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I am doing stronglifts on a deficit (1760 calories a day). I am 5'7" and weigh 173. I was 172 when I started back on the program. I had to stop going to the gym for financial reason, and from October '14 to Feb '15 I gained 20 lbs. Over this first four weeks I shot up to 178lbs and I am now on a downward trend. My goal is to lean up (just not be a fat-ass ...


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I cannot know your motivation for finding research papers on this topic, but personally I do not find papers on these matters very informative or trusty. Simply because you cannot create a really objective control group. I am sure you can find some papers about linear progression, because it is the basis of all strength. It is generally known, that if ...


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I don't recommend holding the bar with just your fingers in any excercise EVER. All that will do is severely pull the tendons connected to your fingers up through your forearm and through your elbow. With any barbell exercise, a strong firm grip is key, for forearm development and bar control.


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I'm not able to find a source right now, but I remember reading that it's only possible to oxidize a certain amount of fat per day, when going over this limit, you will start burning protein (muscle) instead. For a regular sized person, it's about 500kcal/day, fatter people can burn more of course. This means that you can burn about a kg of pure fat in two ...


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Use some calculator to calculate your macros, a simple one like this There are three major macronutrients, or macros for short : Protein, Carbohydrates and fats. Using the macro calculator you can calculate how much of each do you need daily. Fill those needs, and you will lose weight, if that is what you want. Use a site like myfitnesspal to track your ...



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