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  1. Please. Everyone knows Grok used machines and...

    Please. Everyone knows Grok used machines and lifted weights verrrry slowly to maximize time under tension. ;)
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    I did Krav for about a year before I busted my...

    I did Krav for about a year before I busted my shoulder up. It's rough, but it's controlled rough. They pair you with people your size and experience. The instructors (if they're good) keep a...
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    so for 3 weeks, you've been sprinting and doing...

    so for 3 weeks, you've been sprinting and doing bodyweight workouts? Uh, sorry, but the changes you're experiencing aren't due to increased testosterone production. You're just in your 20's.
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    Here's another thing you could do: (and I'm with...

    Here's another thing you could do: (and I'm with Rich, keep squatting). take a lacrosse ball. Sit on the floor and cross your right leg over your left and sit on the lacrosse ball. Go back and...
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    You should work on mobility as well. Foam roll...

    You should work on mobility as well. Foam roll your groin muscles. Foam roll your IT band. Use a lacrosse ball on your glutes (sit on it and roll). Rest is good, I fully support that, but you...
  6. I've tried, but I can't eat for several hours...

    I've tried, but I can't eat for several hours before a game or I'll puke when I hit the ice. I'm a goalie and it's lots of up down activity, sprawling on the ice etc. Even a banana is too much and...
  7. I eat moderately low carb, certainly not VLC and...

    I eat moderately low carb, certainly not VLC and not ketosis, and I tried to play ice hockey on a moderate carb day and nearly passed out. I take Gu before a game and continue with Gatorade during...
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    I prefer med ball slams, but I've got a 25 lb...

    I prefer med ball slams, but I've got a 25 lb ball that's pretty hard and my wife would be pissed if I slammed it into the wall!

    You pick up the ball and elevate it above your head. Slam it. ...
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    Uh, no. I have no problem with mobility as well...

    Uh, no. I have no problem with mobility as well as stretching, and foam rolling etc is part of my routine, but there are plenty of reasons to stretch, especially if you have a sports-specific reason...
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    I'm an ice hockey goalie in a rec league. Darn...

    I'm an ice hockey goalie in a rec league. Darn tootin' I stretch. On days I'm not on the ice, I stretch after my workout when the muscles are nice and warm. Mostly static stretching. When I play...
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    I don't agree. Most kettlebell resources say men...

    I don't agree. Most kettlebell resources say men should start with a 16kg (1 pood) bell. You need to get technique and form down first and 24kg is too heavy to learn propor form.

    I say buy the...
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    go to elitefts.net and ask this in the Q&A...

    go to elitefts.net and ask this in the Q&A section there. They'll point you in the right direction.
  13. You could have exercise induced asthma. That...

    You could have exercise induced asthma. That happens to me sometimes (I'm asthmatic generally and certain exercise exacerbates it).
  14. 1) You are not putting yourself at risk of...

    1) You are not putting yourself at risk of excessive inflammation or tissue damage jogging 4-6x week for 1/2 an hour. Full stop.

    That said,

    2) Jogging 4-6 times a week for 1/2 an hour is the...
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    that's cool, but it's a little self limiting. I...

    that's cool, but it's a little self limiting. I don't think you'd set a world record doing a flying kick rather than the flop. I doubt the diet had anything to do with it as much as the lack of a...
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    To think that this board used to be supportive. ...

    To think that this board used to be supportive. I guess the asshats have won.
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    So what? I don't do that in the gym, and his...

    So what? I don't do that in the gym, and his form sucked. You put something on the web like that you're either being a douchebag and showing off (though 265 is nothing to brag about) or you're...
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    Wow, you are a douchebag. You are correct, it...

    Wow, you are a douchebag. You are correct, it was more your upper back. You looked like you were going to be pushed into the floor with what I consider a warm up lift. Come back to me when you can...
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    If that is you in the vid, your form needs some...

    If that is you in the vid, your form needs some work. You're rounding your back as you come out of the hole. keep your head up more and arch your back a bit more. You may need to do some lower...
  20. If you are doing it because you enjoy doing it,...

    If you are doing it because you enjoy doing it, then no. Jogging for 30 minutes will not raise your cortisol levels or cause inflammation. Chronic cardio is long, generally over an hour. Make sure...
  21. I suspect your grip strength just caught up. ...

    I suspect your grip strength just caught up. While I could see having a weak link could cause you to stall or pull slower, thereby causing you to hold the weight longer, thereby causing your grip to...
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    I don't disagree with that. But if you can do it...

    I don't disagree with that. But if you can do it for a minute, it ain't sprinting. I'm not saying one can't sprint on a treadmill. It's difficult, but not impossible (by difficult, I mean...
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    No. Context is not important. There are people...

    No. Context is not important. There are people who cannot sprint. I get that. But sprinting is not running a 10 minute mile for any period of time as one of the posters above said. I am fat and...
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    Again, this is not sprint training. When Mark...

    Again, this is not sprint training. When Mark talks about sprints, it's all out. 6.0 mph is a fast jog. And nobody can sprint for a minute. This is a fine interval program, but not sprinting.
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    you may need to dial back the running a little...

    you may need to dial back the running a little until you become more fat adaptive.
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