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Mar
23
comment How to compensate for a brownie sundae?
I looked into it, you're right, I was making an unfounded assumption. This study found that children's emotional eating was not significantly linked to their mothers using food as a reward: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20534744
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comment strengthing and improving flexibility in heels
@Jared: To start, try extending your arms forward to counter balance. It's a bit of a crutch, but it will help train your leg muscles to contract in the right combination. I've also added a few more tips to my answer. You're probably right about the deadlifts--deadlifts and squats both use the low back, glutes, and hamstrings, so avoid doing them on consecutive days :) You want to give muscles 48 hours rest after training them.
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comment strengthing and improving flexibility in heels
@Rhea: I absolutely agree, I made an implicit assumption there. I have edited my answer to clarify.
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comment How to compensate for a brownie sundae?
Thank you for the detailed response. Any suggestions for keeping vitamins, minerals, and fiber adequate while cutting calories?
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23
comment How to compensate for a brownie sundae?
I worry that using food as a reward like this could promote emotional eating, which can undermine weight maintenance.
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