The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    I remember reading an article in a UK journal on...

    I remember reading an article in a UK journal on the topic of the 'Effects of temperature differences on performance' (or something like that), a while back.

    It basically summarised that it was...
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    Ha, only just noticed this... I love the fact...

    Ha, only just noticed this...

    I love the fact that the only way you can get input on this thread is with half-assed attacks on the way I write... :D

    For the record, I write using 'long words'...
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    Oh, and i've got NO idea what you're on about...

    Oh, and i've got NO idea what you're on about with that one... :confused:
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    PowermanDL, the bottom line is that we're in...

    PowermanDL, the bottom line is that we're in fundamental disagreement. My OPINION is that 'Intensity' (in my interpretation of the word as that of including various factors, one of the more important...
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    In response to PowermanDL The commonly...

    In response to PowermanDL


    The commonly accepted definition of intensity is the current force output wrt maximal force output, or in basic terms the % of the 1RM.

    Deal with it.

    Well, it...
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    Ha, oh, and thanks to 'jack_of_all' for the...

    Ha, oh, and thanks to 'jack_of_all' for the English lesson... I won't need to finish my Literature degree now... And why exactly did you feel the need to reprint my post? Why the hell would I want to...
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    In response to PowermanDL Point #1 - Intensity...

    In response to PowermanDL

    Point #1 - Intensity isn't a key factor, because intensity is % of 1RM. What you're talking about (quality of subjective workload) is defined as intensiveness.

    As...
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    Really? Explain this to me. And use big words,...

    Really? Explain this to me.
    And use big words, I'm sorta slow when it comes to this stuff. PowermanDL


    So you're implying that i'm wrong, I take it? Intensity ISN'T a key factor with...
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    wow gary great post, you basically said the EXACT...

    wow gary great post, you basically said the EXACT same thing thats been posted 100 times. go back and read and i did explain my main pointwhich contradicted zygotes main point. read the whoooooole...
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    hahha zygote i almost pisssed myself reading...

    hahha zygote i almost pisssed myself reading ytour posts, your absolutely clueless man. "The One"


    What a ridiculous comment.

    What exactly was so funny about Zygote's posts that you 'almost...
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    You've kind of answered your own question there,...

    You've kind of answered your own question there, in regards to your lack of cardio. If you're maintaining your previous calorific intake when you were doing a lot of sport/cardio, now you're not...
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    If you're correcting your 'muscle imbalances',...

    If you're correcting your 'muscle imbalances', adding some flexibility components to your training will be highly beneficial.

    'Tight' pecs are fairly common - add some PNF style streching (i.e....
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