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Workout Noob

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- Mon, 10 Jun 2019 00:30:05 EST XRq8befd No.95484
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I want to join a local gym. I have zilcho experience with gym equipment nor what regimes I need to alternate between. Without getting a trainer what basic equipment will I encounter and what do I need to know to use them properly. I don't really know what to expect. How can a scrawny neet like me gain some muscle.
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infectious - Tue, 11 Jun 2019 15:43:27 EST XRq8befd No.95492 Reply
Alright, I have seen creatine at cvs for like $25-30. I used to make fruit smoothies. I may start again. I used to put flaxseed in it, but I might switch to hemp. Is there a preferred type of protein? I am recovering from long term dxm abuse and need to cleanse and rebuild my body.
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Walter Punningsudge - Tue, 11 Jun 2019 18:04:31 EST pdYtE9xy No.95493 Reply
>>95492
Just your typical whey protein is fine. I use Optimum Nutrition brand whey and creatine off of amazon and they both do the trick. Their vanilla flavors mix great with fruit smoothies. Remember, the laws of gains are simple: more work + more quality calories = more gains.

Also as much as we love to make fun of circlejerk around here r/fitness has a pretty good list of lifting routines on their wiki, I would poke around there and try and find a routine that will work for the equipment you have at your disposal as well as something you think you can stick with. Most all of them listed have at least somewhat have been tested to work so you should do fine with whichever on you decide on. I personally enjoy and have seen a lot of progress with a free weight variant of Push-Pull-Legs but not everyone is down for a 6 day a week regimen which is totally fine. Consistent work is, in my opinion, the most important part of any program.
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Molly Baffingham - Sun, 23 Jun 2019 03:22:37 EST IcLcfWoe No.95522 Reply
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>>95493
>Consistent work is, in my opinion, the most important part of any program.
This so much...

Subscapularis

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- Thu, 06 Sep 2018 19:11:29 EST 5NtbGv9Z No.94988
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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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Henry Snodbury - Sat, 13 Oct 2018 03:13:09 EST zPodxCZB No.95059 Reply
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For medical problems, see a doctor.
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Ebenezer Narringforth - Tue, 11 Jun 2019 10:20:12 EST OQOsgd+j No.95490 Reply
finally got surgery done arthroscopically and now i'm 4 months post op and I'm experiencing a tight, tender pain in my upper bicep. god i hate my life right now

Bohurt/ACL/SCA etc

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- Mon, 17 Jun 2019 01:02:40 EST 4j5yZUVS No.95508
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saving for a full steel kit, anyone have advice for training to wear 80lbs of steel?
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Sophie Nommerbanks - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 06:59:00 EST WalKWnZ4 No.95509 Reply
>>95508
Without firsthand experience in re enactment or whatever I know that it's not 80lbs (whatevet the PHB might say) and that the armour was designed to distribute the weight and be as mobile as possible (because you know... you had to fight in it). The mobility of plate armour is lower than a firefighter's PPE but it's lighter than a soldier's armour, of course both of them carry a lot more kit (PPE, Guns, food, insulated wire cutters, first aid kits and er... also first aid kits etc) and they do so in "live fire" situations. This is probably why in US there's at least a few marines into this.

You want to be generally fairly fit so that wearing it is a test of long term endurance. The biggest thing you can do is reduce the amount of excess weight you're carrying needlessly. Ie make sure you're quite lean. You have to wear this all day. Having some strength so that this is only a low fraction of your total exertion will help a lot but not as much as all the other stuff.

If you already hit the gym and lift then just make sure you're also doing a lot of lower intensity long duration cardio as well. If you don't then doing a bit of strength training can't hurt but you're training to carry this weight for hours at a time.

Cutting

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- Sat, 01 Dec 2018 01:42:03 EST m7e0OI0R No.95162
File: 1543646523205.jpg -(21575B / 21.07KB, 236x270) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Cutting
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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Reuben Worthinghood - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 19:29:58 EST Riy5Wxin No.95220 Reply
>>95219
But not like the guy who just doesn't eat and skips protein entirely? From what I can see it's important you keep your protein levels up every day as the carbs rise and fall.

That said.

