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Cortisol by Walter Horrykore - Sun, 08 May 2016 14:32:26 EST ID:2AbTYQLK No.93332 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How to decrease cortisol? /ana/, please show me the way.

I have alopecia areata barbae, but honestly do not give a fuck.

My big problem is that stress left my sexual sex drive in the crapper.

I beg you, help me.
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Oliver Pundlehock - Sat, 21 May 2016 16:55:09 EST ID:s2+0NCj9 No.93372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93371
http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00421-004-1223-1
every article posted since the 70s would like a word with you.

Lift heavy and eat red meat, meditatex hydrate and dont drink coffee or do stims

weed technically elevates it

disregard the cardiofaggot, look how upset he gets from someone refuting him, obviously "stress free"
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Graham Bonkinmudge - Sun, 22 May 2016 04:47:26 EST ID:Jtdp27WX No.93378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93372
I honestly don't do cardio unless i have to pass a PT test but you've gotta be joshing me. All I said was any exercise at all helps, maybe it wasn't nice of me to call you a faggot so for that I'm sorry. But lets get real here, the only part of your post that isn't brosciene was "lift heavy" and "eat."

I remember being a depressed fat fuck who would rather get fucked up than break a sweat. I still like getting fucked up but now I realize just how good breaking a sweat does me mentally, and if you're the type who just needs to get off the couch or out of the basement it doesn't really matter how you break that sweat.
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Nell Geffingfield - Tue, 31 May 2016 12:56:42 EST ID:zJiWJNQk No.93410 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93378
HIIT takes significantly less time and will elevate hormone levels which would appeal to a lazy alcoholic

trust me Ive trained dozens of lazy alcoholics

you tell them to do spriny training for 5 minutes and they LOVE it and eventually do more without me telling them to

long distance cardio for 30 minutes plus is a goddamn miserable chore.
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Charles Blummlemerk - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 15:00:25 EST ID:LHRpCAnz No.93433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
arimistane
its OTC
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Martha Brablingkane - Thu, 09 Jun 2016 23:46:15 EST ID:fMam+r7A No.93437 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Eat bovine derivted phosphatidylserine (maybe soy based will work too). Also eat NAC (N-acetyl-cysteine).


dem by Graham Clucklewadge - Fri, 29 Apr 2016 13:41:54 EST ID:snoV7Dg1 No.93292 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how do I construct a physique like this
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Graham Clucklewadge - Fri, 29 Apr 2016 14:07:43 EST ID:snoV7Dg1 No.93294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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also... wew
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Nigel Fusslechodge - Sat, 07 May 2016 14:09:22 EST ID:mAAh0C5J No.93330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hatha Yoga (Iyengar's) to get that near-perfect posture and spine setting.

Horse stance to hell to open up your pelvis.
Also add lots of active splits and side splits allong with leg abduction exercises.

Deadlifts and/or clean and jerks.

Heavy back squats, lots of rest squat during the day (At least 30 min), pause squats (with and without weight) to fire up your quadz.

Hip extension exercises (hip thrusts and glute bridges with and without weight and 1-leged) allong with others to fire up your hammies.

Sprints to make your butt like that, superset those sprints with back scales/1 leg deadlifts.
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Priscilla Dundleworth - Fri, 13 May 2016 18:39:35 EST ID:snoV7Dg1 No.93351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93330
I'll do this thanks for actually responding
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Cedric Nickleforth - Tue, 07 Jun 2016 09:18:18 EST ID:04iBU+B8 No.93430 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You should be more focused on obtaining the cyborg version body
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Ian Suttingchitch - Wed, 08 Jun 2016 20:58:20 EST ID:jMwlmEjq No.93434 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93292
hormone therapy


