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Being a dude my explanation may be wrong but bare with me. I do a lot of running, cycling and leg workouts. Two things that ruin a workout for me are the workout shorts and underwear. If I'm wearing the wrong pair of underwear or a pair of shorts that are too long then I'm in for a bad experience. That said, most panties have that seam at the bottom of them ...


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One internet poll reported that around 33% of women do this. The practice does have at least one benefit in that workout clothing -- especially bike shorts -- is much better at wicking away moisture than many types of women's underwear.


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Not aware of any other retro fitters, but technically a bespoke system would be a trivial exercise; wondering if you've considered an alternative that may be cheaper, be less hassle to run, especially if you have no desire to capture the results from any trip computers your equipment currently carries, or a desire to issue RFID keys to your clients, and ...


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I am not female so I don't speak from experience, but here goes. I've noticed that lots, not all or even most, but simply a lot of women workout for vanity purposes. Hence they often train the posterior chain of muscles, namely glutes, hams, lower back and calves. So one possible reason is because of the basic human need to show off, and these are those ...


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Most personal trainers will tell you to work a muscle through its full range of motion (ROM). The goal is to ensure that the muscle is under a constant and consistent load during each repetition of the exercise. The load on the muscle tends to be greater for full range of motion even if you lift less weight. A relatively recent (January 2014) study by the ...


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I think most athletes are familiar with good vs bad pain. Good pain is just soreness, typically DOMS, and not an acute injury that you are aggravating. Good pain also tends to be transitory: it comes up with new exercises or increased load, and then goes away. Also, exercise tends to make it feel better. Bad pain is sharper and tends to be indicative of a ...



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