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    You're right. They magically work zero muscles...

    You're right. They magically work zero muscles...
  • it's this -...

    it's this - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/116inC4Xo5Dlyc9lK2rYPF9bqWQ6hCcGJHAMl0wJsyto/edit#gid=0
    don't think its one of yours, unless it's a very old one I'm not aware of
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    Full body 6 days a week is the wya to go. ...

    Full body 6 days a week is the wya to go.

    Heavy bands are extremely useful for push ups, Leg work, back work
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    I should have linked the world meter thing...

    I should have linked the world meter thing earlier been ghosting this thread and checking that daily as an okay source of updates.

    This is pure speculation but if you compare the death rate in the...
  • 2 isn't always applicable. I squats moderate wide...

    2 isn't always applicable. I squats moderate wide stance with straighter toes, if I point toes out I get excessive knee cave
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    I would eat at roughly maintenance while you...

    I would eat at roughly maintenance while you don't have gym access or a slight surplus. Then a small surplus when you can lift again
  • Sure but that's presuming what you think is an...

    Sure but that's presuming what you think is an issue is actually an issue.
    It also relies on having a good GP. Most are, but I'm sure we have all known plenty who failed to refer something on when...
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    How tall are you OP, what training did you do...

    How tall are you OP, what training did you do while losing the weight and what gains were made number wise?




    Reported for uneccessarry dickishness,
    Don't bother posting if you've got...
  • Except some of us are. Also doctors as in GPs...

    Except some of us are.

    Also doctors as in GPs are less likely on average to have a vested interest in gaining knowledge of lifting specific injury/issue, because it's a tiny tiny section of what...
  • You may be trying to squat with too narrow a...

    You may be trying to squat with too narrow a Stance for your hips, hard to say without a video though.

    More range of motion is generally preferable for hypertrophy.
  • Don't see the issue

    Don't see the issue
  • Anywhere between 4 and 20 reps. Across whatever...

    Anywhere between 4 and 20 reps. Across whatever set range fits your programming.

    The most important thing is progress
  • Except it doesn't. Because it artificially limits...

    Except it doesn't. Because it artificially limits load.
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    thats one week, where's the rest] nvm i saw...

    thats one week, where's the rest]

    nvm i saw the add 5lbs a week

    I don't think set progression is a great idea ever
  • deadlifts are good, a more direct squat carry...

    deadlifts are good, a more direct squat carry over would be weighted step-ups

    You don't need to worry about your "cns", ever.
    It's just building strength in general,
    whatever regression,...
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    well depends, you could define mass as fat and...

    well depends, you could define mass as fat and muscle (and water weight, glycogen, bone etc).

    or you could just define it as muscle mass
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    I don't think there's much point trying to...

    I don't think there's much point trying to understand the lunatic.

    the statement appears to make the following claims. hard sets of 8-12 count as "heavy weight"
    Heavy weight builds muscle

    hard...
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    And the irrelevant quote is for?

    And the irrelevant quote is for?
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    Why would it be to many carbs? As long as you can...

    Why would it be to many carbs? As long as you can still get the protein and fat you need
  • It doesn't really. Slow eccentrics are sometimes...

    It doesn't really. Slow eccentrics are sometimes used for technique work but don't offer much in terms of hypertrophy
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