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May
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asked Troubleshooting “Body By Science” workout
Apr
28
reviewed Approve crossfit tag wiki excerpt
Apr
28
comment Impact of Marijuana on training
I think this is a fair question; it's useful to examine our assumptions about what is and isn't healthy. Red wine, for example, has only recently moved into the healthy category...
Apr
27
comment 800-Calorie Diet
Nice answer. The biggest concern with low-calorie diets like this is that it might "slow" the metabolism so that its difficult to reintroduce carbs or more calories in general. I'd be interested in hearing how phase 3 and 4 have gone for you and what phase 4 looks like in terms of calories, carbs, etc.
Apr
24
answered What is the effective weight when doing push-ups?
Apr
22
comment 800-Calorie Diet
Agree with @Ivo - I'm not sure that a starvation diet like this can be beneficial for any purpose. It's not going to help you lose/keep off weight - your body is going to fight that deficit with vigor and rob muscle, organ, and bone tissues to try to make up for the deficit, while hoarding fat.
Apr
17
answered Fat burning supplements and their efficacy
Apr
14
comment Starting to lift weights - True commitment or start as I can?
What's the most popular day to start a new fitness plan? Tomorrow. :-)
Apr
14
answered Starting to lift weights - True commitment or start as I can?
Apr
12
revised How to lose weight and be able to do mental work?
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Apr
12
comment Developing slow transition in muscle-up
I think proper technique is usually critical for the long run. I would focus on an even "pop", even if it means you can do fewer of them for now. Once you have the technique down, strength will come through repetition.
Apr
12
answered Developing slow transition in muscle-up
Apr
10
answered What plants provide which essential amino-acids?
Apr
10
comment How often can a person work on their Abs?
Excellent viewpoint, and what I actually do myself. However, if squats are the daddy of all exercises, then deadlifts are the grand-daddy. :-)
Apr
10
answered How do I naturally boost my Testosterone levels?
Apr
10
revised Tracking What We Eat?
I assume you meant complex carbs instead of simple... rollback if I erred.
Apr
10
answered Tracking What We Eat?
Apr
9
answered How often can a person work on their Abs?
Apr
9
comment Tricks to lose weight in 48 hours
Yes, in this time frame (and using scale weight as the measure) all you can do is get rid of water/glycogen, which means convincing your body to get rid of the excess water it has and staying away from carbs so that you don't accumulate more.
Apr
7
comment How to sculpt masculine VS feminine chest?
I have a feeling this has everything to do with genetics (and perhaps steroids) and very little to do with a specific workout.