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Bump While Glowing: End of the line edition

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- Sun, 07 Jul 2019 12:13:20 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95572
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Old thread took the plunge.

Just hit the bis, tris, and lats.

Bring on the bump
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Caroline Grimgold - Sun, 07 Jul 2019 16:47:21 EST Tp1rP3uI No.95573 Reply
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On my "rest" day today which consisted of core work and some accessory arm and trap workouts. I'm sore as hell from hitting legs yesterday so I'll probably try and go for a walk later which I have found to be the only thing that ive done so far that actually helps with soreness.
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Fanny Wullychat - Tue, 09 Jul 2019 13:49:37 EST 36ufIqo3 No.95574 Reply
Did 465x5 deadlift and my wide grip bench keeps fucking getting easier every week so I'm keeping it on the program until it gets hard.
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Fuck Clayford - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 19:17:29 EST P/LOpLFD No.95588 Reply
Went back to the gym for the first time in a month. Did back today and all my strength is still there. I'm exhausted physically. But, mentally I feel good!

I weighed in at 202lbs today. Started my diet today and I plan on losing 45lbs by the end of the year.
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Esther Honnerson - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 18:47:16 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95589 Reply
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I just did my workout and ate after. I've been missing out on cardio lately, so I need to jump on that. It's so hot outside...
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Jarvis Dollyway - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 17:57:45 EST P/LOpLFD No.95590 Reply
Hit arms today. Lots of volume and moderate intensity. I feel good that I can push myself beyond my limits.
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Matilda Feffingfield - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 20:25:27 EST P/LOpLFD No.95592 Reply
Hit back again today. Hit PRs all across the board. I also tore a callus tonight which I havent done in 10 years since I powerlifted. Battle scars baby!

I no longer want or need drugs. I'm happy now and this glow and feeling of happiness and positivity cannot compare to any high from drugs.
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Cedric Blettingkack - Thu, 18 Jul 2019 21:45:05 EST Tp1rP3uI No.95596 Reply
Welp, it looks like 6 straight months of hitting the weights as hard as I can as often as I can is finally starting to catch up to me. After getting 225 on my bench for five reps my progress seems to have came to a screeching halt. And while my squat and deadlifts has continued to progress my left him flexor has started to give off this weird pain lately. Like she. I’m actually lifting the weight I only feel a slight twinge but as soon as I put the weight down and start to walk away I get a shooting pain in my hip area. Not super painful but a little alarming nonetheless. So I’ve decided to swallow my pride and take a proper deload week. I was initially going to take the week off but after running a 6-7 week program for this long I just don’t feel “right” if I don’t get at least something in before my day is over. On one had I really like the fact that I’m so committed to something positive like this but on the other hand my borderline obsession could come back to fuck me up in the form of a serious injury in the long run. I keep telling myself to really listen to my body and not to simply grit my teeth and work through pain like I usually do. Bump for a light leg day today
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Sidney Murdfoot - Thu, 18 Jul 2019 23:02:50 EST P/LOpLFD No.95597 Reply
>>95596
If I were you I'd take a week or 2 off from deadlifting and do lots of foam rolling along with putting heat and ice on the area that hurts and rotate between that ice and heat.
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Sidney Murdfoot - Thu, 18 Jul 2019 23:04:31 EST P/LOpLFD No.95598 Reply
>>95597
Oh yeah and take some ibuprofen and or acetaminophen for the inflammation.
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Doris Gummlesan - Fri, 19 Jul 2019 11:22:17 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95600 Reply
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This morning before work.

I'm bumping.
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Caroline Trothood - Sat, 20 Jul 2019 09:40:38 EST bIavLmxw No.95602 Reply
Hit triceps today and hit more PRs. I'm totally exhausted.
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George Borringlock - Sat, 20 Jul 2019 18:49:24 EST Tp1rP3uI No.95603 Reply
40 mile bike ride capped of with a little bit of a lighter pull day. My whole body feels like jelly and it hurts so good.
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Alice Gonnerbanks - Sun, 21 Jul 2019 09:13:05 EST P/LOpLFD No.95604 Reply
Hit biceps today. Hit a couple PRs and am totally wiped out.

