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I see many studies touting HIIT as superior to LISS for strength and muscle gains, along with fat loss. However I see these studies are almost always done on those not weightlifting. Since HIIT has a much higher CNS demand I am wondering if it will lead to burnout when done concurrently with a serious weight lifting routine. If someone isn't doing any other training, then it's easy to see HIIT being better, however if they are already experiencing significant physical stress, I can't see how LISS wouldn't be better since it causes fat loss and aerobic benefits, without inducing any CNS fatigue. It may also help recovery, since it can help you relax and pumps blood everywhere. HIIT on the other hand seems like it would only incur more stress. So I don't think its useful when people post HIIT vs LISS studies on people not performing lifting routines.

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Hi everyone,

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What are some proven ways of reversing the anterior tilt of the scapula or atleast doing exercices to prevent it from being a mechanism for further pain and injury?

I think, I'm not sure, that doing internal rotations lying on your back to strengthen subscapularis might help because it will make the body learn how to keep the shoulder blade from compensating on internal rotations . Not sure about this though.

How can one fix this?

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Interesting study, seems to suggest that training to failure is worse for hypertrophy than sub-maximal intensities. What are your guys thoughts? Possible flaws in the study?

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