Can't I just do a full body workout twice a week? by Lillian Wepperwock - Sat, 02 Apr 2016 00:04:19 EST ID:6Pb9xgPr No.93221 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Instead of having chest, back, and leg days, what's stopping me from doing all of it in one sitting, twice a week?
Is "you'll be too tired to do it all man" the only argument? Or is there something like less muscle gaining efficiency going on here?
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Reuben Sopperstone - Thu, 14 Apr 2016 12:26:53 EST ID:RNMhP6Sd No.93260 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>93259
>>93255
>>93258
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Fucking Crunderstodge - Sat, 14 May 2016 17:01:14 EST ID:MFWnguRh No.93354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93223
Working out certain areas increases the overall blood flow into that area. More blood = more glucose = more nutrients delivered to those specific areas = more gainz
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Angus Nickleshaw - Fri, 20 May 2016 22:39:44 EST ID:51SFFsq8 No.93369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93354
more blood doesnt equal more glucose, it means more glucose present provided you ate enough, and is also deoendant on insulin sensitivity

sorry Im an asshole
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George Biblingham - Sat, 21 May 2016 07:10:52 EST ID:O9AWPUgT No.93370 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93260
Hey man, we're in the fitness area of a drug user forum. I'm surprised its not worse than this. Can't blame the rail thin junkies for being jealous of a built man
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Molly Drundlewell - Thu, 26 May 2016 12:09:14 EST ID:wF3tzVsR No.93398 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Full body three to four times a week is about optimum for a natural lifter. Protein synthesis gets elevated and then falls to baseline for any given muscle within 36 hours.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8563679

You shouldn't be so tired you can't do any curls after squatting. If youre super worried about it, rotate the exercise you were too tired to do last workout to the front of the list.


/fitness/ noob question by Shit Tootgold - Mon, 09 May 2016 18:03:57 EST ID:s/zgmDjP No.93341 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Sup gym bros Ive been reading a lot about lifting and shit recently and I was thinking about getting a gym memebership but like ive never really been in a public gym before or lifted so Im just like, unsure of if I need like a spotter or if im gonna look like mega autistic when i go in there and try to lift mad weight. I can lift as a beginner alone and shit right?
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Simon Femblestuck - Mon, 09 May 2016 21:07:05 EST ID:N8OZInGP No.93345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You don't need a spotter and you don't start lifting mad weight. Use common sense, you're not doing rocket surgery.

Read up on lifting exercise.
Download jetfit app.
Hit the gym.
Use low weight/just the bar as you begin. FOCUS ON FORM, GOD DAMMIT.

You want to master proper form before beginning to lift heavier. Squat the bar, deadlift the bar. Dumb bell curl with 10s. Your main priority is nailing down form so you don't hurt yourself. Slowly add weight over time.

I've never gone to the gym with someone. It's a solo thing for me, and I'd rather keep it that way.
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Clara Fibbleforth - Sun, 22 May 2016 00:16:12 EST ID:HKv/DyeD No.93374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93345
cannot stress everything in this post enough. focus on proper form
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Graham Bonkinmudge - Sun, 22 May 2016 04:31:19 EST ID:Jtdp27WX No.93375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93345
While the necessity of getting form down before everything is true its not a bad idea to have a spotter. Even though I bench 2 pl8 now when I first started I needed help after a few reps of the bar.

OP, its not autistic at all to ask a random guy near you for a quick spot. Whether new or not he should understand, unless he's just a weird asshole. That said, you don't want to make a random miss out on their own workout by spotting you. You should only ask for a spot when you are fairly sure you might fail a rep.

People like to meme about dyel crews but the vast majority of new lifters start by going in with a friend, and for good reason. If you can find a friend who either wants to start lifting or already lifts it really is worth it to go to the gym with them, as long as you can stay focused and won't get distracted with conversation. The dyel crew meme comes from those guys who show up together but just stand around a bench or a rack while talking instead of using it. Avoid being that guy and its really not a problem.

Have fun and don't quit OP. However you choose to go about this the most important thing is that you've decided to start.
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Alice Sisslefoot - Tue, 24 May 2016 15:31:14 EST ID:s2+0NCj9 No.93386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
start at a rpe 6/10, do linear progression (add 10 to squat and deads, 5 to overhead bench and rows) everytime you loft, if you fail 5 do 3, if you fail 3 go back 10%. if you do 3, do 5 next time.

everything is 5x5

deadlift1x5 (do power cleans as a warm up)
squat5x5
weighted pullups5x5
overhead press5x5

day b
front squat5x5
bench5x5
row5x5
hyperextensions5x5
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Keeping the muscle while not working out by Cedric Tillingstock - Wed, 27 Apr 2016 06:44:06 EST ID:5lPZtfFe No.93278 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So thing is, i will have to cirurgically remove my palatine tonsil due to my historic with infections.

