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Short Answer: As often as you desire Calisthenics exercises are more similar to cardio exercises than weightlifting. They increase your flexibility and endurance, conditioning your body to perform better in relating exercises. Agility, better cardiovascular activities are also some of the benefits. Calisthenics exercises' best features are in the number ...


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My question is more looking for suggestions as far as how many exercises per muscle group per day? Probably about 2 - 3 exercises, but really, its not about the number of exercise. It should be the amount of volume done(sets and reps done) on that day. As for your last question, I don't have any experience in calisthenics. You may want to consider looking ...


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If we're controlling for bodyfat and muscle strength per unit size, then the only downside to adding as much muscle as possible is the square-cube law. (And the limits of human digestive capability, I suppose.) This is, of course, absurd: no athlete (even in a non-weight-class sport) simply chooses to continue adding muscle mass ad infinitum. The disconnect ...


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Weight gain is basically a matter of three factors. I suspect that at least one of these has changed for you. Food intake Human beings are very bad at monitoring their food intake. You may think that you're eating the same things in the same quantities, but you probably aren't. The easiest thing to do is to grab a notebook (or your tablet) and any time you ...


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It's really, really hard to assess the impact of your lifestyle changes. Lets say you unintentionally spend 100 kcal less per day on activity, this is equal to a short walk or bicycle trip per day, or some household work. 100 kcal per day is 36500 kcal in a year, one kg of fat is about 7000 kcal, which means you may add 5 kg in a year. It's even more ...


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While I can't give you the exact reason why your body has gained weight without any apparent changes in lifestyle other than prolonged sitting; I can confirm that prolonged sitting does create negative consequences in the body. All of the points you raise may contribute, but metabolic changes are probably the key. Consequences of Prolonged Sitting ...



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