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Can't I just do a full body workout twice a week?

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- Sat, 02 Apr 2016 00:04:19 EST 6Pb9xgPr No.93221
File: 1459569859597.jpg -(103530B / 101.10KB, 620x629) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Can't I just do a full body workout twice a week?
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 Bottingshit - Fri, 31 Jan 2020 07:58:31 EST y/elIWo4 No.96045 Reply
>>96033
How many times are your repping those weights and how many sets
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Jack Wimmerham - Fri, 07 Feb 2020 18:31:25 EST uCz/+K40 No.96053 Reply
>>96034

correct. however muscle depletes supply available to other muscles
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Mr_Shawmeen - Mon, 10 Feb 2020 06:25:15 EST o92yu2sj No.96059 Reply
>>96053
Not completely true, the body is able to store glycogen in the muscle as well. The more you use a muscle and the more muscle available the more your body can and will store. So it comes down to how much of what you've eaten when, what types of activities you've done and how much, how used to those activities your body is, and what the overall intensity of those activities was. With enough muscle mass and a high enough calorie diet you can do a LOT.

Anal viagra

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- Fri, 27 Dec 2019 10:04:27 EST uZRmjHVG No.96001
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Sup I'm fat can I take dexycholic acid laced with ipamorelin/Viagra dissolved into liquidThen chug it up the butt for gainz? Scared of syringes
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Caroline Ferryfoot - Mon, 13 Jan 2020 19:53:52 EST 7ou2OGju No.96023 Reply
>>96001

You can do anything you want to yourself as long as you live long enough to see yourself through doing it to yourself
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Martha Suffingman - Tue, 14 Jan 2020 01:16:51 EST /pYgVnnn No.96024 Reply
Just do DNP
or if you want less destructive methods then stack ITPP, LGD4033, and ECA stack
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Lillian Drarryfield - Tue, 14 Jan 2020 18:19:12 EST p85xFx3L No.96025 Reply
>>96024
This guy crossposted this on a bunch of boards. He's not come back since. Let this thread die.

Also roids aren't going to do shit if he's just a lazy piece of shit with a crap diet.

leg day

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- Sat, 17 Aug 2019 12:02:20 EST kZUBaLTE No.95709
File: 1566057740752.jpg -(82747B / 80.81KB, 1000x665) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. leg day
honestly I shouldn't need to do leg training at all if I do 2 hours of intense cycling daily right? I already look like a "don't skip leg day" meme, and it's to the point it's genuinely unattractive, but cycling is the only form of cardio I can consistently get myself to do because it's so fun to me
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Cyril Crebblewell - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 16:06:47 EST Tp1rP3uI No.95710 Reply
I think it really depends on what your goals are. If you wanna get stronger and be able to lift heavier and heavier shit, cycling alone probably won’t get you there. But if leaner, not so huge looking legs are what you aspire to have, you will probably be fine just riding your bike
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Isabella Smallhood - Thu, 09 Jan 2020 12:51:14 EST zFn3moFL No.96017 Reply
Just wear pants.
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Hey boys and girls is this your frisbee - Thu, 09 Jan 2020 18:37:04 EST aVQaeNuG No.96018 Reply
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>>95709
... ...
>>42312887
This then.


>Human security recognizes the importance of individuals and that the key to ensuring growth in developing countries is to foster individual talent and abilities, build self-reliance, and put people in a position to make a broader contribution to society. Growth must be inclusive, and no one must be left behind.
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Bicycle velocity

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- Sat, 06 Apr 2019 17:40:04 EST IzmO64gs No.95296
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On a straight flat surface, how fast can a bicycle go?
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Charles Grimfoot - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 04:39:40 EST pjY+q2cu No.95697 Reply
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>>95296
Yo that one chick broke the land speed record with 183.9 mph a few months ago.
Denise Mueller Korenek. What's super insane is she is 45 years old. Like... goddamn.

