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    Sticky: Uphill bike sprints will certainly build the...

    Uphill bike sprints will certainly build the quads, at first there won't be full recruitment but after fatigue starts to set in all available motor units will eventually be called into action.
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  • No digital computer could ever express Pi,...

    No digital computer could ever express Pi, perhaps some form of perfectly engineered analog computer could theoretically do it although I doubt such a thing is possible in practise.
  • The Universe is a mathematical structure,...

    The Universe is a mathematical structure, mathematics is the language we use to describe it, a mathematical framework. The debate regarding mathematical entities is far from settled, in fact there's...
  • Irrational numbers (numbers with unending decimal...

    Irrational numbers (numbers with unending decimal places that aren't repeating) such as Pi rule out any possibility of a simulated universe, only a computer with infinite processing power could...
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    Sticky: The reason why occlusion training works quite...

    The reason why occlusion training works quite well is because it shuts down the aerobic energy system and oxidative glycolysis, this forces the muscles to rely on the anaerobic energy system and...
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    Sticky: It's definitely important that you enjoy what...

    It's definitely important that you enjoy what you're doing and that it's practical for the long term, the great thing about bodybuilding is that there are so many different ways to go about it.
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    Sticky: Some people do really well with an extremely...

    Some people do really well with an extremely limited exercise selection but with a lot of volume per lift. I once helped a guy who was into minimalist training and he wanted to perform no more than 3...
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    Sticky: 3-5 sets, 2 minutes rest between sets if you...

    3-5 sets, 2 minutes rest between sets if you prefer straight sets. Forget about the total rep target when performing straight sets, just count the number of sets.
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    Sticky: A 15RM is perfectly fine, even a 20RM will still...

    A 15RM is perfectly fine, even a 20RM will still work very well. You can gain strength in any almost RM range if you train close enough to failure (within a few reps) and/or lift as fast as possible....
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    Sticky: Best of luck with whatever approach you decide to...

    Best of luck with whatever approach you decide to take, let's hope we're all still training many years from now.
  • There'd be no war, aliens would secretly engineer...

    There'd be no war, aliens would secretly engineer and unleash a lethal disease with a long incubation period (perhaps 12 months) so that it spreads to 99% of the world's population before we even...
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    Sticky: Volume isn't the only thing that matters,...

    Volume isn't the only thing that matters, training to/near failure is important for recruiting the highest threshold motor units and for promoting neurological strength adaptations.

    For the sake...
  • It seems to me as though Islam produces a...

    It seems to me as though Islam produces a disproportionate number of violent extremists when compared to other religions.
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    Sticky: The difference between a supinated (palms facing)...

    The difference between a supinated (palms facing) and pronated (palms facing away) grip is mostly irrelevant, what really matters is grip width. The lats are responsible for two primary functions,...
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    Sticky: It's fine to use a lower volume for the first...

    It's fine to use a lower volume for the first round of workouts after a deload, it should reduce some of the shock. If you guys consistently find yourselves feeling sore and fatigued it's most likely...
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    5 days per week minimum. I think weekly volume...

    5 days per week minimum. I think weekly volume matters more than session volume in the grand scheme of things, as you become more advanced you require a higher weekly volume and it can become...
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    Not for my entire body, usually 1-2 exercises at...

    Not for my entire body, usually 1-2 exercises at any given time, I find it great for bringing up lagging muscle groups. I've long suspected that it could work as a full body routine assuming the...
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    Sticky: Here's a first draft of the high frequency...

    Here's a first draft of the high frequency routine:

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=167979213&pagenumber=

    If there are any questions I'll try to answer them before Monday, if any...
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    High Frequency Routine

    This is an experimental high frequency routine which incorporates:

    - Full body workouts performed daily (7 days per week)
    - A low volume per session
    - Moderate intensity loads
    - Training to...
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    Sticky: I'm sort of brainstorming high frequency training...

    I'm sort of brainstorming high frequency training again, I'm already 75% of the way through creating a high frequency full body routine that revolves around daily training. It's not going to be...
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