And most websites i was reading, say you have to take a month break of exercises, thing is, how can i avoid losing much muscle mass during this time? It also worries me that i will be unable to eat well at the beggining, i also been using gym for years as a way to deal with depression, and im kind afraid it will come back when i stop lifting weights.
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Frederick Wapperdork - Mon, 09 May 2016 10:14:35 EST ID:GMq5EhOc No.93336 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sauna.
In it the body releases some hormones that I can't remember right now and that helps in preserving muscles.
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Augustus Grimlock - Mon, 09 May 2016 16:14:52 EST ID:PJI9JkTA No.93339 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93336
Sounds like some serious broscience
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Cyril Gonnerwell - Thu, 19 May 2016 18:02:21 EST ID:tzqh1qDP No.93361 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No exercise whatsoever? Not even walking or something low impact such as swimming?
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Walter Pocklelock - Thu, 19 May 2016 22:48:48 EST ID:4scJvRk5 No.93363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93295
Im actually the oldest OG regular that started the beginner thread and the BWG OG thread

I wipe my ass on kin degrees
heres a link for you, but you need to know basic human anatomy and endocrinology to get how it supoorts my statement

google "endocrine marijuana Todd Brown" and the first ucla study that is referenced by 106 other studies
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Cornelius Gevingdock - Thu, 19 May 2016 23:53:16 EST ID:D6/4Mx4t No.93364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Isometrics are just about only good enough to not atrophy


Injuries by Angus Coddleforth - Fri, 13 May 2016 10:49:44 EST ID:6o3aaAeW No.93349 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys, I could use a little advice.
About 2 years ago I lost and gained 50 pounds in just a few months. I went from 180 to 130 and then back to 180. I had a severe case of Ulcerative Colitis, which makes you internally bleed a lot.

I've grown pretty well back to my usual size thanks to steroids (24-12 months ago), but my body has also sustained many injuries in the process, and I could use some insight on how to deal with them.

My muscles are pretty solid. My steroids and workouts have done them justice. But that being said, all my joints, and like my rotator cuffs and stuff, are all too weak. Sometimes my joints just slide out of their sockets when I relax, and they make a disgusting bunch of popping sounds and feel like they're being stretched way out. My ball and socket in my shoulders keep sliding out, and my lower back, like upper hip, chronically has hurt for the past 12 months. Feels like lots of little pins and needles right on both sides of the bottom of the lower back muscle. I've been getting it stretched out at the chiropractor, but it still hasn't stopped hurting. Also, I developed minor scoliosis, like my backbone is a little curved and a little rotated. And I constantly have pain right where my neck and brain meet, like the muscles back there get sore all the time and I desperately need to relax my neck or else I get serious migraines.

Any advice for me? I'm not afraid of diets or working out. I actually workout like 2-3 times a week (lots of no-weight workouts like pushups, pull ups, squats, dips, etc) and I eat pretty healthy. I don't get many vegetables, but I take vitapack vitamin packs almost daily as well as eat a lot of fruit and a lot of meat, like steak and chicken. I'm a big fruit smoothie fan, and I also like cooking steaks and chickens.
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Angus Coddleforth - Fri, 13 May 2016 10:52:55 EST ID:6o3aaAeW No.93350 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh, and I forgot to mention, but I smoke lots of weed and take like 10mg of cyclobenzaprine muscle relaxers every night before bed, as prescribed by a doctor who thought it would help me with my neck issues. Admittedly, it's been pretty successful, like my migraines have dropped by about 95%, but the soreness is still there.


dgcfukh by Henry Pindercocke - Tue, 03 May 2016 16:09:04 EST ID:k+7uMu4T No.93315 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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basically laid in bed and abused dph for the last three months unemployed. any muscle from previous jobs lost.
have a "physical aptitude test" in a week for a new job.
probably one more week before it actually starts.
The last job I started I was fired at the end of the first shift for weak effort