Your body can't "adapt" too much because thermodynamics. I don't see how you'd increase your energy burned very much by switching it up but maybe you'll build more muscle if you eat close to maintenance on exercise days. Not sure you wouldn't then just lose more if you ran a huge deficit AND didn't use your muscles the next day though. It seems like if it works one way it'd work the other and it'd cancel out surely? Or has experimentation shown it's possible to limit the effect of the latter without harming the former while maintaining an overall deficit?

When I cut I've been able to maintain or gain strength reliably when doing so but if I can make it more effective still that'd be cool. What I've done works though so I don't want to fuck with it for unproven methodology.

Little sister beat me up

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- Tue, 24 Oct 2017 18:37:59 EST CCmXYlGw No.94467
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I'm a 19 year old man in charge of looking after my 11 year old sister on weekdays after her school ends. She's just got into gymnastics and is trying to prove that she's stronger than me, so she challenged me to a play fight which I accepted on the condition that it would be in good fun with no hitting.

I'm 6'1, 115lbs and she's 5'0 75lbs or something like that. The pic attached is what we look like.

So I thought I was stronger and would win, but she ended up wrapping her thighs around my neck and squeezing hard. I submitted but she said she wouldn't let go until I said that "I was her b*tch". I said it, then after she let go I lost my cool and punched her in the face. This was stupid and purely out of bruised ego, I regret doing it.

So we both fall to the floor, she wraps her thighs around my waist this time and it's 10 times more painful. I submit and this time she says she won't let go until I say that "the only girl I can get is an ugly retard" referring to my enthusiastic girlfriend. I reluctantly say this as the pain is unreal, but instead of letting go she just squeezes harder then cups my mouth with her hand. I get a panic attack and wet myself. I can't contract my body up and down anymore in order to breathe and pass out.

I went to the hospital later and had 3 broken ribs and 1 cracked rib. My parents blamed me as I punched her first and agreed to fight her. Fair enough, but I think she should get some of the blame too. What she did was sadistic and she still hasn't shown any remorse, she's still trying to prove she's better than me. I can't even look her in the eye anymore.
I hate feeling this weak, having anorexia has literally made me subhuman. Its made my bones brittle, its made me weaker than a little girl. I just want to be normal.

What should I do when she tries to boss me around? There's like a power dynamic between us now, how do I stand up for myself? Also, does she look stronger than me? I don't think she does.
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Lillian Sonkinway - Sat, 11 Nov 2017 19:17:55 EST 2eFj+QIw No.94502 Reply
This is a fake thread it was posted on the future but with a weird twist of the girl molesting him and if you google the chick it's some weird nickolodean star from show I don't know about
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TinyTrip !5pb17tfZto - Thu, 07 Dec 2017 22:27:04 EST D6tcx8FP No.94543 Reply
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> I fought my 11 year old sister
> I lost
> Made the score even with a clean sucker when she finally let me up
> power struggle with an 11 year old
>wut do
k OP first start with ripptoes, don't skip on squat and oats
Next learn Krav Maga
Soon you'll be able to throat punch her into submission

solid troll btw nb
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Ebenezer Narringforth - Tue, 11 Jun 2019 10:27:39 EST OQOsgd+j No.95491 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE

bare minimum proteins

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- Mon, 20 May 2019 12:37:13 EST GanhevWh No.95410
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so basically I am just making yakitori and eating that, maybe two sticks every eight hours, about four pieces of chicken, maybe like 4oz of chicken

then I eat canned vegetables because I am a poor nigga, sip a bit bourbon for the shakes, then continue to chain smoke the hunger away for the rest of the day

am i doin it rite
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Alice Bregglemock - Tue, 04 Jun 2019 21:40:14 EST A4hH3el/ No.95466 Reply
>>95465

Actually, I think KRS ONE just had bread and rice on his shelf.

Still beans, nuts, shit even whole carbs like oatmeal and brown rice have some protein. All cheap things you can stockpile.

thermodynamics

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- Thu, 18 Apr 2019 17:10:28 EST 2eFj+QIw No.95330
File: 1555621828152.png -(62917B / 61.44KB, 1228x1502) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. thermodynamics
>person eats 4000 calories a day
>doesnt get off computer for 10 minutes a day
>stays skinny
>lol hes got a fast metabolism
>i exercise, diet, starve, eat healthy
>ride a bike or go on my treadmill 5 days a week
>drink water and black coffee
>walk on treadmill until im covered in sweat all over and have to jump in the shower
>starve until im tired as fuck and feel like garbage every day
>stomach constantly growling
>LOL FUCK U FAT FUCK U DONT BREAK THE RULES OF THERMODYNAMICS ITS CALORIES IN AND OUT YOU FAT FUCK
>THERMODYNAMICS THERMODYNAMICS THERMODYNAMICS!!!!!!!!!

