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Ankle weights won't strap around my ankles by Simon Corryhood - Tue, 25 Dec 2018 14:56:51 EST ID:a6UdVL4R No.95224 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How can I get them to stay on?

I used to walk up and down the stairs a bunch with 15 pound ankle weights on each leg. They were big and meant for manly men, so I could wear them no problem. Now I've got a pair of smaller 5 pound ankle weights meant for tiny ladies, and I'd like to wear them across my boots, but they are too small. I've tried ropes and belts (double d belts lol at double d ) but eventually they will slip down or move out of place.

I'm a person who does a lot of walking. I'll go for 2, 3, 4 hour walks. Sometimes I'll walk 10, 20, 30 miles. I've walked around with the 5 pound weight on before, but I kept having to stop to adjust them and it was annoying.

Any ideas on how to get ankle weights to stay strapped onto my ankles across my boots?

>inb4 don't use ankle weights you anime feggit
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moo - Wed, 02 Jan 2019 15:22:03 EST ID:nE+fnQwj No.95249 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It won't be comfortable, but try tucking the weight under the tongue of your boots, inside the shoe instead of outside? Or depending on if it fits or not try strapping it fairly tight onto your leg right above your boots, that way it won't fall to the ground.
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Sophie Pundlelock - Thu, 03 Jan 2019 10:04:03 EST ID:a6UdVL4R No.95252 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>95249
The solution I came to was to buy regular leather belts from a thrift store, and to cut an extra hole in them way, way farther down than normal. I can strap them through some homemade loops I put on the ankle weights, and then tighten and lock the belt around them over the boots.

One of the belts I got is super low quality though, like I don't even think it's leather, some kind of weird rubbery plastic crap. That one is probably going to snap, but so far this method seems like it's working.


On/off gym goer by Oliver Brabblekore - Wed, 02 Jan 2019 02:09:58 EST ID:/dASpfxh No.95245 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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waddup /ana/ i need a bit of advice. Started working out in 2018 and i was very committed for months but i find myself having trouble sticking to routine, like insanely difficult.

>no classes but nutrition is no issue

my operations job is very intense labor so i feel dead most of the time after work which can be a big turn off for the gym

am i bitching? how do you guys stick to routine?
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Clara Blatherfuck - Wed, 02 Jan 2019 15:10:33 EST ID:nE+fnQwj No.95246 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>95245
I suggest working out before you work, just don't max out. That way it's like a double moderate workout when combined with a physical work day. I don't know how to work that into your weekly schedule, but I feel like if you go lift when you first wake up you'll be at the prime time to shred it up. FWIW, you're not alone in getting worn out outside of the gym. I used to work a pretty physical job and I felt nearly no motivation whatsoever to hit the weights.


How fucked up can you be and still lift? by Angus Shittinggold - Sun, 23 Dec 2018 03:15:54 EST ID:98WhQF8n No.95217 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I don't really wanna know about your limitations, I wan't to know: What's your opinion, does working out while completely burned/exhausted for whatever reason, count as progress on your book? Can you make it work in the end?

I have kicked the bucket today for the first time in 6 months of taking real good care of myself. And I have the motivation to workout tomorrow even thought I have not slept today. I think I would do light weights and focus on shoulders and legs.

>tell me what do you think about all this bois
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Edward Smallbury - Sun, 23 Dec 2018 05:18:50 EST ID:AqDEkdTx No.95218 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>95217
If I've slept poorly I can normally almost match my usual performance and it's worth doing. Depends what your routine is and how much room you have to move it. If you're struggling to stay awake handling heavy weights might just be risky because you could drop them or injure yourself. If you're not only into getting big today might be a good chance to do some cardio and a few bodyweight exercises or something.

