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    There is research suggesting a ketogenic diet is...

    There is research suggesting a ketogenic diet is suboptimal for muscle building and muscle retention when cutting, and there is also research suggesting that when glycogen stores are low it can...
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    It's pretty cold here and will be for the next...

    It's pretty cold here and will be for the next couple of weeks at least but I'm still powering through (despite it making the first sets more difficult as I warm-up).

    Paused flat barbell bench...
  • I changed my whole post accordingly. As an side,...

    I changed my whole post accordingly. As an side, "toddler's diarrhea" is when toddlers drink too much juice and have diarrhea as a result.
  • Regardless of fruit juice, if there is still an...

    Regardless of fruit juice, if there is still an additional advantage to be gained with nutritional peaking strategies I imagine the top athletes would go for them too. Also not sure how much fruit...
  • New review of nutrition for high level sports competitions

    I imagine this applies to at most a few people here as this is not related to actual bodybuilding but the first figure is so nice I wanted to make a thread about this:...
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    Good session: Paused high bar back squats:...

    Good session:

    Paused high bar back squats: 250x5x5
    Bulgarian split squats: 40s x8
    Step-ups: 20s x10
    Leg extensions: 135x12, 115x12, 90x18
    Leg curls: 115x7, 90x12, 70x15
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    That will vary some by person but I don't have...

    That will vary some by person but I don't have any reason to disagree with the National Sleep Foundation recommendations:...
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    Another good session today: Cross-armed...

    Another good session today:

    Cross-armed lateral raises: 15x8/10x6, Dumbbell laterals: 20x12/10x10
    Single-armed pulley curls: 30x12/20x7, Incline pulley curls: 20x9/15x6
    Lying EZ bar tricep...
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    I have no idea, I don't recall reading anything...

    I have no idea, I don't recall reading anything that looks at that. If anything I'd go with the MIND diet as I don't see a strong reason why it would help more with the elderly but not with younger...
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    To help stave off neurocognitive decline in the...

    To help stave off neurocognitive decline in the elderly you can look up the MIND diet. Very few actual trials but theoretically promising.
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    Flat barbell bench press: 180x10, 180x8, 180x6...

    Flat barbell bench press: 180x10, 180x8, 180x6
    Paused swivel-grip chin-ups: BW+70x7, BW+45x8, BW+25x8
    Dips: BW+45x10, BWx20
    Seated rows: 140x20, 140x15
    Incline dumbbell bench press: 50x13...
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    It's actually because they have health risks...

    It's actually because they have health risks start to increase at a lower BMI. I don't recall reading anything regarding their bone density being different, though admittedly I haven't looked. So...
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    Probably just slept on it in a weird way. If it...

    Probably just slept on it in a weird way. If it improves daily you don't need to worry about it, but when you start lifting again stick with light weights initially. An MRI would be more useful if...
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    The actual reason why is that by squaring it you...

    The actual reason why is that by squaring it you get similar numbers across adult age and variable heights (ie, a BMI of 25 is similar for someone 5'10 and 6'5"). That's not perfect but when...
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    High-bar back squats: 247.5x8, 247.5x5, 225x5...

    High-bar back squats: 247.5x8, 247.5x5, 225x5
    Leg extensions: 135x12, 115x13, 90x16
    Leg curls: 115x8, 90x12, 70x14

    I was not fully recovered for the squats but this was still good. I'm gonna...
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    Another quick shoulder/arm workout today, did 4...

    Another quick shoulder/arm workout today, did 4 sets each for side delts/rear delts/biceps/triceps and 1 set each for the various forearm movements. Felt good. Looking forward to squats tomorrow.
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    Paused flat barbell bench press: 180x5x5 Paused...

    Paused flat barbell bench press: 180x5x5
    Paused leaning back underhand pulldowns: 5 sets of 140x8/90x8
    Seated dumbbell shoulder press: 50x9/30x7
    Paused functional trainer rows: 90x9/70x5...
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    Yesterday I did a brief shoulder/arm workout and...

    Yesterday I did a brief shoulder/arm workout and didn't record what I did (it's cold here, I was in and out, lol).

    Today I did:

    Paused high bar back squats: 275x8x3
    Leg extensions: 90x3x11...
  • You can definitely use NSAIDs for the...

    You can definitely use NSAIDs for the inflammation, but oral would be the way to go, and use them regularly as that is what provides an anti-inflammatory benefit.

    Otherwise rest for a couple of...
  • You're describing a vasovagal event, very common...

    You're describing a vasovagal event, very common and generally not worrisome. Particularly with deadlifts you tense up most of your body and likely engage in the Valsalva maneuver to a significant...
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