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I lift, train combat sports, and am interested in any physical or outdoor culture.


May
12
comment Not gaining strength, even after following routine, diet, exercise, sleep, etc
You need to describe what you've been doing in extreme detail for anyone over the internet to have the faintest clue what might help your workout programming. Right now nobody knows if you squat 20 pounds or 200, or whether you do squats or inverted one-finger preacher concentration curls, or if you do one set of three or fifteen sets of thirty.
May
12
answered Not gaining strength, even after following routine, diet, exercise, sleep, etc
May
12
answered Is this enough?
May
12
answered Can overtraining occur when I'm alternating muscle groups?
May
8
reviewed Close How often does running or weight lifting cause capillary bursts?
May
8
reviewed Close Bulletproof coffee and green tea
May
8
reviewed Close Weight Loss after reaching a plateau
May
8
reviewed Close How can I get toned without losing weight?
May
8
awarded  Custodian
May
8
reviewed Close Is it better to keep a fixed bed time or waking up time?
May
8
reviewed Leave Open Chocolate and coconut
May
8
reviewed Reviewed Need help for workout, supplement and nutrition
May
8
reviewed Looks OK What to drink during a triathlon
May
7
answered Pistol Squat Progression?
May
3
revised How can I get in shape in one month?
added 440 characters in body
May
1
answered How to increase reps on pullups/dips while doing a 2-day-split?
Apr
29
comment Beginner full body routine without squats
A clean and front squat allows greater loads than trying to clean-and-press the bar to a back squat position. It's still not a maximal front squat and definitely not a max back squat, but it's pretty good.
Apr
27
comment Beginner full body routine without squats
Answers to this question might help you think around this problem. Dumbbell lunges, while not a substitute for squats, fit well as an alternative.
Apr
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Weight lifting always leading to illness
Apr
25
comment Weight lifting always leading to illness
Post hoc ergo propter hoc? How do we know that the lifting has anything to do with the colds?