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- Sat, 09 Dec 2017 12:49:25 EST e8IW0tjt No.94547
File: 1512841765560.png -(210774B / 205.83KB, 800x600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. HELP ME GET STRONG WITH ONLY A PULL UP BAR
whats up guys. i have limited weight lifting experience. my max bench was 155 with a barbell if that gives you any idea. anyway i havent lifted any weights in months but have been doing pull ups every now and again. i can do 8 real pull ups in the underhand grip, and like 2 or 3 with an overhand wide grip.

anyways I want to know a basic schedule to keep me in shape, and build upper body strength. i find doing it every day is counterproductive for me and most of the schedules i find seem to be like 5 days a week but i feel like 3 or 4 would be more ideal.

or would it be better to just do it whenever i feel the urge instead of having a set schedule?
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Fanny Shakebanks - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 00:14:23 EST MUYKVZkn No.94583 Reply
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>>94557 probably this.
Get good at the more challenging pushup variations: triangle, archer, maybe one day you can do one handers or Jack Lalanes.
If there is a park near you with dip bars or monkey bars use those for bodyweight exercise, I feel a bit weird doing this if there are other people around.
Jarvis Druttingferk - Fri, 29 Dec 2017 20:18:16 EST l/IRl7RI No.94588 Reply
-Different pull-up variations
-Hanging leg raise
-Hang a good resistance band around it then put it around your waist and do planche holds/push-ups

Another thing to think about is different grips for the pull-ups. You can hang towels off it, that's a pretty cost effective way. Or get some fat grips which are good to have anyways if you're going super minimalist. I'd also consider getting a weighted vest for more strength work
TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Mon, 01 Jan 2018 11:54:13 EST SSzHRMMv No.94590 Reply
It's possible to keep in shape (I did) but you'll probably need to be a stronger starting point. I do them daily although "intense" sets were alternated.

Develop strength for weighted pullups. (this made my lats my strongest point and really grew my arms despite the fact that I rarely did any sort of isolation for biceps)

Learn how to do supermans


Variations, develop strong control of your body while on bars

I do a lot of "crucifixes" a sort of hybrid between dead hang leg raises and negatives

Please advise

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- Tue, 12 Dec 2017 21:12:26 EST vDIWjWBl No.94559
File: 1513131146140.jpg -(1602196B / 1.53MB, 3264x1836) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Please advise
I've been doing a variation on starting strength I saw posted here once (I'd post the link but I'm on my phone) for the last 4 months. Definitely lifting more than when I first started, feel and look stronger, and overall happy with progress I've made. But I can't help but feel I should be making more progress. The idea that I should be adding 5 pounds a week? That seems unreal to me. I can't add weight that quickly. What am I doing wrong? I follow the workout exactly, except the eating part. Is that what I'm missing? I'm a student though, I can't afford, money wise or time wise, to be eating 3000 calories everyday. I haven't been counting precisely because that also seems ridiculous, I mean, I make a big pot of chili or spaghetti sauce, am I supposed to total the calories and portion it out beforehand? That just seems like too much work. Anyway, definitely eating more than I have in the past, and getting more than 2000 for sure.

So am I doing this half-assedly? If I don't want to commit should I just be happy with the progress I make? Is there an easy way to do this? Why am I unable to add 5 a week?
Reuben Buzzstone - Wed, 13 Dec 2017 15:38:31 EST fECR96nr No.94561 Reply
> If I don't want to commit should I just be happy with the progress I make?

Can't answer the rest but it's not that you aren't committing, you just may not be able to commit yourself 100%. Not committing would be doing nothing, so yeah, be happy with what you're getting if you don't have the time to achieve more. Such is the nature of corporeal existence b
Fuck Dazzlemedging - Fri, 29 Dec 2017 19:41:39 EST +ZSWhQhQ No.94587 Reply
Eating healthy is cheap. Beans, vegetables, nuts, pasta. An entire box of vegetable noodles is $1 at any grocery store. Dry beans are hella cheap and full of protein and calories. Nuts, peanuts mostly, are generally cheap and full of protein and calories.

Eating is half the struggle.

