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    All the money you're going to save now that...

    All the money you're going to save now that you're not buying excess food will be enough to get you a gym membership.

    Lifting weights won't help you lose weight (it will a tiny bit). You should...
  • If you do a compound exercise, for example bench...

    If you do a compound exercise, for example bench press, you will have already warmed up quite a few muscle groups. If you went on to do more isolating exercises like skullcrushers, you would not need...
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    Same all days is fine. muscles take 2-3 days to...

    Same all days is fine. muscles take 2-3 days to recover so the food you're eating today is fuelling recovery from previous days anyway.
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    You're gonna spend so much time in the gym if you...

    You're gonna spend so much time in the gym if you wanna do that for every exercise. Also diminishing returns are real.
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    Sticky: I have been following this program for a while...

    I have been following this program for a while now, roughly a year. A few months ago, due to time restraints, i dropped one set in each of the exercises. For example with bench press, instead of...
  • Great, thank you for the responses guys, I...

    Great, thank you for the responses guys, I appreciate it.

    My general flexibility is fine, I have no problems during lifts. I like to work on it for some of the sports/activities I do, but based on...
  • Stretching after lifting vs later in the day

    I usually do my stretches immediately after lifting, and I'm wondering if it would make a difference if I did it later on in the day instead. The reason I'm asking is because I lift on my lunch...
  • Get an Advanced Learner Loan and do a proper...

    Get an Advanced Learner Loan and do a proper level 3 course.
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    Sticky: get someone in real life to assess you; we can't...

    get someone in real life to assess you; we can't really make a judgement on injuries and pain online. also get them to check your form in the exercises to make sure you're doing them right.
  • Yeah you're right. I'm making progress so i'll...

    Yeah you're right. I'm making progress so i'll just keep going. I guess I didn't need to worry!
  • Thanks for the advice. I've been following the...

    Thanks for the advice. I've been following the program for about a month now, I've eaten more and put on about 0.5kg. I feel fine, though I have been taking more naps.
  • Balancing programs with other activities

    Does anyone have any advice or guidance on balancing workout programs with other physical activities? I'm currently following viking's barebones, and after reading the whole thread (and stuff from...
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    Sticky: Your trainer was just showing you how to use a...

    Your trainer was just showing you how to use a couple of cardio machines. The treadmill/elliptical machines aren't progressive muscle building programs like the viking's. It depends on what your goal...
  • There's more to life than health and fitness. If...

    There's more to life than health and fitness. If your health and fitness goals are getting in the way of other important aspects of your life, ie socialising, you may want to consider balance and...
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    Well done going to rehab and staying clean. I...

    Well done going to rehab and staying clean. I know how tough it is especially after you come out so well done.

    Where did you hear eating meat exacerbates psoriasis? I can't find anything backing...
  • the difference between 1.5k cals and 5k cals is...

    the difference between 1.5k cals and 5k cals is 3.5k cals, the equivalent of 1lb of fat.
  • if you could overlift and overeat to compensate...

    if you could overlift and overeat to compensate then you would be neither overeating nor overlifting. you will have a limit to how fast your muscles can recover and if you go past that limit, food...
  • kinda. ultimately yes but there's a couple of key...

    kinda. ultimately yes but there's a couple of key points to consider.

    you don't digest all of the calories you consume.
    calories in affects calories out. for example if you don't eat during a...
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    Neither good nor bad; neutral.

    Neither good nor bad; neutral.
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    Try working out without eating. If your body is...

    Try working out without eating. If your body is fine with it and you don't burn out half way through, keep doing it. If not try eating a light snack when you wake up, like a banana, and then work...
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