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  1. You can also vary the tempo of the set, start off...

    You can also vary the tempo of the set, start off slow and then speed up as you start to feel the burn, the idea is to get the lactic acid to build up
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    I am guessing it it probably something wrong with...

    I am guessing it it probably something wrong with your browser settings like cookies or plugins.

    Maybe your java needs an update?

    Try using a different browser
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    I was under the belief that this was true up...

    I was under the belief that this was true up until recently however the whole testosterone drops and cortisol rises after one hour does not appear to really matter and in fact levels of cortisol can...
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    I have read that DB is 80-85% of what you can do...

    I have read that DB is 80-85% of what you can do with a barbell but if you are at the end of your cycle you might want to test it out and see
  5. Working and getting old! why would you do a silly...

    Working and getting old! why would you do a silly thing like that.

    Good to see another HST Expert return, Blade was on here the other day, now just don't go back to hiding out in your Bangladesh...
  6. Hey Dan, Welcome back, What have you been up...

    Hey Dan,

    Welcome back, What have you been up to? you kinda disappeared

    Would be interested to know how you train these days?
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    It depends how severe the tuck is, if it is...

    It depends how severe the tuck is, if it is severe your back will get pulled into flexion which is an issue.

    From what I understand the tuck can be caused by either lack of flexibility in the...
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    Yes really, have another look at where he talks...

    Yes really, have another look at where he talks about using a block under the heels there is a diagram and a paragraph where he goes into more detail.

    He says that putting a block under your heel...
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    Rippetoe specifically says not to put a block...

    Rippetoe specifically says not to put a block under your heels as this will shorten the hamstring leading to a loss of strength.
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    Going left side first is just something to try,...

    Going left side first is just something to try, as you are doing one sided OHP you are probably using other muscles to stabilise the lift.

    As for your poor workout maybe you were just having a bad...
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    I am assuming you did some rehab work when you...

    I am assuming you did some rehab work when you injured your right shoulder, perhaps because of this you have slightly more stability in it.

    Also do you always go right side first? maybe try going...
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    The calculator can be found on the home page: ...

    The calculator can be found on the home page:

    http://www.hypertrophy-specific.com/hst_index.html

    Welcome back
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    Yeah thanks I have looked at that too, think it...

    Yeah thanks I have looked at that too, think it is the UK version which you can download online
  14. These were untrained individuals so even the...

    These were untrained individuals so even the lightest load would provide enough stimulus for their muscles to grow, over the longer term I think the results would be quite different.
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    Yes thanks, I have seen it on iTunes, however I...

    Yes thanks, I have seen it on iTunes, however I have neither an iPhone or iPad
  16. Physiologically speaking my opinion(unqualified...

    Physiologically speaking my opinion(unqualified opinion) is that the best way to preserve muscle is by doing what is best to put it on in the first place i.e HST

    I think as long as you are eating...
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    Thanks Bryan, I am in Australia so don't think...

    Thanks Bryan,

    I am in Australia so don't think I will find it in a magazine store to check it out.

    I managed to get someone to buy the first issue with your article in it(the one with Arnie on...
  18. Maybe if you are new to lifting, however if you...

    Maybe if you are new to lifting, however if you have been lifting for a little while then you probably won't gain much eating at maintenance unless you have very good genetics
  19. Yes you are going to have to up your calories to...

    Yes you are going to have to up your calories to meet the energy requirements from all your exercising

    As you are not going to be in a calories deficit (assuming you eat for maintenance) then...
  20. What are you trying to do? Bulk, Cut or Maintain?...

    What are you trying to do? Bulk, Cut or Maintain?

    There is a post that has been made into a sticky about cutting above if that is what you are trying to do
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    Rep speed will decrease But you kind of just...

    Rep speed will decrease

    But you kind of just have to do it by feel, which requires a bit of experience
  22. Thread: HST questions

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    I edited your post in the quote above so it is a...

    I edited your post in the quote above so it is a bit easier to read, there is a post in the FYI section of this forum about fixing this problem(I am assuming you didn't type it as posted?)

    anyways...
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    This is known as zig-zagging and is fine as long...

    This is known as zig-zagging and is fine as long as you don't repeat the weights too much.

    The other option is to use the same weight for multiple workouts for example start at 80lbs and use it...
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    Find an ab exercise you can progress on and train...

    Find an ab exercise you can progress on and train it like any other exercise (cable crunches for example)if you really want to train abs directly.

    However the abs get worked from exercises where...
  25. Thread: Hst: Beginner

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    I suggest you look at compound exercises, by the...

    I suggest you look at compound exercises, by the sounds of it you are planning to do a lot of different exercises to hit each body part which may not be suitable once you start to get into the...
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