Help me stop being a fat piece of shit

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- Tue, 05 Dec 2017 02:28:52 EST OmLCn6L4 No.94530
File: 1512458932205.jpg -(7510B / 7.33KB, 200x200) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Help me stop being a fat piece of shit
I spent 500 dollars earlier in the year on a bicycle to try and lose weight. Every time I went to ride it something on the bike would fucking break, literally every time (probably because I'm a fat piece of shit). I did this like 9 times and spent over a thousand dollars getting this bike fixed over and over and now its sitting collecting dust and getting rusty. I have gone from 250lb at the start of the year to 310lb now. I am constantly stressed out and have a horrible habit of going through a drive through and eating shitty fast food when I get stressed.

I need to cut for a while before gaining muscles. I should honestly probably lose like 120 lbs before attempting to bulk. I'm 6 ft 1 inches btw, 310lbs. Someone please tell me what to do. I am currently trying to get on adderall or some other such stimulant from a doctor to lose weight, I'm literally drug seeking like a dope fiend because I need to slim the fuck down before I ruin any chance I have at a decently happy life.

ITT tell me what to eat/how to count calories, etc, also workout tips? How do I even cardio with no bike? Running hurts like a motherfucker because I'm a land whale
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Fucking Drerringridge - Sat, 16 Dec 2017 07:37:53 EST p+gd7C9t No.94570 Reply
He's right but there is more. The metabolic effect would be noticeable but it's not a big deal by itself. It is not however by itself.
>muscle does burn 3 times as much energy at rest as fat, but that's 12kcal/day/kg instead of 4.
>16 pounds of muscle adds about 100kcal to your BMR

Now if OP is losing weight and gains muscle he's not going to gain 16 pounds, and it'll be over time (though frontloaded), so if we're generous that's 50kcal a day on average.
>3500kcal is about 1 pound of fat so that's 1 pound every 70 days
So that means if he runs a 1000kcal/day deficit he'd probably take about 18 months. Gaining muscle will shorten this by about 3 weeks. Every bit helps but there's more.
>However building muscle takes energy
>More muscle means more power and so you can burn more energy by exercising more intensely
>and more energy needed to repair when you're done
>These reasons is why muscle will help and why Ian is still correct in his advice.

Additionally speaking from experience, if you just lose weight when you're done you'll be skinnyfat and if you've been that overweight very long your skin will not shrink back entirely. Contrary to popular belief losing weight too fast won't make this worse in the long run, if anything it'll be better because you're big for less time and so less permanent damage will occur, but it will make this effect more pronounced while your skin catches up, you're already in long haul so don't go slow just so you can be a bit less baggy for a few weeks, anyway I digress If you have good muscle definition you will feel a lot better about your body and be more attractive. There is a good chance you will never be super ripped and you'll always be flabby in the middle but you can have great arms, great legs and if you've got some muscle, that will still show. You will feel better about yourself sooner.

Also it'll improve your mobility, posture and all other practical things strength even tangentially helps with at all stages during the weight loss.
Barnaby Sevingstock - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 02:15:33 EST OmLCn6L4 No.94584 Reply
Well I bought the bike and had my friend who works at a bike shop throw it together but I bet he was being a lazy fucking asshole and didn't do it properly. The spokes kept going out of true and I crashed it pretty hard exactly one time the first time I rode it, it didn't seem like it was the crash that did it though idk. Fuck that bike.

Really solid advice. I like the 11 hour window thing, I never thought about it that way. Thank you man.

Ok word, walks, I'll do some walks. Thanks bro.

I don't drink much. Maybe a handful of times a year. I have drank 3 times this month but it was my birthday and christmas, that's easily the most I've drank all year. I smoke weed but not cigarettes. I drive uber for work because I've been stuck in low-pay cycle my whole life and prefer barely making it on my own terms to being fucking abused so no opportunity to walk more often at work.

How would you recommend I do keto? I would really like to try it because my dad did it and lost a decent amount of weight, he put it right back on but thats because he has no focus. What can you eat on keto besides meat? I am really curious about it.