Glad I have clonazepam on deck to relax me and my muscles ;)
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Fanny Trotman - Mon, 22 Jul 2019 20:45:15 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95605 Reply
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Did the ol' biceppies today. Bump out frams
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Ernest Bronkinfog - Tue, 23 Jul 2019 15:08:51 EST rPAIDXTT No.95606 Reply
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Did my 30 minutes jogging or road work if i wanna sound fancy.

It feels good being able to jog 30 minutes non stop, even if at a light pace, i was used to be one of those strentghfags only, did lots of olympic lifts and powerlifting, but would gas out by doing any short cardio, now that i started boxing i picked up coach to 5k and i finally can do 30 minutes non stop.
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Graham Crollyham - Tue, 23 Jul 2019 20:10:37 EST hvNGmpbW No.95608 Reply
Had a great tricep workout tonight. I'm still hitting PRs left and right. I've lost 4lbs over the past week. Want to get down to 160lbs before the end of the year. Going to look so fawkin joocy!
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Frederick Brisslemerk - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 04:31:41 EST GanhevWh No.95611 Reply
>>95608
Fuck, didn't realize bump limit. "Looking damn finer than I used to but this fucking skin, man. Salt soaks and oil are helping as is tobacco (maybe). Would let an expert help surgically or point a laser at it if I had the chips, still think it will heal up, just not as fast as I want it, too."
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Fuck Bliblingdon - Wed, 24 Jul 2019 13:01:49 EST rPAIDXTT No.95612 Reply
>>95606
Did 95kgs max Clean & jerk
90kgs for 5 reps bench press
Some abs work like weighted sit ups and planks

Feels great tbh
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George Povingdog - Thu, 25 Jul 2019 17:00:58 EST P/LOpLFD No.95615 Reply
Hit a bicep workout today. I'm so pumped up that it hurts lol. Hit PRs again and I'm making incredible progress. I'm down to 199lbs from 203lbs. Want to get down to 160lbs before the end of the year and then bulk up to 180-185lbs. I got this shit!
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Cyril Crummleludging - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 14:13:50 EST cx7wh8gm No.95625 Reply
Has a great and grueling back workout today. I almost puked. But, I managed not to throw my guts up and got through my session.

Going to go take a nap and eat.
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Martha Niblinghood - Mon, 29 Jul 2019 14:25:46 EST e65Jrk9k No.95632 Reply
>>95625
I think I broke another stall. My bench press was sticking because of my right arm so I worked around my weakness and trained up the muscle and bit of the movement that hurt really carefully. Today I was feeling particularly steady and so after my usual workout went and did 2 sets of 8 with the next weight up.

Then ran home. Unscheduled cardio but it was raining. And it's about 400m.
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Eugene Fuffingfuck - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 15:32:33 EST rPAIDXTT No.95639 Reply
>>95612
Did some 30 minutes jogging, later have boxing classes so im resting a little for now, jogging always feel shitty during but great after.
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Charles Nungermick - Thu, 01 Aug 2019 18:47:58 EST Tp1rP3uI No.95641 Reply
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Had the day off from work today so I tagged along with my roommate on his morning hike up the mountain behind our house. It’s only a mile and a half to the top but it’s a little over 1500ft of vertical gain so it definitely sounds works your shit. Really a great way to kickstart your morning while watching the sunrise over our sleepy mountain town. Topped that off with my usual push day. Pic related.
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Edwin Ferrylodge - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 12:10:30 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95647 Reply
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Bumping for the chest and biceps. It was a good one. Maximum feel in the hypertrophy.
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Hamilton Blashlut - Fri, 09 Aug 2019 08:35:38 EST P/LOpLFD No.95664 Reply
Havent trained in 2 weeks. Having shit going on that I needed to take care of.

Going back this sunday and starting a new routine and start cutting. Right now I weigh 210lbs. Want to get down to 165lbs by the end of the year. The 2 months that I have been training I've gained muscle
But, I've gained too much fat and unnecessary weight. Sunday I start my cut. I'm excited to get back in there and do what I do best. I'm going to stay consistent and do what I got to do to build my physique the best it's ever been and will be.

I'll be lifting 4 days a week and do cardio 3 days a week. I'm going to buy an elliptical to put in my bedroom so I can do cardio as much as I want to without having to go to the gym to only spend 30 minutes there. For now though I'm doing my cardio after lifting to get it all done.

