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aaandy

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  1. Prøv Fairing fra gymgrossisten, har mange smaker på complete protein og sloow..Funker hver gang med disse to:) Prøv også 100% casein fra ON, kanskje litt vanskeligere med disse, men går som regel fint.
  2. Mer som riskrem uten sukker, mindre som smeltet iskrem uten sukker;)
  3. Spiser børges vaniljeris et par ganger i uken allerede:), blir nok oftere frem mot jul:thumbsup: http://myrevolution.no/s/b%C3%B8rges-vanilje-ris/
  4. aaandy

    Tour de France 2012

    contador i grei form tar LETT den gule trøya..å vinne giro de italia med over 5 min er ingen andre i nærheten av..Schlech-gutta har neppe sjans til noe mer enn topp 10,kanskje topp 5 pga krevende tempoetapper hvor de vil tape mye tid. Min nåværende topp 3: 1.Alberto Contador 2. cadel evans 3. Pierre rolland
  5. Jeg liker best å gjøre det slik som dette:whistling: http://www.nrk.no/sport/1.7834121
  6. Høyreps(12-25+rep) gir generelt fyldigere muskler da blodgjennomstrømningen øker...Du bygger generelt større volum også over tid også om repetisjonsintervallet holdes høyt samtidig som du øker vektene fra uke til uke;)
  7. synes denne siden gir et godt innblikk i hvor "langt" du er kommet:) http://www.strstd.com/
  8. Limer inn diskusjonen og analysen av Mr.Berkhan, han er enig med Tor:) The proper way to perform chins and pullups is with a medium/shoulder width underhand grip (chins) or medium/shoulder width overhand grip (pullups). I often see people using a wide grip for pullups in the hope that it will hit the lats better. This only results in piss poor ROM (range of movement) and sore elbows. Knowing how poorly people tend to perform pullups I often recommend chins as the default lat movement when I can't monitor the client in question. This is a fail-safe way of ensuring good ROM with increasing weights, as people also tend to skimp on ROM when adding more weight to pullups. Chins involve a greater total muscle area* than pullups, which is another factor that makes this movement an all round better choice. Pullups on the other hand hit the lats better which is why I might make this the primary choice for lat specialization-routines. Of course, there's no reason you can't include both movements in your training routine. * On this particular issue, I am not sure. I recall an old study using electromyography for chins and pullups which found the former to be slightly better in terms of total muscle area activated. I'll look around and see if I can find it. Let me know if you are aware of any evidence to the contrary. Should I be wrong, I still stand by my recommendation for chins as the first hand choice due to the fact that people generally maintain a better ROM for this movement. My experience with chins as the default lat movement is that it greatly lessens the need for direct biceps work. Throughout my training career I've performed very little direct work for my biceps. The best biceps growth I ever saw came many years ago when I was training for a one-arm chin-up. Addendum part one: One commentator linked this article. Though it does not reveal whether chins are superior to pullups in terms of total muscle area involved, or vice versa, it provides some interesting data. Note that weighted chin-ups wins out in terms of peak biceps activity and mean lats activity. "Some say that wide-grip pull-ups are better than underhand-grip chins for lat development, but they're actually very close. The weighted chin-up edges out the weighted pull-up in mean activity, and the weighted pull up-edges out the weighted chin-up in peak activity. Quid pro quo." - Bret Contreras Addendum part two: I e-mailed Contreras and this is what he said in response to the question - "Do you know if it is possible to rank chins above pullups, or vice versa, in terms of total muscle area involved or the degree of mean/peak activity in the targeted muscles? Which one would you consider to be the all round better choice for someone looking to get the most bang for their buck so to speak." His reponse - "I believe that the two are very similar in lat activity as the wide grip may give a preferential angle but also less ROM and less resistance. The chin has more ROM and more resistance, but maybe the angle isn't quite as good as the pull up. My EMG studies confirm this, which is why I said "quid pro quo." If I had to go with one or the other, I'd agree with you and go with the chin. The greater ROM and resistance in my opinion has to work more muscle - maybe the same amount of lat with a little more bicep, rhomboid, mid and lower trap, etc. Even if the chin and pull up are close, the tie has to go with the greater ROM. "
  9. Enig i at sukrinmelis ikke er SÅ godt..Mye bedre med sukrinsukker selv om det er "samme" stoffet...NamNam på pannekaker o.l:)
  10. aaandy

    Knebøysko

    power perfect 2 er den nye modellen av adistar skoene såvidt jeg vet..Har selv bestilt et par:)..Sats på et nummer større en det du bruker i vanlige sko;)
  11. Mest ryggen som verker endel, har sett litt rundt på nettet nå, og tror jeg bestiller en såkalt jacknobber..så hendig ut:p
  12. Noen som har erfaringer med å løse ut triggerpunkter selv..? Hva trenger jeg for å praktisere det på meg selv?
  13. Holder med kjetil. Om du har holdt på med styrketrening en stund er det fordelaktig å kunne lage sitt eget program utviklet med tanke på dine premisser(restitusjon,kroppsbygning, skadehistorikk osv:cool:)
  14. Hei! Har slitt med ryggen en stund nå..har bestilt røntgen men er rimelig sikker på at det er snakk om en prolaps/skiveutglidning. Kjenner at det stikker i ryggen som en liten kniv om jeg vender meg for raskt eller løfter på noe "tungt"..Lurte på om noen her inne har erfaringer med den type skade..Hvordan skal jeg forholde meg til den, kan jeg trene overkropp? Hvor lang tid tar det normalt å lege? Er sjansen stor for å bli 100% bra igjen? Noen som har hjelpende erfaringer/kunnskaper?
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