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    Yeah we need to know how long this plateau has...

    Yeah we need to know how long this plateau has lasted.

    If you don't weigh yourself every day, it could just be a high reading.

    It could also be water retention

    Your metabolism adapts but as...
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    No, only if it pushes you too deeply into a...

    No, only if it pushes you too deeply into a calorie deficit.

    It could interfere with recovery from weight training - but that just means that you would get less gain than you might have. You...
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    By adding more calories, you must be having more...

    By adding more calories, you must be having more of something that is upsetting your stomach - whereas it wasn't enough to do that before. What did you increase to add calories?
  • I wouldn't say it was bad form - but you would be...

    I wouldn't say it was bad form - but you would be favouring a different part of the lats which might be stronger. If you are intent of focusing on the adduction movement then just do the best you can...
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    Could be any number of things. Have you made...

    Could be any number of things.

    Have you made recent changes to your diet?
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    Perhaps you need to clarify your goals. What do...

    Perhaps you need to clarify your goals. What do you want out of this?

    People tend to give vague answers like "get fit" (fit for what?) or "I want to be functional" (what is the function?). You...
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    I'm pretty sure that most people will say that if...

    I'm pretty sure that most people will say that if you are new, doing wrist specific exercises is "majoring in the minors". Better to get on a good well designed routine like Fierce 5 which trains the...
  • Sounds like you've applied a formula that was...

    Sounds like you've applied a formula that was derived from a set of broad population data. What you don't see is the degree of uncertainty/variance in that result.

    It's true to say that carrying...
  • https://www.strongerbyscience.com/no-gym/

    https://www.strongerbyscience.com/no-gym/
  • You can't choose where you gain or lose fat from....

    You can't choose where you gain or lose fat from.

    If you can't cut without looking too skinny, you to gain muscle first.
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    Volume is indicated by the number of hard sets...

    Volume is indicated by the number of hard sets you do - so that would not increase the volume.
  • It could but only in the first week or so.

    It could but only in the first week or so.
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    I used a fairly sophisticated regression analysis...

    I used a fairly sophisticated regression analysis - so it looks beyond the "noise" in the data. The actual number was a daily deficit of 270 cals.
  • Double check all portion sizes and count...

    Double check all portion sizes and count everything you consume including drinks and supplements because they can add up. If you're guessing then you will subconsciously underestimate - appetite does...
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    Don't be surprised if you carry on losing weight...

    Don't be surprised if you carry on losing weight slowly at that level. Your metabolism can adjust when dieting - so your true maintenance might actually be more like 2400.
  • I suspect a large chunk of that was water weight...

    I suspect a large chunk of that was water weight which will come back when you start eating normally again. I would continue for another 2 weeks or so and then come back to maintenance if you want to...
  • Programs we recommend are in the sticky threads....

    Programs we recommend are in the sticky threads.

    Diet is going to be key, you need to start counting calories and protein grams (as a minimum). Something like myfitnesspal can help you with this....
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    Looks like your average daily deficit was about...

    Looks like your average daily deficit was about 300 calories. Your average intake was about 1900. This means your TDEE was about 2200
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    Good progress so far. You've got regular...

    Good progress so far.

    You've got regular calorie intake and weigh change data, this is much better than using a calculator which is just an educated guess. You can work out your TDEE from the data
  • wide grip uses a different part of the lat...

    wide grip uses a different part of the lat because its shoulder adduction (arms out to the sides)- whereas for example, a row or closer grip pull up is more shoulder extension (elbow in front of...
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