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May
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comment If I am at risk for health condition caused by overweight/obesity, what's the fastest way to cure myself (reduce weight/fat/etc)?
If you are truly at significantly great risk of health problems, you need to speak to your doctor about getting a fitness and nutrition plan. Otherwise, there are lots of great answers to this question already on this site, including the one linked above.
May
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reviewed Leave Open Water dripping from nose after swimming
May
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reviewed Leave Open Tight calves and tingling toes when running
May
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reviewed Reviewed Why do compound exercises build more mass than isolation exercises?
May
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comment Why do compound exercises build more mass than isolation exercises?
I'm don't think this really answers the question either - "Scientifically, why do they say to do compound exercises to get massive, rather than isolation exercises?"
May
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reviewed Looks OK How do I check my own form doing weight lifting?
May
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awarded  Custodian
May
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reviewed Looks OK Calories Burnt whilst excercising
May
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awarded  Custodian
May
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reviewed Reviewed How to train for marathon if I haven't been running, but walking a lot?
May
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comment How to train for marathon if I haven't been running, but walking a lot?
When I used to run to catch a bus, it meant I was late for school. Not a good way to start the day for this formerly fat kid. :)
May
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revised Need help for workout, supplement and nutrition
Fixing grammatical issues
May
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comment Protein: How much is too much?
@LarissaGodzilla - I will concede to changing my statement to "you COULD do damage to your kidneys." I had some sources for my previous statement, but cannot find them now. The most I can find at this point is that if you are already at risk for kidney problems, a high-protein diet could increase that risk according to a 2003 WebMD article.
Apr
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comment Protein: How much is too much?
@LarissaGodzilla - "The average woman should get about 46 grams of protein a day and men should get about 56 grams of protein daily. Active people need more protein than sedentary people, so if you engage in moderate to vigorous exercise on a regular basis, talk to your doctor to see if you should increase your protein intake." - Healthy Eating @ SFGate.
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Feb
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reviewed Edit Planning My Workout
Feb
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revised Planning My Workout
Grammar and typo - made more understandable without changing context.
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Famous Question