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  • That is pretty much what it says. To summarize...

    That is pretty much what it says. To summarize briefly:

    - he uses NHANES data from ~2000-2020 to indicate energy intake has stayed the same (based on 24 hour dietary recalls)
    - he acknowledges...
  • Perspective on potential causes of the obesity epidemic

    Interesting read: https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/115/6/1445/6572830

    I'm not going to comment on everything but a couple thoughts not directly mentioned:
    - Even if calorie intake has not...
  • I'm not aware of any guidelines that consider...

    I'm not aware of any guidelines that consider anything beyond what I posted above.
  • LDL is generally measured as a concentration (ie,...

    LDL is generally measured as a concentration (ie, ng/mL), and here is one guideline: https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/cir.0000000000000625 You can look at figure 2 for a quick summary.
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  • Nope. That's where I wonder if we are missing out...

    Nope. That's where I wonder if we are missing out on potentially useful information. Currently guidelines do not incorporate the particle sizes so it's hard to justify testing for them. The general...
  • Review article discussing implications of small dense LDL

    I know some find this topic interesting: https://www.mdpi.com/2227-9059/10/4/829

    I'm not well-read on this topic as I'm in Pediatrics where this is less relevant. This review certainly makes a...
  • Good points all around. I'd rep you but you're...

    Good points all around. I'd rep you but you're still on spread.
  • Tommy W. and air2fakie, I agree if you should...

    Tommy W. and air2fakie, I agree if you should listen to your body and if you are having trouble recovering then cutting volume makes sense. The data isn't strong but it never really is in this field,...
  • New review indicates you shouldn't decrease training volume in a deficit

    Came online in February, I don't recall seeing it mentioned: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9012799/
  • Thread: Heisman's log

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    Yesterday I did high-bar back squats 205x3x8 and...

    Yesterday I did high-bar back squats 205x3x8 and then Nordic leg curls 2x6. Today I did several upper body compound movements.

    Crossing my fingers all goes well with the home repair next week and...
  • Thread: Heisman's log

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    Today's workout: Flat barbell bench press:...

    Today's workout:

    Flat barbell bench press: 185x5 (paused), 165x7 (paused), 145x11
    Seated rows: 180x5 (paused), 160x7 (paused), 140x11
    Dips: BW+45x4 (paused), BWx13
    Swivel-grip chin-ups: BW+45x4...
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    I would always put band-aids over any torn...

    I would always put band-aids over any torn callouses when deadlifting and this worked well. However, my grip was never a limiting factor if I used chalk and a decent bar. You can do that for a while...
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    Quick workout today: High-bar back squats:...

    Quick workout today:

    High-bar back squats: 195x3x8
    Paused front squats: 165x2x6

    All of this felt good. Only 1 more week before our basement starts to be fixed and then I'll have more time for...
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    Definitely good for athletic performance in terms...

    Definitely good for athletic performance in terms of improving "explosiveness". I'm not convinced it's better for strength/hypertrophy, to me it just somewhat shifts where the most difficult portion...
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    Do you mean: 1. Eccentric -> pause ->...

    Do you mean:

    1. Eccentric -> pause -> Concentric

    or

    2. Concentric -> pause -> Eccentric

    #1 is good for working the beginning concentric portion of a range of motion more as you'll have...
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    Today's workout: Flat barbell bench press:...

    Today's workout:

    Flat barbell bench press: 185x4 (paused), 165x5 (paused), 145x7
    Seated rows: 180x4 (paused), 160x5 (paused), 140x7
    Dips: BW+45 x4, BW x7
    Swivel-grip chin-ups: BW+45 x4, BW x7...
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    Did a light workout on 6/16 that I didn't bother...

    Did a light workout on 6/16 that I didn't bother to post.

    Today's workout:

    High-bar back squats: 185x3x8
    Paused front squats: 135x2x6
    Dumbbell straight-legged deadlifts: 90s x 2x6
    Bulgarian...
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    3 sets of 8-12 reps mostly stopping 1-2 reps...

    3 sets of 8-12 reps mostly stopping 1-2 reps before failure is fine for a given exercise. You'll need to type out your full training program for feedback regarding if what you are doing is effective...
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    Back at it today. Did light sets of back squats,...

    Back at it today. Did light sets of back squats, front squats, bulgarian split squats, dumbbell straight-legged deadlifts, incline dumbbell bench press, swivel-grip chin-ups, seated rows, and dips....
  • He did process it much more efficiently, they...

    He did process it much more efficiently, they actually show that in the paper. Further supports anyone who is curious for themselves should get a lipid profile (likely 4 weeks) after establishing a...
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