6'4 ~175 lbs
inflamed bowel
vegetarian

how do I kick it into turbo mode? I have the will, just
need to know what exercises to do. like they want me to do
situps at the test but fuck those theyre bad for the back. I just need
to ABLE to do them you know. I don't have weights but I need to
be able to do squats like crazy because the job is 99% lifting shit so I
need to be able to get low low and have great leg muscles.
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Henry Pindercocke - Tue, 03 May 2016 16:12:20 EST ID:k+7uMu4T No.93316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93315
oh, potatoes too. Peanuts maybe
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Caroline Dorrywater - Tue, 03 May 2016 16:44:42 EST ID:PJI9JkTA No.93318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93315
Just practice everything that's gonna be on the physical aptitude test. Taking everything you said into account I really don't think you're gonna make it unless you completely change your attitude and lifestyle. It doesn't sound like you have the will at all.
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Graham Sallerdale - Thu, 05 May 2016 15:15:03 EST ID:k+7uMu4T No.93322 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93318

thx u are like my little virtual shit talkin trainer


Workout campaign video by Eugene Nebbertuck - Wed, 04 May 2016 16:22:03 EST ID:3z5Fm2XU No.93319 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Check out this video promoting exercise and health for college students and millennials. This is the first part of a multi-video campaign. Looking for critique and suggestions for future content.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McPJEUo0nnQ
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Emma Handerchack - Thu, 05 May 2016 01:25:31 EST ID:0ZoH0CwO No.93320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93319

dude... it's fucking BAD. in all ways. maybe try featuring a fit person
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Henry Fandleworth - Thu, 05 May 2016 05:34:58 EST ID:uDZHW1X/ No.93321 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it's pretty funny but not really good for promoting sports lol


getting bigging by Phoebe Wubblefedging - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 23:11:36 EST ID:Q1YzPv9k No.93298 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what's the fastest way a scrawmy motherfucker like me can get decently sized

by the way i look exactly like eric forman
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Priscilla Brengernot - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 23:48:24 EST ID:snoV7Dg1 No.93299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
honestly, GOMAD (gallon of milk a day) + SS (starting strength) to quicken the process= + all the accessory lifts you want + all the carbs/vegetables you want.
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David Bozzlekack - Sun, 01 May 2016 00:05:19 EST ID:PJI9JkTA No.93300 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93299
Its like I'm back on fourchan
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David Bozzlekack - Sun, 01 May 2016 00:08:29 EST ID:PJI9JkTA No.93301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93300
>>93299
Anyways I mostly agree with the above but instead of making yourself puke by drinking gallon of meme a day I recommend buying a tub or two of mass gainer and having a shake of that a day, but ONLY if you're really ready to get committed to lifting weights. Otherwise you'll just gain fat. Like he said, SS is a good routine for beginners.
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Fuck Cinderbanks - Sun, 01 May 2016 00:29:08 EST ID:N8OZInGP No.93303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Skip the gallon of milk, you're just gonna get fat.

Find your maintanence calorie intake and add 500 cals to it. Get about 0.8-1gram of protein per pound you weigh.

Avoid dirty bulking. Stick to a clean bulk, 2 cheat meals a week, and find a lifting program that works for you.

Don't expect results for about 3 months. The first 6 months to a year are baby gains. But they are still gains.

You should be looking dank after 12 months of solid commitment,
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Samuel Hemblestock - Sun, 01 May 2016 14:27:27 EST ID:LwDJ8sok No.93306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93298
work out a lot and eat a ton, eating boatloads is critical


Body Fat by Angus Clillerhork - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 03:17:47 EST ID:OMgFhhfx No.93296 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How long does it take for food / drink to be placed onto your body as actual fat? I ask this because if for example I go out and have a cheat meal and a few beers, which is about every 2 weeks, I swear the morning after there is a visible difference in my body. Less toned and more podgy; is this possible so fast and just after one 'off day'?
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Edwin Nellykin - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 06:15:37 EST ID:snoV7Dg1 No.93297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it's water weight mostly


Losing weight quickly even after lifting hard by Edward Bledgewill - Fri, 08 Apr 2016 01:16:19 EST ID:O131irfv No.93248 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I have a question maybe you guys can answer

I've been lifting hard for about 5 months. I gained about 20 pounds in that period.

