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    Completely understandable, one of my colleagues...

    Completely understandable, one of my colleagues is older and types with 1 finger on each hand. It's so much easier for those of us who grew up using computers.

    It would be more ideal if we only...
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    Yeah, I spend almost all my time in patient rooms...

    Yeah, I spend almost all my time in patient rooms on the computer except when I'm physically examining the patient. That makes it much quicker for me, it also makes it quicker for the patient/family...
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    Yes, they should have followed up on the falling....

    Yes, they should have followed up on the falling. Usually the nurse does screening questions and the answers are supposed to be seen by the provider so I have no idea why they let that slide.
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    For many doctors much of the paperwork is...

    For many doctors much of the paperwork is autopopulated to save physicians a lot of time when charting. Many are not going to take the time to alter everything for each patient when it does not...
  • Thread: Heisman's log

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    It's the aerobic conditioning for me. Going...

    It's the aerobic conditioning for me. Going higher reps I start breathing a lot more and it detracts from me being able to let the muscles be the primary fatiguing factor during the sets, and this...
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    High bar back squats: 227.5x10, 227.5x10, 227.5x6...

    High bar back squats: 227.5x10, 227.5x10, 227.5x6
    Paused bulgarian split squats: 70s x5
    Dumbbell step-ups: 40s x6
    Leg extensions: 135x11, 115x12
    Leg curls: 115x5, 90x8

    Good workout, but doing...
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    Cross-armed lateral raises: 15x7, Dumbbell...

    Cross-armed lateral raises: 15x7, Dumbbell laterals: 20x12, One-armed leaning cable laterals: 10x9, Pulley upright rows: 20x7
    Single-armed pulley curls: 40x4, EZ bar curls: 80x7, Incline pulley...
  • I really doubt anyone will do this for you, but...

    I really doubt anyone will do this for you, but wouldn't it be a lot easier to just weigh the full bag, empty it in a separate container, weigh the empty back, determine the total weight of the...
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    I have the Concept2 rower and it hits my legs...

    I have the Concept2 rower and it hits my legs well. Perhaps you weren't using a full range of motion with your legs previously?
  • I don't know about most recommended but I got...

    I don't know about most recommended but I got Do-Win's from Rogue and they work quite well for me. https://www.roguefitness.com/dowin-weightlifting-shoes-black-white
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    Paused flat barbell bench press: 190x2x5,...

    Paused flat barbell bench press: 190x2x5, 190x2x4, 190x3
    Paused leaning back underhand pulldowns: 5 x 180x4/110x7
    Seated dumbbell shoulder press: 50x8/30x8
    Paused functional trainer rows:...
  • You can buy resistance bands relatively cheaply...

    You can buy resistance bands relatively cheaply and then you will be able to do leg curls.
    Sissy squats for quads. ATG split squats would also work.
    You may be able to wrap a towel around your...
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    Yesterday I did a brief shoulder/arm workout...

    Yesterday I did a brief shoulder/arm workout (inside the house with dumbbells as it is quite cold). Today I did:

    Paused high bar back squats: 255x5x5

    That's it for today. The coldness is likely...
  • From here: https://www.dietaryguidelines.gov/...

    From here: https://www.dietaryguidelines.gov/ (Appendix 2 in the guidelines):

    "The total number of calories a person needs each day varies depending on the person’s age, sex, height, weight, and...
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    That's my point actually; with the spider curls...

    That's my point actually; with the spider curls you get the peak contraction as your hands approach the shoulder. It is rather difficult to achieve that with any other bicep movement. Give them a try...
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    Probably just strained something and not giving...

    Probably just strained something and not giving it a chance to heal. I'd try different handles and if it all causes the same sensation then I'd take a week or two off from doing them.
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    If wanting to hit the biceps from various angles...

    If wanting to hit the biceps from various angles consider:
    - doing 1+ movements with a reverse grip (you're doing this)
    - doing 1+ movements with a hammer grip (you're doing this)
    - doing 1+...
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    If that's the rationale then why not just do a...

    If that's the rationale then why not just do a healthier version of a ketogenic diet?
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    Fruits, vegetables, and whole grains all have...

    Fruits, vegetables, and whole grains all have many health-promoting properties so I do not know why the carnivore diet has seemed to become so popular, at least in the fitness world. With low carbs...
  • Thread: No Thyroid

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    For most people gluten free will not make a...

    For most people gluten free will not make a difference. Consider getting your inflammatory markers checked while on a gluten-free diet and then stop the gluten-free diet (assuming your physician has...
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