Christmas is around the corner so I imagine you're going to lose access to the gym for a few days and already counted on cramming this shit in. Any other time unless you're a pro athlete (and you posting this thread indicates no) you can miss a day and either slide everything one day over or just skip it entirely and pick it up later (depending on if you do splits or whole body I guess). But still it's better to miss a day than to hurt yourself. A lot of this depends how fucked up you are. I'd probably not be lifting weights on no sleep but if you're 10 years younger than me you might be a little better without a good night's sleep.
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Angus Shittinggold - Sun, 23 Dec 2018 05:34:57 EST ID:98WhQF8n No.95219 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>95218
thank you for the insightful answer!
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Eugene Crangerpet - Sun, 23 Dec 2018 09:09:55 EST ID:EySTy/u/ No.95220 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>95217
Don't let tiredness and fatigue fuck your gym time over. Sometimes we really have to dig deep to get shit done, especially the gym. In this case you'll have to dig deep and push past your limitations of being tired and kick ass and take names with your training. No matter what's in your way, don't let yourself down. Trust me, after your training session you will thank yourself for getting in the weight room and getting shit done. After that you can sleep all you want. Sometimes we all have to make sacrifices to get what we want out of life and to become successful. Don't fuck yourself.
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Ian Brellyspear - Wed, 26 Dec 2018 01:22:38 EST ID:gdLCcLLm No.95230 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Lift as a way to WAKE UP


clomid for opiate ed by Basil Tootlock - Sat, 18 Jun 2016 20:46:10 EST ID:apIVXRt6 No.93461 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hello, i use opiates poppy tea and heroin. the poppy tea especially makes it hard to get past half mast. i take pine pollen, ginseng, tribulus, they help but unless it's so 18hrs after dosing, getting my rocks off will be a crap shoot.

was thinking of using clomid and some sort of estrogen inhibitor. any advice or guide to follow? preferred brand of clomid?
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Frederick Himmerhood - Sat, 28 Jan 2017 15:56:14 EST ID:7dUW6jX8 No.93885 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93461

  1. Clomid isn't the drug you think it is. It can increase T, but at the same time it can increase E which will make any problem even worse. Sides also include T dropping back to base after a couple of weeks, depression, long term risk to vision and lowered libido in men.

2. For you Cialis may be a good short term drug. 10mg the night before you want to fuck will do the trick. Coincidentally the 10mg will last 60-80 hours. It'll give you a 10/10 erection anytime you want one during this period.

3. A long term strategy is getting off the drugs. A common side effect of opiates is lowered libido and ED.
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Frederick Himmerhood - Sat, 28 Jan 2017 15:56:53 EST ID:7dUW6jX8 No.93886 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93461
>estrogen inhibitor.

P.s.

It ain't. It's a SERM.
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Edwin Pickson - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 23:59:15 EST ID:3tV3JGC/ No.93902 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93886
This. Also, Clomid selectively binds to receptors in the nipples, so it won't help.

Bodybuilders use a lot of opis because of injury etc., but they are also using testosterone. Try that. Or try the viagra. But dont do clomid, or even anastrazole, which is an actual estrogen blocker.
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Isabella Bogglesuck - Thu, 09 Feb 2017 08:14:58 EST ID:LN91pQTo No.93908 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93461
opiate induced ed is because of elevated prolactin-levels.
get yourself some dopa-agonist
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Cyril Cibbergold - Tue, 25 Dec 2018 17:07:04 EST ID:gdLCcLLm No.95225 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93461
What's wrong with a little estrogen?


Weed + exercise = ? by Ebenezer Wavingstock - Thu, 30 Nov 2017 20:24:59 EST ID:nxqQFQYO No.94519 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I can't tell if this would be the greatest workout experience ever or if it would end up reducing my efficiency too much to be high while working out. Either aerobic or weightlifting. Anyone have experience with it?
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Leviathan12/12 - Thu, 14 Dec 2017 06:02:51 EST ID:4VflwSaK No.94566 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I feel like I'm most coordinated when drunk
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Jarvis Fudgewater - Fri, 15 Dec 2017 02:39:52 EST ID:4+458rlZ No.94567 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>94540
tinytrip is dead
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Basil Happerville - Wed, 25 Jul 2018 19:52:41 EST ID:W8IhxwLL No.94836 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>94519
Yes. Works for me. I have big veins though. I usually smoke before going out and whenever I have a doc appointment my blood pressure is always in that optimally healthy zone. Weightlifting it's great for holding back the sting from acid buildup, but gotta be careful because you can overdo it easily. When it comes to aerobic, the last time I had access to a good eliptical machine I was pretty high and jogged and ran for an hour or so. Man I tell you hwut when the runners high kicked in alongside the cannabis high that was like unlocking the next level. I just remember feeling so happy and like I could run forever.
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Phyllis Blockleham - Sun, 23 Dec 2018 01:28:59 EST ID:gdLCcLLm No.95215 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>94519
Does drunken fighting count?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tx3IZaEJn5E
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Cyril Pittway - Sun, 23 Dec 2018 17:26:54 EST ID:aOJLU0cC No.95221 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>94519

Every morning 5 days a week for 10 weeks, I've woken up, vaped some weed and lifted weights.