I'm truly excited to start my cut and gain as much muscle as possible via muscle memory. This is going to be good!

Nb
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Nigel Greengold - Fri, 09 Aug 2019 17:04:35 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95665 Reply
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This is a late bump for yesterday nights workout that I never got around to bumping. I hurt my wrist at work several days ago and had to skip some days for recovery but I'm feeling a lot better now.

Keep on keeping on everyone
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Doris Grandwill - Sat, 10 Aug 2019 13:16:28 EST MaHb7tJo No.95668 Reply
Anyone wanna take bets and see if >>95664 actually follows through this time?

i had my doubts about the first 50 times but for some reason I think this is the one

Bump for arms and back day. Broke through my bench press stall yesterday so road that high feeling through today
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Simon Marringsten - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 19:26:03 EST GanhevWh No.95673 Reply
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Your days are numbered, Andy Warhol
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Edwin Bandlebury - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 23:03:49 EST Qpc8fKW2 No.95674 Reply
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Think whatever you'd like, but you'll just be able to come say hi and see for yourself soon
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Wesley Pockridge - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 07:15:25 EST eZEhcur2 No.95680 Reply
>>95675
Haters getting more nervous every day, it's the best
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Jack Crinderwetch - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 07:26:52 EST K6IP/DCq No.95681 Reply
>>95572
How many calories does three solid hours of sex burn..?
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Hannah Peddleridge - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 09:44:15 EST GanhevWh No.95682 Reply
>>95681
Not a lot, actually, it depends on the sex. Of course, if you are a girl lying there or a guy being ridden, it will burn minimal calories. You are better off fucking each other after working out.
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Rebecca Classlebanks - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 18:31:20 EST rj/nJEvx No.95683 Reply
Went on a date, got back, lifted weights. Had the day off work and it just fell into place. Workout was going to happen regardless.

Continuing to progress on my bench press. Slowly adding reps which isn't bad considering I'm on a cut overall right now.

>>95681
Full on non stop athletic sex is like 10 calories a minute but for most people it's more like 2-4 calories and that assumes you're not switching positions, slowing down or stopping to kiss, spoon, cuddle, whisper sweet nothings, choke, abuse, insult, whatever it is that floats your boat. 3 hours would be 300-1500 calories. Remember that walking a mile (not running, that's less efficient) is 100 calories for an 80KG man. If you burned 5 a minute that'd be like a 9 mile walk. How tired do you feel?

I only burned calories walking and lifting today. Sex marathons can wait. Early signs point to this one being a keeper.
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Ernest Bunworth - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 16:54:11 EST 9PAJO8bi No.95689 Reply
>>95572
Working out at home today with kettelbells. Lots of shoulders and forearms. Ate a weed gummy, aiming to finish my workout by the time it begins to hit me.
then I'm going to fap myself into outer space
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Priscilla Bardstone - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 17:14:55 EST v2PlCrFQ No.95693 Reply
>>95572
Enjoyed some insufflation, put on DI.fm and danced in front of a mirror naked, hair up, makeup done. Love how my body looks covered in sweat in the low light.
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Reuben Febberfuck - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 20:34:22 EST qYLT1MnK No.95694 Reply
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Eh, workout was a meh. Getting pretty fucking impatient but keeping steady progress, friends and woman are nothing but positive. I just want it fucking NOW already but I've been at this long enough to know that's not how this works.
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Charles Grimfoot - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 04:19:41 EST pjY+q2cu No.95695 Reply
>>95694
I could have sworn this was half a dick pic before. But I'm not opposed to dicks or cats so eh, either or.
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Ebenezer Geddlebury - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 08:34:15 EST GanhevWh No.95699 Reply
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>>95695
Geezus who are you people, grandmothers?
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Edward Worthingbanks - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 09:10:38 EST P/LOpLFD No.95700 Reply
Does anyone here know how to rehab shoulders? I've been doing band work and I'm wondering if I can do anything else to speed up the process?
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Martin Fusslestock - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 17:45:31 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95704 Reply
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Hupper baddy twerkut maximized. Back and shoulder extraaaaaavangazarr
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Augustus Clesslewat - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 18:06:55 EST v2PlCrFQ No.95705 Reply
>>95572
Broke my distance/speed record on the treadmill, managed to eat 120% of my protein goal today AND stay under calories. AND sweat off another 0.5lbs.

