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- Mon Mar 20, 2006 4:40 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: results from different programs?
- Replies: 6
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Yoga, on the other hand, seems to be mainly focused on flexibility, so you probably won't get the same core strength gains as you would from pilates. Not sure what "power yoga" is, though, so it might be different than what I'm thinking of. I do 'Yoga For Surfers 2" which claims to be 'Fluid Power ...
Very interesting! I was hesitant when I read it because I've only every workout at at gyms where you don't have to be a member (school, work) so 90% of the people I see work out have no clue what they're doing and I'd hate for them to read something like this.Ryan A wrote:This can be a legit method.
I don't remember where I heard this, but I think quad : ham ratio should be 3 : 2. Also, a way to focus on one more than the other is not just target one (just extra lying leg curls) but target one and then do your squat routine. I'm not sure you should do a targe exercise before a compound exercis...
Second question is whether there's a good exercise for tendonitis besides wrist curls. I've started doing those regularly and using a restrictor and I'e pretty much eliminated the tendinitis in my forearm (from racquetball), but now I'm noticing some tendinitis in the back of the elbow at the base ...
I buy Laura's Lean beef, which claims to be antibiotic and hormone free (and is also incredibly lean!) Hopefully you can find it at your local grocer. There's a lot of histeria nowadays so I think you should be able to find plenty of organic products.
Is there any scientific evidence for the existance of ketosis? I can't find any. I don't need to see scientific studies, but need to at least be able to find them myself (by being referenced through popular literature.)