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Apr
29
comment Does boxing interfere with gaining muscle?
Have you tried to search this site? See fitness.stackexchange.com/search?q=weight+gain
Apr
28
comment Losing weight rapidly
Perhaps you can add some links/references to the studies? Google scholar is great.
Apr
28
comment Should I reboot Starting Strength program, to get better results?
Perhaps you can add some detail on your overall goals, e.g. if this is for the purpose of general well-being, there shouldn't be any time pressure. On the other hand, if you have a specific goal in time, it is a different matter.
Apr
27
comment Losing weight rapidly
See this question fitness.stackexchange.com/a/7127/3778 for the BMI of world class female swimmers. If you put together a similar table for the best triathletes, I will put it in a similar diagram as an answer.
Apr
16
comment Is 5 to 6 times workout per Week too much for the muscles to recover?
It sounds like the planned schedule will put too much stress on your body, there is no time for recovery. Will probably feel ok for 2-3 weeks but then the probability for overtraining or injuries will increase. Perhaps this QA can help you, see fitness.stackexchange.com/a/9950/3778
Apr
2
comment What muscle groups are used in olympic lifting?
All of the "posterior chain" is essential, e.g. see this question fitness.stackexchange.com/a/9604/3778
Mar
26
comment What is the minimum effective dose of running that constitutes HIIT?
Check out the questions tagged "hiit", see fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/hiit A popular for of "time minimalistic" hiit is tabata
Mar
26
comment What is the best way to improve speed with the Total Immersion stroke?
Perhaps this question can help you, fitness.stackexchange.com/q/7944/3778
Mar
25
comment Program to gain both muscle and endurance
Maybe your goals are a bit conflicting. Increasing your BMI from 20 to 23 is challenging. For example, if your height is 180 cm, the a BMI of 20 means that your current weight is about 65 kg. In order to increase the BMI, your new weight will have to be about 75 kg. Gaining that much in muscle while training/competing in endurance sports sounds difficult.
Mar
25
comment Is there a benefit to weightlifting without pushing yourself?
Perhaps this answer to another question would help? fitness.stackexchange.com/a/10210/3778
Mar
6
comment Body angle during freestyle
Perhaps you can film your swimming, add it to coachseye.com and post the link here. The app is about 5 USD
Feb
17
comment Creating a swimming workout schedule
Have you checked out sites like www.swimplan.com?
Feb
13
comment Making a training plan for medieval swordsmen / reenactment
You should mix technical traning with low intensity with applied (i.e. doing the fights) conditioning and strength. Do you really have the time to do starting strength 2-3 times per week? I am not so sure that raw strength from lifting weights directly translates to an efficient strike in a messy situation
Feb
5
comment Ways to motivate employers for exercise time?
Perhaps you can explain the term CAD
Feb
5
comment Ways to motivate employers for exercise time?
This is a highly relevant problem for organizations. And motivation for teams/groups to do physical exercise has an interesting angle.
Jan
30
comment Going to compete 5km outdoor breaststroke
@Ruben, can you add some more info on the race (sea, stream, ..), your background in swimming and your current status (speed etc). Maybe the key will be the transition from "couch potato" to "steady state training", adding too much training too fast isn't usually a good thing.
Jan
23
comment How do legs change in response to running?
a bit short and only based on personal experience. An improvement would be to add some references.
Jan
14
comment What precautions to take when running in wintertime?
@Informaficker, good point! I will clarify that part.
Jan
4
comment Can both Yoga and Bodybuilding be done on same day?
perhaps you can add some context to your answer, it us a bit short now.
Jan
2
comment Workout plan for a lazy person
@Informaticker, good point, added this.