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Mar
26
comment Am I in “starvation mode”?
Start here: earlytorise.com/healthy/debunking-the-low-fat-myth healthnewsreport.blogspot.com/2012/01/… abcnews.go.com/Health/Diet/story?id=123869#.T3BcMGGPWgI
Mar
21
answered Should I consume BCAA pills to stay alert or not?
Mar
20
answered Am I in “starvation mode”?
Mar
19
answered Is something with 100 calories but 24g of sugar okay to eat when on a diet?
Mar
15
answered Is there any benefit to doing supersets over taking the traditional one-exercise-at-a-time approach
Mar
15
comment Is there any benefit to doing supersets over taking the traditional one-exercise-at-a-time approach
Additionally, a Barbell Complex is a more involved kind of superset that is great for conditioning: 70sbig.com/blog/2011/09/barbell-complexes-2
Mar
15
comment Is there any benefit to doing supersets over taking the traditional one-exercise-at-a-time approach
I might add that it is not an either/or proposition. You can focus on your main lift, and then superset your assistance exercises.
Mar
14
answered Bowflex and similar systems versus free weights
Mar
13
awarded  weight-loss
Mar
12
comment Optimum heart rate for fat loss
My point, lost in the translation, is that exercise is specific. If you want to train for a marathon, train for a marathon. If you want to lose weight, use HIIT.
Mar
12
comment Optimum heart rate for fat loss
This article has a few studies to look at. canute1.wordpress.com/2010/05/30/… Key point: "For the long distance runner, even more crucial is the need to develop resistance against fatigue."
Mar
12
comment When I workout, do my guts grow, too?
Forgive my ignorance, but even if it did cause your intestines to grow, what perceived benefit/risk is that? 9 times out of 10, when your weight increases it is either due to muscle mass or fat mass. These are the two most dynamically changing systems in your body.
Mar
12
comment Optimum heart rate for fat loss
Yes, but there are still trade-offs. The type of endurance required for a marathon is quite different than the type of endurance offered by HIIT.
Mar
12
answered Optimum heart rate for fat loss
Mar
8
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
8
answered What exercise routine can I do at home to get a sixpack?
Mar
7
answered Workout Intensity vs. duration
Mar
7
answered Will calcium supplements affect my strength gain?
Mar
6
answered How often can I perform high intensity interval training per day?
Mar
6
answered What alternatives should a novice use when they're not flexible enough to do regular deadlifts?