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NASM Certified Personal Trainer, 27+ years in the martial arts


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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How much time does it take to reduce belly fat?
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answered Best home gym to replace going to the gym
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6
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
4
comment Best information to keep in a exercise journal and how to keep it
@JohnP - thanks - I modified both title and added to the question
Mar
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revised Best information to keep in a exercise journal and how to keep it
added 42 characters in body; edited title
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4
awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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asked Best information to keep in a exercise journal and how to keep it
Feb
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answered Deadlift relatively low compared to squat. Where am I weak?
Feb
12
comment Squats with the Smith Machine
Not trying to be sarcastic...but I have strong feelings about focusing on the primary lifts :)
Feb
12
comment Squats with the Smith Machine
@DanAndrews - if 'standard' (non smith machine) squats are better for you - why not focus on them? I know we should do many different things, but shouldn't we focus on the primary lifts and use accessory lifts secondary? FredikD wanted my opinion regarding smith machines (anything to add)...and my base feeling is that the best exercise that you can do is a standard back squat...then if you have time: dead lifts, bench, overhead press, rows...and if you have energy after that - overhead squats, front squats, rack pulls...and if you have energy after that hill sprints
Feb
11
comment Squats with the Smith Machine
FredrikD - don't use a smith machine (simple answer). Here's a link to why: stronglifts.com/smith-machine-squats-power-rack-free-weights
Feb
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answered Squats with the Smith Machine
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awarded  Civic Duty
Feb
10
asked Is FitBit useful for weight lifting?
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awarded  Notable Question
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asked thick/jumbo jump ropes
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asked Gaining Muscle/Strength over age 50
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comment cant do push-ups
I would imagine that you would UNLESS you have any long term medical condition (but I would highly suspect that you just pulled or tore something and time heals those things). Never give up