4,043 reputation
1831
bio website
location Oregon
age 26
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen Jul 19 at 2:53

I barely know anything about everything.


Jul
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
28
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
17
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Am I taking too many vitamins and supplements?
Jun
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What should I eat or drink before jogging?
Jun
1
awarded  Popular Question
May
31
awarded  Popular Question
May
28
awarded  Popular Question
May
20
comment How to learn to do my first push ups without losing hope?
I would add that in addition to the above, you can also try assisted push-ups from your knees.
May
13
comment Should i go to gym i'm 15
Please see this answer for safety concerns of youth in gyms. Please see this answer for building muscle and diet program for thin people
May
12
answered What is the reason my pain and exhaustion are not improving?
Apr
30
comment How to integrate box squat to my weekly leg workout
Not quite sure what the rest of your week looks like, but I would do the following: normal squat day 1 + day 2, then box squat day 3. In fact, I would dedicate the entire day 3 to explosive or power movements.
Apr
29
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on skiing tag wiki excerpt
Apr
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on skiing tag wiki
Apr
22
answered Need exercise recommendations for abs, triceps and biceps to incorporate into Stronglifts 5x5
Apr
22
comment Optimal strategy for “4min pushup test”
@VPeric I hit 120 with 5-10s left and essentially passed out from exhaustion. My reasoning is exactly as I described in the answer: my body is trained for high intensity high rest workouts. I lift big, then I rest big. I don't train my body to function under short rest intervals like in HIIT, so I choose to make the rest volume high where I felt it would help me the most. As for structuring the actual program, that depends entirely on your ability to know your limits. I know how many push ups I can do, and have a general idea how many I can do when exhausted, so thats the structure I used.
Apr
20
answered Optimal strategy for “4min pushup test”
Apr
19
comment Exercises that make the 'Core' strong
+1 This is especially good exercise. I will add: make sure you have a spotter when starting out doing exercises that challenge your balancing via bosu, ball, or single leg. Bonus points if the spotter is a PT who can make sure you are using correct form.
Apr
19
comment Stronglifts 5v5 : Where do I go from here?
Does the conjugate method also have something that targets the upper back or shoulders, or is it just box squats, deadlifts, and bench press?
Apr
19
revised Stronglifts 5v5 : Where do I go from here?
fixed formatting and style to make more readable; converted text to url