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  • Congrats, that's a big milestone! Particularly...

    Congrats, that's a big milestone! Particularly since you're not doing it regularly, makes it even more impressive. I'm hoping to get to a 405 squat someday, knees-willing. Debating if I want to...
  • Thread: Heisman's log

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    Thank you, hopefully I can keep making progress!...

    Thank you, hopefully I can keep making progress!

    Today's workout:

    Paused flat barbell benchpress: 187.5x4, 177.5x5, 167.5x6
    Paused leaning back underhand pulldowns: 180x7, 180x5, 160x
    Dips:...
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    We briefly discussed that here:...

    We briefly discussed that here: https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=180524133
  • Most here do not recommend anyone do upper/lower...

    Most here do not recommend anyone do upper/lower 6 days a week so I am not sure why you think this?
  • Good question. There was a lot of heterogeneity...

    Good question. There was a lot of heterogeneity in the studies both in terms of training methods and testing methods. Most studies did testing methods similar to the training methods but some did not...
  • I read through the review. It is complex and...

    I read through the review. It is complex and technical. We need more studies for some components. What the data does indicate is that there is a change in both cortical and subcortical motor...
  • Thank you! I recommend everyone else read it to...

    Thank you! I recommend everyone else read it to as I cover a lot of the literature on this type of topic.
  • Yes, I do. Adding muscle can help running time...

    Yes, I do. Adding muscle can help running time due to increased running economy (greater efficiency per stride), so that may not be an indication of better cardiovascular health. I don't think any...
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    I would consider doing the heaviest sets first...

    I would consider doing the heaviest sets first for all of your main lifts. I would do power cleans first on workout A and do 5 sets of 3 reps instead of 3 sets of 10. Consider just doing high pulls...
  • Waist can also be good for women for health...

    Waist can also be good for women for health risks. If you gain 20 pounds but your waist doesn't increase much that implies you are probably putting on more fat in the hip/thigh areas, which is...
  • Nitpicking point: By "cerebellum" I think you...

    Nitpicking point: By "cerebellum" I think you mean "cerebral cortex".

    A lot of people talk about CNS fatigue but that's a separate topics. Regarding training the actual CNS, this gets more into...
  • I discuss issues with BMI here:...

    I discuss issues with BMI here: https://www.healthierwithscience.com/nutrition-and-weight-management-course/lesson-3-how-to-determine-caloric-intake-and-track-progress/

    I would measure your waist...
  • Thread: Heisman's log

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    Age 18-19 I maxed at 385 pounds while weighing...

    Age 18-19 I maxed at 385 pounds while weighing ~165. Then I tore my right meniscus. Went to see an orthopedic surgeon who told me I could not squat again without surgery and I didn't want to get...
  • Thread: Heisman's log

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    Today's workout: Paused high bar back squats:...

    Today's workout:

    Paused high bar back squats: 260x5x3 (making continued progress, these reps all felt good, no pain after warming-up at all)
    Deficit RDLs: 335x5
    Leg extensions: 180x6, 160x6,...
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    I'm not 40+ but I do heavy pull-ups (personal PR...

    I'm not 40+ but I do heavy pull-ups (personal PR is with 155 pounds at a body weight of 155) and I cannot imagine there being an injury risk as long as you avoid jerking your body upward at the...
  • I'm not an expert on this stuff but the link says...

    I'm not an expert on this stuff but the link says the tensile strength is 200,000 PSI, which is quite good if this tutorial is accurate: https://barbend.com/how-to-choose-barbell/
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    This is a good set (I have it):...

    This is a good set (I have it): https://www.walmart.com/ip/Pull-Up-Assist-Band-for-Powerlifting-Training-Stretching-Gyms-Crossfit-Warm-Up-Pilates-Yoga-Mobility-Push-ups/924960030?athbdg=L1400

    I've...
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    Not a service but if you want just some random...

    Not a service but if you want just some random videos, look through fitnessblender.com.
  • This is super tough. There is no perfect answer...

    This is super tough. There is no perfect answer to your question.

    Disclaimer, I'm not an expert on this.

    You'll see lots of people mention autoregulation/RPE/RIR in various threads, which on...
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    Poll: That's a cool one as I see it better if I stare...

    That's a cool one as I see it better if I stare in the center.
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