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  • Hmm, it feels like you are trying to make the...

    Hmm, it feels like you are trying to make the physics fit your philosophy rather than the other way around.

    I doubt that upward acceleration increases the total loading by much and would expect...
  • If you have back issues, an atlas stone sounds...

    If you have back issues, an atlas stone sounds like a pretty bad idea... although you can partly rest it against your stomach or belt, you are still bearing most of the weight with your hands ->...
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    This sounds like something you do out of...

    This sounds like something you do out of necessity to me - not because it's somehow better.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inuit_cuisine
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    I don't think there is any inherent advantage...

    I don't think there is any inherent advantage unless you find a scenario where the force curve of the band matches the force output of your limb during the movement (ie. you naturally produce more...
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    Losing weight too fast can result in muscle loss,...

    Losing weight too fast can result in muscle loss, that's true - we generally recommend that you
    a) weight train
    b) get enough protein - 150g as you mentioned is enough (at least 1.6 grams per kg of...
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    No, that's another classic gotcha - MFP will tend...

    No, that's another classic gotcha - MFP will tend to overestimate calories for larger people... silly but true. Your maintenance is probably closer to 2500 but this can vary a lot depending on...
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    https://www.strongerbyscience.com/no-gym/ I'm...

    https://www.strongerbyscience.com/no-gym/

    I'm not sure about the idea of picking random exercises... this is sometimes called "muscle confusion" which is a misinterpretation of the idea of needing...
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    We see this a lot. The 140lb guy wants to cut and...

    We see this a lot. The 140lb guy wants to cut and the 190lb guy wants to bulk...

    You are probably around 30% and it's not going to help with how you look. You should actually be able to run a mild...
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    If you've had 2 or 3 bad workouts in a row then...

    If you've had 2 or 3 bad workouts in a row then yes, a deload sounds beneficial. Or take time off completely. When you come back you should be able to reduce your total volume and still make...
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    Basically what ^ he said You might not be...

    Basically what ^ he said

    You might not be overreaching - but if the volume is inappropriately high for your level of advancement, it will mean that you subconsciously pace yourself and are doing...
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    Good idea. I might try these instead of DB rows...

    Good idea. I might try these instead of DB rows in Calgary Barbell. I hate loading my olympic DB handle with all my odd sized 5kg plates...
  • If it were me, I'd take a clear 1-2 weeks off to...

    If it were me, I'd take a clear 1-2 weeks off to reset and start back with an intermediate routine. As mentioned an U/L with moderate volume would be good. Leave yourself room to add volume further...
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    Just for fun OP, step on to your smart scale...

    Just for fun OP, step on to your smart scale holding a 5kg weight in your hands. It will probably tell you you've gotten a lot fatter...

    Even if they could predict your BMR with great accuracy,...
  • Looks like your question is answered OP.

    Looks like your question is answered OP.
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    It's a stupid gimmick. You won't find objective...

    It's a stupid gimmick. You won't find objective evidence supporting any kind of advantage. And humans aren't designed to be carvivores - that much is evident just by comparing the digestive tract of...
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    Reverse dieting is not going to help - it's only...

    Reverse dieting is not going to help - it's only for people coming out of contest prep scenarios where they get to very low BF% and stop producing certain hormones (leptin). It's not going to do...
  • If they didn't give you macros, then don't go...

    If they didn't give you macros, then don't go back to that "nutritionist". You can plug this in to an app like myfitnesspal if you really want to.

    Or you can just do the same with foods you prefer...
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    That sounds more reasonable. A fairly active...

    That sounds more reasonable. A fairly active person could have a TDEE of 3000.
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    I doubt that you should be trying to gain weight...

    I doubt that you should be trying to gain weight at 224lbs. You can probably get stronger or gain muscle with maintenance or a slight calorie deficit.
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    How long did you try 3000 for? It takes at least...

    How long did you try 3000 for? It takes at least 2 weeks to get a meaningful result from a particular calorie level.
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