I'd say that I can end up very distracted, my work outs take longer because I've just lost a few minutes staring into a stoned void of thought.

I work out in my room though.


GUT by Hedda Wedgeson - Fri, 03 Aug 2018 03:46:47 EST ID:dcECgilT No.94858 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm sure this is posted here a lot and I'm sorry. I searched gut and found nothing. I've been tall and skinny for my whole life. Past 4 years I have slowly gained a gut but nothing too bad. This year it hit shitty level that I feel will lead to Hank Hill or worse. Past two months I've noticed a very mild double chin.

Jogged a bunch this winter but I found it hard to stick with. I'm open to doing that again if it's the answer. Don't lift weights. Used to bike around everywhere. Bike has been dead for over a year. I know that eating habbits and drinking habbits matter but what is the best WORK OUT to get rid of the gut or at least make it smaller or maintained. I heard sit ups don't work but is that true?

Pic best example I could find I guess.
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Phineas Cidgeworth - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:21:38 EST ID:DB2WAvM3 No.95065 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>95064
Reduce your intake of calories. Ensure other things don't drastically drop especially protein and don't lose too much fibre. Carbs are the thing to lose. Fat is bad because it's calorie dense but that's it. Carbs are addictive and cause insulin spikes. A balanced approach will work.

If you just reduce your meat and dairy products you run the risk of replacing it with carbs and getting fatter.

There's a bunch of ways to achieve a deficit without cutting out nutrients you need. Reducing meat and dairy can be one such pathway but it's a means to an end and if you consider it to be the be all and end all you could achieve nothing or less.
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govegan-ctfu - Sun, 11 Nov 2018 21:40:10 EST ID:QWgv3Ckk No.95120 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>95065
Carbs are addictive like breathing or drinking water is attractive. You need insulin to maintain muscle and insulin only stores fat in the presence of dietary fat. I really messed up my health doing all that low-carb, keto, zero-carb non-sense. Fuck this carbphobia - it's just more quick fix / fast-fad tricks.

Low-carb / keto debunk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bU2ByJ-zxfg

OP, I know you said you got diet covered but I have to through this into the ring and that all, promise:

When you eliminate intramyocellular lipids (fat in muscle tissue) from your insulin pathway you burn glucose much more efficiently. Carbs are still very thermogenic and satisfying on top of that. I'm talking about whole-foods carbs like potatoes, sweet potatoes, rice, squash and all fruits from kiwi and blueberries to bananas and dates - NOT those silly "low-fat" crackers from the 90's that still had 5g of oil per serving or whatever. When your insulin functions better due to low-fat intake, your glucose uptake and glucose-derived ATP is cleaner. Exercise and adventure become much easier and occurs more frequently as a consequence.

Oxidative priority means if you eat carbs and fat your body will burn the carbs and store the fat. Cut the fat to cut the pounds.

Glucose (from complex carbs typically) is CAN be converted to fat via de novo lipogenesis (DNL) but it is inefficient in humans (costing 30% of the conversion) and good luck overeating on potatoes. I have to drink fruit juice with my potato+greens meals to get ENOUGH calories.

Essential fats? We only need about 2g/day to guarantee no signs of deficiency and you can get that with adequate fruits and veg consumption. Even butternut squash has like 50g of omega-3 per cup. Excess fat goes to adipose tissue. Unless it's saturated fat where it will likely clog your insulin pathways after it kills off some LDL receptors in your liver.
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Cedric Callerville - Sat, 15 Dec 2018 00:09:18 EST ID:gdLCcLLm No.95192 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No guts, no glory?
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Thomas Duckstone - Sat, 15 Dec 2018 23:32:24 EST ID:gdLCcLLm No.95195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Speed and Power comes from the core. YATTA.
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Lillian Sucklestone - Sun, 16 Dec 2018 12:15:55 EST ID:nE+fnQwj No.95199 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>95120
Agreed. For the carbophobes: https://youtu.be/zTuK6QKBvcc

It's the high intake of processed saturated fat that shoved in WAY too many calories for its volume. A gram of carbohydrate provides 4 calories, a gram of protein 4, and a gram of fat gives you 9 calories. This is why junk food binging is so detrimental to weight management. Fill up on whole foods, like sweet potatoes, grains, rice, beans, whole wheat breads (try to stay away from bleached and enriched flour because it's literally been vampire'd of its nutrients then given a vaccine for the man-induced deficiency), cruciferous veggies like broccoli and spinach or kale, and fruit for the sweet cravings generally comprise my intake.

