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sealturkey

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  1. A few years ago I found out the surprising fact that fruit juice has as much sugar as fizzy pop, and is actually unhealthy. source. Since then I have just been drinking water as I love the taste and find it more refreshing than any other drink. However, over the past few days I have been considering starting to drink fruit juice again, but in moderation, like a glass a day.( I don't eat any fruit because I'm not really a big fan and whenever I buy it it ends up going off and I throw it away. I only eat 3 times a day and don't really snack so I never think to go and eat some fruit. I try and e
  2. I workout at home with bodyweight and dumbbell exercises. Whenever I do a few sets of dumbbell bench press' I only feel it in my biceps and triceps. They are always the first thing to give when I am doing that exercise. I.e, they fail first so I cannot do any more reps. I only feel a slight tightness in my chest, but no burning like my arms. The morning after I only feel the ache in my biceps and triceps as well, and none in my chest. What am I doing wrong? I've never really worked out my chest before, so maybe there is such little muscle that there's not enough for it to ache?
  3. Hi! Please can somebody give advice on what I should aim for in terms of calories, protein, carbs, and fat? I am male, 22 years old, 10 stone, and 5ft 6in. So i'm a pretty small guy, just slightly underweight. I'm aiming to put on an extra stone. My cardio is in the form of walking around a university campus (up stairs etc) from 9:00 till 5:00, 5 days a week. I also occasionally play badminton, and run (approx 3 miles) about once a week. I workout everyday, posted here, however I do not feel like this workout burns many calories. I have no idea how many calories I need to maintain weight,
  4. I only have a single 20lb dumbbell and a single 15lb dumbbell. I also only have about 5ft by 10ft of floor space due to the fact I live in student accommodation. I can nowhere near afford a gym membership nor have the time in the day, so I workout at home. There are plenty of workout routines online, however none I have found which can be done with my limited resources. Here is my current workout. I've been doing this or slight variations of this for about 2 months, and I am starting to see my beginner gains. day 1 - biceps, triceps, chest 3 sets, 12 reps, dumbbell curls 3 sets, 12 reps, t
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