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  • OP, A couple things come to mind here... ...

    OP, A couple things come to mind here...

    First, the body adapts to the demands being placed on it right now. If those demands require more muscle to become efficient, then your body will adapt...
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    ^^^ Good points. As with anything else, nature...

    ^^^
    Good points. As with anything else, nature punishes a specialist.
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    :rolleyes: Guess we can't all look as good as...

    :rolleyes:

    Guess we can't all look as good as you...

    For my .02, you can do anything "too much" but I don't think the amount of running the OP is talking about qualifies. I run considerably...
  • If you can only run 1/4 mile you have weak will,...

    If you can only run 1/4 mile you have weak will, not a poor cardio system. I'm pretty sure I've seen the biggest loser contestants bust out a mile or more at 300+ plus and absolutely miserable...
  • I have worked with, and around, a lot of military...

    I have worked with, and around, a lot of military special warfare guys who swear by yoga as a method of keeping them healthy through rigorous physical demands. I personally like doing it because it...
  • I feel like you could probably do a simple Google...

    I feel like you could probably do a simple Google search and find a few thousand articles related to developing power in a boxer's punch (making an assumption that is where this comes from).

    WHat...
  • I'm of the "its vacation, give it a rest"...

    I'm of the "its vacation, give it a rest" mindset... but then I typically try to do active stuff on vacations, like hiking, kayaking, snorkeling, etc etc. I might even go for a nice jog as a way to...
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    Really? When did unilateral work become so...

    Really? When did unilateral work become so controversial and dumb?

    As with any tool, some have a more broad use (must be a million projects that a good knife would assist in) and others much more...
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    What is best in life... Uh, the open steppe,...

    What is best in life... Uh, the open steppe, fleet horse,
    falcons at your wrist, and the wind in your hair?

    No... wait, I know this one...

    To crush your enemies, see them driven before...
  • I looked at your progress pics and I think that...

    I looked at your progress pics and I think that your "muscle gain" is really just a matter of uncovering what is already there. Nothing wrong with that, mind you. Most people would look much better...
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    What are you asking? Are you seeking affirmation...

    What are you asking? Are you seeking affirmation that being obsessed with your hobby is ok?
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    Mmmm, as a Navy recruiter for the past 4 years I...

    Mmmm, as a Navy recruiter for the past 4 years I can tell you that the drug use is of little consequence so long as you are cleaned up (most only require clean for a year by your own account, what...
  • I think you have to understand that swinging a kb...

    I think you have to understand that swinging a kb is a little like squatting. Lots of movements can be classified as swings, much like lots of movements can be classified as squatting. Let me show...
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    Well, GHR hits the hamstring at both sides (hip...

    Well, GHR hits the hamstring at both sides (hip joint and knee joint) where goodmornings and leg curs are primarily one or the other. GM is a hip hinge, leg curls are a knee hinge (with no need for...
  • I'm not familiar with British Army training, so...

    I'm not familiar with British Army training, so take my experience with a grain of salt.

    I regularly incorporate rucking into my training program. Usually 40-90lbs (18kg-40kg approx) for 2-6...
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    Nah, I think they are neither a fad nor is it a...

    Nah, I think they are neither a fad nor is it a faux pas to say you don't like them. GHR is great for most team sports athletes. I've seen some pretty compelling studies showing a significant...
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    z15C9UZUbss Can you adjust your knees like...

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    Can you adjust your knees like they show in the video? With a roller I would think this to be an option, perhaps.

    I would love a GHR. This has been on my xmas wishlist for a while:...
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    I would say that it depends HOW you run and HOW...

    I would say that it depends HOW you run and HOW you walk. Yes, it's extra calories burnt but the walking shouldn't be much. Again, trick is weight. Throw some bricks in a backpack, or plates, or load...
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    Skimmed a bit, interesting journal. I may be a...

    Skimmed a bit, interesting journal. I may be a little late to the party but here are some thoughts:

    1) Claves... I would take walking over all the calf raises in the world. Specifically, walk with...
  • Sticky: Stupid BB.com, I wrote what could be possibly...

    Stupid BB.com, I wrote what could be possibly considered THE definitive post on shoulder problems and it deleted it :mad:

    Well, I'm not typing all that crap out again, so cliffs ;)

    1. Google...
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