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Do I understand correctly that you are not able to do any push-ups after 3 days of your last workout? I think you are attacking your problem wrong. You should not force your body to something, pick up a proper wprkout program, stick to it and watch your diet. Muscles and Strength will come - be patient, dont rush - what comes fast, goes fast ... you will ...


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Soreness Cherish it. It's not a way of measuring how effective your workout was, but it should tell you that you've done something out of your comfort zone, and that's good! The more you train, the less of it you'll have. But generally, don't worry about it. Sudden weakness This is important. Learn this immediately!! When you train, you break the muscle ...


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You do not necessarily need to eat more, but you have to get correct nutrition: Six smaller meals a day containing 20-25g protein each time (this is much harder to plan than you think - use a kitchen scale and nutrition tables to check the amount of protein) Healthy food: Fresh fruit rather than dried or canned fruit. Raw or slightly cooked vegetables. No ...


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No, the initial reps with lower weight are most useful for ensuring, that you perform the exercise with sufficient quality. E.g. for squats focus on maintaining a very high tension in your lower back and the deep abs. Look in the mirror and check that your knees do not moves during the exercise.(vertical shins) They work as a safety precaution too: You get ...


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Gaining weight as an underweight person (and I know this from experience) is having the balls to eat even though you're not hungry. This does not mean binging, but rather eating healthy food 5-6 times per day, in moderate portions. But you can help yourself get a bigger appetite by joining a sport. I wouldn't recommend weightlifting just yet, but a form of ...



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