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    Haha wow. 3.6x bodyweight is extreme though,...

    Haha wow. 3.6x bodyweight is extreme though, she's a real outlier.
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    Good luck bussy

    Good luck bussy
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    Yep, adding 55 kg to my max won't be quick. At...

    Yep, adding 55 kg to my max won't be quick.
    At the very least this should motivate me to improve my posture and posterior chain health.
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    Thanks Anthony. Part of me knows that I'm...

    Thanks Anthony.

    Part of me knows that I'm pulling a round number out of my ass. If I lived in the US my goal would be 400 lb and that'd be a lot easier! Maybe I should move first :)
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    Squat: How ambitious is 200 kg / 440 lb ?

    I'd like to set an ambitious squat goal and there's something appealing about a round 200 kg figure, but I don't have a good grasp on how difficult that'll be or if it's realistic for me.

    I'm 6'1,...
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    Figuring out when you finish digesting just...

    Figuring out when you finish digesting just complicates things. Not eating for 24 hours would be a 24 hour fast. That might include 1-5 hours of digestion depending on the person and what they ate....
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    Maybe, but it has no bearing on weather it's a...

    Maybe, but it has no bearing on weather it's a good way to cook or not.
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    Food & Fine Motor Skills

    Wondering if anyone has any observations of food having a good or bad effect on complex co-ordination (e.g. sports, racket skills, balance etc)?

    Sometimes my ball skills are a lot worse than other...
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    File attachments can take a while to get...

    File attachments can take a while to get approved.
    May want to chuck it on Dropbox, Google Drive or similar.
  10. Are barbell or body weight exercises better at...

    Are barbell or body weight exercises better at preparing me to read forum threads where people argue at cross-purposes?
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    Strength training programs (e.g. 5x5) are often...

    Strength training programs (e.g. 5x5) are often designed that you don't reach muscle failure. For those programs free weights make a lot more sense than machines. McGuff doesn't dispute this, and my...
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    That's a very black and white view. Doug McGuff...

    That's a very black and white view. Doug McGuff (Body By Science), where this info seems to be adapted from has spoken about equipment with a bit more nuance. He's not opposed to free weights in many...
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    Are you saying muscular failure under free...

    Are you saying muscular failure under free weights is safe, or that there's no point to reaching muscular failure?
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    So you can do 1 set of 36 pushups? Why not do...

    So you can do 1 set of 36 pushups? Why not do that, then rest a minute, try for another 20. Rest another minute try again. Add sets to add volume. You should be able to bring the rest down or...
  15. Thread: Fasted Running

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    Only way to know for sure is to try it. My guess...

    Only way to know for sure is to try it. My guess would be that if you set out with a decent amount of glycogen you'll be fine. Meaning, if you're 30 hours into a fast, and before fasting you did a...
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    Partial pullups while recovering?

    About 3 weeks ago I strained a tendon where the bicep comes into the elbow. It was fairly painful doing day to day stuff and I even avoided carrying general objects in that arm.

    It's recovered...
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    Sprinting is cardio. You cannot run fast without...

    Sprinting is cardio. You cannot run fast without your CV system being very involved.

    If you mean "Chronic Cardio" I consider that to be at a point where you're doing more harm than good. Here's a...
  18. Thread: plateau

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    Magicmerl I think the OP means a strength...

    Magicmerl I think the OP means a strength plateau, not a weight loss one.

    King of Turtles what do you mean by 45 and 35?
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    Good idea, my core strength needs some...

    Good idea, my core strength needs some maintenance.

    I did 3m:10s this afternoon.

    I'll try to get that up to 5 minutes.
  20. If it's something you really want to do, then do...

    If it's something you really want to do, then do it. I don't think a single marathon when you're 29* will do too much damage.
    If you were starting from a low level of fitness or you wanted to do...
  21. Mark imagine you were thinking of joining...

    Mark imagine you were thinking of joining CrossFit for the first time now and talking to your future self about it.
    Here's how I see the conversation going:

    Mark: I'm thinking of starting...
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    I'd still like some anthropological evidence on...

    I'd still like some anthropological evidence on whether or not Grok started counting his 10 seconds rest as soon as he stopped ;)
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    With Tabata sprints, do people tend to wait until...

    With Tabata sprints, do people tend to wait until they come to a stop before starting the count of 10 seconds rest?
    I ask because at that speed it takes me about 3 seconds to stop and I don't want...
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    Glycogen doesn't "run around the body" — it's...

    Glycogen doesn't "run around the body" — it's glucose (sugar) stored in the muscle and liver. I guess it can move from the liver to the blood stream, but in this context we're talking more about the...
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    I think the idea is that post-workout the...

    I think the idea is that post-workout the carbohydrate is more likely to replace muscle glycogen and get stored in a useful way. Pre-workout you may already have near-full glycogen stores and fat...
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