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As for me I think that such exercises like bench press and deadlift are as effective as a squats. By the way, if you are interested how to increase your GH level, you can get some more information here
I would make sure you're doing these: Warmup. I don't do anything until I've broken a sweat and have exercised the particular parts of my body I'm about to use. Running doesn't warm you up for bench pressing, and pushups don't warm you up for squats. It's rare for me to warmup for more than 5 minutes, alternating between Turkish getups, jump rope, and ...
What causes them? Could be improper form and/or you did not loosen up your thigh through stretching. What can I do to progress past this point? Do some stretching and do more set as opposed to increasing the reps.
Diet Clean up your diet. The lower your body fat gets, the more insulin sensitive you become, and the easier you store body fat. Basically it gets harder and harder to get leaner. The techniques you can use to go from obese to "fit" aren't the same you need to get from "fit" to "ripped". You're eating a ton of carbohydrates, which is probably the problem. ...
Well it looks like you have your exercise portion of things in order. Running and going to the gym regularly is for sure helping, but here is your main problem: My diet is not that great, I admit it. I don't control the portions. You should at the least know how much the portions you're eating are as well as adjusting how much you eat (not necessarily ...
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