fuck i hate skinnyfags. i literally hate the thermodynamic fags so god damn fucking much i hate them so much. i was born with an unbearably high appetite chronic fatigue and half functioning my body. my body screams for food literally 18 hours a day and i can eat 3 whole pizzas in a sitting and my body works at half the rest of the world and doesnt burn any calories naturally
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Oliver Commerford - Tue, 14 May 2019 10:39:36 EST lWfNariP No.95396 Reply
One pizza is about 2000 calories OP.
That's my entire daily allowance if I want to maintain weight.
I literally had to wait 3 months to eat another pizza last time I was on a cut, because even cheating only once with a pizza would fuck up an entire week's progress.
Also skinny guys always overestimate how much they (can) eat.

Don't compare yourself to others, especially not to people with completely different metabolisms. You play the hand you've been dealt.
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Alice Bregglemock - Tue, 04 Jun 2019 21:50:19 EST A4hH3el/ No.95467 Reply
The calorie game can be won with cruciferous vegetables. You have to eat like 30 pounds of lettuce to get 2,500 calories. Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, brussel sprouts are foods that cannot make you fat. I always keep cabbage in the fridge because it's cheap and I can make a fuckload of it really fast.

Whole carbohydrates tend to have less calories and a lower glycemic index than their processed counterparts. So an apple will have %33-%50 the calories of a bran muffin. Table sugar actually has a lower glycemic index than white, or even whole wheat bread. Carrots are good, but turning them into juice raises the glycemic index.

Glycemic index is important because it represents how quickly and by how much a food will change your blood sugar. Flooding your body with sugar can trigger insulin production, sugar molecules sticking to your proteins and fucking everything up.

Rear Delts

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- Mon, 03 Jun 2019 07:27:42 EST a+3O/VHM No.95460
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Should I do them in push day or pull day?
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David Samblewuck - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 15:31:07 EST MaHb7tJo No.95461 Reply
I do my rear delt flys on my pull days

How do I get my skinny pathetic ass to gain weight?

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- Tue, 28 May 2019 17:16:49 EST gujsMloG No.95441
File: 1559078209843.jpg -(23915B / 23.35KB, 400x386) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. How do I get my skinny pathetic ass to gain weight?
Hey /a n a/ I'm 5'9 135lbs and wanna pack on weight and muscle.

Usually no matter how much I eat I can't seem to pack on any pounds, I don't do much cardio besides a little bit of jogging and I do lots of push ups, pull ups etc.

What am I doing wrong? I've been doing this since new years.

Is there some type of website or app I can go to that helps with food? Some suggested I try things like blue apron or some subscription app and pick meals with the highest cals and protein intakes
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Hedda Sucklespear - Tue, 28 May 2019 20:28:29 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95448 Reply
>>95447

That's not bad. If memory serves correctly, the average large egg has 6-7g of protein (some of the highest quality protein you can find) and 70-80 calories? A slice of toast roughly the same calories minus the protein, plus fiber. So say you eat an egg sandwich of three large eggs and two pieces of toast, that's at most 350 calories plus roughly 25 grams of protein, plus the cream and orange juice doesn't add too much. That's not a large breakfast by any means, probably not much for gaining weight, but it's a step in the right direction.

Ideally I'd want roughly twice that amount of calories, and almost double the protein (I eat 1 gram of protein per lb of body weight for weight lifting). I think the average bagel usually consists at least 300 calories. You could switch that for bread and have a bagel and egg sandwich, plus adding an ounce or two of sliced cheese will give you a significant calorie and protein boon. Supplement that with a handful of nuts and you've got a small time builders breakfast.
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Samuel Clayham - Tue, 28 May 2019 20:46:39 EST gujsMloG No.95450 Reply
>>95448
Well I'm trying to make it 6 small meals and a healthy snack in between. Like a protein shake or some protein bar.

