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I actually hate the idea of answering questions with comments as well as questions not having a real answer, so this might be a bit OCD, but here we go: As I pointed out in the comments, you probably did raise your working weight too fast. While different programs use a wide range of progressions, most agree on raising the working weight by a maximum of 10% ...


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Forward head posture (called gravity induced kyphosis) is pretty common nowadays. The first thing you should do is begin stretching your neck with an exercise called neck retraction: You'll be amazed at how great this exercise feels. If you've been stuck in forward head posture for a long time, you'll feel as though your entire upper spine is waking up. ...


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To correct your posture will take time; however, it's a possible and easy thing to do. Equipment needed A full length mirror or reflective surface A chair Procedure Google "proper standing posture" and "proper sitting posture" and download some of the images Stand in front of the mirror, mimicking the proper posture in the "proper standing ...


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LarissaGorilla, Reading and anecdotal experiences have shown that weight squatting helps with knee pains. While i can't give a resource-backed answer at the moment, my theory is that: Squatting improves the strength of your body, including your thighs, overall legs, and body. Because the legs are now stronger, the muscles are more able to sustain the ...



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