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Sticky Thread Sticky: Official 2020 Supplement Awards Nominees

Out of all the products on our site, these are the chosen few: the ones you love and trust the most. Here is the Official list of the 2020 Supplement Award Nominees. Who would you choose as this year’s winners? Any products that should have made the list? Flex your vote on 8/15.

ForumNature‎, 07-28-2020 02:20 PM
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Thumbs up Sticky Thread Sticky: This week in the O35 II

On this day BLK00TJ is competing at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic State Championships and Military Nationals. I've competed alongside this lifter and his squat is nothing short of elite. Yesterday I had a few surprise PR's in the gym (sorry no pics or vids) Barbell Bench 265 x 6, Dumbells 110's x 9,...

Bando‎, 05-02-2015 07:16 AM
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Arrow Sticky Thread Sticky: General Forum Rules

Welcome to the Forums It is our hope that the members of the forums will help each other in providing motivation and information to those looking to reach their fitness goals. To protect our members and the forums, the following rules are effective in all sections. Please take...

ForumSentinel‎, 05-19-2014 08:12 AM
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RSP Prime-T and DHEA

Have not found too much on RSP Prime-T. There is quite a bit on DHEA. Seems to me DHEA works fairly well for older men. Perhaps. It has issue with estrogen though. But Prime-T uses aromatase Inhibitors. So in certain theories, these two together should benefit the older (natty of course or why...

Trker‎, Today 06:47 AM
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Simultaneously learning Goblet, Front and Back Squats

Learning squats / deads after a few failed attempts years ago due to back and mobility issues. I am now in better shape after quiting golf and taking up yoga. Priority is perfecting form and avoiding injury. I stated working with up to 100 lbs total on back squats but have since reduced to...

TheResistance‎, Yesterday 06:22 AM
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Share your injury prevention routine

Noticed I started getting injured more often after a certain age. I like to think it's because I push myself harder, but some of it is probably age-related. Things I do these days: * Spend enough time warming up using a variety of moves * Do a proper stretching routine every other day *...

bropheus‎, 07-31-2020 01:26 AM
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DeadLifts, Never Under 405, Update

I stared a thread earlier this year that I will never do a DeadLift workout under 405 for as long as possible. I don’t know where the thread went, but I can’t search over 2 pages. What it means is I must do at minimum 1rep with 405. I have stuck to this, but sometimes I don’t DeadLift every...

LWW‎, 07-19-2020 06:21 PM
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Advice on workouts - changing priorities

I've recently turned 45, and have been lifting consistently for about the last 8 years. Before then I lifted on and off with other exercises and periods of laziness mixed in. For most of the last 10 years my goals were to increase size and strength, and my workouts tended to be some variety of 4x...

BigDaddy747‎, 08-04-2020 08:29 AM
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Back injury, looking for exercise recomendations

So, first post. I wasn't sure where to put this, so "over 35" (I'm 55) made sense. A little background: I'm 55 and was released from the air force nearly 2 years ago. Canadian. I flew Search and Rescue for 30 years (first the CH113 Labrador, then the CH149 Cormorant) and I've got a laundry...

Tourmax‎, 07-26-2020 10:48 AM
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Deep Squats - form

I’m doing lighter weight but squatting deeper lately. Do you consider this a deep squat? This is only 165lbs.

adamgentile‎, 07-31-2020 11:35 AM
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Optimal volume (sets per muscle group per week) for those in our 50's

hey all - what is your opinion regarding volume (WORKING sets per major body part per week) in your 50's? I realize you can google this and get hundreds of answers, but looking for the actual real world opinions of those like me in our 50's (natural... only mentioning that because I know it impacts...

tkdnj‎, 07-20-2020 09:01 AM
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Anyone do 5x5's with weighted pushups before?

And wondering if you've had any success with progressive overload, gains, strength, etc. Since I'm stuck working out at home again I'm back to loading up the backpack with weight and doing push-ups. Is doing a 5x5 program...and slowly Adding weight to the bag useful as an exercise... As...

xTeTe‎, 08-02-2020 10:28 AM
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Question Training for steep hill climbs?

I’m 49-years-old and a daily golfer. I’m in moderate shape. Recently because of the virus, the golf club hasn’t been offering carts, so we throw our bags onto pull carts and walk the course. It’s great exercise! I’m an avid walker, so walking 6-7 miles doesn’t wear me out — but there are four...

cypressc‎, 07-29-2020 04:56 PM
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UK gyms reopen maybe July?

No date but rumour is gyms in UK reopen July if all is well. The uk's trade association for gyms ukactive has guidance which is fairly vague but does have specific things such as workout towels banned, 3m squared per person and obvious things about cleaning....