The fucked up thing is that I have had a gym membership for months and I've let myself get so isolated and full of anxiety that I haven't gone much. You're absolutely right about the drive through, I've gone much less this month. Been eating at home more and doing some meal prep which has made me feel a lot better just in terms of energy levels and mental clarity, the calorie dense fatty foods make me sluggish and depressed big time, probably had a lot to do with my anxiety and stress levels as well. That's a good idea bringing protein bars in the car, I should get some trail mix or some shit to bring in my center console.. Thank you bro, and no worries about the bro science, bro science is just common sense shit that works.

Thank you for the breakdown. 1000 calorie deficit per day sounds like a good goal. I definitely want to do the long cut and then gain muscle. I need to do some homework and determine my bmr..

I'm hopefully still going to get the adderall. I also want it to learn how to code because I'm a fucking horrible student. I don't want to abuse it or anything, having amphetamines in your system raises your bmr significantly and contributes to burning fat stores, I need all the help I can get.
Nigel Givingstock - Wed, 27 Dec 2017 15:30:52 EST tuZ2hQav No.94585 Reply
If you're 6 foot 1 and average ish build like me your BMR at your target weight is 1800-1900 calories. Because that's mine. I personally tapered down to 1600 calories over 6 months, starting at 2600. As my weight fell I exercised more and more. Even if I was ill on a given day at that level I'd still be in deficit. 1600 calories is not a lot of fun and you have to make an effort to include veg and protein so you remain healthy but you can fit a few treats in there. If you do weights make sure you get plenty of fibre. Just living on protein and then going to the gym and straining might give you piles. And shoving a wax bullet up your arsehole and then putting tissue in your underwear to catch the shitmelt is much less pleasant than cabbage, celery and mixed frozen veg.

Fitness Database

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- Mon, 11 Dec 2017 14:46:48 EST ikaHKFhY No.94551
File: 1513021608473.jpg -(18626B / 18.19KB, 364x300) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Fitness Database
Currently I work in a youth center for traumatized teenagers. Most of them do not speak English nor can read English script. I'm looking to find a website with visual exercise explanations, as well as diagrams showing what muscles are worked. The aim for us to create a small booklet that we can use to help the teenagers design their own workouts using simple workout templates, build up a fundamental knowledge of fitness while not relying on language based explanations. We mostly work with dumbbells, kettlebells and calisthenics. If anybody knew of any accessible websites that had content similar to this that would be great.

Happy deadlifting.
Edwin Tootforth - Mon, 11 Dec 2017 16:49:01 EST 4+458rlZ No.94552 Reply
Visual only with no language explanation? Fuck, I work as a trainer - and I;ve trained deaf and blind people - and that sounds hard as fuck. If such a thing were to be made it could make millions in profits.
Lillian Bimmlechutch - Mon, 11 Dec 2017 17:17:55 EST LZQUuWue No.94554 Reply
Read Mark Rippetoe's book Starting Strength. It was literally designed with situations like yours in mind. I don't think they should be creating their own routines though. That's for people who are already in good physical fitness and need to start focusing on muscle groups. The Starting Strength method is super easy and can be done in a 45 minute time span. Google for it and you'll find a free PDF. It's got good pictures in it as well.
Lillian Bimmlechutch - Mon, 11 Dec 2017 17:24:47 EST LZQUuWue No.94555 Reply
Keep in mind that it uses a number focused progression method. So, it's 3 sets of 5 squats, 3 sets of 5 benchpresses, and 3 sets of 5 deadlifts, 3 times a week, adding 5 pounds each workout session. A quick 5 minute running warm up and you've got an easy workout that anyone can understand. Focus on the 3s and 5s and they'll be showing progression each workout for months. Once they get past this "Weightlifting 101" then they can start customizing the workout for their specific needs. The book goes into much more detail and even offers different exercises to move into as you advance.

Anyways, report back with what you end up doing.


