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about proper running form, race preparation, measuring the benefits and avoiding the pitfalls of running.
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Resistance training with barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells and other weights. Questions involving how to lift and maximizing lifting performance. Includes powerlifting, bodybuilding and Olympic lifting…
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How to lower one's overall mass. Questions are about diets and training programs that improve body composition.
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Making one's body work. Includes walking, jogging, running, lifting weights, playing sports, cycling and any active play. The opposite of watching TV.
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What you eat, when and why.
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Methods of organizing one's training.
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the ability of the body to exert force. Questions are about training methods for improving strength.
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How to safely and effectively build muscle, whether for looks or for strength. Also, how muscles work physiologically.
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Working out for aesthetic purposes: building muscle mass, cutting weight (especially fat), creating desired body proportions.
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An activity that challenges one or more aspects of your body's abilities (strength, endurance, agility, etc), often with measurable resistances: weight, time, reps.
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*ONLY* TAGGED WITH NUTRITION IT WILL PROBABLY BE CLOSED AS OFF TOPIC. Getting the right substances into your body and to your cells to support life.
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a shorthand term for aerobic exercise. Aerobic exercise is comprised of activities that tend to improve the body's utilization of oxygen.
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An exercise/program designed to increase your muscle mass/lifting capacity.
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Working out with a purpose, in pursuit of a goal.
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an energy measurement of the amount of energy obtained from food that is available through cellular respiration.
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one of the three lifts in powerlifting. Questions are about effective technique, variations, and programs for squatting with or without resistance.
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Damage to a body part/system. Some injuries can be treated, while others can only be managed.
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One of the 3 main macronutrients, proteins are essential nutrients for the human body. Protein consumption has a strong correlation to muscle growth.
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The body rebuilding itself after injury or training stimulus.
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A building or room where one can workout. Gyms also frequently have specialized equipment.
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How do I get huge? With the muscles?
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Bodyweight exercises use the body as resistance. Exemplary exercises are push ups, planks, pull ups and squats.
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Whey, branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), creatine, psyllium husks, caffeine and other non-food items that athletes add to their diet to improve training and recovery. Questions are about which supple…
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a form of physical exercise in which a specific skeletal muscle (or muscle group) is deliberately stretched.
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The state of being well, without disease or dysfunction.
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The abdomen (less formally called the belly, stomach, or tummy), in vertebrates such as mammals, constitutes the part of the body between the thorax (chest) and pelvis.
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The proper way to perform a specific workout movement.
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Healthy body composition depends on the percentage of body-fat compared to lean mass. Questions are about how to calculate body-fat percentage, healthy body-fat ranges and body fat distribution.
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About proper training, equipment and diet for running sessions covering distances of at least 30km where mid-race nutrition due to depleted glycogen becomes a factor in training and race regimes.
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an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage
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Swimming describes any method by which humans (or other living creatures) move themselves through water, apart from walking on the bottom.
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Questions about bicycle commuting, recreational biking or competitive biking.
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refers to questions regarding prevention from injuries.
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what we eat to give us energy and nutrition.
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A beginner strength program by Mark Rippetoe.