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    So, due to injury i cant do any barbell squatting for some time, lighter/stiffer deadlifts work fine as do lighter leg presses(if i dont go to deep).

    But the main problem is the squats, ive tried different varieties and Goblet squats works(if i dont go to deep; not below paralell).
    I guees my question is: How effective would they be? I mean, the weight will be so much lower: 30-40kg instead of maybe 3-4 times that. But then again they do feel like they work the back more than "normal" squats with 1.5 or 2x the weight(60-80kg).

    Any thoughts on their effectiveness as a substitue or tips on other knee friendly alternatives?

    ALSO: i did try to search the forum but got error messages so didn't find anything.

    And also: Hi! im new! be nice! And english is not my first or second language, so im sorry if anything is or will be poorly written/sentenced/explained or jut a grammatical horror.

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    Hi, I am newbie and want to ask question about trx so, I was fat, but now I am average and want to build muscles, so my question how many reps and sets I have to do with TRX to gain muscles ?
    P.S. Sorry for my english.
    Thanks

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    thanks for the tips!

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    When doing front squats, is the bar supposed to rest on your collarbones as well as deltoids?

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    Originally Posted by Padraig123 View Post
    When doing front squats, is the bar supposed to rest on your collarbones as well as deltoids?
    Not to a significant degree. The bar pressure should be on the deltoids
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    I have been hitting gym for 2months and I am doing well and feel the strength to be increased.

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    Originally Posted by VoxExMachina View Post
    Not to a significant degree. The bar pressure should be on the deltoids
    Thanks.

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    what is a good starting weight to lift for various exercises? I heard half your weight is good. what do you think? Also for every exercise should i squeeze my abs in or is it just for some like squats?

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    This thread really helps.

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    Great thread.

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    Thanks for this heads up on stuff.

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    Lots of good info all on one page THANKS!

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    Thanks for the replies. It helps in answering some of my questions.

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    What can I do to improve my middle back? Which exercises should I do?

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    I need advise please,

    I have found 21dayfastmassbuilding system the main idea behind the system you cycling diet/workout

    2 weeks heavy Training, 1 week light training they claim it can give best results

    If anyone familiar with this system please advise?

    For beginner which will be best option to get fast muscles/mass train heavy weights use same diet calories all time ? or 2 weeks heavy training 1 week light training will be better?

    please advise thank you very much

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    Need help

    i have 80 pound weight. i want to gain my weight. anybody have any good suggestion for what can i do for it?
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    Originally Posted by jonmax14 View Post
    i have 80 pound weight. i want to gain my weight. anybody have any good suggestion for what can i do for it?
    Eat
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    Hello everybody. I did deadlift about a year ago with heavy weight (for my weight) and I did it with badly curved back. So my back (lower) started to hurt, and it hurts since then sometimes. One doctor said it was alright, other said it was something with my back, most recently doctor said everything was fine. I'm doing push ups now with android "Push Ups" app and sometimes my back hurts, but just a little bit). And sometimes my upper back in left side feels numb or tingling. So my question is, what exercises can I do? I know it's very abstract questions, but I don't know how to ask better. Thanks

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    Smile Great info.

    Fantastic information. Thanks!

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    your workout looks solid mate!!
    keep the good work up!!

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    Really nice post and great piece of information,i like the two points you mentioned in the post:
    How many sets and reps should I do of each exercise?
    How long should I rest between sets?
    Thanks for sharing...

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    Talking

    Here's a few tips that work for u -
    I spend a long time in front of a computer screen. Often I just stare at the monitor for up to 15 seconds while a page load or a document gets printed or whatever it is that the computer is doing.
    When this is happening I lift my hands up over my head and then bring them down. I keep on doing this until the computer has finished whatever it is doing and it requires some input.,. from me.

    u can do it all..

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    Very nice! Will keep this in mind.
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    Originally Posted by Anonimas View Post
    Hello everybody. I did deadlift about a year ago with heavy weight (for my weight) and I did it with badly curved back. So my back (lower) started to hurt, and it hurts since then sometimes. One doctor said it was alright, other said it was something with my back, most recently doctor said everything was fine. I'm doing push ups now with android "Push Ups" app and sometimes my back hurts, but just a little bit). And sometimes my upper back in left side feels numb or tingling. So my question is, what exercises can I do? I know it's very abstract questions, but I don't know how to ask better. Thanks
    Well first off I'd say to try to get a second or third opinion from a specialist. Though, this could mean that your abs are weak compared to your back which create the imbalance so basically your back is strong enough but your abs can't keep up, I suggest you work your abs if you don't and see how you react. Pls don't go crazy and hurt yourself more, don't forget everything as to go with PROGRESSION.

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    Solid post This post gives good idea every new comers....

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    For how long you are considered a begginer when you start lifting???
    What`s the best rep range for a begginer???

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    Originally Posted by markzeus View Post
    Really nice post and great piece of information,i like the two points you mentioned in the post:
    How many sets and reps should I do of each exercise?
    How long should I rest between sets?
    Thanks for sharing...
    The number of sets and reps are dependent on what you need. Re-read the OP.
    You rest as much as you need to. Do not rest too long that you start to feel a kind of lethargic feeling.

    Originally Posted by erre92 View Post
    For how long you are considered a begginer when you start lifting???
    What`s the best rep range for a begginer???
    I would say someone:
    -That has used up their noob gains potential
    -Has enough knowledge to know how to progress and apply this knowledge to their training
    -Is willing to learn new information even though they are experienced.

    Rep range will depend on what you are training for. Re-read the OP,
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    does lifting heavier weights make you grow more?

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    Originally Posted by arjumandyar View Post
    does lifting heavier weights make you grow more?
    It is one way for progressive overload.
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