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- Sat, 27 May 2017 13:45:02 EST bxEl+B3j No.94180
File: 1495907102422.jpg -(9725B / 9.50KB, 296x170) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Gym
I have to go to the gym! But i have no endurance, I get really tired really fast. How should I start?
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Lydia Blatherridge - Mon, 30 Oct 2017 22:42:46 EST 605DACzT No.94484 Reply
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Kind of... gives you a subtle nervous system boost and raises your heart rate... Helps you use more energy, might make you feel good, motivate you to throw in a few more sets, also might actually help to reduce swelling in your joints... I'm a caffeine junkie though, I probably overdo caffeine and so I might go insane or have a heart attack.
Lillian Tillingwill - Fri, 03 Nov 2017 03:28:22 EST 605DACzT No.94493 Reply
However, can cause sleep problems which will work against you, and its a diuretic, which means it can exacerbate gout in your joints which will also work against you.
TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Thu, 07 Dec 2017 22:35:45 EST D6tcx8FP No.94544 Reply
Stimulants can enhance your performance.

They also raise the risk of serious health consequences when combined with excercise, but that will vary between individuals.

Thoracic spine pain

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- Sat, 14 Oct 2017 16:39:35 EST 605DACzT No.94446
File: 1508013575616.jpg -(26583B / 25.96KB, 640x432) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Thoracic spine pain
Should I rest? Is having a dull ache in your thoracic spine normal or should I take a break for a few weeks to do physio and stuff to try and fix the pain? When I start again I want to set up a camera to see if it's goofed form that's wrecking my spine.
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Molly Cuzzlechuck - Tue, 05 Dec 2017 15:09:01 EST iQGIlGVP No.94535 Reply
do some thoracic foam rolling
TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Thu, 07 Dec 2017 22:19:09 EST D6tcx8FP No.94541 Reply
what are exactly?

Could be tendinitis, pretty common among gym rats and overhead shit can be painful . Happened to me, french presses were like that for me too.

I was goin do pplPPLx and found this

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- Thu, 30 Nov 2017 19:32:53 EST nDVGKTL4 No.94518
File: 1512088373557.jpg -(33382B / 32.60KB, 640x1138) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. I was goin do pplPPLx and found this
I like the look of this and wondering if any one has done anything similar
It uses different methods than I'm used to like pre exhausting your muscles with ISO exercises then doing your compounds.

Depending on how it goes I may only do one leg day then go to some kickboxing circuit class (just to mix up what I do) do a lot of squats lunges and rupees there any way.

William Shittingford - Sat, 02 Dec 2017 07:46:40 EST QRbgnf6i No.94525 Reply
Goin try chest today but swap dips with decline bench as nod up mststiom where I'm goin

>Pec-dec (to pre-exhaust): 3 sets of 12 reps
>Incline Dumbbell Press: 4 sets; 15 reps, 12 reps, 10 reps, 8 reps (all to failure – pyramid up in weight)
>Dips: 2 sets to failure (add weight if you can)
>Seated Dumbbell Laterals - 3 sets of 12 reps
>Bent-over Dumbbell Lateral - 3 sets of 25 reps
>Barbell Overhead Press – 3 sets of 8 reps
>Rope Pushdowns: 3 sets: 15, 12, 10 reps (pyramid up in weight)
>Ez-Bar Skullcrushers: 3 sets of 15 reps

Day 2


>Wide Grip Pulldown: 4 sets of 15 reps
>Dumbbell Row Deadstops: 4 sets of 10 reps
>Dumbbell Shrugs: 3 sets of 12 reps
>Floor Deadlifts: 3 sets: 1 x 5, 1 x 4, 1 x 3
>EZ-Bar Curls: 4 sets: 15 reps, 12 reps, 10 reps, 8 reps (all to failure – pyramid up in weight
>db curls 3 second negative 3x8
>Machine Curl: 1 set of 20 reps

Day 3

>Lying Leg Curls: 4 sets: 15 reps, 12 rep, 10 reps, 8 reps.
>Leg Press: 3 sets: 1 x 20, 1 x failure, 1 x failure
>Squats: 1 set of 20 reps
>Stiff Leg Dumbbell Deadlifts: 4 sets of 10 reps
>Standing Calf Raises (or Calves on Leg Press) – 4 sets of 12 reps
>Seated Calf Raises – 4 sets of 15 to 20 reps
William Sanningweg - Sun, 03 Dec 2017 14:15:14 EST QRbgnf6i No.94527 Reply
I've done chest and back day and it feels like a good new method.

