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  • Haven't read this yet but per this genetics may...

    Haven't read this yet but per this genetics may explain why some people hate the taste of certain vegetables:...
  • The two word quotes included the first word and...

    The two word quotes included the first word and last word of what you said and I responded to that with my next block of text.

    Agreed it is difficult to build muscle on a deficit when at a low...
  • Thread: Heisman's log

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    Today I did 5 pounds of: push press: 145x3...

    Today I did 5 pounds of:

    push press: 145x3
    snatch grip high pulls: 135x3
    trap bar jump squats: 85x3

    Then I did:

    Dumbbell step ups: 85s x 8
    Bulgarian split squats: 85s x 4
  • Unlikely overall from the data out there as it...

    Unlikely overall from the data out there as it just doesn't seem to take that many calories to build muscle. Also as a general rule while body recomposition (gaining muscle and losing fat at the same...
  • General advise on the forums is no more than 2...

    General advise on the forums is no more than 2 pounds per month (unless starting underweight) if you want to try to maximize lean body mass gain while minimizing bodyfat. Generally we don't advise to...
  • Every time I try to respond to the above it says...

    Every time I try to respond to the above it says "We're sorry, it looks like this page is taking a rest day". I'll respond to you via PM. It's a shame as this is a good topic of discussion and clear...
  • This is a good question that to my knowledge...

    This is a good question that to my knowledge nobody has a good answer for.

    In this paper (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2376744/) Kevin Hall, who has done as much work on the...
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    Just to be clear besides blood work you may want...

    Just to be clear besides blood work you may want to ask about an ECG to help evaluate for a heart condition.
  • Thread: Heisman's log

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    Today I did: 3 sets of pressing exercises 3...

    Today I did:

    3 sets of pressing exercises
    3 sets of rowing exercises
    2 sets of triceps work
    2 sets of biceps work
    1 set of leg extensions, leg curls, adductors, abductors

    All felt good.
  • Thread: Power test

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    Better vertical does not equal better leg press....

    Better vertical does not equal better leg press. Different aspects of the strength-speed continuum. You really cannot compare the two.

    Vertical also does not measure pound for pound strength as it...
  • I honestly haven't looked at any of the 28...

    I honestly haven't looked at any of the 28 programs so I cannot comment on them specifically but in general nobody at the age of 18 is going to be advanced so it doesn't make sense to me to do an...
  • At the age of 18 do you think you should be doing...

    At the age of 18 do you think you should be doing advanced squat, bench, and deadlift programs? What are your lifts?
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    If everything else is the same (sleep, food,...

    If everything else is the same (sleep, food, motivation with the session, etc), then I would just keep doing what you are doing and expect it to improve. You can definitely try to take a couple days...
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    Do you notice you are better the day after your...

    Do you notice you are better the day after your days off? Are you doing any other leg work during this time?
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    Just like with weights you need to rest some to...

    Just like with weights you need to rest some to recover. As time goes on you'll get by with less rest. Have you taken a day or two off?
  • broganoff, MCTs are actually absorbed more easily...

    broganoff, MCTs are actually absorbed more easily as they do not require emulsification with bile acids to be absorbed

    Regarding SFAs, stearic acid (c18:0) seems to have no impact on blood lipids...
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    In theory different parts of the body can...

    In theory different parts of the body can progress at different rates. Muscle strength may develop more rapidly than tendon/ligament strength. I don't expect this to impact you deadlifting but if you...
  • Generally not a great idea to lose more than 1%...

    Generally not a great idea to lose more than 1% of your bodyweight weekly; beyond that you tend to lose lean body mass which is a recipe for regaining the lost weight in the long term (which is...
  • Thread: Heisman's log

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    Feeling better from the mild cold though symptoms...

    Feeling better from the mild cold though symptoms still lingering. Today's workout:

    Paused weighted dips:
    BW+100x4

    Paused hammer grip chins:
    BW+100x5

    Paused high bar back squats:
    285x6
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    Unfortunately that is actually medically...

    Unfortunately that is actually medically concerning and you should see a doctor. Going from being in decent shape to getting out of breath walking the stairs is not a good sign.
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