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Recommended Caloric Intake (i.e.Energy Requirements) is not a simple formula. Energy is required to sustain the body’s various functions, including respiration, circulation, physical work, and maintenance of core body temperature. The energy in foods is released in the body by oxidation, yielding the chemical energy needed to sustain metabolism, nerve ...


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Forward and lateral raises should only be done at an angle for someone with a shoulder injury. Also the weights should be very light(no more than 10 lbs max) to avoid further stress on the joint


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It depends on whether you are trying to gain or lose weight, or stay around the same. ExRx.net has a good calculator to estimate your calorie requirements. You put in your gender, age, weight, and height, and put in the average number of hours you spend performing various levels of activity, and it will estimate your TDEE (total daily energy expenditure). ...


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NOTE: This is an incomplete answer. There are so many things wrong with this routine. I am in the process of creating a couple of routine assessment apps to assemble the data necessary to explain further. This routine needs a lot of work. The major problems are the over training of many muscles, it does not allow sufficient rest between workout days, ...


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There are a variety of triceps exercises you can perform. However, if done incorrectly, some of them can impact shoulder problems. To lessen any potential problems, I’d suggest you warm up by doing some light shoulder stretching, and, use relatively light weight to begin. I’ll list a few, but, if they cause discomfort, you should stop immediately. ...


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Honestly, cut the machines out of your routine, and add in the free weights (barbell/ olympic lifts). I suggest getting on a strength training program such as StrongLifts, Ripetoes Starting Strength, Candito, etc. I personally use StrongLifts as my current program. A strength training/powerlifting program is going to shred any unwanted fat, give you the ...


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Given what you have said - that you are a relative beginner and you are working to not be skinny fat - I don't think either routine is particularly good. Because of the overlap in the routines (the repeats and things like flat bench/incline bench and squats/leg press) and the number of reps, this looks like a routine for somebody who is interested in muscle ...



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