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    Which is very average. nailed it.

    Which is very average.



    nailed it.
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    Hey, buddy! I'm still using Warrior Diet...

    Hey, buddy!


    I'm still using Warrior Diet techniques if not fully following the diet. I'm 41 now and have gained mass, maitained BF% and kept strength constant.
    I tend to miss lunch due to work...
  • and, after that, start lighter, do less and build...

    and, after that, start lighter, do less and build up more slowly.

    you're still growing and there's a bit of a break in period for a new lifter.

    first, develop the habit and the education. don't...
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    Spreadsheet I made a while ago and people still ask for.

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    variation is the key. there is no single foot...

    variation is the key. there is no single foot position angle that is best, but some will work more muscle than others.
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    the main function of the glutes is hip...

    the main function of the glutes is hip extension...

    a proper, deeper squat will activate your hamstrings and glutes more.

    you will have to develop better MMC (mind-muscle connection) with your...
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    Wassup, fellas! Still entertaining yourselves...

    Wassup, fellas!

    Still entertaining yourselves with teen lifting antics? :)

    Come check the vibe over at http://muscleandbrawn.com/

    I think you'd like it!
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    I have an ASD (atrial spetal defect) that I found...

    I have an ASD (atrial spetal defect) that I found out about long after I had had my heart rate over 200 when deadlifting, etc.

    That doesn't mean anything to you since you have a different...
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  • for Marine Corps PFT, they wanted chest to touch...

    for Marine Corps PFT, they wanted chest to touch a fist placed on the ground...you can use a tennis ball to check depth when you train.


    PS - I was ROTC only, not a Marine.
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    If you were having recovery issues and you feel...

    If you were having recovery issues and you feel your training, food, stress, etc. were under control, then extra rest should keep the progress going,
  • Excellent write-up. A really great summary of...

    Excellent write-up. A really great summary of the issues affecting flexibility.
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    I'm guessing you're in your mid-20's? If you...

    I'm guessing you're in your mid-20's?

    If you want size, you may need a bit more calories, but start at 2220. I see you are at 15% BF and I assume you want to drop a little BF? If so, let your...
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    BOOM! That's awesome. :) Bet your excited to...

    BOOM! That's awesome. :)

    Bet your excited to lift 100% again, though!
  • Guys, don't give up on foam rolling, but do it...

    Guys, don't give up on foam rolling, but do it after a WO or on an off day... don't forget the ITB! The area of pain is often not the area that needs attention.

    For shoulders, I broke down and got...
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    I LOL'd at the trademark comment, but the rest of...

    I LOL'd at the trademark comment, but the rest of your story made me weep!
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    Agree. 1/lb is a safe start. Don't forget the fat...

    Agree. 1/lb is a safe start. Don't forget the fat and some carbs... you will need a caloric surplus to add muscle.
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    Strong bump of 2008 thread last bumped in 2011!! ...

    Strong bump of 2008 thread last bumped in 2011!!


    Rough rule of thumb is 100 lbs for the first 5 feet of height, then 10 pounds for each inch over 5 feet. Adjust to preference.
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    Cool. If you're military pressing and...

    Cool.

    If you're military pressing and deadlifting already, you are light years ahead of your peers in understanding.
    Keep learning, but stick to the proven basics.
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    https://encrypted-tbn2.google.com/images?q=tbn:ANd...

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    WINSTON!!!!! I'm sorry!
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