hey everyone i am new to weight lifting and excercise my current routine is the bodyweight every evening then i do 5 sets of 5 reps bench press 5 sets of 5 reps preacher curl and bicycle crunches til…Continue
"The bar should be mid-shin level, that means finding something to prop it up is important.
The 5 x 5 works well physiologically, but not so well phsychologically, it generally lacks that motivating feel-good "pump" what the more…"
"If you rest properly (3-4 minutes between sets) and you have eaten well and are fueled up for your work out, then you can achieve sets of the same weight and same rep. So I'm saying, if you can do 10 reps on your first set with X weight,…"
"I believe the point behind it is that you don't work to failure every set. Yes you could do more reps on the first set but it wears you out faster and ends with you doing less in the long run. I think working to failure also leads to more…"
"I don't understand 5 x 5. If in the third go with this weight you can do 5, then it means in the first go you could do 10 and in the last go you can only do 3. Because muscle tires. So how do people do the same amount of reps in every go? I…"
"and bro sorry about the punctuation i have always been horrible about it ,it has been a problem for me i know its a simple thing to learn but i never really learned it but i am going back to college now and english 1010 should fix it i am sorry it…"
"sorry guys , i am just trying to get functional strength my weight is 157 and im 5"7
i do my bodyweight routine and my lifts everyday my bodyweight excercises are bicycle crunches til failure 25 pushups 30 dips 15 one legged squats i have a…"
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From my previous post, I mentioned that I am currently a temp for a corporation. This past week my boss said they want me in for a permanent position. It looks like I'll be getting hired as a permanent employee. I would greatly want a higher salary though. As a temp I'm getting $20/hr without the benefits. The employees who currently work there started off as temps. I asked around and they said their hourly rate went up when they became permanent employees.My question is, how reasonable of an…See More