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Software developer, specializing in C++ and .NET

Mar
10
comment HIIT in the living room
IT seems for me Mark Lauren is focusing on strength training?
Mar
8
comment HIIT in the living room
Air Squats for example seems to be used in Tabata, and is "quite"
Mar
8
comment HIIT in the living room
@JohnP - how is this a shopping recommendation?
Mar
7
comment HIIT in the living room
Thats to voluminous. (I don't think these are impossible requirements. I can get moderate pulse with my Wi-Fit step program. It should be possible to get high pulse by moving more up and down, or putting the board higher)
Nov
13
comment How do I gain lean muscle mass as a vegetarian or vegan?
Cant you gain "slower"? Would think protein is important for gaining fast?
Nov
12
comment How to track Fitness effort manually?
The guidelines says "purchase recommendation" is off topic, so free apps should be OK. (I have adapted the question)
Nov
11
comment How to track Fitness effort manually?
It doesn't have to be a product. You could for example send photos "off shore" and have somebody put it in a spreadsheet. Or I might get very far with just a spreadsheet. I am interested in anything that is efficient and "works".
Aug
14
comment Easy gain for untrained muscles?
Can you unhold it now?
Jul
15
comment Getting PAIN when you do something you havent done in a while
I don't think "Irregularity DOMS" is necessarily the same as DOMS from training to hard. Also it cane be important to minimize it or know when it is a contributing factor to problems.
Jul
15
comment Getting PAIN when you do something you havent done in a while
I guess this "extra" pain can often be called DOMS, but I am looking for the terminology for/theory for why you get it "irregularity".
May
7
comment What should I look for in electronic measurement of body composition?
About accuracy- the important thing is to measure small changes in short times. But my assertion is that for instruments measuring the same way it is probably not a big difference
May
7
comment What should I look for in electronic measurement of body composition?
So i might buy a separate instrument later.
May
6
comment What should I look for in electronic measurement of body composition?
I think handheld sensors might not be accepted in the bathroom :-)
May
6
comment What should I look for in electronic measurement of body composition?
The tiny Fitbit does that (And they also have this kind of balance)
Dec
25
comment What is the difference between one and several sets - With the same level of soreness?
If I get 80% of the effect of 2 sets with just 1 set, it sounds like a good deal :-)
Dec
25
comment What is the difference between one and several sets - With the same level of soreness?
I have usually been doing 8-12. Usually close to max.
Dec
25
comment What is the difference between one and several sets - With the same level of soreness?
If one set max doesn't give significant soreness we can compare a few sets with a higher number of sets.
Dec
25
comment What is the difference between one and several sets - With the same level of soreness?
Limited by soreness (and with significant soreness). For a beginner Say 5-15 rep range for 1 set.
Dec
22
comment To what extent is strength training about optimal breakdown of muscles
(Its not my question anymore) I don't "keep dropping facts I think I know", I am stating my assumptions. You are right that it doesn't directly relate to my question, as my question was about the gain-side. I think overtraining is an example of a negative effect which is a bit different than the local phenomena I am referring to. I don't think it is uncommon in some groups.
Dec
19
comment To what extent is strength training about optimal breakdown of muscles
i am more looking at the gain-side, but I will look at it. The relation on the pain-side is quite clear to me (But I might be wrong (overtraining seems to be common in bodybuilding, and is perhaps a bit different than just breakdown).