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  • 05/31/13--16:33: 11817
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  • 05/31/13--16:33: 11818
  • yeah, i drank more coffee and tried to not go more than 3-4hrs between meals.


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  • 05/31/13--16:33: 11819
  • >>11816

    Can't download from Scribd, can somebody hook me up and upload it to Mediafire, or something like that ? Thanks in advance.


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  • 05/31/13--16:33: 11820
  • Talk to me about muscle ups vs pullups.

    also, when doing pullups, is it bad to swing your legs a bit to give you momentum?


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  • 05/31/13--16:33: 11821
  • swinging your legs is cheating, since you're using momentum to do the pullup rather than using your muscles. I think it's okay though, if you are incapable of doing a single proper pullup, to cheat a bit in order to work towards doing a proper pullup.

    only tried muscle ups once before, but it looks like it'd be great for strength. Doing them on those gymnastic hanging rings looks like those would improve balance as well. I can do weighted pullups no problem, but I tried a muscle up once on hanging rings and could hardly do one proper rep.


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  • 05/31/13--16:33: 11822
  • I wouldn't recommend swinging your legs for momentum. It makes the whole movement more chaotic and so more difficult to keep safe. If you can't yet perform a pull up with proper form, continue to do other exercises that work the same muscles but have a lower threshold for entry, is my recommendation. Rushing into an exercise isn't gonna seem like such a good idea if your shoulder snaps.


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  • 05/31/13--16:33: 11823
  • 100 pushups
    100 sit-ups
    2k run

    Every day and you're gonna be shredded like Zyzz in no time!


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  • 05/31/13--16:33: 11824
  • >>11816
    I'm guessing that's only the sample edition looking at the page length.


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  • 05/31/13--16:33: 11825
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  • 05/31/13--16:33: 11826
  • >>11818
    Why don't you try Intermittent Fasting instead? you won't get dizzy, nor need to eat all the time.
    Eat good food (meat, eggs, vegetables, fruits, cheese, and that's it), try to cook it yourself at home to be in control of what you eat, and when you're not home you just don't feed yourself. And that's it, pretty simple.
    I spend only 3 hours daily in my house, and that's when I eat and work out (in the opposite order of course). Maybe you could do the same. I never feel dizzy, or tired (pretty much the opposite), do fine in college and such.
    This whole hypo-caloric madness has destroyed bodies and minds all around the world dude, give something else a try.


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  • 05/31/13--16:33: 11827
  • Would anyone happen to have Clair Davies' "The Frozen Shoulder Workbook"?

    Would be a great resource toward regaining shoulder mobility for anyone dealing with any sort of shoulder/rotator cuff issues.

    Thanks so much!


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  • 06/01/13--17:16: 11828
  • Power to the people professional and Mastery of hand strength anyone?


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  • 06/01/13--17:16: 11829
  • >>11772

    Thanks, but those page is old, or BS. Or both... I've googled around looking for it for days and have seen pages like that but links are always dead or require passwords.


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  • 06/02/13--21:28: 11830
  • Dubs you stay home, but if subs, you shut down the computer and go out for the day. (work, play, eat, exercise)


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  • 06/02/13--21:28: 11831
  • Rollin'


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  • 06/02/13--21:28: 11832
  • •Muscle, Smoke, and Mirrors: Volume I & 2 by Randy Roach

    •Powerlifting by Dan Austin

    •The Weightlifting Encyclopedia: A Guide to World Class Performance by Arthur J. Drechsler

    •The Sport of Olympic-Style Weightlifting, Training for the Connoisseur by
    Carl Miller

    •Championship Weightlifting, Beyond Muscle Power, The Mental Side of Lifting by
    Tommy Kono 1

    •Weightlifting, olympic style by
    Tommy Kono

    •THE Complete Keys to Progress by John McCallum

    •High-Threshold Muscle Building b
    Christian Thibaudeau

    •Triphasic Training: A systematic approach to elite speed and explosive strength performance by
    Ben Peterson

    •Intervention: Course Corrections for the Athlete and Trainer by
    Dan John

    •Speed Trap: Inside the Biggest Scandal in Olympic History by
    Charlie Francis

    •Charlie Francis Training System by Charlie Francis


    •Periodization Training for Sports - 2nd Edition by Tudor Bompa & Michael Carrera

    •Periodization-5th Edition: Theory and Methodology of Training by
    Tudor Bompa & G. Gregory Haff

    •Special Strength Training: Manual for Coaches by
    Yuri Verkhoshansky & Natalia Verkhoshansky

    •Transfer of Training Vol 2 by
    Anatoliy Bondarchuk

    •Anatomy Trains: Myofascial Meridians for Manual and Movement Therapists by
    Thomas W. Myers

    •Build a Better Athlete: What's Wrong with American Sports and How To Fix It by
    Michael Yessis

    •Secrets of Russian Sports Fitness and Training by
    Michael Yessis

    •Strong Enough? Thoughts from Thirty Years of Barbell Training by
    Mark Rippetoe

    •The Strongest Shall Survive: Strength Training for Football by
    Bill Starr

    •The Training of the Weightlifter by Robert Roman

    •The Purposeful Primitive by Marty Gallagher

    Can any upload some of these great books?


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  • 06/02/13--21:28: 11833
  • Cool thread OP, very nice and fresh idea indeed.


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  • 06/04/13--00:52: 11834
  • >>11832

    Purposeful Primitive
    Training of the Weightlifter
    Building a Better Athlete
    Special Strength Training
    Charlie Francis Training System

    All of these are already in the thread. View the entire thread and search for them.


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  • 06/04/13--00:52: 11835
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  • Any chance that someone has Power Speed Endurance: A Skill-Based Approach to Endurance Training by Brian MacKenzie and Glen Cordoza?


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