OldFartTom‎, 06-13-2020 07:42 AM
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Need Some Advice

There's so much info on these forums that I am getting overwhelmed so I'm hoping you experts here can give me some advice on this thread. I'm a 6'5" 210 pound male who has been fairly athletic my entire life. Now that I've hit my mid-40's staying in shape has become increasingly more difficult....

nachoman91‎, 07-20-2020 09:57 AM
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Lifting after 40: maintain or progress?

Should lifters change their routine after 40, and adopt a more maintenance-oriented mindset, or keep trying to progress? I know they say heavy compound lifts in the 3-5 range is where it's at for keeping your testosterone levels high etc., but what about injury prevention, joint and vascular...

bropheus‎, 06-10-2020 09:15 AM
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Keeping going as you get older

Hi all Wanted to create a post to understand how you keep training as you get older? I'm 48 and I've been training since I was around 14, so a decent stint. Obviously with age I expect things to get more difficult, but recently I'm struggling to recover between sessions and I get lots of...

nkilmart‎, 06-06-2020 05:37 AM
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Squats - Sore Knees

Long time lurker here needing some help. I am 55 (soon to be 56) and after a long period of not lifting, eating bad, etc. I decided to get back to the weights at the beginning of the year. After trying several different programs I landed on SL 5x5 and I'm currently at week 14 and have been...

robhalv1‎, 07-14-2020 10:36 AM
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Powerlifter decides to cut.

I've posted on here occasionally. I mostly lifted for size and strength since 15 years of age. I competed in powerlifting meets, set a state record some years ago in bench press (WNPF) as a lifetime natural. I always wanted to get bigger and stronger, didn't care about 'looking lean'. I'm...

Episteme‎, 07-10-2020 04:26 PM
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Resistance Band Training

Hey all, I'm 39, and really looking to get back into getting my body back to what it was a few years back when I was lifting. Obviously right now is crazy with gyms being closed, and exercise equipment being inflated 3-4x what it was only a few months ago. I'm just sick and tired of how far...

Chut26‎, 07-20-2020 05:10 AM
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For some reason I stopped dead lifting for about 8 months, but I'm back. This movement is just the total package when it comes to a full body exercise. I'm back only 3 weeks and tried to give 300lbs a whirl, how's the form? I do feel rusty.

adamgentile‎, 07-16-2020 01:51 PM
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Foam Mattresses for low back pain?

Anyone bought a foam mattress from costco? Di you buy the complete set? or just the mattress? Can you tell me what brand it was ? and how was it sleepwise?

chilon1‎, 05-05-2009 02:58 PM
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lockdown worrying signs ?

Im really hoping that the symptoms ive been getting lately can be put down to my leg workouts over the years and tight muscles etc... But lately ive been struggling to walk the length of me, ive not worked out since the lockdown and pretty much been working from home eating and sleeping... but...

fendertele‎, 07-11-2020 02:19 PM
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12 weeks out at 53

I had last competed in 2009 , and since had a hip replacement and got very fat! In June of 2019 I saw a picture of just how far I had fallen , and immediately got back in the gym. I have been hitting it hard for a year, with a slight break like everyone because of covid! But am excited to be 12...

jscan1‎, 07-09-2020 08:19 AM
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How to resume mass gains?

For 5 months I was gaining 0.5lb/week, of muscle (a bit more in total mass), consistently, and then I got mentally and somewhat physically fatigued (when attempting to move from 3/week to 4/week) and switched away from Strongur Phase II workouts to Fierce 5...both adapted to dumbbells, due to...

ClimberTrav‎, 07-10-2020 10:54 AM
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3 days rest going to hinder progress?

I am a novice lifter, apart from some lifting in my 20s I have not done anything for the past 12 odd years..I am currently trying to lose weight and gain muscle at the same time. start weight 310lbs current weight 270lbs. I eat approx 2k calories a day. I have been weight lifting for about 8...

RandyMcFlab‎, 07-06-2020 11:57 AM
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When you get an injury do you stop weight training until it heals or work around it?

I have tendonitis in both my right elbow and right knee. Have for years. Tried PT but nothing's helped so far. When you feel pain do you simply work around the injuries and avoid doing movements that hurt while continuing weight training or is it best to stop weight training all together until...

Wendal‎, 06-30-2020 04:18 PM
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Advice for recovery from work

I am a custodian for a school, now with this whole covid thing, I have been doing all types of physically intense jobs, I come home almost daily, and I can hardly lift my arms. It is a job, not like working out at a gym where I can let my muscle recover for 24 - 48 hrs. No, I have to be back at...

Faithbuilders‎, 06-27-2020 01:25 PM
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