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I got 6 weeks to lose 6 kilos, it should be easy and i want to lose them asap.
What's your best way of preparing chicken and broccoli?
- Roast it as is
- Roast it with a rub/coating
Im curious about these artificial sweetners in my fav drink coke zero. At work everyone telling me it will stop me from losing weight because the sweetness spikes insulin or something. I dont have an education all i know is code and like to lift weights. This chemistry food stuff is...
Trying to grow quads with squats and leg extensions. Squat routine is going great but leg extensions suck. I’m currently doing 8 working sets of 9 reps at 40 Kg for leg extensions but seem to have plateaued. Should I go heavier for less sets and reps or back off weight and up reps and sets?
I know the principle of overload when applied to compound exercises involving the large muscle groups but does it still apply to the same extent for isolation exercises? I would have thought that there must be a limit to how much small muscles can grow so overload becomes ineffective after...
I’m a 71 year old male who still works out to maintain strength. My questions are ‘How many squat reps and sets and at what % of body weight are appropriate for someone my age’ and ‘At what squat weight (%BW) should I start using a belt’. Answers from someone of similar age welcome but all...
Thе kеу tо a healthy dіеt is tо eat the rіght аmоunt оf саlоrіеѕ for hоw асtіvе you аrе ѕо you bаlаnсе the energy уоu соnѕumе with the еnеrgу уоu uѕе.
If you еаt оr drink mоrе than уоur body nееdѕ, уоu'll рut on weight bесаuѕе thе еnеrgу уоu dо nоt use іѕ stored as fat. If уоu еаt аnd drink...
So i trained heavy deadlifts yesterday doing 190kg 3x3s. the first two sets felt so good. felt like i could maybe rep out 1-2 more reps but didnt push it. I rested 6 minutes between sets and then on the third set the first rep felt good, second felt super heavy and the third i could only get the...
I’m after some advice/tips on weight lifting belts as I have never owned or used one before and am not an experienced bodybuilder.
At what sort of weight do you start using a belt for your heavy compound lifts and does it stop you building a stronger core?
Any advice/tips would be...
Hi I’ve been doing a routine for quite a while now every few days and was looking for exercise to try on the days I have off. I only had only been using dumbbells but have recently bought a curl bar and up the weight for a few exercises, I’m also looking to by a bench and straight bar soon...
I'm looking for reccomendations for a qualified nutritionist preferably in western sydney. Penrith/hawkesbury area. As opposed to an online coach.
I'm looking to lose a bit of weight and improve my gut health for the long term.
I understand calories in vs out and protein/fat/carb ect...
I often hear Calories In vs Calories Out when referring to weight loss.
Is this actually true?
Is it really that simple or do other factors play a role?
Is it a sustainable realistic long term method to control weight?
Please qualify your answers with some evidence of why it works or why it...
I hadnt squatted in 2 months due to leg surgery... i did two squat sessions last week but now ive had to have surgery on my hand... is there a way i can continue to squat? Would the squat safety bar be ideal... or should i just keep it simple with body weight squats?
Ps anyone have any...
Not all calories are created equal.
Different foods go through different metabolic pathways in your body.
1. Whole Eggs
2. Leafy Greens
4. Cruciferous Vegetables
5. Lean Beef and Chicken Breast
6. Boiled Potatoes
8. Beans and Legumes
10. Cottage Cheese
Due to popular belief these to exercises are not the same and one is a bastardised form of the other due to people being impatient and trying to add weight before perfecting form.
the SLDL is an example of an exercise where you must start light as opposed the the Ukrainian version.
due to the...
Been going to the gym on and off for approximately 10 years on and off while juggling footy/family.
I have put on a fair bit of weight and decided to focus on weight training, 5 days a week, workout would consists of the following: