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Resistance training with barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells and other weights. Questions involving how to lift and maximizing lifting performance. Includes powerlifting, bodybuilding and Olympic lifting…
about proper running form, race preparation, measuring the benefits and avoiding the pitfalls of running.
Making one's body work. Includes walking, jogging, running, lifting weights, playing sports, cycling and any active play. The opposite of watching TV.
How to lower one's overall mass. Questions are about diets and training programs that improve body composition.
Methods of organizing one's training.
How to safely and effectively build muscle, whether for looks or for strength. Also, how muscles work physiologically.
What you eat, when and why.
the ability of the body to exert force. Questions are about training methods for improving strength.
An activity that challenges one or more aspects of your body's abilities (strength, endurance, agility, etc), often with measurable resistances: weight, time, reps.
Working out for aesthetic purposes: building muscle mass, cutting weight (especially fat), creating desired body proportions.
An exercise/program designed to increase your muscle mass/lifting capacity.
a shorthand term for aerobic exercise. Aerobic exercise is comprised of activities that tend to improve the body's utilization of oxygen.
Working out with a purpose, in pursuit of a goal.
*ONLY* TAGGED WITH NUTRITION IT WILL PROBABLY BE CLOSED AS OFF TOPIC. Getting the right substances into your body and to your cells to support life.
A building or room where one can workout. Gyms also frequently have specialized equipment.
one of the three lifts in powerlifting. Questions are about effective technique, variations, and programs for squatting with or without resistance.
an energy measurement of the amount of energy obtained from food that is available through cellular respiration.
Bodyweight exercises use the body as resistance. Exemplary exercises are push ups, planks, pull ups and squats.
Healthy body composition depends on the percentage of body-fat compared to lean mass. Questions are about how to calculate body-fat percentage, healthy body-fat ranges and body fat distribution.
Damage to a body part/system. Some injuries can be treated, while others can only be managed.
a form of physical exercise in which a specific skeletal muscle (or muscle group) is deliberately stretched.
One of the 3 main macronutrients, proteins are essential nutrients for the human body. Protein consumption has a strong correlation to muscle growth.
The state of being well, without disease or dysfunction.
How do I get huge? With the muscles?
The body rebuilding itself after injury or training stimulus.
The abdomen (less formally called the belly, stomach, or tummy), in vertebrates such as mammals, constitutes the part of the body between the thorax (chest) and pelvis.
refers to questions regarding prevention from injuries.
The proper way to perform a specific workout movement.
About proper training, equipment and diet for running sessions covering distances of at least 30km where mid-race nutrition due to depleted glycogen becomes a factor in training and race regimes.
Swimming describes any method by which humans (or other living creatures) move themselves through water, apart from walking on the bottom.
Proper technique, variations and programs for improving your push-ups.
an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage
Questions about bicycle commuting, recreational biking or competitive biking.
Whey, branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), creatine, psyllium husks, caffeine and other non-food items that athletes add to their diet to improve training and recovery. Questions are about which supple…