She can get it, for someone 14 years older than me, she looks hella good. I bet her thighs could literally snap your spine in half.

here I am reducing the fastest cyclist on earth to an observation about her looks and whether or not I'd do her despite me never accomplishing something a quarter as insane as she did. Men are trash lol but at least I'm self-aware trash
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Archie Turveycocke - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 06:41:32 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95731 Reply
>>95697

I just wanted to say that's amazing. I looked it up because it seemed unreal, but it is real. I'm also bumping because I rode my bike the other day and this is a bike thread. I went fast. But not too fast. Gotta go fast sometimes.
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Archie Sommlelock - Fri, 03 Jan 2020 22:21:59 EST Yj9XY4qm No.96010 Reply
>>95731
>Go FASTER
Zoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooommm

I don't even know

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- Tue, 27 Aug 2019 12:15:22 EST TZGySboG No.95739
File: 1566922522193.jpg -(36025B / 35.18KB, 1024x620) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I don't even know
That feel when you work super hard and lose 40 lbs but the only person who notices, compliments, and encourages you is the person you're dating.

Friends, co-workers, family? Radio silence.

I know weight loss and fitness is supposed to be for you and no one else, but I'm feeling discouraged. Maybe I was just so fat that 40 lbs isn't a big change in my general size and shape IDK. I was feeling attractive again but not so much now.

Got another 40lbs to go. Trying to stay positive but this is hard.
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Edwin Drashham - Tue, 31 Dec 2019 06:49:46 EST 9XtIQOYc No.96006 Reply
>>95739
Fuck errybody else, it's you who knows!
Great job bud, keep it up and show em
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Esther Sallypadging - Wed, 01 Jan 2020 18:42:17 EST d+Z43Ryj No.96007 Reply
>>95959
Stuff like green veg is carbs and you should absolutely eat a little. They aren't high calories though, it's not like crisps, or cakes or refined carbs. Or even nuts. A couple of portions of green veg, maybe some carrot, the odd onion or cabbage, etc has 2 significant benefits and you only need a couple of hundred calories worth per day.

>micronutrients
>fibre
That second one though. If you're lifting weights a lot and not eating veg you're going to strain a lot. This is how you get piles. Or rather it's how I get piles.

>why you would willing consume carbs
Because treating piles is miserable but piles are worse. Licking a wax bullet, shoving it up your arse and then sitting on a wadge of tissues to catch the molten shitwax is better than piles. But a portion of cabbage, brocolli peas and carrots maybe the odd mushroom with your meal is preferable to either option.

Eat less than you burn. Unless you're epileptic keto doesn't have any super powers beyond avoiding empty refined carbs and THOSE are the real issue.

Physical Therapist and Personal Trainer

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- Wed, 11 Jan 2017 19:58:14 EST L1txwjLH No.93835
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I finished my degree.

Ive been working in the field for 6 years
485/340/545 @ 82 kg

AMA

I dont know anything about steroids
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Caroline Sicklewot - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 17:35:06 EST 6HDnnoLP No.95923 Reply
I got here by accident trying to get to /nom/ but I think more thick thighs should be posted
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Doris Pemmerfoot - Thu, 26 Dec 2019 20:28:14 EST Kz3WAbj7 No.96000 Reply
>>95923
lol yeah i just clicked on this board by accident too and i think this whole board is jokes

Pickup lines at the gym

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- Wed, 13 Jun 2018 00:21:57 EST OGaH7Vuk No.94773
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I know people say don’t try to hit on girls at the gym but hey its worth a shot. But seriously how do you approach a female with headphones and say somthing interesting to her. Please share your wisdom. Thanks.
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Priscilla Trotway - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 13:11:45 EST p85xFx3L No.95941 Reply
>>95933
There's a mix of responses here so yes there is a mixture of attitudes on this board.
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John Pennerridge - Fri, 20 Dec 2019 03:07:09 EST mMTmpnb0 No.95986 Reply
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necro on a dead board but jesus christ

>how do you approach a female with headphones and say somthing interesting to her

you fucking don't
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Frederick Gindlestone - Sun, 22 Dec 2019 12:24:26 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95993 Reply
>>95933

Yeah, I definitely prefer to believe that the people who think it's okay to approach women at the gym aren't from around here and just showed up randomly.

