Search:

Type: Posts; User: TolerantLactose

Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.04 seconds; generated 13 minute(s) ago.

  • It may help with exertions of 45-75s in duration,...

    It may help with exertions of 45-75s in duration, like sports where there are bursts of activity and lulls. Not as useful for resistance training where most sets are less than 30s.
  • Replies
    5
    Views
    136

    Shows what I know. No, I wouldn't go with one...

    Shows what I know.

    No, I wouldn't go with one movement per workout unless you mean one movement per movement pattern.
  • You might be over 20%, in my inexpert opinion....

    You might be over 20%, in my inexpert opinion. You should be able to put on muscle while maintaining weight. I wouldn't gain weight though. 38.5 in waist is the red flag for me.
  • Replies
    5
    Views
    136

    Was this one exercise bench press?

    Was this one exercise bench press?
  • Replies
    3
    Views
    179

    Revisit your old threads. Good replies there.

    Revisit your old threads. Good replies there.
  • It's called focus. You should try it some time.

    It's called focus. You should try it some time.
  • Any program you can stick to for more than a week...

    Any program you can stick to for more than a week would be pretty good.
  • Replies
    9
    Views
    471

    If I'm cutting, I chop $5/day off the top. If I...

    If I'm cutting, I chop $5/day off the top. If I stall, I drop $1/day until I start losing again.
  • I feel like I'm cheating on my knee sleeves when...

    I feel like I'm cheating on my knee sleeves when I use wraps.
  • Then pelican push ups would probably be beyond...

    Then pelican push ups would probably be beyond your ability. Try chin ups.
  • Are you new to exercising?

    Are you new to exercising?
  • No need to rehash what has been said already. ...

    No need to rehash what has been said already.



    Most people don't progress to unassisted one-arm chin ups because they're hard and they're hard on shoulders and elbows. It's not possible to...
  • Replies
    11
    Views
    438

    No, just don't extend purposely. That's a bad...

    No, just don't extend purposely. That's a bad cue. An unintended compensation for overextension can be butt wink.
  • Replies
    11
    Views
    438

    Rounding is flexion. You're extending.

    Rounding is flexion. You're extending.
  • Replies
    11
    Views
    438

    Same problem as with your unweighted. You're...

    Same problem as with your unweighted. You're extending your back.
  • Replies
    13
    Views
    290

    Good luck. There's no surefire fix and anything...

    Good luck. There's no surefire fix and anything that does work will take weeks to months to do the job.
  • The bad habits at 20 become too hard to ignore...

    The bad habits at 20 become too hard to ignore after a couple of decades of accumulation.
  • Replies
    11
    Views
    438

    You're extending your back with the unweighted...

    You're extending your back with the unweighted squat. Your front squat looks fine. There's no need to go that deep but knock yourself out if it's not causing back or hip issues.
  • You're a grown up. You can eat whatever you want.

    You're a grown up. You can eat whatever you want.
  • Replies
    27
    Views
    3,383

    Never mind whether or not it exists. Why would...

    Never mind whether or not it exists. Why would you think a tiny drop in calories from where you were plateaued (ie. no weight change) would suddenly cause a catastrophic change in your metabolism?
  • Results 1 to 20 of 82
    Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4