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This is a discussion on Ask: The Forum's Fitness Freaks! within the Health and Fitness forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; Originally Posted by Aluminum Frost Hitting every muscle in a day, but only doing a fraction of the reps If ...

  1. #901

    Quote Originally Posted by Aluminum Frost View Post
    Hitting every muscle in a day, but only doing a fraction of the reps
    If you don't train for strength and you just train for hypertrophy it probably wouldn't be necessary. However, if it doesn't put you over your maximum recoverable volume for each muscle group it won't hurt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soop View Post
    No it would not.

    Incorrect. Catching a sudden weight requires your body to absorb and incredible amount of shock.
    *sigh* That's a matter of opinion isn't it. Liniments and tendons are designed to take a shock load, that is: They're designed to act like a spring and bounce back when a stress is applied to it. Joints however are like an oiled machine part that has a non-stick coating applied to the bones. Put a high level of weight on it and the joints press together and begin wearing on the non-stick part of the bone (the cartilage). That's why I was saying I'm kind of worried about mechanical wear on the joints and the knees specifically.

    I'm not an expert on bio-mechanics or anything but that's really just super basic anatomy knowledge.

    Cool. Weight lifting is good for you and makes your body stronger. That's good to know.

    Don't ask questions when you don't want to consider the answers. If you only want to hear what you want to hear just tell it to yourself and leave other people out of it.
    Hm? I was asking what the point in doing deadlifts were. I read your and another members' response and I think they're not for me so I won't be incorporating them. Are you annoyed that I decided against doing deadlifts or something? lol

    I won't be doing power cleans either, btw. I mentioned cleans because that's just what I preferred in high school and college weight lifting. I'll probably just mostly be doing lifts and raises on leg day.

    I'm actually quite excited to get back into lifting and cycling. Two things I've been neglecting for several years now. At any rate, have a good fitness freaks' day. :)
    Last edited by Scoobyscoob; 08-06-2019 at 07:15 PM.

  3. #903

    Quote Originally Posted by Scoobyscoob View Post
    *sigh* That's a matter of opinion isn't it.
    No its really not. Whether they're designed to deal with it is irrelevant to the fact that it still creates wear and tear. Bones get more dense from lifting due to the muscles pulling against them from resistance training. Thats how muscles work. You bones getting more dense will not cause functional abnormalities...however..


    Cool. Weight lifting is good for you and makes your body stronger. That's good to know.
    ...having your knees adapt to taking so much shock that you rehire knee surgery is not a good thing. At all.


    Hm? I was asking what the point in doing deadlifts were. I read your and another members' response and I think they're not for me so I won't be incorporating them. Are you annoyed that I decided against doing deadlifts or something? lol
    I'm annoyed by you insisting things that aren't true. You even implied you don't use your hips very significantly in a deadlift I mean bruh...come on now.
    I won't be doing power cleans either, btw. I mentioned cleans because that's just what I preferred in high school and college weight lifting. I'll probably just mostly be doing lifts and raises on leg day.
    I don't care what you do, your reasons behind them are not sound, that was my point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soop View Post
    No its really not. Whether they're designed to deal with it is irrelevant to the fact that it still creates wear and tear. Bones get more dense from lifting due to the muscles pulling against them from resistance training. Thats how muscles work. You bones getting more dense will not cause functional abnormalities...however..
    Well, it seems we don't really disagree anymore.

    ...having your knees adapt to taking so much shock that you rehire knee surgery is not a good thing. At all.
    That's not what the article is saying at all. The conclusions states it clearly right there. Weight lifting creates denser ligaments. I was more concerned about actual friction wear caused by a compressed joint/knee causing cartilage to cartilage wear.

    I'm annoyed by you insisting things that aren't true. You even implied you don't use your hips very significantly in a deadlift I mean bruh...come on now.
    I never implied that, but I guess I was being sloppy with my terms. Power cleans are specifically meant to work out the hips. By hips I meant the inner parts of the hips, while deadlifts would work out more of the gluts, which are the outer part of the hips. If you've ever played any sport that requires sudden burst movements (baseball, football, tennis, fencing, volleyball, etc) then you're using your inner hip muscles/flexors.

    So yes, power cleans do work out the hips as that's the main purpose of the lift. To strengthen the hip flexors. Most people consider the gluteus maximus (which are the part of the hip that deadlifts work out) to be part of the butt.

    I don't care what you do, your reasons behind them are not sound, that was my point.
    What have I said that's unsound?

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    How effective is total body training twice a week?


     
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