I'm seeing how It's going to work.
Hit the ISO exercises while your fresh and you really feel that concentration in the muscles more compared to the compound exercises.
because your muscles are fatigued afterwards you feel your muscles working harder than normal.

Combining this with the keto diet so I'll see how it g ones I til the end of the year

Not Feeling It In The Back

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- Thu, 23 Nov 2017 06:47:52 EST Pba2379Z No.94513
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I've been weight lifting properly for a little over a year now, and I've seen quite a decent body transformation thus far. Up until 2 months ago I was training as follows:

Day 1. Triceps / Chest
Day 2. Biceps / Back
Day 3. Legs
Day 4. Rest

And then I would repeat. However my arms seem to be lacking so I changed it up to
Day 1. Chest / Triceps / Biceps
Day 2. Back / Legs / Shoulders
Day 3. Rest

Then repeat from there, and I have seen an increase in arm muscle mass. However my back is tough to work on. When I exercise my back, I have 2 issues. Firstly if I attempt decent squats or barbell rows, I have lower back pain for days or weeks after. The kind of pain that extends down the legs, it sucks. But even if I work with things like lat pull downs or anything else, I feel it too much in my forearms. I know this is bad form and I can't active my back muscles that well. My lats are widening quite nicely, but as far as bulky uncle mass goes, my chest is way more developed than my back. Any tips?
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Shit Brickledale - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 02:55:05 EST Pba2379Z No.94516 Reply
I meant deadlift not squats btw.

Anyway I have only ever had upper leg pain from my lower back twice. For some reference here on how neglected my back is after a year of training, I would deadlift 40KGs for reps. For barbell rows I would do 20-30KGs. I did some rows yesterday and today I have pretty much no back pain, so I do think it is a combination of poor form and having a weak lower back. Also when I was growing up, i worked with my dad in manual labour now and then, and I think I lifted things with crappy form then too, I was just a kid so..
Clara Dimblespear - Sat, 02 Dec 2017 01:24:18 EST V73ejJsB No.94523 Reply
You can do pressing movements 2-3x a week

you can train legs 2-3x a week

you essentially increased your frequency and noticed it's benefit.

While your body CAN handle 2-3x like I said above, you need to ease into it.

Also, I have novices start at that, but at light weight.

Doing bro splits is bad because of the fact that your muscle recovers in 48-72 hours, essentially making every hour after 72 a time in which you should be hitting that muscle and the muscle gets weaker.

there's also tonnes of research behidn hitting rowing and pressing in the same session, hitting full body every session...the possibilities to push you are endless and the brosplit is literally the bottom of the barrel.

tl;dr- get on starting strength and get strong
Clara Dimblespear - Sat, 02 Dec 2017 01:25:44 EST V73ejJsB No.94524 Reply
Also if you have pain from deadlifts, squats, barbell rows - it is either the weight that makes oyur technique improper or just improper techinque regardless of the weight

If you don't know what "bracing" is, probably start there.

Look up "starting strength" and see the "how to X" videos or hire a trainer.

How to not be weak faggot.

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- Mon, 30 Oct 2017 23:49:46 EST YVDt30e6 No.94485
File: 1509421786105.jpg -(37324B / 36.45KB, 600x600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How to not be weak faggot.
I went to military school, weighed in at 130. Five months later, I came out at 150. I was lazy for all of two months, I swear, and now I’m down to 135 again. In two months I go to basic, and I want to know what are your guys tips on gaining muscle weight fast. The only thing I will stop at is steroids.
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Henry Hadgewater - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 09:02:19 EST 9y/TvKzr No.94511 Reply
Op I've been struggling to gain weight for years. I actually just weighed in yesterday at 140lbs, up from 130lbs at the start of the year. In your goal of, "not being a weak faggot," step one is putting on pounds.
Clara Dimblespear - Sat, 02 Dec 2017 01:21:55 EST V73ejJsB No.94522 Reply
I only correct you for your benefit, sorry if I was mean,

Leg cover

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- Sat, 11 Nov 2017 19:06:50 EST 2eFj+QIw No.94501
File: 1510445210723.jpg -(75705B / 73.93KB, 1500x1500) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Leg cover
What are those latex nylon looking leg covers basketball players wear and shit? It's getting really fucking cold and I wanna get some.

