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    The Wheel of Pain

    https://youtu.be/z5KYZ74OAak?t=92

    This scene has always inspired me. If you haven't seen Conan the Barbarian, you should go fix that and then come back. :)

    In all seriousness though, there is...
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    Not at all - just wanted to clarify

    Not at all - just wanted to clarify
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    Wait, since when is having long arms good for...

    Wait, since when is having long arms good for your bench?

    And if you meant short (I don't really understand the sentence) then how is that good for the deadlift?

    EDIT: Since Gibbons have long...
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    IMO leverages are certainly relevant. At the...

    IMO leverages are certainly relevant. At the beginner level, I began to squat and deadlift at the same time and made much faster progress on the latter - consequently I stopped squatting regularly...
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    Looks good! Only minor thing I would say is...

    Looks good!

    Only minor thing I would say is you look like the bar is a little bit in front of you when it should be almost or literally sliding up your shins on the way up. You look like it's a...
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    In all seriousness though, mine are pretty...

    In all seriousness though, mine are pretty underdeveloped compared to the rest of me. Easily my most lagging. But I still won't claim that excuse.
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    Sometimes I eat that many beans and it doesn't...

    Sometimes I eat that many beans and it doesn't really give me any unusual digestive issue
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    OP, as Wolf said the routine is less important...

    OP, as Wolf said the routine is less important than the degree of well-directed effort within each day. As you gain experience, you'll figure out how to cover all of the important bases via different...
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    No man, calves are pure genetics. If you've got...

    No man, calves are pure genetics. If you've got thin calves there's not anything you can do about it.

    (Not srs.) ;)
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    When I get home later I can edit this post with the citation, but he recommended it for people who were training while overweight (which seems to run somewhat contrary to the general consensus here...
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    I'll give it a shot, thanks.

    I'll give it a shot, thanks.
  • Hope no one negs you for this OP... :( I'm...

    Hope no one negs you for this OP... :(

    I'm still relatively new to regularly squatting for challenging weight, so I can't speak from the perspective of someone who's more advanced in the lift, but...
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    6'2" Start: 245.8 Goal: 230 January 15:...

    6'2"

    Start: 245.8
    Goal: 230

    January 15: 245.8
    January 22: 243.8 (-2.0)
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    If someone has decent size all-around but their...

    If someone has decent size all-around but their strength level lags behind the potential for their size, would you lean more on triples or something like Poliquin Clusters to train the neural...
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    This is something I am curious about as well.

    Arnold recommended it in his Encyclopedia, but that has some other claims about nutrition/training that may be held in doubt now (such as the...
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    Viewed in the long run, it's obviously a small...

    Viewed in the long run, it's obviously a small allowance. It might not appear that way on paper when planning a nutritionally "perfect" diet, but as SuffolkPunch said, truly adhering to that (even if...
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    Cool. Obviously they're better with milk and...

    Cool.

    Obviously they're better with milk and butter, cooked over a stovetop, but the plain flakes are probably palatable enough with just water. No need to steam it like rice or anything.
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    As a kid, my mom would make it occasionally....

    As a kid, my mom would make it occasionally. Eaten as a hot cereal, it has a very earthy, smooth tasting flavor. IMO it's delicious even without anything added.
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    I for one seriously do like buckwheat.

    I for one seriously do like buckwheat.
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    In all seriousness OP, do you actually not enjoy...

    In all seriousness OP, do you actually not enjoy eating at all?

    I mean, you can get a significant portion of your concentrated protein in a shake and then maybe eat a chicken breast for another...
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