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post #136 of 46907
Berardi's an idiot.
post #137 of 46907
why, doc said just basic overtraining. maybe a slight tear in pec they want to investigate further.
post #138 of 46907
any recommendation of good workouts i can do at home (other than pushups) for my pec/chest?
post #139 of 46907
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Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post
why, doc said just basic overtraining. maybe a slight tear in pec they want to investigate further.

I've only ever seen that constant pain (and the inflammatory bloat) in hamstrings and knee extensors of endurance athletes, but I guess it's possible for any muscle.

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any recommendation of good workouts i can do at home (other than pushups) for my pec/chest?

Try press-ups.
post #140 of 46907
If I ate like this I would bonk a few minutes into my workout. Do you have a pre workout meal with carbs or anything?

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i deduct grams of soluble fiber.

here is what most days look like:

5 eggs, 2 slices bacon, 1/4 cup blueberries

isopure shake with half&half and water

2 chicken breasts with walnuts and spinach salad

isopure shake with h&h, water

6 oz fish, broccoli, a handful of cashews

isopure again

8-10 oz. steak with spinach salad

lots of water, green and black tea and coffee
post #141 of 46907
i will add some ultra fuel peri and post workout to my shake on training days. i seem to burn fat pretty efficiently.
post #142 of 46907
i may lay off on the chins and push ups everyday as i am sure my chest/back training provides adequate stimulus.

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I've only ever seen that constant pain (and the inflammatory bloat) in hamstrings and knee extensors of endurance athletes, but I guess it's possible for any muscle.



Try press-ups.
post #143 of 46907
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i will add some ultra fuel peri and post workout to my shake on training days. i seem to burn fat pretty efficiently.

How much of each ingredient are you using in your PWO shakes? Do you subscribe to the 2:1 carbrotein ratio I mentioned earlier? I know the consensus is that PWO is when your body will actually benefit from sugar, which is why I've always used a 2:1 Gatorade powder/whey mix for mine.
post #144 of 46907
i use coconut water sometimes, but usually about 50g carbs and 25-40g protein post wo
post #145 of 46907
When doing mixed grip deadlifts, should I alternate over/under to under/over each set or just stick with the most comfortable way?
post #146 of 46907
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When doing mixed grip deadlifts, should I alternate over/under to under/over each set or just stick with the most comfortable way?

Alternating is probably the best idea, at least with the easier sets. Mixed grip puts torque on the spine.
post #147 of 46907
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Bought an iron gym. Can't hang it anywhere. Shitcock.

At least you tried. Set your mind at ease.
post #148 of 46907
Bought Starting Strength off of Amazon. Also locked in a gym buddy for next semester. In the meantime, gonna work on may cardio endurance.
post #149 of 46907
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When doing mixed grip deadlifts, should I alternate over/under to under/over each set or just stick with the most comfortable way?
i stick with the most comfortable way ... and haven't noticed any adverse effects..
post #150 of 46907
I tried to hit the gym twice in one day. Legs in the morning, chest/back in the evening. I'm not ready.
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