I have the same thing, OP. I'm a skinny dude and always have been a runner but I think I need to start working out again to get this gut in line. It's the main unappealing feature of my entire upper body. I'm already doing weighted squats for my thighs and inverted crunches but I'm thinking of adding some Pilates kind of leg raises for my core.
Good luck, OP!


like gaining in reverse by Fucking Fingerfat - Fri, 26 Oct 2018 15:04:45 EST ID:olyln65y No.95097 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I used to be a fatass and I'm still in the process of losing weight. I want to get rid of everything that I can safely so my skin can shrink up as much as possible. How low can my calorie consumption go without incurring lasting health issues?

Here's the situation: Right now I'm a BMI of 27at 191 lbs. at last weigh-in and 5'11" of height. FitnessFrog says my BMR is 1994 and my TDEE is 2393, I count 1700 calories a day as I thought men could not go any lower than 1600 without crashing their metabolism or whatever. That's probably bro science though. I also cheat all day once a week (Sundays) but that has become a 24-hour junk food binge and I really can't give it up. Pizza is how I cope and that's how I got into this predicament in the first place. I think it would be easier to just fast all day on some other day of the week but once again, I think that might shithouse my body.

I've been losing about a pound a week for the past 5 months but now I'm starting to see my results peter out and that's a problem, plus I had to drop weightlifting out of my routine because I kept hurting myself no matter how much I focused on my form. Now I just do dynamic stretches and cardio.

tl;dr how little can I eat 6 days of the week without fucking myself up?
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Barnaby Pocklesure - Mon, 29 Oct 2018 18:08:29 EST ID:tavLovCZ No.95104 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>95097
You can lose weight at any rate you'd like, most people would like to maintain a caloric deficit that doesn't make them fatigued, but being fatigued doesn't matter too much so long as you're not doing any activities that may lead to overexerting. Are you exercising? If so, the amount you should eat really starts to vary. Assuming you're not exercising, eat as little as you want, the 1600 calorie thing is obvious bro science..

I recommend exercising in tandem with diet and calorie counting to lose weight, If you start lifting weights, you won't even need to eat a caloric deficit. Just go hard in the gym and you'll lose fat as you build muscle. Losing weight isn't that hard just commit. Using a calorie calculator makes it all easy mode. Don't concern yourself with how healthy it is, so long as you're eating actual food and not filling up on bullshit, you'll be good.
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Fucking Ginkinchatch - Tue, 30 Oct 2018 14:18:37 EST ID:rTAnDMpH No.95106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>95104
If you're exercising even at a deficit it will help you put back muscle as you lose it. After all "losing weight" is usually bullshit, it's fat you want to lose. Fitting a decent amount of each macro and micronutrient and avoiding empty carbs is good though.

Also you're right about fatigued. It also doesn't just vary with exercise but your level of fat. I know I (arbitrarily, it was a couple of hundred calories below my target weight's BMR) ate to about 1600 for a long time while losing weight and ran about 1000 calories deficit daily until I to the point I was almost not overweight. I had to taper then and eat slightly more to avoid fatigue, doing 500 calories a day for the last couple of weeks. What works for you a given person will vary, I'm just illustrating the general point. I went from 300+ to about 170 and it was only below 180 where I started to have to slow down. But I did have to do that.
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Henry Crunkindurk - Sun, 04 Nov 2018 19:33:32 EST ID:olyln65y No.95113 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP UPDATE:
I am now a BMI of 25 at a weight of 185 lbs. and 5'11" of height, I fasted the day after my binge day
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Charles Sopperstut - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 08:59:09 EST ID:o6lUvJos No.95164 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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tbh OP, you can easily go on a 1.2k deficit, once you drop to 160lbs reduce your deficit to 800 calories a day. what has worked for me is to treat eating with mindfulness. TAKE YOUR TIME WHEN EATING! Treat it like a ritual, be grateful. Even when you just reach into your fridge for a snack, be mindful of it. Put it on a plate and eat it at the kitchen table. DONT EVER EAT ANYWHERE NOT DEDICATED TO EATING! Also, dont restrict your food choices!! only thing that should be off limits is sugar!
also, find a way of exercise you love. be it resistance training, cycling, hiking, dancing, swimming, climbing, anything... we are not meant to be sedentary. 4 years ago i was a neckbeard overweight by 100 pounds, now im a ripped dancer and calisthenics dude, and not once have i missed my sedentary lifestyle.

