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    Maybe worth a mention: I used to get this...

    Maybe worth a mention: I used to get this numbness/tingling in my pinky and ring finger when long-distance cycling as well.

    Two years ago I cycled across half of europe, averaging about 90 km a...
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    When I started working with barbells for the...

    When I started working with barbells for the first time I would get the exact symptoms you‘re describing but in my hands/thumbs. It worried me too, but I kept procrastinating getting it checked out....
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    A little late.. I often go to yoga an active...

    A little late..

    I often go to yoga an active recovery session. In any class settings it‘s important to listen to your body. It may sound a little egocentric but: you are there for yourself, so you...
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    if you add a war cry on top of all that, there...

    if you add a war cry on top of all that, there will be no maybe left.
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    Debatable definition of supplements: supplements...

    Debatable definition of supplements: supplements are products designed to make large profits off of people's dreams/insecurities.

    There's no quick fix, magic pill. You gotta go through the grind,...
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    Agree with all the above. Carbs, especially...

    Agree with all the above.

    Carbs, especially sugars, can have a strong influence on hunger levels. If you find yourself hungry often you should focus on eating enough protein/fat and complex carbs....
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    I'm more of a coffee over tea kinda person. At my...

    I'm more of a coffee over tea kinda person. At my old work place we also used to have a really fancy machine, so now I don't like many of the other versions. They just can't compare.

    In the...
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    Your form looks good. My (rugby strength &...

    Your form looks good. My (rugby strength & confitioning) coach used to always tell me to pull my shoulder blades tighter together -> then initiate the lift. It's hard to see if you're already doing...
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    I know a few people that've been having trouble...

    I know a few people that've been having trouble getting back to their pre-covid training levels (especially regarding cardio and high intensity/heavy lifting).

    Listen to your body, don't force...
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    If you're just starting out it's easy to be a...

    If you're just starting out it's easy to be a little too excited/motivated.
    -> Result: people trying to implement a routine that is too much for them longterm.

    I would recommend you start with...
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    Nice to meet you too! Go have fun out there and...

    Nice to meet you too! Go have fun out there and stay fit 💪

    That's my shot at positivity for today 💉😇
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    Walking is good. Lifting is better. ...

    Walking is good. Lifting is better.

    Especially if you have limited time, prioritize lifting!

    To keep up some form of cardio you can add 10-20 minutes of intervals at the end of (some of) your...
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    Check the sticky "NEW POSTERS and IMAGE POSTING"...

    Check the sticky "NEW POSTERS and IMAGE POSTING" by ironwill2008 👍
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    btw... Im also not 51 ;)

    btw... Im also not 51 ;)
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    It would be best to find out what causes the pain...

    It would be best to find out what causes the pain and try to work on fixing that. If you cant find out on your own it might be a good idea to visit a physio or a doctor.

    Excercises you can try as...
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    Like someone mentioned, there's no before...

    Like someone mentioned, there's no before picture.
    But you look good. Nineteen is young, you still have a lot of time to grow. & You're biological peak years haven't started yet.

    Keep it up :)...
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    I had to work on this too a few years back when I...

    I had to work on this too a few years back when I was cycling almost daily and developed knee pain from it.

    Things that helped me fix the anterior pelvic tilt were:

    Stretching. I know it sucks,...
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    What helps me: -Regular bedtimes -having a...

    What helps me:

    -Regular bedtimes
    -having a cool room to sleep

    Having a pre-bedtime routine:

    -drinking a cup of tea (not more to prevent waking up!)
    -dim lights
    -stretch
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    Sounds great! This is a great first step! Now...

    Sounds great! This is a great first step! Now comes another hard phase: keeping the motivation momentum going. Try to keep your goals present and get a routine going.
    All the best and good luck on...
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    Sounds like a plan. Though I'd probably recommend...

    Sounds like a plan. Though I'd probably recommend starting now, instead of waiting for the mask rules to be ended.

    Control what you can :) Good luck to you!
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