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


Jul
19
comment Dead lift, best way to gain strength and power
What are your goals? You mention burning calories, strength, size, and power, all of which require fairly different approaches.
Jul
19
comment Recommendations for a weight program to support martial arts competition
I think this question belongs here instead of MA.SE; that SE has a strong anti-modern-training bias.
Jul
19
revised Substitute for squats and squat jumps that put less stress on knees
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Jul
17
revised What are the pros and cons of running versus walking?
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Jul
17
comment What muscles are targeted by these different variations of pull-ups: standard, chin-ups, and the neutral or parallel close grip pull-up?
This is a duplicate question, but I think the older one should be merged with this one, because both question and answers are better stated here.
Jul
17
comment What muscles are targeted by these different variations of pull-ups: standard, chin-ups, and the neutral or parallel close grip pull-up?
A quote from Rip's thread would get my upvote. :)
Jul
17
comment Seeking a barbell/dumbbell workout for a very small room
I'd write off the bench and barbell as useless, haul the heaviest dumbbells outside (giving you a farmer's walk! Yay!), and do something like what I describe in this answer. Outdoor heavy dumbbell work with the basics.
Jul
17
revised List of Beginner Dumbbell Exercises?
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Jul
17
revised I am underweight. How do I gain weight and muscle?
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Jul
17
comment Noticing a Lack of Iron In My Diet
@Merritt Why no yolks? There be iron, matey.
Jul
16
comment How many calories would a programmer (or somebody who is mostly at a desk) burn on a daily basis?
@Moses I think you're right, and therefore my response is no longer entirely accurate. I still think that such an approach is reductionist and to be avoided.
Jul
16
revised Seeking a barbell/dumbbell workout for a very small room
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Jul
16
comment How many calories would a programmer (or somebody who is mostly at a desk) burn on a daily basis?
I think it's important to keep in mind the fact that calories are not the only important aspect of a diet, and that sitting at a desk all day has negative effects beyond the caloric.
Jul
16
comment What is the official “baseline” workout of CrossFit?
I community wiki'd the post, so please upvote without concern for the fact that someone else's input would bolster my rep. :)
Jul
16
comment How many calories would a programmer (or somebody who is mostly at a desk) burn on a daily basis?
@Boris If I understand you correctly as saying that totally sedentary people burn enough calories, with the corollary that exercise is irrelevant, then I wish I could downvote your comment. If I misunderstand then nevermind.
Jul
16
answered What is the official “baseline” workout of CrossFit?
Jul
15
comment Seeking a barbell/dumbbell workout for a very small room
No, seriously, how heavy do the weights go? And what's your height and weight?
Jul
15
comment What is the “kernel” for a 4 decade training program for physical fitness?
I'm sorry--5 minutes to do squats or deadlifts, a set of presses, and a set of pull-ups, once per week, and this will create gains to the peak of your potential? I think this needs a rewording or clarification. Most people need 5 minutes just to get warm to prevent injury, and one set each, once a week (while probably not so bad for health purposes) can't be said to get you anywhere close to your potential.
Jul
14
comment How to pick an exercise program to achieve my goals
@Aesir Lifting weights can be done for conditioning, depending on how you structure the lifts. The methods I know of are barbell complexes (where you load the bar with a light weight and do reps of several different exercises without stopping, e.g. 8 cleans, 8 squats, 8 presses, then rest and repeat) and the infamous 20-rep squat program. But no, lifting weights for strength (like in SS or SL) will not get your conditioning much past a minimal level.
Jul
14
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