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revised Cons of doing all the Starting Strength “Practical Programming Novice Program” exercises on the same day?
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revised Doing Starting Strength once a week
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revised Aerobic on days before weight lifting
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revised Am I gaining anything more by doing accessory work with Starting Strength or is it potentially not contributing anything?
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revised Cons of doing all the Starting Strength “Practical Programming Novice Program” exercises on the same day?
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revised Cons of doing all the Starting Strength “Practical Programming Novice Program” exercises on the same day?
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comment Cons of doing all the Starting Strength “Practical Programming Novice Program” exercises on the same day?
VPeric's question (and advice) is spot-on. "How far along in the program are you?" is the essential question here.
Aug
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answered Cons of doing all the Starting Strength “Practical Programming Novice Program” exercises on the same day?
Aug
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revised How can I increase my pull-ups reps?
excerpts > straight link
Aug
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comment How can I increase my pull-ups reps?
-1 for the issues raised in comments, but this could be a great answer with some editing.
Aug
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comment In a bench press, are there any tricks for determining which muscles are the weakest?
Definitions vary--what is the difference between a dumbbell shoulder press and a dumbbell press?
Aug
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comment Hand position in dumbbell bench press
Link dead. Stack Exchange weeps. Maybe you could find another source, and excerpt the content here so it doesn't get lost?
Aug
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comment In a bench press, are there any tricks for determining which muscles are the weakest?
@Salsero69 As Sancho notes, detailing your current programming/lifting schedule would help. It could be as simple as giving too much time to non-benching/horizontal-pushing activities.
Aug
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comment In a bench press, are there any tricks for determining which muscles are the weakest?
I just noticed that your bench press is equal to your overhead press. Either something is seriously wrong with your benching, or you're push-pressing/jerking the overhead press, because that's a solid overhead pressing number. Maybe your shoulders are way more developed than your chest and triceps--do you do dips? Decline press? How often do you bench compared to overhead press and all the other shoulder work?
Aug
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answered Stronglifts 5x5 and Rowing
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comment Stronglifts 5x5 and Rowing
How much rowing do you want to do? How intense?
Aug
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comment Are there any scientific facts regarding resting times/training intensity's and muscle/performance growth
I think this is actually several questions, or one overly broad question. "What does science have to say about sports and strength" is enough material for a book (or three). If narrowed down significantly this would be a lot more answerable.
Aug
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comment In a bench press, are there any tricks for determining which muscles are the weakest?
Good edit. Because I'm a little dense--this is just for reference, right? Your bench isn't stalled or causing problems?
Aug
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revised In a bench press, are there any tricks for determining which muscles are the weakest?
taggering!
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comment In a bench press, are there any tricks for determining which muscles are the weakest?
Good question. What's the immediate problem you're facing? Why do you think it's one weak muscle instead of all of them? Are you not getting results with your current programming?