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comment Question About Max Heart Rate?
Which new formula are you using? There are several different MHR equations, some with better predictions than others.
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comment What should be my next workout plan?
It's also not irrelevant what he used to do. Training effects last, and neuromuscualr traits remain. That's one reason that training comes back much faster the second time around.
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comment Why am I not growing muscularly?
I've edited your question to remove the testosterone question and re-opened it, it's still pretty vague, so expect some people to ask for more detail (Such as what you actually do for light weightlifting, and what "some cardio" means) before they answer. I would suggest you read the help section as well.
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comment Why am I not growing muscularly?
Your question as it stands is a duplicate, but if you edit it to include your diet and workout plan, and ask more along the lines of "Why is this not working" instead of focusing on T levels, it can be nominated for reopening.
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comment OTC MASS BUILDERS i.e. Nitro/ mass fuel.
This is basically inviting personal opinions of products, which unfortunately is off topic for the site. I would suggest that you read the help section to help you formulate better questions.
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answered What are the benefits to eating immediately after exercising?
Apr
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comment Testestrone & Nandrolone Injection Safet
@AliSeyfi - If it were natural, you wouldn't need needles to inject it. Most testosterone supplements are synthetic. Just because your body produces testosterone doesn't mean that adding more is natural.
Apr
29
comment Learning to swim without water or a pool
Even if you are submerging to get used to it, you should be breathing out while under water, and raising the head to breath. Being splashed while breathing is an entirely separate skill and mentality.
Apr
29
answered Is a bench press with a swiss bar easier on the shoulders than with a standard bar w/ overhand grip?
Apr
29
comment Learning to swim without water or a pool
The only time you should be holding your breath in swimming is during some parts of a flip turn, or in certain sprint events.
Apr
29
reviewed Close Testestrone & Nandrolone Injection Safet
Apr
29
reviewed Close Ballerina's straight back
Apr
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reviewed Leave Open treadmills vs walking
Apr
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comment Breathing and Leg Fatigue while running
The only way I can think of to lower my COG while running is to squat while running. And unless the OP is completely scrunched in the torso, it's not going to affect his breathing/fatigue, especially when only going uphill.
Apr
28
comment Breathing and Leg Fatigue while running
@CJCornell - Your VO2 tests, did they include incline protocols on the treadmill? And have you had treadmill stress tests that included inclines? (By that I mean a full cardiology type TSS). There is something going on, just because you haven't found it yet, doesn't mean it isn't there to be found.
Apr
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comment Learning to swim without water or a pool
Simple answer: You don't. To actually swim, it takes time and effort in an actual pool. You can learn to mimic the motions, but that's about it. However, at a waterpark, its very likely that there are few places where you would have to actually swim.
Apr
27
comment Do I have to feel worn out to be losing weight?
I would echo the comments. The most swing I've had in a single day was 11 lbs, and that was on a 120 degree day when I had a mountain bike race. I drank close to 150 oz of water/electrolytes (almost 10 lbs) and still lost 11 lbs to sweat and glycogen depletion. This was over about 4 hours.
Apr
27
comment Olympic Squat Mobility
@progressive_overload - Do this - Sit on a bench that is tall enough your feet don't touch the floor (Think like a massage table or doctors exam table, etc). Scoot back until the backs of your knees are at the edge of the bench, and let your feet hang free. Note which way your toes point, and mimic that in your squat position. For example, my left foot points towards 11 on a clock rather than straight ahead, and my right somewhere around 2. I do best when squatting/leg press in that position.
Apr
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reviewed Approve Olympic Squat Mobility