Will I substantially revise the conclusions in my article on diet and exercise by August 20?
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Jul 28
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EnopoletusHarding
Will resolve yes. Larsen is half-right, everyone else is worse than chance.
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EnopoletusHarding
Thinking of resolving this yes, but I will wait until the close date.
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EnopoletusHarding
Will add new sections tomorrow: defense of stomach sleeping, defense of text neck, proper behavior of penis and scrotum.
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EnopoletusHarding
Still extension, no revision.
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EnopoletusHarding
I added a section about the dangers of overly long elbow flexion, but that's an extension of the ideas expressed, not a substantial revision.
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EnopoletusHarding
added a section about how walking with heavy dumbells is one of the best ways of improving posture. Extension of ideas expressed, no revision.
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EnopoletusHarding
Added a section about how walking with full range of motion in elbows/shoulders is the best way to improve posture while walking without weights. Still, walking isn't that great of an exercise, because full ROM in elbows/shoulders while walking seems so unnecessary/unintuitive.
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Sinclair
I personally find a lot of high IQ exercise content in the articles of https://www.strongerbyscience.com/ It's convinced me to stop taking collagen for instance.
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EnopoletusHarding
@Sinclair Typical example of what I was talking about in that article: Them: "Once the equipment is squared away, it’s time to get your scapulae locked in. The key point is to get your scapulae retracted (pulled together, like you’re trying to pinch a pencil between your shoulder blades). That will help reduce range of motion by pushing the chest up, and it’ll also put the shoulders in a safer position to reduce your risk of rotator cuff injuries or anterior shoulder pain. Beyond that, scapular position is simply a matter of comfort and personal preference. Some people just like their shoulder blades pulled straight back. A lot of people like some scapular depression along with the retraction. A few people actually prefer retraction and elevation. Play around with scapular depression/elevation and retraction to see what feels the strongest and most comfortable for your shoulders. The most important thing is simply that your shoulder blades are pulled together." The correct advice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCbD67b-Mo8&t=130s
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