot of insults, everybody laughs at me. I want to end all of this now. I want to ...
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14 views

Compression Sleeves/Socks for Achilles Tendonitis

This year I've been running much more than years past, and I have my first trail half marathon (with 2500' of elevation gain) coming up in 1 week. 3 weeks ago I was running a hilly training run and my ...
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Rock climbing: Where does the route setter know from which movements capabilities and skills are assigned to each grade? [migrated]

Rock climbing and bouldering tours are classified e.g. Sierra from 5.2 to 5.15c or Fontainbleau 2 to 8c+. As you advance in your climbing experience you achieve higher grades and learn new ...
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1answer
26 views

Mild left shoulder pain while squatting low bar

I am on stronglift 5*5 and as the weight is increasing with each workout, squats are getting challenging, while the program is really good, I want to keep doing it and avoid any injuries. The other ...
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23 views

What are some meals for a student? [on hold]

For someone who: Will be going to school full-time (taking quite a few rigorous, challenging, time consuming courses) Will be working part-time Participates in extracurricular activities (i.e. ...
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0answers
37 views

how to reduce nipple size for women? [on hold]

i am 23 years old. I want to know, if there any method to reduce nipple size without surgery?
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2answers
41 views

Actual amount of calories, I'm burning when riding bike

I've just finished my first GPS-tracked bicycle workout. I tracked my "achievements" using two different sport trackers -- Endomondo and Runastic (I'm using both in the same time purely for testing ...
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0answers
34 views

How to improve this Workout

I would like to create a fitness routine, using body weight movements. I really like the idea of calisthenics. Here is what I have so far: (performed in a circuit style) Push-ups (regular) : 3 x ...
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0answers
12 views

Toe muscle creaking when moving it [on hold]

So a few nights ago I'm not sure how but I injured my toe. I didn't realize it at the time but I woke up the next morning and the top of my big toe was bruised and feeling sore. The next day, I ...
3
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2answers
57 views

Can working out hard for a few years ruin your mucles/joints

I have been working out for about 11 years (I am 37) but the past five years have been harder Crossfit Style workouts. I was the leanest and strongest that I have ever been and LOVED them....but a ...
2
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1answer
40 views

difference between gym weights and home weights

at home I have a york fitness bar and york weight plates...the bar is 5kg I believe...I stack 4x10kg plates and 2x5kg plates on there for a total of 50kg. Now at the gym the bar is 20kg, but it is ...
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2answers
58 views

Should I be worried that my pelvis pops during leg raises?

When I do leg raises I feel a slight pop around where my right leg connects to my pelvic region. It's been this way for years. It doesn't hurt and this exercise is the only thing that causes it. In ...
2
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2answers
46 views

Balancing StrongLifts with other workouts

I am very eager to start StrongLifts 5X5, but am apprehensive about how to balance it with my other physical activities. I know that recovery is key to the program’s success. Background I am a fit ...
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3answers
54 views

touching toes without bending knees exercises

i've never been able to touch my toes without bending my knees. from the research that i've done, i believe that improved flexibility in the hamstrings and lower back is the best way to reach this ...
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1answer
27 views

Isotonic water in the morning?

I am building mass and drinking about 3-5 liters water daily. I sweat much so I lose much minerals particularly when doing any sport. If I drink tap water during sport, I start to feel very weak. ...
4
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1answer
74 views

Will drinking room temperature water or drinking ice cold water hydrate you more effectively?

I have heard that drinking room temperature water is easier for you body to absorb but I'm not sure if that is true or not. Also, I am wondering, after a hard workout, will ice water hydrate you more ...
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0answers
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What are the functional differences between the five main T'ai Chi styles? [migrated]

As someone who is looking to start practicing T'ai Chi for health and meditative benefits rather than any deeper philosophical reasons, I find quickly that there are 5 'main' styles listed, which each ...
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1answer
26 views

Does humidity reduce oxygene absorption?

Today I went for a 6 Km run in Tokyo, the temperature was 27 degrees Celsius and the humidity 92%. It was much harder than usual today even though I am used to run the same distance 3 times a week at ...
3
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1answer
63 views

Which parameters define a well-balanced full-body strength training program?

I think many have heard this question before, and it is still something that in my opinion seems a bit unclear. A fitness training program consisting of 5-8 compound exercises is considered to be a ...
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4answers
39 views

Should I aim to do an equal number of reps across my sets?

I do pull-ups. I aim to do X pullups, and I try to do as many pullups as I can during sets, in an attempt to increase the number of pullups I can do in a single set. To reach X pull ups, I might end ...
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0answers
25 views

The correct weight-loss pace to avoid loose skin?