I am quite tired.
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Phineas Sebberlock - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 06:25:25 EST rj/nJEvx No.95707 Reply
>>95699
This is a safe for work board. Posting porn isn't allowed because this is a topic people want to be able to use on their phones at work and not have to go visit HR or get ridiculed by the other over compensating macho bitchboys for having dicks on their screens depending on the kind of place they work.

Want to post dicks, then do it in moderation on the NFSW boards or go fucking nuts on /ga/

Grandmothers would love that shit. Once the dementia kicks in they lose their inhibitions. Mine turned into a wisecracking klepto but you know a few just go penis crazy.

NB because I did my workout yesterday and today is my one non gym day. I just walk a load and do core shit.
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Graham Greenridge - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 05:27:34 EST GanhevWh No.95711 Reply
>>95707
Sorry I forget people work places where you can go to a drug website
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Samuel Blatherham - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 19:44:29 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95716 Reply
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>>95711

What about people who work in cannabis dispensaries? Other than that I can't really think of somewhere that would be cool with 420chan but not boobies.


Bumping for a lower body session.
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Jenny Suvingspear - Wed, 21 Aug 2019 12:51:43 EST lnUgnhzV No.95720 Reply
>>95711
We have a lot of fagmotronic phone browsers. If you're just browsing on your phone then people won't see the address unless they're on top of you but boobies are easy to spot from enormous distances.

Most work places these days at least passively record your traffic and check it if they think you're shifty so browsing anything even remotely unsavoury using your work connection is dumb as shit. So you're browsing on your phone at work. Easy.
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Charles Peffinglock - Thu, 22 Aug 2019 10:06:18 EST ESMqhf6h No.95724 Reply
>>95572
How bout vent when not glowing?

I have been at a weight-loss plateau for four days now and it's bumming me out. I want to lose 2 more lbs by the end of the month. I assume it his might be related to the lack of sleep and 14 hour workdays I've been pulling, because other than that I'm keeping my calories tight AF and still getting in workouts.
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Archie Turveycocke - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 19:57:38 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95733 Reply
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Bumping for my legs.

I'm keeping on track, knocking out sessions like I should be, and keeping my nutrition on point.

Anybody else feeling good and keeping on track? Where are my on track bros and brettes??
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Fucking Gellerchitch - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 06:12:33 EST VhISv60U No.95734 Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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David Sevingdag - Sun, 25 Aug 2019 19:38:08 EST 74kl41c5 No.95735 Reply
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Fucked up my back doing dead-lifts. Must have not been concentrating while listening to music and just lifted it with rounded back. Is it even a gym though? What if it's not a gym and I'm a fucked up wethead retard getting tasered by gay-nazi-robot-cops?
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Oliver Singerfield - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 21:11:43 EST Tp1rP3uI No.95737 Reply
>>95733
Hell yeah dude, I’m going on month five of my 7 days a week bulking program and feeling great. I’ve gone from 165 lbs back in the end May to 175 now and looking to get up to 180-185 in the next couple months (as lean as possible of course) and then start a decently long cut. I really wish I would have bothered taking some pics before I started this bulk because it’s a little hard to gauge my progress just by looking in the mirror everyday but in the last month I’ve ran into a few old friends that I haven’t seen in a while and and they all have been pretty shocked by the amount of progress I’ve made in the last year and a half. A couple of them straight up didn’t even recognize me lol. Pretty inspiring to say the least.

Bump for my usual pull day. I recently mounted up my old mountain bike onto a bike trainer and have been hitting that up everyday for 30 minutes to a hour before my lifting for some much needed cardio
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Charlotte Nidgeridge - Tue, 27 Aug 2019 04:27:13 EST 2CNZXcxg No.95738 Reply
so like, i'm lifting but not as intensely as I want
but the thing is, for various reasons, I'm awake most of the time. the main thing I figured out that is astoundingly helpful is essentially I spend 50-60% of my time walking or running from A to B. We take them for granted but essentially integrating my transportation into the ankle express and living in a city where this is possible enables me to save time on cardio exertion.