Oh and it's grain bread, the bread is more for the health purpose.
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Samuel Clayham - Tue, 28 May 2019 21:28:20 EST gujsMloG No.95451 Reply
>>95448
I've also been in the habit of spreading mashed avocado on my toast now these days.

muscle weirdness

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- Fri, 24 May 2019 18:18:55 EST GanhevWh No.95428
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When you lose a whole bunch of weight, your skin tightens around your muscles, like say in your chest, changing the entire structure. But here's the weird part. As you lose weight, if you suddenly are able to move and articulate parts of your chest that you weren't before, what does that means?
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Nigel Blashwater - Fri, 24 May 2019 20:37:57 EST Tp1rP3uI No.95429 Reply
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Not exactly sure what you're talking about but I would guess that you have probably developed some muscle as well as losing some fat. Very possible especially when you're relatively new to working out, as in your first year or so, it's where the term "beginner gains" comes from. You will eventually hit your limit on what you can gain from being in a caloric deficit, but for the time being I would say keep doing what you're doing.
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Ebenezer Dacklemet - Fri, 24 May 2019 23:02:29 EST GanhevWh No.95430 Reply
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>>95429
The actual fitness history is really complicated because it gets interrupted by things like prison and homelessness. I was in really good shape towards the end of college and then gained again after office work, then got in shape again, then went homeless and got jacked temporarily strangely, then got fat again in rehab. And here we are! Yay. I have a home weight set but need more plates probably will get some more off of CL, ebay or amazon, whichever is cheapest and conveient

New Years Resolutions and Weight Equipment

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- Thu, 07 Jan 2016 19:07:30 EST pDb8LhgN No.93001
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Hey /ana/ (when did it change from /fit/?) anywho, I'm starting this year on the right foot. I'm not drinking for a month, I've started doing yoga every day, and I'm trying to eat better and keep my finances in check.

I'm a full-time line cook, about 5'11" and probably 130-150 lbs, and i've never really worked out besides walking every where, or riding my bike. The yoga has been great, I'm on day 4 of a 30 day yoga challenge and I certainly plan on continuing my practice after the 30 days.

I come to you today as a total newbie to the workout life. I just looked around on the internet for a beginner bodyweight program that i can do at home until I can get enough money together for a weight set. Here's the routine:

Three Circuits of:
>20 squats
>10 push-ups
>20 lunges
>10 dumbbell rows (using a jug filled with sand or something)
>15 second plank
>30 jumping jacks

I think that's a pretty good start for me, not knowing much about working out. So I guess my questions are this:

>What are things that I should include in my diet? Keep in mind that I don't make too much to buy a lot of groceries. I do have protein powder however.

>Is yoga a good way to warm up before working out?

>Does anyone have a particular weight set they'd recommend that I can get on the cheap?

And basically any other general tips for a newbie who's goal is to transition from a stick with a beer gut, to having a sort of Christian Bale body (best analogy I could come up with)

Thanks for any advice, links, videos, tips, tricks, etc!
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Beatrice Hebblebury - Sat, 04 May 2019 23:48:28 EST dEcldrii No.95373 Reply
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Working hard and boy, my shoulders are sore.

Really need help new year new program

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- Tue, 02 Jan 2018 19:09:48 EST QRbgnf6i No.94599
File: 1514938188087.jpg -(270815B / 264.47KB, 1200x1600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Really need help new year new program
I want to do somthing a bit different
Full body heavy weight workouts burn me out too much
I like pplxppl now
But I'm bored of just doing straight sets of like 3x5 3x12

But then when I've tried other programs what mess about with different rep ranges I sort of lose strength (but have looked more cut)

i was half thinkin ofgoing to some big bodybuilding gym close to me for a change and start using machines but i wouldn't know what to do in terms of making it all consistency and making sure I don't burn out due to doing too much

I was also looking st the PHUL workout doesn't seem bad but I feel like there are better programs out there

What should I do ?

Btw my stats are
Bw 80kg
When I get back to my 5 rep Max's this is what I end up getting

Bench 85kg 90kg with a spot(must be scared to drop it even on the rack ha)
Deadlift have been up to 160
Squat 115kg
Ohp 60kg
Rows 90kg

Yeh maybe you could say I should go back on the Texas method or somthing but that's just so fuckingg boring.
And that's my main problem at the min I want to aesthetically look good but in just sort of getting bored to death of it all
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Cornelius Gickleshaw - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 06:02:39 EST Ij0i62m7 No.94807 Reply
>>94645
nigga you do more sets and reps in one day than I do in whole week, why not use some weight? I can't even imagine doing deadlifts after fronts
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Nicholas Monnerdadging - Tue, 10 Jul 2018 13:05:08 EST ryGNpiKd No.94809 Reply
>But I'm bored
enjoy mediocrity

back exercises

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- Sun, 24 Mar 2019 15:00:59 EST f5/sr5Dn No.95256
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Sup /ana/

So I'm in average shape, most of my exercise is just doing long runs to blow off steam and help my mental health, pushups from time to time. I noticed my back is lacking in muscle, upper and lower.

