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    Just try to keep protein intake high and attempt...

    Just try to keep protein intake high and attempt to eat at maintenance. You'll get back to where you were within 1-2 weeks of recovering most likely.
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    Today's workout: Seated dumbbell shoulder...

    Today's workout:

    Seated dumbbell shoulder press: 40x10, 35x10, 35x9, 30x12
    Dumbbell curls: 35x9, 30x11, 30x10, 30x8
    Spider curls: 20x16, 20x12
    Lying dumbbell tricep extensions: 30x7, 25x12,...
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    Everyone has different starting points. Better...

    Everyone has different starting points. Better question is how much progress you have made in the past year and what is your Tanner stage (to assess how far you are through puberty as that dictates...
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    I've trained in various gyms for >15 years and...

    I've trained in various gyms for >15 years and done all sort of various exercises and it's very rare for anyone to come up to me to try to tell me I am doing something wrong, even when I do weirder...
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    Today's workout: Backsquats: 275x4, 4, 4, 2...

    Today's workout:

    Backsquats: 275x4, 4, 4, 2
    Weighted dips: BW+115x1.5, BW+90x3, BW+70x4
    Paused hammer grip chins: BW+115x2, BW+90x3, BW+70x4
    Bulgarian split squats: 80sx5
    Machine chest press:...
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    If it was low enough to cause a metabolic seizure...

    If it was low enough to cause a metabolic seizure and it was significantly lower than that previously she would have already been in the hospital most likely or experienced central pontine...
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    Today's workout: Back squats: 225x2x10 ...

    Today's workout:

    Back squats:
    225x2x10

    Felt good, no pause and no knee issues. Low/mid back were pumped throughout which hindered me. Gonna be squatting 3x/week and once my body adjusts to the...
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    There is ample evidence that carbs can be part of...

    There is ample evidence that carbs can be part of a perfectly healthy diet and most people doing endurance training will need high levels of carbs to perform optimally. The "Ma Pi 2" diet is an...
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    Oh, interesting. I'm really interested in how you...

    Oh, interesting. I'm really interested in how you managed to have dehydration with low sodium a week after the show. This really makes no sense to me.
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    Refeeding would be possible but I'd expect her to...

    Refeeding would be possible but I'd expect her to be dead if it was severe enough to cause a seizure and she didn't get other medical treatment. Sodium is not the typical electrolyte affected. It's a...
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    Makes no sense to me you would have a seizure a...

    Makes no sense to me you would have a seizure a week after the show. Sodium should have been back to normal by then.
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    Static stretching can if done for more than 30...

    Static stretching can if done for more than 30 seconds at a time (bigger issue if stretching >60 seconds at a time).
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    Today's workout: Squats: 315x2 (paused)...

    Today's workout:

    Squats:
    315x2 (paused)
    275x3 (paused)
    275x3 (paused)
    245x5
    245x5

    First time doing nonpaused squats in awhile and they felt good; no knee pain. I think I'm at a place where...
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    You admit you have depression and ADHD. Are you...

    You admit you have depression and ADHD. Are you seeing a doctor for medical treatment and a therapist for these conditions? That seems like the obvious first step to take.
  • He should really speak with his registered...

    He should really speak with his registered dietitian. Also he probably medically qualifies for supplements such as Boost/Ensure/Pediasure/etc if his insurance will cover them.

    You said oats cause...
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    That's a steroid, not an NSAID.

    That's a steroid, not an NSAID.
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    Have you tried high dose scheduled NSAIDs? ...

    Have you tried high dose scheduled NSAIDs?

    Also ask for a referral to a pain specialist.
  • Well in that case he can follow the same advice...

    Well in that case he can follow the same advice everyone else here is given regarding this issue; make your own weight gainer that is much cheaper and doesn't have additives you don't want. Whole...
  • Anyone who has lost a large amount of their...

    Anyone who has lost a large amount of their intestines needs to be managed by a GI doctor in conjunction with a registered dietitan who has specialty knowledge. Malabsorption is a huge problem in...
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    Did 4 sets of shoulder press, 4 sets of curls, 4...

    Did 4 sets of shoulder press, 4 sets of curls, 4 sets of lying tricep extensions, 4 sets of lateral raises, 4 sets of rear delt flyes, 1 set of various forearm/wrist exercises. Felt good. Core is...
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