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reviewed Satisfactory Why does the suprailliac skinfold body fat method depend on age?
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reviewed Excellent Compound, total body exercises minimising quad and ham development
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reviewed Satisfactory What is an ideal body fat% for young lean males?
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comment Is it good to use a steam room after working out?
Do you mean a steam room, like a sauna?
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comment Is my mass gainer supplement ideal?
@DocFaustus While I agree on a basic level, I have heard evidence and noticed in myself that liquid food is not as filling in accordance with its caloric content as compared to solid food. This is part of why people looking to gain weight will add milk or shakes to their diet. In this case, however, the "real food" side of the equation is not nearly maxed out.
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comment Is my mass gainer supplement ideal?
If you're lifting or kickboxing six days a week, you're not going to get a pot-belly. It is, however, difficult to maintain low body fat while getting bigger. Intermittent fasting is one way to go on that front. Going on a bulk phase, acknowledging that you'll gain some body fat, is another option--you can always lose the fat later, and if you pull it off right, you'll still be bigger and stronger.
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comment Is my mass gainer supplement ideal?
How did you get such a specific bodyweight reading? Is it very important to you to maintain that as you get bigger?
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comment Breaking down on Starting Strength
WHOA! Yeah, dude, that's a "stop lifting altogether and restart way lower" scenario. Two months of playing with the same numbers while feeling pain is not normal.
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comment Breaking down on Starting Strength
You haven't made progress for 3 months?
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comment Breaking down on Starting Strength
@Geek I'm not clear what the injury is, but the solution may involve taking a week or two off and deloading by 30% or more. It's not helpful to keep re-injuring yourself.
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answered Breaking down on Starting Strength
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comment Breaking down on Starting Strength
What changed when you decided you wanted to cut some fat? Did you continue doing the program as you had been, but just ate less?