30 day challenge

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- Fri, 20 Dec 2019 17:24:16 EST 65MoHg9w No.95988
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i am doing this program, pic related. i am now on day 15 and feel fucking great. i always do what says on the program and sometimes i add a little extra, +5-20 per day. my arms got bigger, i feel much hornier and stronger.

do you guys have any suggestions to a puny program like this? or should i just continue doing this every month?
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Edwin Nickleford - Fri, 20 Dec 2019 17:38:27 EST 65MoHg9w No.95990 Reply
>>95988
im currently just slightly overweight,,, 6 feet 7⁄16 '' and 90kilograms. i want to get massive without putting massive effort to it. so can i just do 50-100 pushups a day and be massive in a year or two?
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Doris Bandlefeck - Fri, 20 Dec 2019 18:04:12 EST zUkhK9Os No.95991 Reply
>>95990
No. Eventually your muscles will get used to the weight of your body and you will cease getting any bigger or stronger. And if you’re just doing pushups that will happen fairly quickly. I mean think about it, if everyone could get jacked just doing pushups then nobody would ever have to actually go to a gym and lift actual weights. Your body need more and more challenging stimulus to get bigger and stronger. It’s called progressive overload, look it up. When it come to something like strength and fitness, minimal effort will almost always yield minimal results.
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Clara Lightwill - Sat, 21 Dec 2019 10:38:33 EST Qm8Ct/U/ No.95992 Reply
>>95990
What Doris said is true, you will benefit from other body weight exercises, you'll need to do incline/partial pullups and dips and bodyweight squats maybe throw in some situps but if you start doing those as well in a small number of weeks you will at least burn a bit more energy and at least have a bit more confidence in your strength and determination. However to go much further you need more. You will end up a bit stronger and a lot lighter if you end up doing 100 of each every day but strength? Better than someone who doesn't work out at all. Big? Not a chance.

You are increasing your endurance, but past 10-12 reps you're really just testing your ability to supply blood to your muscles. If you can easily do more than 5 of something you're already past maximum strength gains. If you want mass then 8-12 reps will be limited (and so improve) by your short term storage (and bigger muscles can hold more reserves).

A good diet will help. Run a deficit until you're fairly lean, then up the calories. Keep protein well above the recommended 60g per day (more like 100+) especially once you're strength training. A good balance of vitamins, minerals etc will be important. Hydrate.

Plus you're only hitting one set of muscles.

Meals

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- Sun, 15 Dec 2019 15:50:06 EST J0XGIF4T No.95977
File: 1576443006279.jpg -(84925B / 82.93KB, 600x600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Meals
It's winter now and this is the time of year I tend to get less exercise and put on some weight. Any good recommendations on healthy meals? Doesn't have to be vegan or anything but I'd really like to lower my body fat % before summer hits. I always tend to forget about my health in the winter and when t-shirt weather hits i'm reminded of my lack in healthy eating habits. I want to change and I want to lose weight. pic related af.
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Cedric Shittingbanks - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 14:37:42 EST MRoZuKBf No.95980 Reply
You can go to almost any normie supermarket and eliminate anything with cheese and sauce and get some balanced food.
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Priscilla Hemmerstack - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 14:46:42 EST cYJFkimT No.95981 Reply
11% here. I eat one salad almost every day, make sure you change up which greens and meat you use so you don't get tired of it as well as sunflower seeds or peanuts for something extra. If you really want to keep your body fat low just cut out carbs almost completely from your diet
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Edward Nicklecocke - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 16:34:58 EST J0XGIF4T No.95983 Reply
>>95981
I don't want to go keto and cut out carbs completely but lately ive been cutting bread out of my diet as much as possible, I know veggies contain carbs and obviously rice/quinoa which I think I would have a tough time cutting out completely but it's not impossible.

Worst diets you ever heard of

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- Wed, 23 Oct 2019 17:08:56 EST T+lZa8w0 No.95870
File: 1571864936149.jpg -(519747B / 507.57KB, 1016x2264) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Worst diets you ever heard of
Just thought this would be fun to share the worst diet's / diet and exercise advice that we have ever heard. I'll start..