How much weight I should lose per week or month in order to avoid loose skin? This question that I asked has every information about me. So what is the healthy correct weight to lose per week? I ...
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1answer
34 views

What workout regimen is appropriate for the recently malnourished?

Background: For past 3 years my weight was 55-58kgs. 3 years ago, I was able to do 25+ pushups w/o break, 10 pull ups (from dead hang to chest over bar), 10 dips. For past three years I survived on ...
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1answer
50 views

Exercises to Tighten My Body During Weight Loss?

I'm 25 years old and 173cm height. I was fat almost all my life until the age of 23 when I decided to lose fat. At that time I was 88 KG. Then in 6 months I lost until I became 72KGs. What I did was ...
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1answer
45 views

How many calories should I exactly eat for building body?

The title is little ambiguous. But my situation puts that into context: My weight 60kgs & height 5'6". I've started weight training for body building for past 3 weeks. Its written every where to ...
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1answer
34 views

building Muscle with Body Weight training [duplicate]

I am trying to build muscle, but don't have access (or time to go to) to a gym. I don't want to neglect anything here, but legs obviously aren't AS important to me as Abdominals / Upperbody. I'm ...
3
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2answers
100 views

Is technique or form more important than progress in weight or reps?

I'm a novice bodybuilder (getting converted into strength trainer). Its been 3 weeks since I'm hitting gym. All my ego is shattered in past couple of weeks. I used to think I was strong but I'm so ...
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1answer
50 views

How to take care of the hurting shoulder joint?

I think I've hurt my right shoulder. I don't know what caused it but it is painful. I noticed it today while taking bath. I clean my back by applying soap with my hands somewhat like this: I when I ...
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fat around side, did woodchoppers

I did woodchoopers yesterday for the first time, however they didn't bloat me up as much I bloat when I do situps or other exercises that target the abdominal area, is there a reason for this?
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Roughly how many calories does one pull-up burn?

Here are my back-of-the-envelope calculations. I account only for the energy expended in pulling your body mass up. Say you are 70kg (approx 155lbs) and a pull up raises your mass up by 60cm (approx ...
4
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1answer
54 views

Doing stairs: Detrimental to your knees?

Is there any evidence that walking/running up and down the stairs is bad for your knees? The "folk-logic" being that particularly when you go down the stairs, each time you land, there is more of an ...
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0answers
38 views

Periodicity of Muscle Mass

Once someone reaches a certain muscle state, if they undergo muscular atrophy and lose it, is it easier to get back to it than if they had never reached it. Is this a biological effect and if so is ...
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0answers
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Magnesium intake after training in the evening?

I am building mass with high protein intake (my mass 80 kg so about 100-120g) per day and much water (3-5 l per day). Assume you forgot to take your magnesium in the morning. I am thinking magnesium ...
4
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3answers
82 views

How to aid recovery as I get older (& try to get fit again)

In the past 3 years I have gone from a solid 185 lbs that surfed several times a week, ran 4 miles daily & ran marathons to a 215 lb sedentary desk jockey. I am trying to get back on the wagon ...
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1answer
22 views

calcium and Iron [closed]

I was anemic few years back though I used to take lots of greens and iron rich food. Someone told me that Iron and calcium if taken together, only one will get absorbed and for me Iron was not ...
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2answers
59 views

Does a lack of aching means i've lost weight?

I go on 30 minute walks every day during work (apart from weekends) and every night at home i do 100 situps (including on weekends). in the begining during my walks my calves would ache like hell and ...
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1answer
34 views

Looking for equivalent workout to Upright Barbell Row excersie

i'm looking for an equivalent workout to this shoulder workout i've been practicing. I had to stop practicing this because my wrists hurt! (both my wrists were broken when i was a kid) Any help is ...
1
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1answer
36 views

Explaining the difference in nutritional information between very similar bags of rice or beans [closed]

At the store, bags of different types of rice or beans are sold by a number of companies. For a particular type (e.g. black beans), the companies will all usually list the same nutritional ...
2
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1answer
93 views

Consequences of Not Eating Enough Fruits and Vegtables? [closed]

I have never really eaten many vegetables; maybe a few every fortnight (two weeks). I do always manage about 3 pieces of fruit every week. I have recently changed my life style and now eating healthy ...
0
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2answers
35 views

Why do you have a lower heart rate while training in the pool?

1) I've read that your heart rate is lower in the pool. Why is this? 2) Also how does the lower heart rate impact your cardiovascular health? Is it good or bad to that the pool lowers your heart ...

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