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    My guess is you're still growing - and that takes...

    My guess is you're still growing - and that takes a lot of energy. Basically, I agree with Riffo - eat even more, and give it time. I know it's not what you want to hear, but these things take longer...
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    Oh - and two other thoughts on knee problems. ...

    Oh - and two other thoughts on knee problems.

    1. Make sure you're wearing a decent pair of running shoes. If you're running on roads, they should have good cushioning (barefoot running is best...
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    I've been running every day, 7 days a week for...

    I've been running every day, 7 days a week for the past 5 years, with no problems. My knees are just fine.

    There are some people who get problems with their knees from running - and those people...
  • Great post - this is so true. Diets and goals...

    Great post - this is so true.
    Diets and goals are short-term. Real fitness come from sustained effort.
    Find what you love and do that. Exercise should be its own reward - that way you'll always do...
  • 1. Walking/running mostly involves slow twitch...

    1. Walking/running mostly involves slow twitch muscle fibers, whereas lifting heavy weights mostly involves fast twitch. Different energy systems are emphasised in lifting versus walking/running as...
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    I think overhand grip hits lats more, because...

    I think overhand grip hits lats more, because underhand involves biceps more. Sometimes I like to superset both using the underhand as a post-exhaust to get some help from the biceps.
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    If you haven't already, I'd join a gym. Get...

    If you haven't already, I'd join a gym.

    Get started with a whole body program you do three of four times a week. In the first few weeks, I'd stick to the resistance machines to let you body adapt...
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    In my early 20s, I didn't have any beard. It...

    In my early 20s, I didn't have any beard. It developed very steadily in my 20s and even into my 30s. I still don't have very full beard growth, but at least that means I can get away with shaving...
  • There are plenty of things you can do to reduce...

    There are plenty of things you can do to reduce your risk of getting cancer. Eating a healthy balanced diet, maintain healthy levels of body fat, not smoking, moderating alcohol consumption, wearing...
  • I'd say you need patience. This stuff takes time....

    I'd say you need patience. This stuff takes time. Sometimes it may seem like you're making no progress, although in fact you still are.

    You've got your best training years ahead of you. If you...
  • Thread: Routines

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    Need to know height as well as weight - are you...

    Need to know height as well as weight - are you looking to reduce your body fat? This is usually required for a six pack, in which case it's worth checking out the nutrition stickies - the old adage...
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    I only started training in my late thirties, so I...

    I only started training in my late thirties, so I don't know what I might have been capable of in my early twenties - and maybe that's a good thing.

    In general, it's best to focus on the things we...
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    Personally, I wouldn't want to superset squats...

    Personally, I wouldn't want to superset squats with anything - they're quite enough by themselves!

    As doughnut91 said, opposing supersets are probably best kept for isolation exercises -...
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    Depends entirely on your goals, experience and...

    Depends entirely on your goals, experience and preferences - so it's hard to say without more information.
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    I think hanging leg raises are great - both for...

    I think hanging leg raises are great - both for hip flexors and rectus abdomis. If they're too hard for you, I'd recommend starting with hanging knee raises, and building up to leg raises from there....
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    I don't do much to isolate abs - I think I hit...

    I don't do much to isolate abs - I think I hit them enough with squats, military presses, triceps pushdowns etc. I do hanging leg lifts quite often though, although again that's for hip flexors as...
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    I always eat before bed - I spend the evening at...

    I always eat before bed - I spend the evening at the gym, then get home, eat, and go to bed. In fact, I often wake up in the middle of the night hungry and end up eating some more. I've done this for...
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    I'd say if your fitness test is for sit-ups, then...

    I'd say if your fitness test is for sit-ups, then you need to train doing sit-ups.

    Maybe you've been neglecting your hip flexors? To make them easier, you could do situps with your feet tucked...
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    Two weeks isn't a lot of time - it might be...

    Two weeks isn't a lot of time - it might be premature to say you're plateauing. I'd give it a bit longer before making any drastic changes.

    Personally, I'd avoid any kind of fasting - not sure...
  • I remember I was shaking all over the place when...

    I remember I was shaking all over the place when I started bench press.

    I began lifting late in life (in my late 30s) and was really self conscious about how weak and stupid looking I was. The PT...
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