Looks like this but for legs instead of sleeve
Henry Hadgewater - Wed, 22 Nov 2017 09:06:33 EST 9y/TvKzr No.94512 Reply
Tights? Under armor? Leggings? I have a pair of padded biking leggings that I bought online for $50. Not normally the kind of money I would ever spend on something like that, but the pads make it worthwhile.


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- Fri, 28 Jul 2017 19:11:00 EST ZbJlxtMJ No.94327
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What should I add?
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Reuben Wemmlestone - Sun, 12 Nov 2017 17:16:19 EST BgVae5pF No.94503 Reply
Honestly if you're trying this hard to lose weight I think you should just talk with your doctor and do a full on medically supervised water fast. It will be easier eating nothing rather than eating 600 calories a day once you make it past the first three days.

Do not do this without talking to your Dr. as it can kill you.
Shitting Drebblefuck - Sun, 19 Nov 2017 05:58:17 EST W4hpWQ+J No.94508 Reply
>posting in an ancient thread OP never replied to
Oh Reuben.


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- Thu, 28 Sep 2017 04:54:40 EST itMMTkir No.94434
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I want to get retard strength ripped but I don't want to take hgh or traditional steroids. Is there a chemical, preferably cheap and unregulated that can give me huge muscle growth, bone density and vascularity?
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10/10 - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 07:21:27 EST 4VflwSaK No.94463 Reply
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I wanna get swole like BANE from Batman. Mmmm... venom(TM) right into my veins.
Caroline Sashshit - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 09:36:03 EST vMPGCg26 No.94469 Reply
I want to be strong, but I don't want to work for it.

Me too, op. Me too. Just kidding. Working for it is legit most of the fun. Haaaaave fun with it!!

Oh yeah, just remember, haaaaave fun with it!!!! He's that swiprole coming along, op? Hmm? Hm?
Cornelius Pibblewater - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 21:37:22 EST pjoZZpQl No.94483 Reply
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liquid diet

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- Mon, 07 Aug 2017 13:10:44 EST 7DMYXqAU No.94356
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Is it a good idea/safe to try and work out when I can't actually eat anything solid? I literally made the decision two days ago to get back on healthy eating and exercising with the intention of bulking/strengthening enough to give me the confidence/incentive to finally start going to the gym, but then after one day of that some creep outside a bar smacked me in the jaw leaving me unable to chew solid food.

I've been drinking soup and protein shakes with added fruit, would it be wise to try and keep up with exercise or would I just be doing unnecessary damage?

I hate my life
Priscilla Fanhood - Mon, 07 Aug 2017 23:52:25 EST PxD3sApo No.94366 Reply
As long as you are hitting the calories you should be and the macros you need, it shouldn't make much of a difference
10 out of 10 - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 06:48:53 EST KcxzA8FH No.94468 Reply
Liquid diet is for the toothless

Anybody Box, MMA?

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- Thu, 18 May 2017 00:05:52 EST Z0hXLoav No.94161
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I been considering taking fighting to the next level by joining a boxing gym then later wanting to chase MMA

What are some insightful advice do you fellow fighters have to offer like on diet, work outs, drills, cardio, scheduling, mentality, discipline.

I have experience on fighting but the main things I struggle on is self discipline, diet and I'm concerned about scheduling also due to having a job. What are good ways to combat lack of self discipline and unorganized diet.

What role does weight lifting play also and what kind of weight lifting should I be doing. I have so many questions so please just lay down any advice thanks
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Ian Pocklewell - Tue, 03 Oct 2017 21:33:51 EST aAeGhNNL No.94444 Reply

wow your 5 years of amateur weightlifting beats my 2 degrees and 10 years of professional experience dealing with literally hundreds of disc-related patients. keep on keepin on, ape
10/10 - Mon, 23 Oct 2017 06:45:48 EST 4VflwSaK No.94461 Reply
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I get paid to BOX like a BISON!

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