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I was thinking about some of the smaller PDFs that are on his site that you can only access if you are a member. Thanks for uploading Juggernaut Method 2.0. Very appreciated.
I meant to tag "11354" in my above post and not "11348".
no weights gives no muscle. very least, you need bodyweight. look into that
Brotein == brotein (except for the amino acid profiles, but that doesn't really matter for now)
It's not that only protein powder contains protein. You could also just eat eggs or meat or drink plain old milk (34g of the sweet stuff in a litre)
If you're getting some protein powder, get it from myprotein.com or bulkpowders.co.uk - cheaper than ON and just as good. Some anon did a study on how much protein some powders really contained and ON, BP and MP came out as the best, while some others contained nearly no protein at all.
But if you have the money, go for ON. Take 0-30min after your work-outs and on rest days. Watch your macros, make sure to get plenty of protein from other sources too.
I'm not a member. That shit's kind of a pricey monthly fee.
Oh ok. Thanks anyway.
Could be from your glutes being too tight. Try to stretch them daily.
General lack of physical activity (naturally coupled with spending time in front of the computer, sitting in an unhealthy position) can cause this problem. I suffered from it as well back when I was spending 8+ hours in front of the PC. It was unbearable. I got rid of it when I got out of the house (first time in weeks back then). I haven't had a relapse of the pain since then.
Long walks and jogging definitely helps in your situation, but don't put too much weight on your back with strenuous exercises.
And definitely see a doctor if your problem doesn't go away, you just can't be too careful when it comes to your spine.
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op i'd just go with protein powder, generally the fancier and more expensive a supplement is, the more bullshit it's loaded up with
you can by creatine and dextrose seperately and save a lot of money
I had a similar lower back pain from having a desk job, and sitting at least 12 hours a day.
The problem lessened when adding upper-back support to my chair using a thick towel. It was random experimentation that led to this but that's what worked, why I couldn't tell you.
It's only $7/month, but right now, they've only got 13 members-only articles. Doesn't really seem to be worth it when you can read half of the articles even when not a member. Such as the one about Westside written by Chad. It details exactly what he would do. The only thing not available to non-members is his 12-week template of how he would program it.
Do you wear belts? A belt can put a lot of pressure on your lower back. I had severe back pain every morning for a year until I realized the problem was my pants were too baggy and I was wearing a belt tightly to cinch them up. I have since tossed those pants and got proper fitting ones so I don't have to wear a belt so tight.
Go to sleep on the weekend without an alarm clock , and remember what time you approximately went to sleep, then when you wake up that day find out what hour.
That time is your desired sleep interval.
Mine is 6 hours, but I get like 4-5 so I'm usually tired during the week.
Just do these you're working out your entire body.
>the less fat the better.
I'm going to have to disagree. The more healthier fats the better. It helps you make yourself feel more full and filled than you would if you went on a no-fat diet. Of course, for consuming healthy fats there's always a limit on how much you consume especially on losing weight.
Combine it with exercise and you're good to go
Well it looks good so far but I wish I can see your feet. Make sure your footing is shoulder-width apart and your feet straight forward.
Also, when lowering yourself inhale slowly, and then.. When you push yourself upwards explode and exhale. Repeat.
Mh, no. You're just working chest, triceps and legs with that. You need the pull-ups too al the very least.
Hi guys, so I've got a small problem. I'm working on reaching 100 situps. I'd tell you how many I can do now, but that's just the problem: it varies wildly.
Last week I charted my numbers at 80, and could have gone a little farther, This week, I've been stuck at 50 or less.
You skipped half the sentence:
>For Tilapia specifically,
It's not known for good fats, so get lower-fat Tilapia.
Can someone share Mastery Of Hand Strength? Seems to be the best book on improving your grip.