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answered Best home gym to replace going to the gym
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comment Proper Burpee Form
For toe positioning, I'm guessing a lot of the discussions on this with regards to squats would help understand advantages/disadvantages to each position (i.e. what muscles are being worked; what are the effects on joints; which are easier/harder, etc.). For tight hips, consider a daily regiment of working with hurdles (go under back and forth, lift legs over a bunch, etc.). Also static glute stretches should help
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revised How can I measure my fitness at home without any instruments?
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answered How can I measure my fitness at home without any instruments?
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comment Any suggestions on dealing with a longer-term shoulder injury?
@Nick - I never got around to the physical therapy, but the shoulder is progressively getting better. This may be due to me not exercising too much, and continued light stretching randomly through the day. Also, when I do something like push-ups, I am putting my knees down to help take the weight off my shoulder. This allows me a full range of motion with just a bit of strain on shoulder towards end of set. Overall, better, but not 100% yet. Good luck with yours! The PT can't hurt, but probalby more than anything, Time/rest will be the biggest help
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accepted Any suggestions on dealing with a longer-term shoulder injury?
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comment Do I need to take creatine and L-glutamine on rest days to maintain a load?
Are those numbers per day? i.e. if taking twice a day, split those amounts? Any optimal amount of glutamine recommended? Also, any additional benefit from not taking the two together (i.e. as Greg suggests in his question)?
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asked Any suggestions on dealing with a longer-term shoulder injury?