MJB
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Can't progress any further with my trainings!
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First of all, working out for 3 months is a very short amount of time to notice significant differences, so there might be changes to your body that you haven't noticed. You might have become stronger ...

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Equipment for lower chest at home
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To target the lower part of the chest, you want to focus on a declined angle during your exercises. If you have no equipment, you can do push-ups with your feet on the floor and your hands on a ...

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can we reduce belly fat by machines or by medical treatments
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In short, you can't target fat loss, and what these types of companies are claiming is purely marketing. Sure, if you use a machine like this you will burn some calories, and if you burn more calories ...

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which is better for a pull up tree branch or actual bar
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If there is a difference in grip it might change the amount of reps you can do. Other than that, from my personal experience I can do the same amount of reps on virtually any kind of horizontally ...

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Handstand Pushup Progression
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The amount of info is very minimal so this is all I can give you: the only conclusion I make based on this picture is that you mainly need to work on mobility and form. It seems like you already have ...

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Straddle position
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These issues might be related to the each other because your hamstrings and glutes work together in many movements and they are the main muscles (along with quads) that make hip / leg movement ...

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Is it possible to gain weight while exercising?
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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. ...

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Are stiff legged deadlifts and renegade rows enough to fulfill a back exercise requirements?
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I wouldn't call stiff leg (or romanian) deadlift a back exercise. Yes you use your lower back / traps, but it's not a good substitute for a row or pull-up where you train your lats. It would be ...

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Weight put on due to stress eating
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So this is a two part answer. Part one: Stop binge eating To stop doing this you need need to understand why you binge eat when you do it. If the problem is that, when you feel stress or discomfort ...

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How to fix my uneven pull up?
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The problem lies in the position of your shoulders. You can clearly see on both pictures that your right shoulder (left in the picture) is slightly higher and more opened up (as in your arm is ...

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Why might assisted chin-ups not be recommended to build up to unassisted ones?
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Well to get right to the point, he is wrong. Resistance band assisted pull-ups and chin-ups are a great way to train for unassited pull-ups or chin-ups. If you want to be able to do for example chin-...

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Mid-back pain after front lever exercises
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This is going to be a long one. First of all I would like to know what kind of exercises you do to train for a front lever. The problem might be that you're taking steps that are too big to get where ...

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Is it correct that walking is better than jogging to reduce thighs and inner thighs fats?
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You can't target fat loss. If you want to reduce fat on your thighs, you'll need to reduce fat over your entire body. Where your body stores most fat is different for every individual and is ...

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How to calculate calories burned from walking at 1 mph
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When you walk, you still burn the calories that you do while sitting (100 calories according to your calculator) to stay alive. In addition to this, you'll burn calories for moving your body. How ...

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One Arm Chin Up training
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I don't think there is a set way to train for a one arm chinup, you just have to be strong enough relative to your bodyweight. You can train doing assisted one arm chinups the way you're doing, you ...

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What is a good way to incorporate additional weight training into an existing one?
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I'm going to start by saying working out and gaining weight is something that requires patience, you won't get big over night. Most of us have been working out for years to achieve what we've achieved....

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how to know the type of weight increase?
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The biggest indication to know whether you gained fat or not is the mirror. You can easily tell on many locations on your body if you've gained fat or not. If you're not doing any competitive ...

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Flat Sneaker (eg. Chucks) for Weight-Lifting
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Yes. Training barefoot is actually one of the best ways to train, atleast if you're doing stuff like deadlifting or sqautting. The thing is, most gyms do not allow you to train barefoot for obvious ...

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Cycling burning fat or calories?
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@Deev already covered most of this question, I'd just like to add this bit; If the question is strictly about will you burn fat or your breakfast, the answer is both. Depending on how intense your ...

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Transitioning from calisthenics to weighted calisthenics
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First of all, as I mentioned in my answer on your other question in july, the fact that you go from training with weighs to calisthenics doesn't mean you're going to lose mass or weight. This depends ...

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Ideal weight pursuing
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Lose the BMI First of all, you shouldn't be looking at BMI. BMI is the relationship between your weight and height, it doesn't take into account what type of weight you're carrying (i.e. fat or ...

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Am I lifting too much too fast?
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The most important part here I think is to look how these other guys in the gym are performing their lifts and comparing it to how you're doing the same exercises. Are they doing very strict reps? How ...

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Protein intake while intermittent fasting
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Let's get something straight. To gain muslce, or gain weight for that matter, you don't need to consume any supplements. The best protein you can consume is from real food. That being said, it can be ...

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Skill learning while Bodybuilding
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I personally think it will only benefit you doing both weight training and calisthenics, I've been doing it for years and it has given me great results. A few tips though: In your first year, focus ...

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Loose fat, gain muscle simultaneously
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TLDR: Do heavy compound exercises combined with relatively high rep isolation exercises while on a high protein diet. I would suggest doing heavy compound movements like deadlifting, squatting and ...

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How to create the small triangle on chest
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This is purely genetics. The only thing you can do is develop your chest to make it show more, but you cannot change the shape itself.

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Will muscle mass be built on this routine?
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This will build some mass, but it won't be balanced. You're missing any form of back exercise in this plan, I'm assuming you'd want to train your back aswell to keep your upperbody balanced so that ...

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Arm goes numb during chair dips?
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It might be that your arms are in such an angle that bloodflow is slightly cut off, which would cause this feeling of going numb. Are you doing the dips behind your body (assuming you are since the ...

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To reduce obesity, can I depend on elliptical trainer exercise at high resistance?
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TLDR: Yes you can, but you'll be doing the same stuff over and over, which your body will get used to. The basics are that it's calories in vs calories out when it comes to weight loss, so doing what ...

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How to decide between adding reps or adding weight?
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It depends on your goal. If you want to be able to do 500 push-ups in a row someday, you'd want to add reps. If you want to get stronger, you'd want to add weight. If you want to grow in size, you'...

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