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Oct
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comment Best way to work out abdominal muscles without hurting spine
@mchlfchr Correct. The quote doesn't say all isometric exercises. (Or, did you mean my last comment? Sure, if you do the plank incorrectly, you can hurt yourself. That's a good point.)
Oct
1
comment How come some people get muscle soreness so much easier than others?
@LegoStormtroopr But don't we act based on what the current version is? The single answer is based on the current version, for example.
Oct
1
comment How come some people get muscle soreness so much easier than others?
@LegoStormtroopr Are you seeing the same question I'm seeing? The question is about muscle soreness.
Oct
1
comment What happens if I substitute different exercises for my warm-up sets?
Do you think the lack of focus on hamstrings during LegoStormTrooper's modified warm-up could lead to hamstring pulls? I have found that those are the first thing to get tweaked if I haven't warmed up properly.
Sep
30
comment How to combine running and squating within the week so that stress on the knees is reduced?
This video (from about 2:14 onwards gives some examples of hip mobility work). Here's another good set. Again, not sure if this is what you need, but a lot of people do. Worst case, it'll just waste your time.
Sep
30
comment Best way to work out abdominal muscles without hurting spine
Plank is an example of an isometric abdominal exercise that is designed for ab muscles and will not hurt your spine.
Sep
29
comment How to combine running and squating within the week so that stress on the knees is reduced?
Well, it's not zero stress even for perfect squats, so you're not wrong to ask this question. Slight deviations from your ideal shouldn't be causing discomfort, though. Consider adding some hip and IT band mobility work to help get past any discomfort you have (I'm basing that suggestion solely on what's most common, not anything specific about you).
Sep
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answered How to combine running and squating within the week so that stress on the knees is reduced?
Sep
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answered Best way to work out abdominal muscles without hurting spine
Sep
28
answered Are pullups still a good way to build muscle before you're able to do many of them?
Sep
28
comment Are pullups still a good way to build muscle before you're able to do many of them?
How are you doing your pull-up program? Do you just do 3 full pull-ups and then wait until next workout before trying again? Or do you do several sets?
Sep
28
comment What happens if I substitute different exercises for my warm-up sets?
You say you feel like you need something that is at least a little challenging. Don't the last few warm-up sets become at least a little challenging? They're supposed to be fairly heavy doubles, or singles. They don't tire me out, but they're challenging enough to require mental focus and attention to proper form.
Sep
28
comment What happens if I substitute different exercises for my warm-up sets?
What is the purpose of your warm-up sets?
Sep
25
comment Calories needed to gain weight?
Is your weight still going up?
Sep
19
answered What are reasonable numbers of lean muscle mass growth?
Sep
19
answered Are maximalist shoes like Hoka good for running?
Sep
17
comment What are reasonable numbers of lean muscle mass growth?
@Mateusz If your intent is to make realistic goals, one thing you could do is focus on process goals rather than outcome goals. Make a goal of "going to all of your scheduled gym sessions", "get X hours of sleep every night", "meeting your calorie targets", etc.
Sep
17
comment What are reasonable numbers of lean muscle mass growth?
@JohnP Do you mean vulgarity? Because vernacular seems appropriate.