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  • The meal plan would give me 0.66 g of protein per...

    The meal plan would give me 0.66 g of protein per pound, and 0.41 g of fat per pound. I'm not sure how important it is to nudge that to 0.8 gram of protein per pound. If I'd walk to the gym, that...
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    Looking up this further I found this ...

    Looking up this further I found this


    They're also naysayers on warmup for injury prevention, on upper-body training, and saying static stretching helps flexibility but not strength and power...
  • Need help with cutting meal plan (stuck for years)

    I've tried to cut for two years, well "tried", and failed for as long. I've made my first meal plan now (yeah, I know, kinda late), and I would appreciate your thoughts on it. Everything below adds...
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    Sure. What I mean is some cardio to get the whole...

    Sure. What I mean is some cardio to get the whole body nice and warm, like at least biking for 5 minutes, but preferably more. The only thing I do now is like kettlebell swings first on leg days....
  • Cutting and failing My measurements on 20 July...

    Cutting and failing

    My measurements on 20 July 2021
    Chest 104.75 cm (up 0.75 cm)
    Shoulders 123.75 cm (down 0.5 cm)
    Biceps 37 cm (down 0.25 cm)
    Thigh 60 cm (down 0.5 cm)
    Waist 86.5cm
    Neck...
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    How important is warmup for hypertrophy?

    Do you always warm up?

    Sure it helps prevent injury, but they say we also lift heavier when warm, and lifting heavier is key to hypertrophy. I guess I'm not alone in rarely warming up. But I know...
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    Eating fat for fat loss?

    Looking at my cutting plan, I'd get:
    Fat 69 gram
    Carbs 235 gram
    Protein 143 gram

    I usually break the budget in the evening. Thinking it's easier to sleep on a full stomach, so I have oats. Like...
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    Putting it in for reference Unprocessed or...

    Putting it in for reference

    Unprocessed or minimally processed foods: Think vegetables, grains, legumes, fruits, nuts, meats, seafood, herbs, spices, garlic, eggs and milk. Make these real, whole...
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    Your Best Fat Loss Tip?

    Let's make this a thread about the best advice to cut.

    I just came across some advice that was new to me. We all know smaller plates lead to smaller portions and less kcal, and eating more slowly...
  • Utter fail. Tried to lose fat, but gained. Again....

    Utter fail. Tried to lose fat, but gained. Again.

    My measurements on 20 June 2021
    Chest 104 cm (down 1 cm)
    Shoulders 124.25 cm (down 1.0 cm)
    Biceps 37.25 cm (up 0.25 cm)
    Thigh 60.5 cm (up 0.5...
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    It doesn't look like you're doing your back any...

    It doesn't look like you're doing your back any harm, so I'd say do continue squatting and continue trying to improve your technique. You can experiment with the height of the bar. See this: ...
  • My measurements on 17 May 2021 Chest 105 cm...

    My measurements on 17 May 2021

    Chest 105 cm (down 1 cm)
    Shoulders 125.25 cm (up 1.5 cm)
    Biceps 37 cm (up 1 cm)
    Thigh 59.75 cm (up 0.5 cm)
    Waist 86 cm (up 0.25 cm)
    Neck 41 cm (down 0.5 cm)...
  • For mastering technique, spaced-repetition has...

    For mastering technique, spaced-repetition has some value. But I am not sure what the added value is for ankiing to set personal records in lifts? I do that every spring and autumn, so twice a year...
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    @OKapricot If you squat in a rack, you can put...

    @OKapricot
    If you squat in a rack, you can put the safety bars to the depth you're comfortable with and squat using light weights. Say just the bar or add some light weight plates. If you do such...
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    If you really lack time, do full-body workouts...

    If you really lack time, do full-body workouts with supersets. I recommend you get an app, like GymRun, to track your progress, as you're likely to get way stronger quite fast, having lifted before....
  • Another thing which makes me think they'll last....

    Another thing which makes me think they'll last. The company NÜO is based in Sweden, and their primary marked is the EU. And for all its other failings the EU has done one thing right. You're not...
  • It's a joking tone, but serious post. Whether the...

    It's a joking tone, but serious post. Whether the kind of chopper I linked to would work on rutabaga. It's hard, so could be such machines wouldn't work, I've never tried, and one would have to use...
  • If you take hunger out of the equation, that's...

    If you take hunger out of the equation, that's easy.

    What usually sends me way over the TDEE is what I eat when hungry and need something fast. Oats and skimmed milk. Very calorie rich.

    So....
  • Yeah. For durability it'd take a miracle for the...

    Yeah. For durability it'd take a miracle for the Nüo to outperform the Powerblocks or Ironmasters. They're dumbbells you could pass down to the generations to come. The question is really if the...
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    I wouldn't have an accurate number, but I would...

    I wouldn't have an accurate number, but I would say if you stick to it, it would be effective. And to make it easier to stick it, look into stuff like podcasts, audiobooks or music and great...
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