Also I mean I've been blackout drunk like twice and walked home for miles. I feel it all toughening up in the weirdest way, but a good way.
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William Sidgefot - Tue, 27 Aug 2019 12:17:10 EST TZGySboG No.95740 Reply
>>95572
At the gym, sore from yesterday but still grit my teeth and showed up.
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Barnaby Memmlespear - Wed, 28 Aug 2019 03:51:48 EST GanhevWh No.95743 Reply
Super impatient, but got badass DOMs. Avoiding the temptation to just rail coke and other drugs to lose weight, sticking with the program. So far, progress is being made, but I want it now, as usual. Compression garments help, going to stay this weight for a while and enjoy the cut then clean bulk I think.
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Henry Honeybury - Wed, 28 Aug 2019 11:04:51 EST W2iXGBTG No.95745 Reply
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Third time I almost faint in the showers this month. How do you guys push yourself to do better without overdoing it?
I can't seem to register when I should stop. I tried simply slowing down but stopped getting the results I wanted. Ugh why is my body so uncooperative.
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Henry Blommerstatch - Fri, 30 Aug 2019 18:14:36 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95749 Reply
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Jogging on the mountain bike trails today, probably going to do some core exercises a little later. I've been going pretty hard lately. It's good

This is a picture of jupiter
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Betsy Sesslenock - Wed, 04 Sep 2019 08:10:23 EST aOJLU0cC No.95762 Reply
Brothers!

My faith has been tested, having only managed to get to the gym 6 times in the past 2 weeks or so. A break up left me struggling, boo hoo me.

As a disciple of the Brotherhood of Steel, we are forged to be genetically different. The Iron Temple hath harked it's call to arms and reached me through divine means.

Today I managed some squats and leg press. I still squat pretty light weight (132lbs @ 90' angle) but hopefully with some sustained effort, that shall improve.

It's kinda cool to know I started checking in here a year ago for my 5 a day commitment and for the most part, have achieved that for the past year. Sometimes it's easy to get disillusioned by a weak spell but I'm gonna continue to have faith in my Lord and Chiseled.
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James Nocklemug - Thu, 05 Sep 2019 21:52:52 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95767 Reply
I did my upper body session for today. Anguish among the pain train, this is the end of the beginning.
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Edward Brillywater - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 12:11:12 EST Q64iIYnM No.95779 Reply
>>95572
At the godawful (and yet, best out of all possibilities) gym om my route home.
Upped my bench, feeling legit about that.
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David Gabbleham - Sat, 14 Sep 2019 14:00:38 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95787 Reply
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Just got back from running 1.5 miles on the mountain bike trails. I'll likely do 30-45 minutes of core exercise later, but if not will just throw it in with my shoulders and back session tomorrow.

Where are the bumps from the Iron Brothers™? Is everyone on holiday lately? I want to see people's progress! I know you guys haven't given up
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Nathaniel Blebblestone - Tue, 17 Sep 2019 14:39:52 EST Z2nAlm4f No.95800 Reply
>>95572
Does anyone else feel like they're going to puke up their own quads on the leg extension machine?
Fuck, I hate this exercise. HATE it.

But I DO it.
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Martin Sabblenit - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 14:43:32 EST SLSl6wnl No.95802 Reply
Session done, stuff done. Really tired and feeling it but I matched myself again. I've not had a lot of progress lately but I have tried switching a couple of things round to see if that lifts me out of a stall. Usually works.
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William Grimgold - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 19:34:24 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95813 Reply
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Lower body session earlier. I was going to ride my bike for about 15 miles but had to stay late at work and wasn't feeling up to it, so I lifted weights instead.
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James Fanningfeck - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 15:50:55 EST YSH47fZe No.95814 Reply
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>>95572

Long run day. ~5.5 miles, one hour. I know I'm slow as fuck, but this matches the longest run I've ever completed in distance. My pace last year was a little faster.
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Beatrice Dundlewater - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 21:18:53 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95818 Reply
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My upper body session is done. I got started late because I was busy all day, but I went ahead and added a couple of extra lighter exercises on the end to round it out.
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Betsy Saffingford - Thu, 26 Sep 2019 19:34:22 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95825 Reply
>>95572

Upper body done.