Do you guys have any suggestions for getting a normal healthy back without a complicated routine? I do have a gym membership. I'm looking at exercises on youtube and google but theres so many..it's a little overwhelming. I'd feel a little more confident in giving them a shot if somebody here is willing to just recommend a few good starter exercises for a well rounded back.

I did starting strength about a year ago and that was going well. Should I just jump back into doing that?
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Esther Crimmlechut - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 09:52:22 EST REJ3xcyX No.95282 Reply
Deadlift
Squat
Pull up
Pendlay row & 45° bent over row
Overhead press (for upper back)

Don't forget your lats and your shoulders are also part of your back and will contribute to making it look bigger. Especially your upper back shoulder area is prone to getting bumpy.
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Shit Brallystone - Mon, 01 Apr 2019 18:20:01 EST 7lxim7JR No.95286 Reply
Thanks guys. Gonna hit the gym today and do Deadlifts, pendlay rows, and maybe squats and overhead press.

I honestly don't know if I could do a pull-up right now.
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press - Fri, 05 Apr 2019 10:34:33 EST pozuiGDC No.95294 Reply
>>95286
>I honestly don't know if I could do a pull-up right now.
sounds like starting strength alright. jk

i reread the thread and i find the phrasing )well rounded back( hilarious
how long did you do the SS routine for and how far did you get? thanks to muscle memory it can be very easy to get back to a good portion of previous functional strength
best of luck to you and keep at it!

Stupid gay thread

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- Tue, 26 Mar 2019 22:30:13 EST V7fL4GWS No.95265
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Okay, so I need a little bit of guidance.
I have a horrible gut. And I'm so fucking ashamed of my body that I'm having struggles just being in public and shit, anxiety and weird body issues and the whole shabang. I used to be really fat, then I got in OK shape, and now I've noticed after 2 years of crippling depression I'm on the fast lane to right back where I started.

All in all, I just wanna get in good enough shape so I can remove my t-shirt when I'm with a girl and not feel so shit it literally kills my sex and self-esteem. I've been seeing a private trainer for about 5 sessions now, and we're doing a full body workout for strength training, but the only cardio I do is running 15-20 minutes beforehand to warm up.

I just thought I'd ask what I can expect till summer, if anyone here think I'll be able to go to the beach or something without feeling horrible, if I should start dieting, if I should start to do more cardio or whatever, just general tips.

I'll post a picture I took last week just to show you guys where I'm at, and I'll also most what I've been doing this last weeks. It's written in Norwegian mostly, but what muscle group I'm practicing is in English at least. Reps is repetitions and Vekt is the weight of the weights, lol.

I'd really appreciate some feedback, because I hear so much crazy shit and I'm kinda embarrassed talking about to my coach weirdly enough, I don't wanna be seen as incredibly vain even tho I am. Still feeling exhausted after last session, and I kinda think what's the point, but I think it might be my bipolar hitting me + bad sleep. Just feel horrible.

Thanks for any help guys.
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Henry Gevingwell - Tue, 26 Mar 2019 22:36:13 EST V7fL4GWS No.95268 Reply
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Should probably mention that I work out 2 days a week, and I can't really work out strength more than that since I'm literally jello in my whole body for the next two days. But I wanna fit in one day of cardio on Sundays when I'm getting into it. Probably after I've at least worked out one month and my muscles don't ache as much as now that I'm a newb.
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Edwin Farringridge - Wed, 03 Apr 2019 13:44:36 EST Glk8Tpeu No.95287 Reply
Lol relax nigga it aint even that bad.

Start by keeping track of all your calories coming in (there's some good apps). That way, whatever you decide to do won't leave you unsure about your diet and have you gaining unwanted weight again.

>>I don't wanna be seen as incredibly vain even tho I am
My man. What's so vain about not wanting to look like shit? What's so vain about asking for help to accomplish your goals in an efficient way? Talk to your coach ffs. That's what you pay him for, no?

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