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revised Friend is benching 405 through a “secret workout?”
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answered Friend is benching 405 through a “secret workout?”
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comment I am bulky although my diet is healthy(at least i think it is healthy)
@Nerdyme Sure thing. I didn't downvote you, I just figured I'd chime in.
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answered I am bulky although my diet is healthy(at least i think it is healthy)
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comment I am bulky although my diet is healthy(at least i think it is healthy)
"Grazing not gorging" is a diet myth
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comment Getting big with just push ups?
Here are two of my answers you might find useful: 1. high rep push-ups, 2. size/strength analysis. Check those out. If you can only do 8-15 push-ups, you can probably gain size, otherwise you'll probably want to find another exercise, such as the corner dip.
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revised How to effectively determine whether I am losing muscle or not
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answered How to effectively determine whether I am losing muscle or not
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answered Will training for size increase my strength?
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revised How to exercise for kyphosis?
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answered How to keep flexibility with weight training?
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comment How to exercise for kyphosis?
@Utku For me, once I got the range of motion, I never stretched again (unless I took time off). Even after taking time off, stretching really just involved going through the exercises with light weight and holding positions at end-range motion (such as bottom of the squat). I do cleans and high bar back squat at least 3-4 days a week, and these exercises are so dynamic I have no problem maintaining enough flexibility to perform them. Some days I feel very stiff (if I'm sore or had a long workout the day before), but after a warm-up set with moderate weight it completely subsides.
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comment Should I rest completely or just tone it down?
@glenohumeral13 I would say mid-foot is recommended in the contemporary running zeitgeist. Check out the foot strike on these marathon runners: youtube.com/watch?v=MFxPlUKrZPQ. The force is distributed right into the arch.
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answered Should I rest completely or just tone it down?
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