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I'm going to grade my recommendations by how deep your caloric cut is, because that affects what you can safely do. In general you will find that the larger the muscle group involved, the more calories expended in doing the exercise. I am assuming the OP is in generally good health and only has to worry about a few extra pounds. Also, my body fat ...


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All exercises have an element of both cardio and strength. What differentiates them is how much resistance is used (or can be used) and how much of it you do. A one-rep-maximum bench press is extremely 'strengthy' even though you'll probably break a sweat in the few seconds it takes to execute. Walking, despite being one of the easiest forms of exercise, is ...


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I am 27 and I have been underweight for many years. Well this is your actual issue, and what your question should be based on. Will these products help you achieve your goal of adding weight? Realistically, no. Supplements are meant to do just that, supplement what the body is missing. Of that list, the only product I would recommend is whey protein ...


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As Eric indicated in his response, supplements aren't really necessary if you have a well-balanced diet. In fact, unless you’re planning to participate at a high athletic level, or, you plan on training very intensely, and, you don’t have ready access to nutritious food, you probably don’t need them. The supplement industry is a multi-billion dollar ...


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if there are any side effect Glutamine can cause your stools to loosen a bit. The other stuff may have additional ingredients, and whey protein is a fairly typical food source found in a lot of products you probably already consume. the dosage of these supplements You'll want to read the labels. whether I should take them daily or ...


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I boxed for four years and came out of one of the best gyms in the midwest. It was no frills and no excuses type of place in one of the worst areas of the US. But they were popping out guys for the Olympic team like candy. We also had a trainer that is recognized internationally. I will let his methods answer your question since you are more or less ...


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You probably won't get bulky arms in only 15 minutes of lifting, I would recommend at least 25-45 minutes twice a week if you want bulky arms. Some good exercises for mass are: 1) 4 sets of 6-8 heavy barbell curls 2) 3 sets of 10-12 hammer dumbbell curls 3) 3 sets of 10-12 seated alternating dumbbell curls It's import to "squeeze" the muscle at the top of ...


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The trick is to use a weight that is not too heavy (you don't want to be doing single reps) or too light (you want to be stimulating the muscles, not just your aerobic capacity). It's a fine balance. Thrusters are awesome for this. Any full-body movement that can be repeated reasonably quickly. Dumbell or kettlebell snatch comes to mind. Something simpler ...


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A little research shows that lactose-free milk is made by adding lactase to milk, which breaks down the lactose into simpler sugars. If the brand you are drinking is like that, it will have no difference on your nutrition.


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As the person who wrote that answer, I'd say that no one has any idea how long it will take. It depends on your specific level of fitness at those tasks now, which you haven't told us. In general, I'd say that most fit women should plan for a few months of training to reach the goals you stipulate. However: It's impossible to be more accurate than that ...



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