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comment How can I improve my training program to become leaner and increase strength?
@SamStreet - you program is 'intense' and will provide you with the results you're looking for. The only thing I would add is to track EVERYTHING - what you eat, what you lift and the changes in your body (get a scale that shows weight and body fat)....nothing to change, just do it and keep at it - good luck!
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comment How can I improve my training program to become leaner and increase strength?
It seems that you have a pretty solid workout program. How long have you been following it? and what results are you seeing?
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comment How much glycogen is burned in weightlifting?
Here's the link for the 4 step approach for calculating calories burned: livestrong.com/article/…
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comment How much glycogen is burned in weightlifting?
@velumenous - here's a link to a 4 step approach to calculating calories burned, 50% - 65% of those are glycogen.
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comment Does it matter which type of exercise for health/weight loss?
@DrewV - yes, the one that you can do right now is the best...start something and modify over time.