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comment Under What Conditions Will Muscles End Up Weaker After Work Out?
@RobSterach - Simply because a user is low rep, doesn't mean that they are ignorant. He may be incorrect here, but that isn't because he "only has 1 rep".
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reviewed Approve Under What Conditions Will Muscles End Up Weaker After Work Out?
Aug
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comment How can I change my diet and exercise routine to look like Daniel Craig?
Since the Admin page for the site you link twice lists you as a contact, I have flagged your post for spam, as there is no affiliation posted.
Aug
25
comment How much weight lifting will require me to eat protein supplements?
You don't store protein. At all. You store fat. If you eat excess protein for your needs, it will be either excreted or stored as fat. And eating a ton of protein won't "push your body" towards muscle.
Aug
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reviewed Leave Open What is meant by the assertion that high repetitions of pushups do not build strength?
Aug
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reviewed Close Push/Pull/Squat vs Brosplit
Aug
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comment Calf cramps after swimming - pain persisting 2 days later
I would have it evaluated. Especially if you have a "baseball" lump, it's possible that you have a persistent cramp that has knotted up the muscle (Google calf heart attack), a possible muscle tear from the cramp, any number of things from very minor to serious. Get someone who knows what they are doing to take a look and diagnose.
Aug
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comment Lose weight: run small everyday or long once in a week?
@Rodolphe - Fat loss is more a function of diet and calorie restriction than how much cardio you add, unless all else stays the same. But, I will say that if you run at a pace for an hour once a week that burns 5 calories a minute, or if you run 4 x week for 20 mins at a pace that burns 7 calories a minute, which is better? :) There are a ton of variables to play with. I still vote with the 4-5x per week strategy.
Aug
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comment Lose weight: run small everyday or long once in a week?
Just because you can't see it doesn't mean it doesn't exist - This makes for poor answers. The rest of your answer is fine, but if you make the statement, then you should support it with a goal. That way the original asker has enough information to make a good decision.
Aug
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comment Should I do additional cardio?
Higher muscle ratios will help lose weight, as muscle burns more energy than fat. Cardio != burning fat as an absolute rule.
Aug
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comment Lose weight: run small everyday or long once in a week?
It makes for an ambiguous answer. "just cause I can't think of one" is sloppy thinking. If you state that it depends on the goal, you should be prepared to at least present one goal that supports running one hour once a week, not just rely on some vague "Well, I'm sure there's something out there".
Aug
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comment Lose weight: run small everyday or long once in a week?
So, if you can't think of one, then how can it depend on the goal?
Aug
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comment Lose weight: run small everyday or long once in a week?
What goal would be best achieved by running for an hour once a week?
Aug
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answered Lose weight: run small everyday or long once in a week?
Aug
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revised Lose weight: run small everyday or long once in a week?
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Aug
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comment Suggestions for strength workouts DVDs
To prevent your question from being flagged and possibly removed, avoid asking subjective questions where … every answer is equally valid: “What’s your favorite ______?”
Aug
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comment I am sweating while lifting?
-1. You don't sweat more because you burn more. Otherwise all we would need to do to lose weight would be sit in a sauna. Sweating is solely related to needing to cool the body.
Aug
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comment My legs are more sore than they've ever been?
How long have you been "off" leg exercises? Did you retest your max when you came back?
Aug
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reviewed Close Should I do additional cardio?
Aug
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comment How significant is the difference between running on a sidewalk vs a paved road?
@AdamHeeg - See the added details, I moved them from comments to the answer.