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It is possible to do muscle ups everyday, but I do not think it is the best way of improving. Also I think muscle-ups are more "draining" than you give it credit. Consult calisthenics and gymnastics workout routines.


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The opposite plank places load on the posterior chain. The body ‘wants’ to sag downward under its own weight, thereby lengthening the contractile (muscle) and elastic (elastin in the connective tissues) structures of the back, and correspondingly shortening those structures in the front of the body. That tendency is counteracted by the muscles of the ...


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What you are describing is referred to as Delayed-Onset Muscular Soreness, or DOMS. Despite its ubiquity, the phenomenon is still not fully understood. However, amongst the many theories attempting to explain it, the literature suggests that delayed-onset soreness is most likely caused by a combination of muscle cell damage and acute inflammation. The ...


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No, muscle fatigue doesn't have to be expressed by pain, usually a burning sensation in the muscle is a good feedback, but its not a must. About the Deltoid muscle pain ,which i assume you mean by "there is no pain on my shoulders". The Deltoid is a muscle that tends to use other muscles as assistance in heavy loaded exercises. If the feeling of ...


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Working on the same muscles twice a day is perfectly fine, but you want to do it a certain way.. Leave at least 8 hours in between both workouts, and save all the hard exercises like ones with a lot of weight(in terms of bodyweight, ones like a planche is harder than dips), or compound exercises, and save isolation exercises and easier exercises for your ...


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I don't have a lot of time to type this but I wanted to help you out with the basics so here goes. If you have questions please feel to comment them. Yes, you can indeed gain weight by exercising. This is done by three major things; Progressive overload. You will need to challange your body in order to gain muscle (and thus gain weight). This can be achieved ...


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It's no surprise that CrossFit would utilize kipping pullups in their program, as they also do likewise with athletic exercises like Olympic lifts and even some Olympic rings programming too. Besides being a somewhat more "athletic" movement (compared to strict pullups), kipping pullups also have the advantage of being able to recruit more lats in ...


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