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    it was jack3d bro

    it was jack3d bro
  • Exercise science, and particularly lifting is a...

    Exercise science, and particularly lifting is a strange field when it comes to research, I think more so than most other fields of studies there are inherent flaws and limitations to the research
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    Imo, if you can do 300 pushups in a day, you...

    Imo, if you can do 300 pushups in a day, you probably are in good shape to begin with. That's not easy to do at all for somebody who is relatively untrained or packing a few extra lbs. Even if you...
  • Height and weight? For a lot of people it's...

    Height and weight?

    For a lot of people it's not going to be easy to lose the "man-boob" look.

    It requires building muscle and dieting down (two things which often times find each other at odds...
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    not really the way it works unfortunately. volume...

    not really the way it works unfortunately. volume kills as well. now, you could lower the weight so you aren't going to failure on every set, but injuries and stress you accrue on your joints will...
  • larsen press vs seal row?

    larsen press vs seal row?
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    3x3 vs 3x8, I would say 3x8 would probably be the...

    3x3 vs 3x8, I would say 3x8 would probably be the better hypertrophic stimulus. At a certain point you need volume to elicit growth. A more extreme example would be say doing 3x1 vs 3x10, you could...
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    full body masterrace crew checking in depends...

    full body masterrace crew checking in

    depends what your goals really are and what you want to get out of your program. Also what RPEs and rep ranges are you using?

    I'd say you are not taking...
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    i'd like to say it doesn't make a huge...

    i'd like to say it doesn't make a huge difference, as long as you're not full on swinging the weight with your back
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    if you have an SSB, I would consider a hatfield...

    if you have an SSB, I would consider a hatfield squat

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    honestly you could probably drop the single leg...

    honestly you could probably drop the single leg work. I think they are overrated as far as strength/hypertrophy are concerned. Pick something like leg extensions which generally aren't very...
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    I think my squat is around 85% of my deadlift,...

    I think my squat is around 85% of my deadlift, wouldn't know now because I haven't squatted or deadlifted in 6 months feels bad.

    Most heavier guys will have a closer ratio (talking more so SHWs in...
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    I'd probably bump that number up to maybe 30. At...

    I'd probably bump that number up to maybe 30. At a certain point it becomes more of an endurance exercise and you are more limited by the lactic acid build up, your cardio, how uncomfortable it...
  • sure it'll work for a bit, almost anything works...

    sure it'll work for a bit, almost anything works if you go from a state of non-lifting to lifting.

    leg press is pretty poor for your only quad movement, 10 sets of biceps and triceps probably...
  • i don't think he's exactly wrong though lol ......

    i don't think he's exactly wrong though lol ... the idea of your typical body part splits came from faulty knowledge at the time and misconceptions of how muscle building and recovery worked, and was...
  • alot of people will lose athleticism and "power"...

    alot of people will lose athleticism and "power" by their early 30s, however plenty people hitting all-time strength numbers in their 30s and even in their 50s. It's probably why olympic...
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    swimming at least from experience is very light...

    swimming at least from experience is very light on the joints and not very demanding on the body in terms of recovery. could even be beneficial for that in some cases. a bit of swimming on your off...
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    I personally floor pressed a car that I was...

    I personally floor pressed a car that I was trapped under, was good times
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    have you read the article though? it explains it...

    have you read the article though? it explains it all
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    you're 125 lbs, and 5'7. if you aren't...

    you're 125 lbs, and 5'7. if you aren't "ripped/shredded" at that weight then losing weight isn't going to help you. You need more muscle which yes often entails putting on a little bit of fat. Focus...
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