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answered Will push ups, pull ups, sit ups and interval training get me ripped?
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Apr
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answered Should I “feel the burn” during a workout?
Apr
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answered Mixed versus overhand grip on deadlifts?
Apr
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comment Is my current strength building workout good to start off with?
I'm not talking about big muscles. I'm talking about strength. You should look into body weight exercises, goblet squats, dumbbell presses, etc.
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comment Is my current strength building workout good to start off with?
I read that as "Don't waste time doing arms. Compound exercises...". @Victor Parmar, you may want to edit your answer to make the TIP less ambiguous.
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answered Is my current strength building workout good to start off with?
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answered Can the proteins in Whey protein contribute to nasal allergies?
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answered Are squats with dumbbells as effective as squats with barbells?
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answered Does a calorie deficit affect how my body fights a cold?
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answered how to choose a gym membership for weight loss?
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answered How do I get non-sports people to get exercise or do an activity?
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comment Does the amount of breathing (holding breath/breathing fast) affect the calories burned during a workout (not heavylifting)?
This is one of the major differences between sprinting and marathoning.
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answered Failure to do 16 pushups
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comment Combining weight-lifting (starting strength) with rockclimbing?
Yes. Ramp up the deadlifts, and keep it up for as long as you are doing Starting Strength. Just pay attention to your back position, and don't forget to brace before pulling.
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comment Does the amount of breathing (holding breath/breathing fast) affect the calories burned during a workout (not heavylifting)?
Nope. It has nothing to do with the amount of oxygen in your blood (which is affected by breathing). It has everything to do with the metabolic processes to meet the demands you are placing on your body. Heavy exertion means metabolism without oxygen--even if your blood-oxygen levels are saturated.