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Jun
11
answered How to keep flexibility with weight training?
Jun
11
revised How to exercise for kyphosis?
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Jun
11
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.
Jun
11
revised Should I rest completely or just tone it down?
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Jun
11
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.
Jun
11
answered Should I rest completely or just tone it down?
Jun
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Jun
10
answered How to exercise for kyphosis?
Jun
10
answered Will this be 'Overtraining'?
Jun
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answered Is this overtraining?
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Mar
20
comment gym 3 times a week no muscle gain
Get some skin fold calipers man. Your weight may be staying the same, but I promise your body fat percentage will be changing (if you're actually doing what you say you're doing).
Mar
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asked Music “slows down” during heavy lift?
Feb
15
comment Should I really lock my elbows and knees when lifting?
Olympic lifters lock their arms with substantially more compression force than would be possible with a bench press. Here's an example of 533 lbs.
Feb
12
comment Why does Dmitry Klokov stagger his feet?
Very interesting! Great article. It's amazing that these guys are performing at such a level that this is expressed in the movement, and in such a way that they do it better than what should be considered the "right" way.
Feb
12
accepted Why does Dmitry Klokov stagger his feet?
Jan
25
answered Is it right that working out before 18-20 may stop growth