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As an over 30's (nearly 40) skate boarder, surfer, and (mainly) snowboarder, I'll take at a crack at these. Are there any signs here that I am risking injury, long or short term? Well let's be clear that you're risking injury by skateboarding at all. You're one rock, one crack, or one obstacle away from flying onto the asphalt, and it will happen. If ...


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You are right, you can't recover as well as you could when you were in college. Such is the nature of the human body. However, you can do a few things to give your body the best chance at recovering: Eat enough. If you want to progress and work at 70-90% RM in your gym workouts then you need to eat enough to help your body recover. Work out your TDEE and ...


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I think that as you start to get in the really high weights things can get dicey, but short of having an injury mid-lift (which can happen) you should be able to lower even a 1 rep max weight down to your chest. That being said, you should know how to dump weights to the side on bench press. If you don't use clips, you can just tilt the bar to the side and ...



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