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of course the body knows. and why do people always say 'slow and controlled manner'? I rather power the weight up than drop 50lbs to do it slow
bradley, milk even when cutting?
um...I highly doubt that :) but i wouldn't mind learning about it if you have any references
as for lifting when sick: remember you are training for performance, ie trying to perform the best you...
ok then here...hit yourself with this steel bar :thumbup:
being sore isn't the goal dudes...
I can hit you with a steel bar and you'd be sore
you're right it wasn't olympic full squat
nice website this one :)
burn and pump has no correlation to how successful your workout was :/ stick with the compounds ie military/handstand
I would have thought you'd want more complex carbs to release energy throughout duration of your workout
with the high GI wouldn't you get tired before the end of your w/o?
upright row no good...people just do them in the gym without knowing the forces on the rotator cuffs
have you tried handstand pushups
what do you guys think about the routine saying high GI carbs pre workout? I don't agree :/
you could also try tate presses. just an alternative. it mixes pressing and extension
From what I learnt, decline doesn't work anything that flat bench doesn't. makes sense I think, with the muscle group positioning :/
yes.....very nice to know
now tell me something about the nutrition, as was in the question :)
You say to eat for HIIT like you're eating for a weights session
so protein and carbs beforehand, and after HIIT, straightaway protein and simple sugars?
soz if this has been answered...I read...
a calorie is not a calorie!
your shins shouldn't really move either
(don't like exrx)
so what fat sources?
olive oil, nuts, fish oils? is that all that's needed?
well...it'd make sense that if you can digest more of the food, less will get wasted when you do a no. 2
just wanted to know because most of the bb grub i eat isn't very appetizing, so..yea