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Apr
23
comment How do I adjust diet to the exercise cycle
What is difficult? That food intake is related to mass gain? Especially when you train?
Apr
23
comment How do I adjust diet to the exercise cycle
The relation to gain/loss of muscle to caloric balance is not very strict. The question ASSUMES that calori and related quantitative measures matters more at some periods than other periods (related to training). Also, it is not just a question of calories.
Apr
23
comment How do I adjust diet to the exercise cycle
@JJosaur I think this enough information, there is some more in my profile. I you think there is something missing, please be a bit specific.
Apr
15
comment How do I adjust diet to the exercise cycle
This is not relevant, its not about doing both at the same time.
Apr
14
comment How do I adjust diet to the exercise cycle
Anyway, you always have priorities, and you stil probably want to coordinate diet and exercise
Apr
14
comment How do I adjust diet to the exercise cycle
I don' t train strength / train hard so often, so it is no point in trying to lose fat (calorie deficit)directly from the sessions. If you train hard most days it is probably different.
Mar
23
comment Boosting Testosterone with exercise?
But isn't it so that "free testosterone" is important? And that it doesn't directly relate to "total testosterone"?
Mar
23
comment Boosting Testosterone with exercise?
On the low side when its relevant for the answer, but not extremely low for somebody below 55.
Mar
21
comment How do I adjust diet to the exercise cycle
Note that my breaks are quite long, so should be easier to combine the 2 than say a bodybuilder training 3 times a week.
Mar
19
comment How do I adjust diet to the exercise cycle
Yes, but fat-loss is not an important goal for my exercise.
Dec
25
comment Difference on reps?
Won't doing sets very slowly work a bit like a heavier load?
Dec
25
comment What is the difference betweeen 9 and 10 reps? (If you can do 10)
According to "Body by Science" fast fibers won't be used before slow fibers are exhausted, so going closer to failure can be quite different (They recommend going to failure, but only doing one set)
Aug
30
comment Regaining lost strength and muscles
According to bodybuilding.com/fun/damage-control.html this should be high rep training.
Aug
30
comment Regaining lost strength and muscles
If I still have a lot of nucli, it should mean I don't need to train to get more of them (And it might be more difficult than for a young person anyway). I am not sure of the implications, but I think it should be less like body building (Less breaking down the body with negative reps for example)
Jul
18
comment Regaining lost strength and muscles
Not at all, it is quite strange to read it that way, I am asking if I should train different (or if different training can be effective). Also the answer on the other question is in fact contained in my question (Nucli retained)
Jun
9
comment Front/Back imbalances
It is not "theoretical". I have a lot of imbalances (like very stiff one one side of the body) - but I don't know if and how I have strength imbalances
Jun
5
comment Front/Back imbalances
Reg "superset" - what would be interesting is if you could have matching goals on the 2 sides - like if you can do 8 pullups you should be able to do 17 pushups. IS this possible?
Jun
3
comment Front/Back imbalances
" whether you are looking for a program to correct an imbalance or prevent one?" - - - - - I want that what I do contribute to a more balanced body, like I think the Convict Conditioning Program I am following.
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"