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Jan
12
answered How to use psoas in flutter kicks?
Jan
10
comment Typical screw and screw anchor for sling trainer?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about how to mount equipment, not its use in an exercise program.
Jan
9
comment Are there any advantages of being an ectomorph?
Bro - welcome to the site. I encourage you to take the tour and read the recommendations on how questions and answers should be formed, as this is different than a discussion site.
Jan
8
comment Effective cardio regimen for someone Ehlers-Danlos (hypermobility & arthritis) + bad IT band problems
@Logos - I can understand that frustration, but you need a trained professional that can see you, not a bunch of monkeys on the internet throwing spaghetti at the wall. As Aleksander notes, there is a real possibility that someone would give well meaning advice that would leave you worse off than you are now.
Jan
6
revised How does Push Ups cause one side of my chest to be bigger?
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Jan
6
comment penis erection problems is this due to smoking
Sure, smoking "can be" the cause. So can stress, poor nutrition, injury, disease, any number of causes.
Jan
5
comment What are the most effective ab exercises in terms of muscle activation?
@Noumenon - Thanks for the link! :)
Jan
5
comment What are the most effective ab exercises in terms of muscle activation?
@Moses - More misinterpretation than misinformation. The obliques are part of the abdomen, but not really part of the abdominals, if that makes any sense. Abdominals (in the usual sense) is more just the rectus abdominus. Most people hear upper abs, lower abs, etc., and assume they are separate muscles.
Jan
5
comment What are the most effective ab exercises in terms of muscle activation?
Being able to activate a "section" of the abs (Upper, middle, lower) is a myth. It's one sheet of muscle. The obliques are not really ab muscles per se, but they are part of the muscle groups that make up the torso muscles (Also commonly called core muscles).
Jan
5
answered Support for ankle inversion trauma during swimming
Jan
5
comment Support for ankle inversion trauma during swimming
martialarts.stackexchange.com/questions/1234/… : That's an example of what I mean.
Jan
5
comment Support for ankle inversion trauma during swimming
It's borderline off topic, but I think if you clarify "tight bind", and what type of injury you originally had (Ankle inversion, eversion, etc.) then you could get some suggestions along the lines of what you are looking for.
Jan
5
comment Felt dizziness half an hour after running for 7 minutes
@JohnDoe - No, I'm saying it should not have been an answer at all. SE sites are not "ask questions and come up with a dx", nor are they "take your best guess and hope". Yes, it "could be" low blood sugar. It "could be" dehydration. It "could be" hundreds of things from minor to potentially life threatening.
Jan
5
comment taking creatine in line with take a diureic
This would be a great answer if you added why creatine works. It doesn't directly add muscle mass, but it enables harder and longer workouts by providing extra fuel, which in turn enables muscle gains, and longer exercise sessions.
Jan
5
comment Felt dizziness half an hour after running for 7 minutes
Maybe this, maybe that. Guesses don't make good answers. And while possibly reassuring, doubts don't make good diagnoses.
Jan
5
comment Support for ankle inversion trauma during swimming
Unfortunately, you probably can't. The ankle and foot are one of the prime movers of the kick, and they require some motion. You can get an elastic to bind your ankles together so you are only doing pull exercises, but even that won't guarantee no movement. You also can't push off walls that way.
Jan
5
comment remove belly fat but am already slim only belly fat
Spot reduction is a myth. And your question has been asked before.
Jan
2
comment Is it necessary to stretch arms after jogging?
What does the amount of muscle use have to do with the need for stretching? One could argue, that since you carry your arms in an artificially biceps shortened pose for a long time (Endurance running), that you need the biceps stretching more, not less.
Jan
2
comment What are the effects of long-term, mass-consumption of sugared, carbonated drinks and what can be done to stop?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Jan
2
comment What are the effects of long-term, mass-consumption of sugared, carbonated drinks and what can be done to stop?
Better phrasing? :)