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Apr
5
comment Cardio vs. Fat burn workout
What goal are you trying to achieve?
Apr
5
reviewed Approve How to avoid hyponatremia(drinking too much water) when hiking?
Apr
4
reviewed No Action Needed Alternatives to a normal meal after running?
Apr
4
reviewed No Action Needed Best routine to lose weight?
Apr
4
reviewed Close How to deal with multiple muscle imbalances?
Apr
4
comment As a beginner, I'm quite confused as to how much I should eat
@SeanDuggan - I got called out in the comments on this question a couple of years ago, and despite being a commonly accepted number, there really isn't anything to support it, and it rises from math being badly applied. I believed at the time that 3500 cal = 1 lb for weight loss purposes was true as well. Maybe "debunked" is too strong, but it's definitely not supported with research.
Apr
4
comment As a beginner, I'm quite confused as to how much I should eat
@SeanDuggan - The 3500 calorie = 1 lb has been mostly debunked as well, it's going to vary from person to person and stage to stage of loss. But as long as calories out > calories in, it's good.
Apr
4
answered What does road biking do to improve your running?
Mar
30
reviewed Delete Compare & contrast squat types
Mar
30
reviewed Close Farmer's walk: weights and distances
Mar
30
reviewed Leave Open Coping with a Lack of Access to Healthy Food & Lifestyle Changes
Mar
30
answered Coping with a Lack of Access to Healthy Food & Lifestyle Changes
Mar
30
comment Why do sprinters have muscular arms?
Yes, please do elaborate.
Mar
26
comment Trying to start Exercising again after almost 9 years
Related: fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/7250/… and fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/1789/… and fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/3641/…
Mar
25
answered Weight loss vs. running speed
Mar
23
revised Bulk or cut? (pics)
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Mar
23
comment Bulk or cut? (pics)
I really doubt you are only eating 1000-1300 calories per day. Perhaps you could add your actual food intake? Being at a 1000 calories a day (1700 calorie deficit) is usually something that is medically mandated and tracked, that's a pretty severe restriction. Also see this for BIA shortcomings.
Mar
23
reviewed Edit Bulk or cut? (pics)
Mar
23
revised Bulk or cut? (pics)
fixed link and made newlines show up
Mar
22
comment Boosting Testosterone with exercise?
Can you define what a "slightly low" level of T is?