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Dec
9
revised Going to gym every day when I have very low physical activity
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Dec
9
answered Going to gym every day when I have very low physical activity
Dec
8
revised Why does my max heart rate not go above 140 bpm?
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Dec
8
answered Why does my max heart rate not go above 140 bpm?
Dec
8
comment Cardio at training days or not?
What are your goals?
Nov
20
comment Why does Dmitry Klokov stagger his feet?
@NunaBizz I'm interested in hearing this. If you have a moment, can you give a timestamp where he explains this in the video?
Nov
20
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
17
comment How to breathe in lifts requiring tight core (squats, deadlifts)
Use of the valsalva maneuver is not recommended by the medical community for a number of reasons (no association to increased force production, increased risk of cerebral hemorrhage, increased blood pressure, negative effects on cardiovasular system -- sources, respectively: 1, 2, 3, 4). This study found forced breathing is a much better recommendation: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19050647.
Oct
12
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
27
accepted Music “slows down” during heavy lift?
Sep
9
comment What type of push ups benefit muscle up?
You could try "corner dips" too: i.ytimg.com/vi/y4mCllu5Qps/hqdefault.jpg
Sep
9
comment How do I know if I'm fit for triathlon?
There is an enormous difference between running 2.5 miles and 30 miles.
Aug
11
comment Lack of confidence starting new routines at gym
Good answer Alexandre. I think you've made some good points, especially with the bb.com/exercises link: great resource. I'd agree with Aizul and you that progression definitely is key. Bench and squat though, I think are movements it would do every beginner a lot of benefit to learn first, so long as they take the time to learn about them thoroughly. Hope to see more of your answers soon!
Aug
11
revised Lack of confidence starting new routines at gym
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Aug
11
answered Lack of confidence starting new routines at gym
Aug
11
reviewed Approve Muscular guy built up calves of steel by carrying buckets of water up and down stairs at state prison?
Aug
11
comment Will eating lots of eggs and peanut butter, and drinking a lot of milk help bulk you?
Nice! I've deleted my comment. Great answer!
Aug
11
comment Will eating lots of eggs and peanut butter, and drinking a lot of milk help bulk you?
5 eggs a day is only like 350 calories. As Aizul says, figure out your daily caloric needs and make sure your protein intake is high enough to support hypertrophy. Also, +1 because I think this is a fair question, but I think others might like to know more about the rest of your diet/exercise, otherwise this is much too broad of a question.
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Aug
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