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Jul
14
comment Any trick to make going to the gym less intimidating?
I can relate. I just turned 15, but had a gym membership since I was 13. The weights and machines(and the people using them) were so intimidating that I didn't get off the treadmill for the first month.
Apr
23
comment Working out while slightly ill
+1 Nice answer IMHO.
Apr
1
comment Home Calve Exercises
Naw, I've got a regular schedule, I just needed some work outs for when I can't get to the gym.
Mar
30
comment What causes side stitches?
Interesting question. I only get 'em on the right also.
Mar
26
comment Push-up Variations
Thanks, that's a great article. As far as the biceps, I was afraid of that, but I just wanted to make sure there wasn't some strange bicep push-up I'd never heard of before.
Mar
22
comment Muscle building exercises without looking like the Hulk, think toned and defined
@Evan, I've been looking at the USMC physical fitness requirements, and I would want to bulk up as much as possible as well as build up cardiovascular strength for simply the ability of moving as much weight as possible. But, that's just me. Have a happy workout.
Mar
21
comment My hip goes out of place within a matter of days after the Chiroproactor pops it back into place, is there any way I can pop it back myself?
+1 for caution.
Mar
21
comment Muscle building exercises without looking like the Hulk, think toned and defined
Um, why would you not want to look like the hulk?
Mar
21
comment Doing it right: sit-ups
+1 Same as Uw Concept
Mar
17
comment Is it healthy to exercise a muscle when it's still sore?
@YevgeniyBrikman Okay, thanks. I reckon I fall into "most Lifters" more or less.
Mar
16
comment Is it healthy to exercise a muscle when it's still sore?
Ok, thanks. What I've been doing is upper body one day, then lower body the next, then upper body, so on and so on. do you think that's okay?
Mar
15
comment Is it healthy to exercise a muscle when it's still sore?
So, how can I tell when recovery ends and supercompensation begins?