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    Yes, it is all about diet, everything else is...

    Yes, it is all about diet, everything else is peripheral.

    Just one thing - you don't need to hit exact macro ratios. Set a calorie target. Set basic minimums for protein and dietary fat. Eg. 2g /...
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    I doubt there is any credible science showing...

    I doubt there is any credible science showing they are flat out superior.

    It is however, something you can change over time. On the one hand you can move more weight using a fast tempo and some...
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    Yeah I missed that, sounds like you may have...

    Yeah I missed that, sounds like you may have picked up a strain or tendonitis. Take NSAIDS, rest and do some smooth gentle activity each day like bodyweight calf raises.
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    No indeed. The only thing that gives you...

    No indeed. The only thing that gives you definition is already having muscle mass - and losing bodyfat via calorie controlled diet.

    Perhaps what he meant to say is that lower reps have more of a...
  • Google "mike Tyson weight training" and click on...

    Google "mike Tyson weight training" and click on the very first video hit.

    Makes me wonder: are you trolling?

    The idea that weight training "makes you slow" is a myth - but it is true that...
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    You could do a PPL template. Put in exercises...

    You could do a PPL template. Put in exercises that you know will not harm your back such as leg press, hack squat, weighted hypers (not too heavy), hanging leg raise, cable pullthrough.

    I just do...
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    Deadlift or rack pulls, pullups (or pulldowns),...

    Deadlift or rack pulls, pullups (or pulldowns), some for of rowing. That's pretty much it.

    Programming, reps, sets etc. will all depend on your current level, what you've been doing recently and...
  • You will need to adjust your calorie intake by...

    You will need to adjust your calorie intake by trial and error to find the level that makes you lose weight at the correct rate. Based on what you wrote above, I would say start at 2400 calories. If...
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    It's just DOMS. The more frequently you do an...

    It's just DOMS. The more frequently you do an exercise the less DOMS you will get from it. Stretching doesn't really help BTW. It should go away temporarily when you warm up to exercise.
  • Most serious athletes including boxers lift...

    Most serious athletes including boxers lift weights.

    Your body doesn't care if you are doing bodyweight or free weights, it only cares about the resistance provided over the range of movement.
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  • I agree, you should gain mass even while in a...

    I agree, you should gain mass even while in a moderate deficit. Don't go crazy on the weight loss, should be 1-1.5kg a month or less.

    Make sure you get 3-4 meals per day with 4-5 hours between...
  • Weight: 84.6kg (low carb yesterday) Wide grip...

    Weight: 84.6kg (low carb yesterday)

    Wide grip pullup BW: 8, 8, 7, 6 -- progress from last time

    Close grip cable row:
    76kg: 6, 5
    73: 7
    68: 8

    Reverse fly machine:
  • Low carb and low calories in general always make...

    Low carb and low calories in general always make me feel anxious. It raises stress hormone levels I imagine. Unless you become keto adapted and this symptom goes away, I would think it was not...
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    I would say gain more muscle first, it will make...

    I would say gain more muscle first, it will make it easier for the muscles to show through the skin. Beyond that definition is all about bodyfat %. Only a calorie controlled diet (with adequate...
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    I have never used any kind of glove or wrist...

    I have never used any kind of glove or wrist support. Your entire body needs to adapt to the stress of lifting big weights. These kinds of things just create a bottleneck in that process.
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    At the moment, I favour using a single weight per...

    At the moment, I favour using a single weight per session, starting light so I get sets of around 10-12 reps - increase it every workout until your rep count drops to around 5 or 6 reps - then reset...
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    Novices will grow from almost anything - but that...

    Novices will grow from almost anything - but that doesn't mean it's optimal. What you get from an expert designed novice routine is their experience to know what is close to optimal and how to manage...
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    Strength comes partly from how much muscle tissue...

    Strength comes partly from how much muscle tissue you have and partly from how well trained your mind/muscle connection is to make use of that tissue.

    At least these are the things you have...
  • They were a lifesaver for me, they fixed shoulder...

    They were a lifesaver for me, they fixed shoulder issues I had virtually overnight.

    Much as I like deadlifts and powercleans, they do not articulate the trap smoothly through a full range of...
  • Sneak preview of mesocycle 2. If meso 1 had a...

    Sneak preview of mesocycle 2.

    If meso 1 had a frequency of 1 in 4 (0.25), meso 2 will see the whole body trained every 2 workouts. So at 5 workouts per week, that's a frequency of 5 times in 2...
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