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Great article! I am 33 almost 34 73in 194lbs and military. I am growing my knowledge on strength training and the difference from bodybuilding. I want to build a good strength routine and diet, however I am deployed and it is somewhat hard to eat. I have started doing squats and deadlifts more but I don't want bad form. I have tight hip flexor muscles and tight quads (really I am just stiff). I want maximumize on my strenght training and see some powerful results. What can I do gain flexibility and increase strength? I am taking muscle milk, BCAA, pre workout, fish oil, D3 vitamins, and a multi vitamin. Also, read in the article the benefits of drinking milk, could that help me. BTW (injuries - teneditionus both elbows and left shoulder) However BB shoulder press doesn't hurt.