外围体育投注My left femur clicks when I walk. My left leg has always been a bit weaker than my right, but I can't seem to turn on my glutes enough to really extend either of my hips to an open position. The left is both weaker and tighter than my right. Bridges, rolling, lifting, stretching, and chiropractic adjustment are a few things I have tried without avail. My massage therapist doesn't find any restrictions coming from my hip flexors so now I am quite lost on how to attack this problem. Thoughts??
外围体育投注Hi guys. I recently starting doing cardio excercises. However, I only have time to workout right after bed at 10 pm. I read that you should always eat after a workout but I don't like to eat right before I go to bed. I was wondering if this was safe?
I'm a flabby 172 lbs, 6', and I can't seem to either lose the flab or gain significant amounts of muscle. I won't be going to a gym anytime soon but I've previously upheld home workout routines (bodyweight and dumbells) that lasted for months. I always get discouraged, however, after about 6-12 weeks when the results stop showing yet I can't increase the difficulty any more. I've spent 6 months keeping strict keto, I can water-only fast for extended periods, I realized I was going to die fat like the rest of my family back in 2011 and lost 60 lbs in 90 days (90lbs all told). So, I have the willpower to make myself do anything, but I can't seem to figure out what I should be doing. Can you point me in the right direction?
外围体育投注I'm not sure if I should be trying to lose the flab and tone up, then build some more muscle, or whether I should be trying to gain some muscle first to raise my REE. I tend to want to focus on strength training and bodyweight exercises but honestly I just feel like I'm flailing now.
外围体育投注Diet: I tend to eat a lot of meat, vegetables, and fat, not the best macros but not the worst. I don't really eat sugar, large amounts of bread, soda, etc. I've, as I said, transformed my diet and gone strict keto (for multiple reasons) which seemed to work ok, but honestly it was such an inconvenience on my family that I don't want to maintain the lifestyle. I've also, gone for long periods (years?) intermittent fasting but my body seems to happily adjust to whatever I try so that I maintain a flabby 172 with no meaningful amounts of muscle.
What the heck should I be doing? Should I lose the flab? gain muscle? more cardio? more weights? HIIT? fewer calories? more protein? Someone point me in the right direction before I end up bald 😂
外围体育投注Hi! I don't want to bore with too many details, but the gist of it is that I've recently been wanting to have more energy and move more.
Thing is, I kinda have to start from square 1 because I've never done any sports nor gone to the gym and always been somewhat (naturally) underweight. I've also barely moved the past two years or so because of a gap year first and covid second.
外围体育投注I'm primarily looking to jog/run to build up a better condition, and core muscle training because of hyperflexibility (and also, the idea of being strong is fun).
The thing I'm curious about is how I should combine the two and how off-days should work etc. I've heard doing cardio the same day as muscle-building exercises isn't a good idea, and conflicting information on rest days.
外围体育投注If it is of any importance, I'm in my early twenties. Also, this got longer than intended. Whoops.
外围体育投注This is something I literally don't understand about health and fitness and am hoping someone can explain how this is possible.
My dad has been doing marathons for a couple of years, and did a half iron man recently.
外围体育投注But why does he still have a pot belly and how do I prevent myself from getting one too? Is it just genetic, or should I just be doing only weight lifting and not running to get a pot belly?
外围体育投注My dad is 52 years old. (He doesn't run marathons quickly, he walks part of them, but still)
外围体育投注I workout minimum of four (4) days a week for an hour or more, lower body, upper body, repeat with pyramid sets.
What I have in mind right now is to replace, at least, two (2) of those into velocity days (high reps, low weight, fast and controlled movements).
Would this be an effective way of training?
I'm already fit, lean, but sized up with muscles. My goal is to be able to do quick and explosive movements for such things like dancing and acrobats, but still have muscles to show and to not be so skinny looking. Longstory short: grey perfect area of fitness.