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  • I hope your legs get better.

    I hope your legs get better.
  • In many places, there's little to no obligation...

    In many places, there's little to no obligation for someone with HIV to disclose their status to partners or take precautions. Governmental agencies also track infection cases but not the individual....
  • Cut down to 175lbs at least. Get on a good...

    Cut down to 175lbs at least. Get on a good resistance training program. You're not going to build enough muscle to show in a suit (I'm assuming you'll be in a suit) but it will minimize the amount...
  • Tenderizing meat Husking/shelling/milling seeds,...

    Tenderizing meat
    Husking/shelling/milling seeds, grains, nuts
    Cooking
    Fermentation

    All make a food's nutrients more available.
  • Yes. I've noticed that I'm more prone to...

    Yes. I've noticed that I'm more prone to overreaction than I used to be.
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    How does not having a rack prevent you from...

    How does not having a rack prevent you from benching?
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    That's HIT. HIIT is something else entirely.

    That's HIT. HIIT is something else entirely.
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    If you're pacing yourself, it's not HIIT.

    If you're pacing yourself, it's not HIIT.
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    Unless I'm misunderstanding, HIIT weight training...

    Unless I'm misunderstanding, HIIT weight training is an injury waiting to happen.
  • You've gotten serious responses. This is not a...

    You've gotten serious responses. This is not a routine that is at all worth considering.
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    You're only setting aside 1.5 hours/week for...

    You're only setting aside 1.5 hours/week for weight training. That's very little.

    So yes, you'll see similar results however you split it. It just won't be very much.
  • I figured as much. I've noticed that a lot of...

    I figured as much. I've noticed that a lot of people who've never played competitive sports seriously or worked in an occupation where they have to push themselves (eg. fire fighting, military) don't...
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    I'd rather skip working out rather than do 15...

    I'd rather skip working out rather than do 15 minutes. Less wasted time, same result.

    That amount of time may be fine for a bit of cardio. For weight training beyond the first few days, forget...
  • It looks like it's a compilation of exercises you...

    It looks like it's a compilation of exercises you found from all over. I don't see a coherent program here.
  • Muscles strength and size increases slow as they...

    Muscles strength and size increases slow as they become better trained. You don't have to factor in "catching up" for undertrained muscles. It happens as a consequence of a good program.
  • BCAAs do have calories. It's a technicality that...

    BCAAs do have calories. It's a technicality that they're not listed on the label.
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    For an experienced lifter, I would go on a novice...

    For an experienced lifter, I would go on a novice routine with an accelerated progression. It would be the fastest way to assess your current strength levels. Also, muscle memory is a thing.
  • Athletic background meaning history not your...

    Athletic background meaning history not your current state.
  • What weight are you stuck at? What is your...

    What weight are you stuck at? What is your athletic background?
  • Normally, I'd say the problem is that you're in a...

    Normally, I'd say the problem is that you're in a deficit but there are 2 points:
    1) At 24%, you should still be able to progress unless you're high intermediate or advanced as a lifter.
    2) You've...
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