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Apr
20
comment Weightloss seems stagnant despite much efforts
Why were there two HTML breakline tags in this question (and in several of your answers)?
Apr
20
revised Weightloss seems stagnant despite much efforts
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Apr
20
answered Substituting dumbell bench press for barbell bench press
Apr
18
comment Fatigue after a certain amount of reps, no matter what the weight is!
How much do you squat, how frequently, what other kinds of exercise do you do, and how deeply do you squat?
Apr
2
comment Recurring muscle pull in Upper-back/Neck when doing overhead press/bench press - form advice
I'd check your posture and shoulder mobility.
Mar
28
comment Best home gym to replace going to the gym
@LarissaGodzilla +1 The bonus pull-up bar is especially compelling.
Mar
21
answered Is 20 minutes of HIIT cardio on a stationary bike going to kill recovery on 5/3/1 + Trimuvirate?
Mar
21
revised Why is “Starting Strength” the most highly regarded workout regime on the Internet?
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Mar
21
revised More fatigue, DOMS, and pain than improvement in exercise
Generally we don't put edit histories into the body of the post.
Mar
19
comment More fatigue, DOMS, and pain than improvement in exercise
Sleep less? Really?
Mar
19
revised For bench press, should I use dumbbells, a barbell, or the Smith machine?
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Mar
13
comment The leg workout
@PrakashWadhwani That suggests severe mobility problems in the ankles, hips, and back that you should fix.
Mar
13
comment The leg workout
@user1703394 I've never found any use for a spotter while squatting. A squat rack (or bumper plates) is far, far preferable. Save the spotters for benching.
Mar
13
answered The leg workout
Mar
13
comment If I lift weights and eat exactly my calorie requirements, what will happen to my body?
@user1703394 Different strokes, amigo.
Mar
13
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Mar
12
comment If I lift weights and eat exactly my calorie requirements, what will happen to my body?
@Eliyahu It's easier to get bigger and then if everything goes to plan you're big and lean at the same time. I'm not saying that eating at maintenance will make you much bigger--merely that you will build muscle.
Mar
12
answered If I lift weights and eat exactly my calorie requirements, what will happen to my body?
Mar
12
revised What are the trade-offs of weight versus repetition?
point to the training elements that underlie volume and intensity
Mar
10
revised Good workout regimen for building muscle and losing fat?
i don't think regiment is the right word