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There are different reasons and types of shaking during or after workouts. The common occurrences: by those using heavy weights and maximum effort (usually expected and under control, with a spotter) the trainee is tired or over exerting and over training other (badly fuelled, ill health) There is a third kind of shaking I welcome and look for during ...


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I guess your avatar means you normally play curling? That means you might want to get the benefit of swimming to strengthen your core muscles. You don't mention what kind of strokes you know, more than freestyle ("front crawl" I suppose) and backstroke ("back crawl" I hope?). Either of those will, when executed properly, strengthen your core by the rotation ...


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Also consider getting some washers and/or microplates to allow for microloading. I say washers because I read somewhere that they're significantly cheaper and work, but I haven't even tried micro loading myself so I can't recommend anything.


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To improve your OHP do more volume of OHP. Trust the 5x5 program and add accessories but not to the detriment of your main lifts, dips and chins are fine. For accessory work after 5x5 consider the PHUL program which will prescribe you those exercises. Texas Method or 5/3/1 is usually the go-to for strength, for aesthetics consider Jacked & Tan 2.0 or ...


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Yes, regular physical fitness routines will indeed make a difference on bone structure and growth as well as muscle mass giving net result as an increase in shoulder distance. The younger you are as you begin, the greater the effect will be. Specifically, weight training and other anaerobic and high impact routines will have the greatest effect on both bone ...


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One ex sprinter I talked to mentioned similar pain from running long distance. The doctor told them its common for sprinters to have problems adjusting to the different running form needed for long distance since sprinters paw or run on their toes alot.


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Progress to zero drop shoes, and slowly progress to a forefoot strike. Had months of problems with this and ended up being compartment syndrome. It will shift the focus from your shins to your calves. Progress slowly and strengthen your calves every other day, otherwise you risk other injuries. I found running forefoot in zero drop shoes (or barefoot) is the ...



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