I saw an article that was posted on Bodybuilding.com about how to eat healthy and fuel your muscle growth if you are on a budget. This article advocated eating only three items, top ramen, peanut butter and lentils. WTF... but most inexplicably it said for the best results not to wash the lentils. I was speechless..
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Charles Cebberwell - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 15:13:36 EST mtbw+/4S No.95960 Reply
>>95931
banana cleansing is legit bro its just like a juice cleanse..
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Nicholas Dartville - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 20:19:46 EST 8FRiUwSt No.95962 Reply
>>95960
where do you even get that many fresh bananas. wait is it 50 a day or 50 a month. don't even tell me you're eating green ones...
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Nicholas Dartville - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 20:20:40 EST 8FRiUwSt No.95963 Reply
>>95962
okay no way i could eat 50 bananas a day... unless i was truely /ana/ .... still that's bad for the teeth.
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Stretch marks post surgery

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- Mon, 25 Nov 2019 09:21:15 EST sNWnoCSt No.95937
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About 2 years ago I underwent an extensive surgery which left me quite debilitated (bedridden for months, then small daily rehab) and unable to be active for the next year. Gradually, I have been regaining my strength and am currently working towards being as active as I once was. During the course of the rehab, my weight ballooned up from 190lbs to a maximum of 260lbs. With the recent increase in activity I've dropped down to my current weight of 240lbs, but my final goal is to get back to the 200 mark. I've noticed some stretch marks that appeared near my lower stomach, extending a few inches surrounding my navel area. Is there any way to reduce their appearance? Or something I could do to while I'm losing weight to help reduce the appearance?

Not sure if it matters but I'm currently 26 years old and 6'1"
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Simon Tillingfuck - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 16:01:22 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95938 Reply
I found these on google as the top five home remedies to help reduce stretch marks, presumably from best to worst, top down. Other than that I have no idea, but I wish you luck in your endeavors, my friend.


Vitamin A. Vitamin A is referred to as a retinoid. ...

Sugar. Some people swear by sugar as a homeopathic microdermabrasion method. ...

Aloe vera. ...

Hyaluronic acid. ...

Coconut oil.
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Charles Cebberwell - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 14:41:54 EST mtbw+/4S No.95958 Reply
>>95938
from personal experience, vitamin a oil works. i was a fat kid and lost a lot of weight in hs which left me with very unsightly stretch marks everywhere. daily application of vitamin a oil faded them extensively in less than a year

Fat loss while building muscle

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- Wed, 15 Feb 2017 10:11:21 EST 6KAeSp9W No.93924
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Now I know it's pretty fucking hard to do but I see it happen. I'm not trying to lose much fat at all so I know this won't be difficult. It's just that I have abs barely visible at this point and want them to pop a bit more. I mean I can literally pull down a bit of fat and see most of the definition in them.


How do I lose that tiny bit of fat covering my abs while still gaining muscle? I've looked it up and see various answers. Thanks.
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Wesley Meddlebury - Sun, 01 Dec 2019 20:30:07 EST zUkhK9Os No.95953 Reply
Just about everything >>95952 said is pretty on the money. Also as someone who had a pretty bad habit of munching hard intermittent fasting really helped quell that for me. Mentally I found it easier to resist snacking when I set a time when I would stop eating entirely. I think it helped those munchie ideations from creeping into my thought process when I was “done” eating for the night. Yeah the first week or two is a little rough but if you stick it out it definitely gets easier. It also helped me realize when I just felt a little “peckish” and when I was really legitimately hungry
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Matilda Fanbury - Mon, 02 Dec 2019 06:07:57 EST 1BqEvXuJ No.95954 Reply
>>93924
I would say the basics. Exercise parts you want to have be better of in terms of their size and change your diet. There's not much to it. It's a relatively basic scenario. lol You might ask yourself a question or two. "Is discomfort all the time actually that reasonable?" And for that question I would say I suppose not. Unless you're striving for the limits of physical existence I wouldn't bother being uncomfortable all the time. You could try yourself with diet challenges, weight training, life philosophy stuff, and other habits but if you have too much that's gonna be beyond difficult. I wouldn't suggest it. Try a more handle-able approach. See what happens there. It's certainly more agreeable. I would think it's day and night to the other path. So run with that and notice the great state of your life. Not that hard. lol What do others think on this? What do you have to say about any topics that have been brought up? Based.
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Matilda Fanbury - Mon, 02 Dec 2019 06:08:28 EST 1BqEvXuJ No.95955 Reply
I would say the basics. Exercise parts you want to have be better of in terms of their size and change your diet. There's not much to it. It's a relatively basic scenario. lol You might ask yourself a question or two. "Is discomfort all the time actually that reasonable?" And for that question I would say I suppose not. Unless you're striving for the limits of physical existence I wouldn't bother being uncomfortable all the time. You could try yourself with diet challenges, weight training, life philosophy stuff, and other habits but if you have too much that's gonna be beyond difficult. I wouldn't suggest it. Try a more handle-able approach. See what happens there. It's certainly more agreeable. I would think it's day and night to the other path. So run with that and notice the great state of your life. Not that hard. lol What do others think on this? What do you have to say about any topics that have been brought up? Based.