I believe in you bruv! Greatness awaits!!
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Molly Bonningtotch - Mon, 10 Dec 2018 17:00:30 EST ID:1X54TG9u No.95183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>95164
I've been having a little bit of a peckishness problem that has been hurting my progress so I think your advice will really help me roll that back. Thank you for that and the words of support :)

Funny that you mention dancing, that's something I've wanted to pick up! Where did you get started?


Subscapularis by Wesley Chabbledack - Thu, 06 Sep 2018 19:11:29 EST ID:5NtbGv9Z No.94988 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys massage therapist here. Ever find yourself playing a sport and you've noticed a phenomena called pulling? I.e. My shot pulled to the right or my throw pulled to the left. Well turns out what your experiencing isn't a problem of eye hand coordination but is more than likely a tight rotator cuff. With a loose and properly functioning rotator cuff passes, punches, shots and even aiming a gun shouldn't take much thought and should be a fluid experience.

One muscle people tend to have a lot of problems with and don't realize is involved in making a basketball shot. Id bet 10$ you've seen someone wing their elbow or even play mind games about how to make their shot everytime. Well I've come to save the day. The primary reason people play mind games when making a basketball shot is because their brain hasn't made the neural connections to relaxing a primary muscle in a basketball shot. The muscle in talking about is the subscapularis muscle posted in the picture. It's underneath the shoulder blade so people tend to have no clue this muscle even exists. Focus on relaxing this muscle next time you take a basketball shot and watch the sparks fly as you witness your body having correct body mechanics and watch all those mind games fade away.
Comments appreciated always trying to learn something new.
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David Droffingwin - Sun, 09 Sep 2018 16:17:30 EST ID:Al7ONzdb No.94994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I tore my rotator cuff and has surgery on it and let it heal. That was 7 years ago. Still to this day it acts up sometimes. But, I've also lost mobility in it.

OP or anyone else with the right knowledge; how can I strengthen my rotator cuff and what mobility work can I do for it?
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Phineas Bliggleforth - Sun, 16 Sep 2018 20:15:57 EST ID:+1P+PRu0 No.95012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
please explain how a medial shoulder rotator is the "primary muscle" in a basketball shot when it's a fixator at most.
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Nigel Beshwill - Thu, 20 Sep 2018 23:15:51 EST ID:Rrg8pidq No.95016 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i have a small tear in my labrum but am experiencing a pinching, burning pain in the front towards the end of my collar bone. MRI shows no sign of rotator injury. can massage therapy help this? i get a pulling feeling sometimes between my shoulder blade and spine, not sure if its related, the tear in my labrum is on the back.
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Henry Snodbury - Sat, 13 Oct 2018 03:13:09 EST ID:zPodxCZB No.95059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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For medical problems, see a doctor.


Cutting by Nell Crinningman - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 01:42:03 EST ID:m7e0OI0R No.95162 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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When cutting, wouldn't it make more sense to consume around maintenance calories on days working out, and then super low calories on rest days? Especially so if you workout every other day?
My logic here is that you want to keep your metabolism high, and being constantly at in a deficit, means your body will adapt.
Also, on training days you expel tons of energy, and rest days you don't. I've also read that it's better to count calories over a week as apposed to day to day.
Thoughts?
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Charles Sopperstut - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 09:06:07 EST ID:o6lUvJos No.95165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I've also read that it's better to count calories over a week as apposed to day to day.
Spot fucking on my dude. id avise a low calorie diet, with low carbs on rest days and medium carbs on workout days. really, on days you are sedentary you dont need any carbs at all, but i sure do like me some carbs pre and post workout.


Ideal routines for useful strength by Phyllis Grandwill - Wed, 14 Nov 2018 05:05:53 EST ID:aOJLU0cC No.95123 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The kind of strength that makes heavy/awkward things lighter and can give me the ability to overpower others. End goal is a dominating physical presence but also the ability to use it. I'd say my goal is to be 170 pounds.

