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Feb
20
comment What exercise would get heart pumping fast very quickly?
Downvoted for outrageous condescension.
Feb
20
comment How can I measure my fitness at home without any instruments?
Why do you need to measure your fitness? Why can't you use any equipment or instruments?
Feb
19
reviewed Approve What does each weight plate weigh in standard gym equipment?
Feb
19
comment Building a custom upper body routine
@Moses Edited to answer.
Feb
19
revised Building a custom upper body routine
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Feb
19
reviewed Approve Proper running form - landing on balls of feet?
Feb
17
comment Isometric deadlifts instead of barbell deadlifts
Why do you want to replace the deadlift? What about the alternatives in the other questions aren't a good option?
Feb
16
answered My legs still ache 3-4 days after legs day
Feb
15
revised Building a custom upper body routine
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Feb
14
answered Making a training plan for medieval swordsmen / reenactment
Feb
14
comment Performance standards for curls and other small muscle exercises
Somewhere in this video they mention a world championship in the bicep curl, and what do you know--it exists. I'd start researching there. But why is this helpful? Your own numbers are what are important. Having numbers to compare to in the important lifts (C&J, squat, pull-up reps) are useful because those are benchmarks for the whole body. Using benchmarks on less-important lifts risks premature optimization.
Feb
13
revised Building a custom upper body routine
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Feb
13
answered Building a custom upper body routine
Feb
13
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Feb
12
comment What is the best iOS App for tracking Starting Strength progress?
The app looks good, but StrongLifts is an alternative to Starting Strength, not a continuation of it. In fact many people find the opposite to be useful: begin with StrongLifts because it starts lighter (as 5x5) and then switch to Starting Strength when it gets heavy, making 3x5 make more sense and more complex exercises (e.g., power cleans) are less intimidating.
Feb
12
revised Making a training plan for medieval swordsmen / reenactment
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Feb
12
reviewed Approve Am I exercising all my muscles?
Feb
12
comment Am I exercising all my muscles?
Maybe some dips and something to work your lower back, like back extensions?
Feb
10
answered Why does cardio/aerobic exercise lead to muscle loss?
Feb
10
comment How can I correctly log the calorie burn of circuit routines?
I didn't pick up on the fact that caloric burn, rather than accurate recording of the activity, was your goal.