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Sep
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comment Injury - But want to burn calories
20 mile run, followed by 2 hours of "hard and fast" skipping? Uh huh.
Aug
28
comment How to Increase height naturally? Are those ads gimmicks?
@VPeric - Technically, there are surgeries where you can increase your height. They cut the bone, pull it apart a short distance (less than an inch), and hold it apart with frames while the bone fills in the gap. Incredibly expensive, painful and it can take several treatments over 6 mos-year to gain 1" of height.
Aug
28
comment How to prevent injuries when running with peripheral neuropathy?
I'm with @Grohlier. Technically, yes, you can run. The danger is that if you do injure yourself you won't feel it and can cause major damage. Talk with your primary care provider.
Aug
28
comment How to Increase height naturally? Are those ads gimmicks?
I will correct you, as you are wrong. Your height is genetically determined. It can be impacted negatively by certain diseases and nutritional deficiencies, but it's not a "regional" thing. And you can't overcome your genes by proper exercise to get taller. Your eventual possible maximum height is determined at conception.
Aug
27
revised What is the effect of carb consumption on fat burning during exercise?
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Aug
27
answered What is the effect of carb consumption on fat burning during exercise?
Aug
27
comment What is the effect of carb consumption on fat burning during exercise?
Make that a separate question, that's a good training question. I don't think it's been asked on here yet.
Aug
27
comment What is the effect of carb consumption on fat burning during exercise?
That will also adapt, and you'll be able to go longer on less.
Aug
27
comment What is the effect of carb consumption on fat burning during exercise?
@couling - mmm...sort of. Energy from fat is a higher percentage at lower efforts. The higher you go on the effort scale, the more you start getting it from glycogen, both stored and circulating. Even at the extreme ends of the scale, you're still burning both in some percentage. Where it gets funky is the amount burned to sustain the exercise.
Aug
27
comment What is the effect of carb consumption on fat burning during exercise?
Just as an aside - if you are "bonking" at the 60-90 minute mark, either you have some metabolic problem, or you are exercising at near 100% intensity. You should have plenty of available glycogen stores to go longer than 60-90 minutes at submaximal effort levels. For an example, here are two examples of true bonking (Completely running out of glycogen stores, things begin to shut down): youtube.com/watch?v=Zs4lbNPiat0 and youtube.com/watch?v=LKhkvSRQZYo
Aug
25
comment Making a training plan for medieval swordsmen / reenactment
I understand that English is not your native tongue, however you could at least avoid "netspeak" such as u, ur, pls and spell the words out.
Aug
25
comment Why do we need a resting period?
Resting is not 100% necessary, especially when doing submaximal efforts. I don't have time today, but I will write up an answer in the next couple.
Aug
25
comment combining Greasing the Groove with regular strength workout
If the OP wants to emphasize strength over size, why recommend something that "helps with upper body hypertrophy"?
Aug
25
comment How to improve left hand grip strength?
fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/18001/…, fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/12334/…, fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/15357/…, fitness.stackexchange.com/search?q=grip+strength
Aug
25
comment How to improve left hand grip strength?
Work your forearm/grip strength more on your left side to make it equal to right.
Aug
25
answered Ice for recovery?
Aug
25
answered Recommendations for a good fitness course for a 30+ newbie
Aug
25
answered Calories burn rate calculation — scientific studies
Aug
24
comment How to strengthen my forearms?
Finger tip curls, and pretty much any exercise that bends your hands/wrist towards your forearm.
Aug
24
comment is running speed only a (body weight) / (leg strength) ratio?
If you want to run sub 7:30 for a marathon, it takes miles and miles. There are no shortcuts. As I've said often on here, "Run. Run lots. Mostly slow, sometimes fast." There are no shortcuts. Most runners go too fast for their slow paces, and too slow for their fast paces. Did I mention there are no shortcuts?