I do not do bench press or squats, due to ligament damage in shoulders/knees. I do not use machines, only dumbbells and an EZ Curl bar. I have access to pull up/dip station, incline bench, balance board and bow flex. I usually cycle 10-16 miles a week and my job requires me to be on my feet/carrying things all shift.

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Currently :
5'8/176cm and 11st3/158lbs/71kg
5 wide pull ups, 7 raised legs push ups, 30+ raised leg crunches, 8 dips
15kg/33lbs dumbbells for arms, shoulders, chest or 7.5kg/16.5lbs for weaker excercises

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My main "idea" is to try pursue a mix of weight training and calisthenics. Get really good at pull ups, dips, push ups, incline crunches. Mix it in with some standard issue dumbbell workouts and niche workouts such as grip training, bow training and working all the little muscles/forearms. Mix it in with some MMA/Climbing for overall functionality.

I figure as long as I eat enough calories to not be losing weight, I could get the bulk on and then work on getting my strength to catch up with it once I've hit my target.
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Esther Chungerfield - Sat, 17 Nov 2018 11:10:45 EST ID:o6lUvJos No.95129 Ignore Report Quick Reply
sounds pgood
maybe do some basic gymnastics stuff for abs and arms (if your shoulder allows it), do lots of weighted carries and train your fucking neck

also dont autistically focus on resistance training, MMA/Climbing should probably amount to 80% of your training.

Also dont do "bulks", aim for one, max two pounds of weight gain per month. Progressing as a natty is slow asf but just being patient WILL be worth it!
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David Sunningbutch - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 18:47:54 EST ID:vaMOtuqV No.95161 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You're not going to have a dominating physical presence at 170 pounds. Sorry.


Help me I'm a poor student by Cedric Brellerlock - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 12:35:19 EST ID:JkYsgPio No.95157 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'll have little to no money for next 4 to 6 months so I'm in a forced cut phase.
That's not a problem since I'm a skinny fat.
The problem is: what I should eat? I don't wanna live eating cheap ramen et similia
Help me please

I practise calisthenic since 4 months, 2 times a week and I'm around about 14% bf
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Caroline Dedgelock - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 13:14:20 EST ID:iSLIw2Ml No.95158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Egg is cheap amino complete protein. If you're not lifting big then you don't need shotloads of protein but make sure you get a fair amount.

Rice and beans together will nail a reasonably good amino balanced diet and also provide you with fibre and some "staples". Legumes such as beans or peanuts plus corn, wheat or rice generally gives you a balanced meal which will also fill out your diet. There are amino acid checkers so you can work out some balanced combinations to ensure your piles of carbs are providing more than just empty calories.

You should eat some vegetables though, shop around, you only need a couple of handfuls per day of several vegetables so buying something and making it last 3 days is good. A pack of frozen veg will last most of a week. A few servings of vegetables will stop you getting ill, help you shit right, help cover any deficiencies in your protein a bit better and so on. Onion is a cheap source of vitamin C too.

Fruit are often expensive but bananas aren't and the odd apple will set you right. If you can get a bag of cheap apples you can eat that over a few days.

The key is to actually plan and budget. Because if you actually buy whole ingredients and spread them over several meals you will get better value for money. If you just buy a meal at a time or a day at a time you will end up being forced to live on ramen but if you can buy ingredients in bulk or even just to last a few days you will find what you get for the same amount of money is better. Also budgeting forces you to shop around and check what's actually cheap.

Buy stock powder or cubes, cheap herbs and garlic because this diet may be bland. If you only eat the above you'll have very little fat in your diet so you can get away with cooking some of it with oil unless you're on a pack of eggs a day.

I say this but it might be good if someone cross checks me.
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David Ducklock - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 14:01:09 EST ID:/h5h0m3e No.95159 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Im OP, thank you dude ^^


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YangCLiu - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 03:15:40 EST ID:x/1StJCJ No.95145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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SPLC Watchdog - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 03:17:35 EST ID:x/1StJCJ No.95146 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is some sort of joke right?
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Lillian Billernock - Fri, 23 Nov 2018 03:23:49 EST ID:aK5orQil No.95148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yes
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Jack Pickstone - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 11:43:48 EST ID:iSLIw2Ml No.95154 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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