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    https://youtu.be/nxofaUU2T-E?t=16 Thank you. ...

    https://youtu.be/nxofaUU2T-E?t=16

    Thank you.

    It's really interesting to see how it gets along with resistance training. I actually never got that far with b/s/d max lifts so it's hard to get to...
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    Most days of November I did just under 21k per...

    Most days of November I did just under 21k per session.
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    November marked a record for time and distance on...

    November marked a record for time and distance on the erg (but not time/distance)

    https://forum.bodybuilding.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=9377673&d=1638489668
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    More side than front.

    More side than front.
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    Poll: Hard to tell at the 45 degree slant.

    Hard to tell at the 45 degree slant.
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    I was just hoping you might give me some insight...

    I was just hoping you might give me some insight into the evolution of the market economy in the Southern colonies. My contention is that prior to the Revolutionary War, the economic modalities,...
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    I see. ...

    I see.

    https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/CIR.0000000000001051

    The paper itself is flagged by the mods.

    I thought the last paragraph in your fact check reference was your own...
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    I'm not finding anything about the AHA being not...

    I'm not finding anything about the AHA being not credible. According to their web-site (at the least), they are peer reviewed:...
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    I don't think running two miles should be a big...

    I don't think running two miles should be a big deal. It's probably more a matter of workout pacing.

    Do you know your bench/squat/dead #'s, or are you familiar with some common workout regimen?
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    What I've been fond of doing lately is going...

    What I've been fond of doing lately is going through my workout and thinking about exercises that make me want to cringe for how they've tweaked things in the past. Then I take time time just to do...
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    I'd expect them to have some sort of standard or...

    I'd expect them to have some sort of standard or threshold for their findings before having to disclose them. It's very possible that it all comes down to someone wanting excess transparency.
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    Ideally it's more of a supply-side marketing tool...

    Ideally it's more of a supply-side marketing tool to connect firms with investors. On the demand side of things though it's been described to effectively operate as a casino is expected.
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    Orlando is it ethical to buy stock right now...

    Orlando is it ethical to buy stock right now while the market is low because of Covid?
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    Consistent with nutritional set point.

    Consistent with nutritional set point.
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    edit: sorry, I think I get the question more...

    edit: sorry, I think I get the question more accurately. Unless you're doing a considerably excessive amount of cardio or resistance training throughout the day, then protein will not be burned for...
  • Looks like the leaning forward helps balance the...

    Looks like the leaning forward helps balance the support and tension between the top and bottom of the spine.
  • More depth is a practice developing more...

    More depth is a practice developing more strength. It's a greater feat of strength for self apparent reasons.

    Maximal range is not necessary for a sensible prioritization of hypertrophy though.
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  • I think a general rule of thumb is to keep your...

    I think a general rule of thumb is to keep your workout rather steady when you are cutting. You're supposed to keep working out at the same momentum to most consistently stimulate your body for...
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    It's good to establish a training pace with...

    It's good to establish a training pace with respect to how much energy you're consuming. There's numerous methods you can go about doing that in order to raise the bar more gradually and in...
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    For full strength you should grip it so that each...

    For full strength you should grip it so that each finger and the thumb can grip with balanced tension. It ends up being a particular cross section.
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