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Jan
21
reviewed Close Thighs and calfs never sore after the workout
Jan
21
comment Is consuming maltodextrin a good idea for replenishing energy between games?
related, possible duplicate: fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/290/refuelling-during-a-run/…
Jan
20
reviewed Delete arm muscle size not increasing
Jan
20
comment arm muscle size not increasing
Please avoid using text speak when answering.
Jan
18
comment Stop training while fasting for keto?
Why do you want to try a ketogenic diet? What benefit do you think you will gain from it?
Jan
18
comment Recovery lifestyle such as training scheduling and dieting for gluten-intolerant endurance runner?
Hrm. Not sure where you got the other 7 questions, but I wouldn't include them as it for sure makes the question way too broad. Not sure that even the basic question isn't too broad, but it stands a much better chance of getting answered. Also, can you specify what you mean by recovery? Normal workout recovery, or recovery from an episode of some sort?
Jan
18
answered Is there a combined Fitness/RPG site?
Jan
14
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Jan
13
reviewed Close Can one get ripped by just playing a/some sport(s)?
Jan
13
reviewed Close how to use supplement nutrition?
Jan
12
comment How to keep your feet from heating up during your run
What do you mean by "heating up"? Does your entire foot get warm? Lots of foot sweat? Or are just the soles of your feet getting hot?
Jan
12
comment Can one get ripped by just playing a/some sport(s)?
I would somewhat argue the opposite, but as you say, it depends on your definition of ripped. Bruce Lee was not massively muscular, but I would define him as ripped. Many modern athletes (including marathoners) I would consider ripped as well, just not hugely muscular at the same time.
Jan
11
comment Why do carbs make you lose focus during your workout?
@Alec - Yes, everyone shares certain elements, and there are some people that will react the same way. But, there is nothing that we know of that says why, or how to identify which person you might be, which makes any answer guesswork.
Jan
11
comment How did I lose weight now?
Unless you give details about your previous workout and diet, and current workout and diet, it's all just guesswork as evidenced by the two answers already. VTC as opinion based.
Jan
11
reviewed Looks OK Are night sweats common after long workouts?
Jan
11
reviewed Close Back pain and stiffness if not working out regularly
Jan
11
reviewed Leave Closed Complete and minimal flexibility workout?
Jan
11
comment How can I do a recomp?
@NeriaNachum - Instead of commenting, you should make that an answer. Answering in comments is not what the system is designed for.
Jan
11
comment Pain in knees, quadriceps, ankle on jogging
Do you have actual running shoes, how often do you get new running shoes, and do you use them for anything else but running?
Jan
11
comment Why do carbs make you lose focus during your workout?
@Alec - Yes, the question is directly related to a workout, but it's basically personal opinion. Each person will react to carbs and/or steroids in different ways.