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I want to know how long weight remains stuck I become really depressed when the scale doesn't move I want to know that my weight will go in scale not only look slim thing and I calculates by body fat which was 39% and I am much heavier with my lower portion thighs,buttocks especially I read that your metabolism gets stuck when you don't lose weight so what ...


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If anything, this should increase your energy levels throughout the day. Unlike energy in physics, energy in fitness is not a zero-sum affair. You can actually get more of it by expending it. Maybe think of it as an investment.


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Good morning, If you always feel that energy just go on. there's nothing to worry about. Morning pushups had a great effect on my body and specially my chest muscles when i was a kickboxer. Conculsion: the most important thing always is that you enjoy your workout, worry about lack of motivation and nothing else ;) Nice day, and nice workout.


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If you don't feel exhausted after doing them, it should have no negative effect at all. I wouldn't think that the exercise you do in the morning will effect a long work day at all. If you feel it in your body after a hard work day it's likely more stress from the day you may be feeling. Just listen to your body, maybe have a rest every 10 pressups you do. ...


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I think you're over thinking this. If you personally feel like you need to have something because you feel lightheaded when you've previously jogged on an empty stomach you should definitely have something to eat prior to exercise. Likewise if you've felt worse eating before a jog, then don't eat. Any option you choose won't matter for a 30 minute jog. If ...


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To be completely honest, not eating before a workout or run is actually best. That way you burn fat directly instead of working through what you just ate. However you'll probably feel tired if you've been fasting for a long time (ie: Workout before breakfast). If you do want to eat before a workout I'd give yourself at least an hour before going at it. Don't ...


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Firstly you need to be able to do pull ups and chest dips. To train for muscle ups you will need to do lots of both of those two exercises. Pull ups and chest dips account for most of the muscle up move however the most difficult part of a muscle up is the transition. False grip training is highly recommended to improve the transition part of a muscle up. ...


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Ring dips and ring pull ups (with false grip) in ordinary gym rings. If one or both of these exercises are too hard then replace ring pull ups with pull ups (strict or with kipping) in the bar or lower the rings until your feets touches the floor during the exercise. Replace ring dibs for instance with dips between two boxes. You can also apply a ...


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A question at Stackexchange should never replace advices from professionals. Please, only view my answer as inspiration and not as recommendations for treatment. If you take into account that Scapular dyskinesis is a displacement of your shoulder blade (scapular) often caused by short muscles 18 muscles attaches to each shoulder blade ...


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This question brings back memories. I’m a competitive rower and I had a similar situation. Although, my symptoms were more situated in the rhomboid/trap region without shoulder inflammation. I did, however, have some discomfort in the shoulder. Here are some of the exercises/stretches I had to do as part of my rehab. Thoracic Extension Thoracic ...


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You need to reduce your calorie intake so you have a small calorie deficit (around 200kcal/day would be good, 500kcal/day as an absolute maximum) - this will facilitate the weight loss. However at the same time you need to be very disciplined with what you eat, maintaining a high protein intake and continuing to work out is key to maintaining your muscle ...


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It all depends on your idea of ripped. Yes you can more easily lose weight doing sports but "generally" the answer to your question is no as it is not very easy to put on muscle when practicing sports due to the lack of increase in resistance each time you play. Let's say you are playing soccer (football for Non-US). Sure you may be able to run more each ...



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