Eating unhealthy closer look

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- Sun, 04 Aug 2019 19:14:40 EST elOwE49S No.95648
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Lets say someone has a very healthy diet, never deviating from it. But that person then wants to eat something "unhealthy" like potato chips. What factors are at play for how long that persons "health" will be affected and what determines how well anyone can eat such things and it not really having a big impact on their health... Is it solely based on how strong their immune system is?

Also, once having shit out the potato chips, wont the body have reset to its original state of "health" or at least not having any continuous negative impact as long as no more potato chips are eaten?

When will the unhealthiness 'wear of' and what is really going on in depth?

What allows one person to eat several bags of chips a day and their health is not really impacted vs someone else barely being able to eat the second bag and realizing he or she should stay far as way as possible from those chips ... What factors are at play for how much one can tolerate unhealthy foods and get away with it?
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Polly Perringmon - Mon, 05 Aug 2019 13:07:09 EST B9vL6okO No.95650 Reply
>>95648
What the other guy said is all true.

The body has some margins for error and ability to process shit. Potato chips aren't poison, it's that they either displace other macro and micronutrient sources or make you fat. If your diet is good you have a bit of room for crap food honestly. Especially if you're active. However refined carbs do fuck with your metabolism. I normally eat healthy but someone brought crispy creme into work today so I had a big sugar crash this afternoon.

If you don't enjoy food at all then you are giving up pleasure and being happy is part of the reason to live and extends your life.

I know a guy whose vice is crisps. He has a couple of bags per day. However he otherwise eats healthily and plays football, runs triathlons and trains a lot and so it doesn't impact him. Empty carbs are fine because he doesn't eat lots of other shit food and is eating what he's burning and getting what he needs. He drinks occasionally, likes the odd cake but he also burns thousands of calories per week doing exercise outside his required routine.

All things in moderation. Make sure you're not chasing off the good things or making yourself ill.

Personally I don't have that ability so I have excess in moderation. I think that probably does have some repercussions even one day a month but my sanity is a balancing factor here. I still know when to stop and give my body time to recover rather than slowly getting fatter as a result of overdoing it.
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Jack Pockwater - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 10:47:44 EST LvBNBOiz No.95877 Reply
>>95648
The first thing you need to mindfully accept before starting any fitness journey is that doing something doesn't make you something. You are not unhealthy because you ate a food that you call unhealthy.
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Archie Clayworth - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 18:57:47 EST d/LJr21D No.95943 Reply
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No alcohol & sugar please

Fitness Goal

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- Thu, 08 Aug 2019 04:08:17 EST pNWH3EoV No.95657
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I've been working hard, my goal is to hit 10% body fat.

And the day I do, I'm calling in sick the next day and so's my girl, and we're going to fuck all day and in between various sex acts she's going to be doing fat lines of coke off my abs.
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Matilda Fibberbanks - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 15:39:08 EST uCz/+K40 No.95715 Reply
that sounds like a life experience i would enjoy. good luck OP
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William Puttingbit - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 21:48:45 EST x41HJwRk No.95850 Reply
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I'm gonna post my progress on my fitness goals in here:

>stretching more often
>running more often, working on speed and agility drills with HIIT
>walking outside more just for the hell of it
>exercising every weekday, sometimes even on the weekends
>eating healthy, cooking a lot of my own food, hitting my macros, keeping sodium low, drinking and smoking less
>going to bed early and waking up early too
>ACTUALLY LOSING WEIGHT CONSISTENTLY, THANK JEEBUS
>drinking more water, buddeh
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Isabella Hillymig - Wed, 20 Nov 2019 21:52:56 EST 74kl41c5 No.95930 Reply
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>>95696 Is that the one that causes audio hallucinations? Sounds kind of shit. I sometimes hallucinate voices sober and it's fucking annoying.

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