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I'm sure in a round-a-bout way they do since they're both compound arm/back exercises. But the angles are pretty different, the inverted row targeting the traps a bit more so than the pullup (or chinup) which targets the lats (and biceps, if you're doing chinups. Inverted (or supine) rows I generally recommend as a warmup for back exercises, or for folks ...


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The only really accurate way to determine if you're gaining (or losing) fat is with a water tank. Fat floats, bones and muscle sink, and fluids don't really have much of a difference. Armed with that folks can figure out pretty accurately how much fat you have. That of course is incredibly unrealistic for 99.9% of the population. If the only exercise ...


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No, it's not harmful. You can workout 7 days a week, twice a day if you really feel like it. Just make sure you use good form and if you feel you're getting tired/fatigued really easily and struggling with the workout, take a day or two off to recover/relax. Listen to your body. Make sure you consume enough food and water. High intensity, regular exercise ...


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Is my friend, who lifts 3 times more weight than I do, stronger? He's stronger than you at certain things. There is no universal single benchmark for strength. Numerous things can be used: squats, snatches, atlas stones, deadlifts, overhead press, pulling a car up a hill, etc. Your body adapts to what you do it. Your friend doesn't concentrate on ...



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