Reputation
16,456
Next tag badge:
93/100 score
28/20 answers
Badges
2 39 104
Newest
 Nice Answer
Impact
~1.3m people reached

Apr
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
26
awarded  running
Apr
25
comment How do you maintain a healthy shoulder?
I like this question, but I think I'll have to vote to close as too broad. I mean, healthy maintenance of the shoulder could arguably take a whole book. Or at least half of one.
Apr
24
answered Pullup progression with muscle-ups as long-term goal
Apr
23
revised Is it normal when starting squats to not have flexible enough ankles?
added 154 characters in body
Apr
23
revised Change my routine to use strength exercises that are also cardio exercises?
added 9 characters in body
Apr
23
comment Increasing ankle (dorsiflexion) mobility
Is this technique improving your ankle dorsiflexion?
Apr
22
comment Weight loss and weight lifting
Isn't ten minutes of kettlebell swings both resistance training and aerobic?
Apr
22
comment Is the deadlift necessary for an intermediate bodybuilder?
Solid answer, but I disagree that "the Deadlift should be the first exercise in your workout routine." There are other higher-skill exercises of similar load that should take precedence, such as the squat or Olympic lifts. That's not even getting into questions of explosive or speed exercises, which the literature I've seen clearly states should go before strength exercises.
Apr
22
revised Is there good scientific evidence on the effectiveness of rest days for building mass?
RCT/RTC
Apr
21
comment Change my routine to use strength exercises that are also cardio exercises?
@Aequitas For both safety during strength exercises and for getting maximum results from both activities, cardio generally goes better after strength. (There's some good science on the second part.) Separate workouts are even better, but don't sweat it.
Apr
20
comment Change my routine to use strength exercises that are also cardio exercises?
@Misunderstood I've noticed that you have trouble with the concept of an example. Note the words, "for instance" when I mention the example of a mile run. And if you have criticisms of my strength workout, make them instead of posturing.
Apr
20
revised Change my routine to use strength exercises that are also cardio exercises?
added 28 characters in body
Apr
20
comment Change my routine to use strength exercises that are also cardio exercises?
@Misunderstood Maybe you could post your "correct answer" as an answer. As for the rest—yes, if you ignore some of the words in my answer, then my answer is wrong and of very poor quality. If you want to explain how someone's well-being is at risk with appropriately chosen circuit training then go ahead.
Apr
20
revised Change my routine to use strength exercises that are also cardio exercises?
clarify how my example is an example
Apr
20
comment Change my routine to use strength exercises that are also cardio exercises?
@Misunderstood I didn't recommend squatting 225 regardless of who the trainee is. I said, "suppose 225 was 80% of your max, then a cardio version of that workout would be..." Then the four minute rest periods are for that example workout, the goal for which is strength, not aerobic work. It's hard to take your criticisms seriously when your reading comprehension is so consistently poor. Once again, if you see ways for me to improve the clarity of my phrasing, please let me know or edit the post directly. But you're attacking something that I didn't say.
Apr
20
revised Change my routine to use strength exercises that are also cardio exercises?
added 745 characters in body
Apr
20
comment Change my routine to use strength exercises that are also cardio exercises?
@Misunderstood I'm trying as hard as I can to see something constructive in your comment. I'm not getting very far.
Apr
20
comment Change my routine to use strength exercises that are also cardio exercises?
@LarissaGodzilla There are some similarities.
Apr
20
comment Change my routine to use strength exercises that are also cardio exercises?
Do exercise A then immediately do exercise B without rest.