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If u don't eat enough protein then muscles will surely take more time to recover than usual and the body will start burning your fat if u also don't take enough carbs ... But over a period of time the body will learn how to manage and it searches for protein which is available in the spinal fluid very rich in protein located in d disc separating the spine ...


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If you have any protein intake, that protein will be used to repair and over-compensate the microdamaged muscle tissue. More protein will make this response stronger. If you literally don't have any protein intake, you will have many different medical issues, one of them being that you are unable to repair this damage, meaning you will be catabolic.


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There is not much you can actively do to grow taller. Your genetics will ultimately dictate your height. When you stop growing is not set in stone. It comes down to individual differences. Like someone in the comment section pointed out, you should get an x-ray to see if you growth plates have fused. After they fuse, there is nothing you can do.


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Hemroid cream works , the ingredients is caused to tighten things and that's exactly what our skin needs


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It is absolutely impossible to eliminate body fat in "only one place". Lifting weights has no connection to eliminating body fat. Lifting weights makes your muscles larger (which is totally fantastic) but has no connection to eliminating body fat. The only way to eliminate body fat is via diet. Body fat is simply caused by eating carbohydrates, which ...


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I use to run for 30-40 minutes. For the last 6 months, I have done high instense interval training. My running on the treadmill is not 12-15 min. and I get the same cardio workout. I would suggest you look into this as it is a more effective workout.


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Dumbbell Rows and Deadlifts have helped me while shoveling. Also a strong core is going to be huge in the overall movement. Try Cable Choppers for core development, single arm rows, or conventional deadlifts. You could also push a sled with 45 lb plates on it. I forget what they are called, but that should give you that positional form similar to ...


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Go talk to your physio, as they'll be able to give you some tailored suggestions, in addition to the usual balance / flexibility exercises. Anyway a few ideas you could discuss with them: Making it from one side of a hospital to the other. For places built for the sick and infirm most are very poorly designed, and a bit of an obstacle course, especially if ...


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These days you can do just about anything you want. Adaptive equipment is available for most activities and sports. Prosthetics have come a long way and your rehab team and prosthetist should be able to help you meet your goals. The "blade runner" ran in the Olympics. When you think about it, everything we use is some type of adaptive equipment. A car ...


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Try doing sprints on a bicycle or aqua jogging. Both are less impact and should eliminate the pain while in the exercise. I would change out one of the runs for one of these exercises until you can consult a doctor and figure out what exactly is causing the pain. If the pain subsides then you might consider slowly adding more intensity or running (split the ...


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Well, without seeing your squat form, anyone giving any recommendations would not be correct. It seems like people think running is a great exercise; well it is not :) It can create problems, and many of us don't have any idea about running properly (not talking about you specifically) HIIT is not a must in order to lose fat, or exercise. You can do both ...


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According to the Fitbit site and a number of reviews, the Flex measure / keeps track of: Steps taken Distance traveled Calories Burned Active Minutes Hours Slept Quality of Sleep but per the review, not strokes rowed. Your only real option to accurately record your stroke count is to upgrade the rowing machine to one that includes a Bluetooth based ...


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Incline shoulder raise seems to be the best option. The same link lists clap pushups and depth pushups as good plyometric options, since, from your comments, that seems like it's more in line with your current exercises. Alternatively, the sarretus is involved as a stabilizer in most anterior deltoid exercises, like the over head press. There are a lot of ...


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reading your question give me a hint that you are going through a hard pull muscle or some bone minor fractions .. This is usual and just a advice that many people develop such type of things while doing exercise it remain unnoticed because you feel no pain no trouble while doing any other exercise but the pain is only triggered in several positional ...


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Looking at your stomach isn't very reliable, since it can be affected by water and food. To determine wether ones fat percentage is decreasing, it's better to look at ones muscle separation. When one loses fat, muscle separation increases and appears in new places, same goes for vascularity. Vein on your bicep getting more distinct? Then you're losing fat. ...


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I agree with above answers that there no way to target belly fat. But four keys that control stomach fat are exercise, diet, sleep, and stress management. With a regular routine exercises such as walking, jogging and other cardio exercises, approximately 20 minutes per day. With a proper and balanced diet, a good sleep and a decrease of stress in your life ...


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I will tell you how to do it from the point of view of physics. But please take into account that this may or may not be useful, since your muscles are supposed to burn fuel based too on the time spent under tension, not only on the physical work you do. You can burn yourself to failure with one single rep, simply by doing it extremely slow, so that it can ...



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