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Im a student at Poznan University of Technology. Currently im a part of the payment card technology team in one of the leading Polish banks. I have an ISTQB foundation level certificate.

Besides work and IT, Im interested in digital painting, music, indoor rockclimbing, boardgames and role playing games


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comment Scientific base for the construction of the army and special forces physical training plans
I see. In that case, I will try to emulate regular PT, while for the really hard, full exhaustion, little to no sleep training, Ill try to take a course with proper instruction and supervision. In Poland there is a civilian event called Selection (Selekcja) which tries to make a taste of special foces boot camp available to anyone tough enough to try it. Thanks for your valueable answers!
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comment Scientific base for the construction of the army and special forces physical training plans
So the conclusion is - army training programs focus on mental and physical resilience, boosting muscular endurance, allowing for intense activity over extended periods of time? I believe those are great goals! Since my career path does not allow me to take even the shortened military training in my country, Ill probably try some civilian para-military camps on my vacation and Ill try to train on my own. Could you please provide some hints on how (if possible) should I try to train "the army way" on my own?
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comment Scientific base for the construction of the army and special forces physical training plans
Great answer! Will probably accept it soon!
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comment Scientific base for the construction of the army and special forces physical training plans
The scientific basis is assumed by me - do we realy think the army trains its soldiers mindlessly and without research? Anyhow, if we cant get our hands on Army reseach results, Im asking for our SE experts for a scientific analisys of the trainign plan. As for working well - the USA has well trained and very fit soldiers. They are trained this way. Obviously, it must work.
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asked Scientific base for the construction of the army and special forces physical training plans
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reviewed Reviewed Yoga and Strength training
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comment Yoga and Strength training
We would need to know what are you trying to achieve by training, how often do you do strength and yoga training and what exercises (sets, reps, weights and rest times) are you doing. Please include that info in your question to get a high quality answer. As a fast note, proper addition of yoga can be beneficial.
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reviewed Close injured rib and pain killers
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reviewed Close Oats a negative aspect for skinny people?
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comment Oats a negative aspect for skinny people?
Please see the questions on gaining weight on the site. There's plenty of great info on the topic here.
Jun
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comment How much muscle gain can be expected within 1 month of training on average (m/w)
@JohnP If youre pointing out that introducing such a formula or equation for muscle mass is impossible (and you may be right on that!) then that is, in my opinion, a perfectly valid answer to this question. Write it down, put it into some nice words and here we go! We helped someone and all the others to come. You can explain why introducing such a formula is impossible and have there been any studies made on the topic.That would be a high-quality answer unlike those "ive gained 5kg/month" you mentioned. I think this kinda proves the question is valid and should not be closed
Jun
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comment Is shakeology worth the price
Its very good you want to be helpful and we apreciate it! Still, wanting and actually being are not always the same thing. A "buy X, it works for me" answer is not very helpful. Remember, that the answer is supposed to be helpful not only to the original asker, but also for everybody else who later visits the question. At that time, the product you recommended may already be gone from the market! In my opinion, your current answer is better than the earlier. I think you just need to get to know the stack exchange a bit and how it works. You could read the site authors blogs - theyre great!
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reviewed Leave Open Does the body process food and supplements the same way?
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reviewed Leave Open How much muscle gain can be expected within 1 month of training on average (m/w)
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comment How much muscle gain can be expected within 1 month of training on average (m/w)
In my opinion this could be a fair acedemic question. Also, it could be a fast "red alert measurement" if something goes wrong with ones bodybuilding efforts. If we were able to provide a rough equation for maximal weekly/monthly muscle gain, someone gaining twice as much mass would know that he's doing something wrong and gaining fat, before he gets noticeably fatter (waist measurements etc). @JohnP such answers would just be bad kind of answers, and that does not indicate the question itself is bad. We had questions on how much fat can one lose weekly and those were valid, why this one isnt?
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reviewed Leave Open Is shakeology worth the price
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reviewed Close Quick start body building advice
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reviewed Close Will Musclecore x and Androsolve help bootstrap my fitness routine to lose weight?