ledfistaco
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ways to improve a glute/leg workout?
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Hip thrusts and glute bridges are glute (butt) specific. I suggest checking out Brett Contreras aka The Glute Guy for training advice based on both appearance and performance goals.

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As a recreational weight lifter, how do I ensure that I minimise long term health issues?
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You get stronger, and likely bigger if you eat more. Anything more is speculation. This is a overly general question and can't really be answered concisely. There are many forms of pursuing lifting -...

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How long does it take for muscles to recover?
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Be aware you do not need to fully recover from one training to benefit from additional training, especially if it is different in nature. Dual factor training takes this into for advanced lifters (...

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Plank Progressions
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Progression in planks can take the form of added resistance, like you would with other muscles. AKA, add load. Weighted planks. Or weighted reverse planks. http://www.allthingsgym.com/wp-content/...

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preventing muscle and energy level loss after an upset stomach
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Plenty of people have make training on an empty stomach a regular practice - see leangains.com An illness induced fast of a day or less will have little effect on your muscle mass. Fast actually ...

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Shoulder pain after training - How to continue?
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If it hurts, don't do it. Here's document on treating your rotator cuffs http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2484936/ But again, if it hurts you, don't do it. Benching with a barbell and ...

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Gaining LBM while doing cardio
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Are you really 9% ? Here's one verification: http://www.builtlean.com/2012/09/24/body-fat-percentage-men-women/ Also you don't mention if you are also doing any other training besides the cardio. Are ...

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Is egg white powder a good alternative to whey protein?
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Eggs - both whites and whole eggs - have a long and storied role in the muscle building history. Google egg white powder and you can see it sold as a supplement. This will probably be product ...

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Is controlled release of muscle contraction more beneficial than free release?
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The eccentric phase of a lift is classically part of mass gaining but there are other practices which skip almost all eccentric training and produce large mass gain. One group are Olympic ...

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What is the effect of carb consumption on fat burning during exercise?
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Fat burning zones are foolish. Sprinters never train in the fat burning zone and are ripped. Higher intensity exercise can raise your metabolism long after you are done training. The shortest answer ...

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Afraid of dropping weight plates on feet
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Yes, you are being a total wuss, but it is curable. Keep training, get comfortable around heavier objects, and soon you will be handling the big plates with ease.

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