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Carry your groceries home on foot, holding them in your arms or at your sides with your hands. Garden. Do home repairs and yardwork yourself. Honestly the entire endeavor of trying to work out without working out is, in my opinion, doomed. You can lead a more active lifestyle without explicitly working out. But as soon as you want any sort of specific ...


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Most "guys in the gym" have absolutely no idea what they are doing. There are certain exercises that you can really do pretty much every day for the rest of your life with good results. If you were using a lot of weight, you might want to do them every other day. That's the premise behind most strength training plans: they pick the most valuable barbell ...


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What you’re describing is Exercise Adaptation, or, “training plateau”. It’s a common response to exercise stress. From the National Academy of Sports… The principle of adaptation refers to the process of the body getting accustomed to a particular exercise or training program through repeated exposure. As the body adapts to the stress of the new ...


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I don't think a high or low bar squat should necessarily cause knee pain: both are okay when performed correctly. As such, I wouldn't look at that as the cause of your issue. The low bar squat is "better" because you can push more weight. There are a lot of competitive level crossfitters that never low bar squat: their knees are fine. Regardless of all of ...


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Try Bulgarian split squats with just your bodyweight. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxFjYVinea4


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According to the classical books on yoga, it is mentioned not to do yoga when the body is tired. So according to this, you should not do yoga after workout


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If you want to exercise everyday, concentrate on training different muscle groups. Focus on your planks, squats and lunges on one day and your upper body work (push ups, chin ups, dips) on the other day. Your muscles need a minimum of 48 hours to recover and grow depending on the amount of volume you are performing Luke. Circuits are great for fat loss. ...


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I'd advise against doing it every day. Instead, every-other day would provide your muscles with enough restitution to actually progress. Keep in mind that the "every-other day" part is more of a rule-of-thumb, but restitution is crucial to gaining strength. If your numbers are a goal, and not something you can already do, then it looks alright. The problem ...


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If it is just one day a week then increasing your protein the following day will leave some extra protein for yesterday underfed muscle to be replenished and repaired efficiently. It is nothing grot worry about as far as you are hitting your weekly goal your body has a way if evenly distributing protein accordingly. The beauty of our body is the mechanics ...



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