Type: Posts; User: medjen
But it has no ads and better use of screen real estate.
Pretty sure he's given you the only possible answers to your questions.
WTF does this have to do with the four year old thread you posted it in?
There's no "standard" percentage for directly calculating the difference.
Oooh, mods have green usernames now? Fancy
Quite a trip down memory lane, there.
We have a special connection, kavak.
Thank you for using the correct "bated."
Using straps isn't an all or nothing deal. Using them doesn't magically make you unable to progress with grip strength in other ways/during earlier sets.
Why worry about it? So you aren't as awesome at OHP as you are at squatting. Big deal. OHP progresses slowly.
Have you stalled or something? Is that why you're talking about deloading?
If you really need smaller increments, buy some light wrist/ankle weights use them to help you bridge the gap from one set of dumbbells to the next.
You found them enjoyable at some level prior to that?
Really working those hip thrusts, eh?
No such thing as spot reduction.
At your age and relative inexperience, you can make some good progress by keeping at the weights hard and heavy and ensuring you eat enough protein. It's very...
Putting on mass is about your diet.
Eat at a surplus = gain weight.
Eat at a deficit = lose weight.
But please tell me someone else wrote the caption.
Do you like western RPGs? If so, absolutely yes.
I admire your restraint.