Been eating a shitload and been consuming high calorie/vitamin/protein shakes.

In the last four weeks though I've been slowly losing about 2 pounds every week. It doesn't make sense, I'm lifting higher weights and going harder on my workouts. Haven't changed my diet. What do you guys think is going on?
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Hamilton Povingfuck - Sun, 24 Apr 2016 16:51:52 EST ID:qb8i44jV No.93274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here to clarify

So I'm lifting hard as fuck now. My weights are growing up dramatically. I use this Mass Gaining powder with 1250 calories and 50g of protein and 25 vitamins/minerals. On top of that I eat a least 2-3 more 1000+ calorie meals.

That brings me up to about 3500-4000 calories with a shitload of vitamins and supplements. Everytime I work out I get 1g of creatine.

I actually have leveled off at 167 pounds flat. I was 146lbs about 6 months ago.

HERE'S THE ISSUE:
I've stopped GAINING! I went through a dramatic gaining period and now I've just stopped suddently. I want to keep gaining and dont wanna use steroids. You guys have probably been at this stage at some point. How did you beat it?
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Phoebe Nennermone - Sun, 24 Apr 2016 16:58:09 EST ID:WUruAyIR No.93275 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93274

OP here. I'm 19

and i exaggerated on the calorie intake. I prolly eat about 2750-3250 calories on a normal day

nb
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Martha Goodspear - Mon, 25 Apr 2016 03:33:26 EST ID:Jtdp27WX No.93276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93274
Its pretty normal for people at pretty much all experience levels to plateau every once in a while, you just gotta keep putting in work and avoid deloading weight. One thing that helps me is laying off a exercise for a week if I was doing it a lot and replace it with accessories, like switch bench press out for chest flyes and dips. Then when I come back to the bench I'll usually be able to hammer out a PR.

It may also be useful to physically keep track of your calories on paper or with an app just to be sure. It can be surprising how much more or less people think they're eating compared to what they really eat.
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Nathaniel Peshnadge - Mon, 25 Apr 2016 23:25:03 EST ID:WUruAyIR No.93277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93276
Thanks for the advice. I've been thinking that taking a week off is probably good, maybe just doing pushups and pullups every other day. Something light.

Maybe its just improbable, but I really miss the gains on top of the strength I was getting. I crave mass, I've been skinny AF my whole life!
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Oliver Congerwater - Thu, 28 Apr 2016 15:57:21 EST ID:r7rxLhAb No.93286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thw 19lbs you gained was not all muscle
and you are losing weight now


Good dirty bulk food by Jarvis Conkinhere - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 10:17:21 EST ID:I594w7Oc No.93167 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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.Old fashioned man meals. Post yours

Just ate an entire can of corned beef hash mixed with a can of corn hot sauce and american cheese. Over 1200 calories in one go.

I know there is alot of anti-dirty bulk, but if you use your head and cut properly its pretty damn efficient. My progress is explosive
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Lydia Sushwell - Thu, 24 Mar 2016 14:19:51 EST ID:b+q5rUuM No.93204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>93167
grean peas or other canned beans or lentils with maybe some basmati rice or just like that with some veggies or curry or sauce or smth of the kind, but honestly just lentils alone or green peas completely satisfy my taste. I love some cooked spinach with that though.
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Bill O'Reilly - Thu, 24 Mar 2016 22:52:58 EST ID:nF7BlJaS No.93205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93204
Lol
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Walter Mocklehall - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 16:29:33 EST ID:Z8TTbUot No.93239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Dirty
>Old fashioned man meals

First thing I thought of was Irish coddle which I haven't made in forever: http://www.food.com/recipe/dublin-coddle-irish-sausage-bacon-onion-and-potato-hotpot-288885

It's good for your soul. I need to stop being a puss and cook me up some.
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Walter Mocklehall - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 16:37:27 EST ID:Z8TTbUot No.93240 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>93239
Better recipe: http://cookinginbliss.com/dublin-coddle-crock-pot-version-st-patricks-day/
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Nigel Daddlelock - Fri, 22 Apr 2016 14:47:30 EST ID:nY58NDDX No.93271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I started eating giant meat sandwiches to go with my mostly vegetarian diet


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