Don't even know why I'm posting anymore this thread is dead as fuck. Where are the iron broheters??? Plz don't leave me bump the thread alone I feel weird
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William Dizzleshit - Thu, 26 Sep 2019 21:22:45 EST nE+fnQwj No.95826 Reply
>>95572
Started working out again on Monday. My core is still sore as shit. Depending on how sore I am tomorrow I may or may not hit it again. The strange thing is I wasn't sore at all untill two days later. I'm hoping to start doing workouts three times a week, rotating muscle groups of course. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with weekends off for now. No cardio yet but once I get some decent running shoes I'm gonna start hitting that up again.
User is currently banned from all boards
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Samuel Sissleman - Fri, 27 Sep 2019 20:27:13 EST nE+fnQwj No.95827 Reply
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>>95826
Back again! Hit the crunches, rows, calf raises and forearm curls today. Doing good for my 2-3 times a week goal so far. Running out of food ideas though. Any veggie oriented recipes y'all can recommend? Any favorites? Also, what's your eating schedule like on workout days? I usually have a light snack about 30-40 minutes beforehand making sure to drink water all day before that, drink a protein shake type of deal after the workout and eat a larger meal later on. Keep pushing!!
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Hedda Trotforth - Sat, 28 Sep 2019 13:34:45 EST YSH47fZe No.95829 Reply
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Long run: ~6.5 miles. 22.5 miles and about 3:55 run time on the week. Finished less than the 24 miles in around 4 hours I was hoping to hit, but there's always this coming week. Did some speed work one day this week (4x400) Was able to add 2 half hour kettle bell work outs and 45 minutes of yoga as well.

Tomorrow is a well deserved recovery day, if I say so myself.
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Sophie Guvingway - Tue, 01 Oct 2019 19:29:35 EST zUkhK9Os No.95835 Reply
Recently switched my routine from a 7-day PPL split to a 5-day upper/lower and have been digging it so far. I think the frequency was stifling my progress a bit for sure. I’m now two days into my cut right now and I already hate it. not as much as I hate my self though. Jk but sorta not really. No sweat though, this is now like my 4th or so cut and I’ve got the process pretty dialed by now. Bump for upper body today
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Charlotte Crullerhere - Wed, 02 Oct 2019 19:20:51 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95836 Reply
Bumping for the lower body workout day. It's time for some stretches now, and a smidgen of core if I'm doing like I should.

>>95827

I don't have any recipes, but pretty much anything that has a lot of beans, nuts or seeds is top notch for any meal. I'd do something like steamed veggies (carrots, asparagus, brussel sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower) with a big portion of quinoa and a couple of handfuls of nuts or seeds (almonds, peanuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds). I know you said veggie, but something I've been doing lately is eating a 3-4 oz chunk of cheese with about half of my meals. I usually eat the same whether it's a workout day or not, but I don't eat less than one hour before I lift. After exercising I make a huge meal and eat until I'm full, and then I have another moderate sized meal (second dinner) a few hours later.
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Jarvis Gomblebudging - Thu, 03 Oct 2019 14:46:43 EST L93mVfS5 No.95837 Reply
>>95836
After the weekend's excess I'm mostly back on track. Next week will be a normal week.

Did weights, went well. 2 days ago I had so much water weight I had to do 5 pull ups per set but I'm back up to 10 again now.
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Betsy Seffingwin - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 11:27:25 EST UO1KCLGY No.95840 Reply
Went back to the gym for the first time in 2 months yesterday. I feel so fucking good mentally now and I'm sore today. I feel a lot better. I'm making the gym a commitment that I promised to myself and I have decided to truly live a healthy and fit lifestyle.

This is not a feeling this time around like last time. This is a commitment that I've made to and for myself as I promised to myself.

One day I'd like to be able to make a living off of fitness and I'm going to be involved with the fitness community. It has to be this way so I can be successful in life. It has to be fitness!

As far as yesterday goes I trained back which is my favorite body part to train. I'm sore today. But, i feel so accomplished and already all the shit that I've been dealing with for the past 2 months is out of my head and along with my mind feeling so clear. I feel grounded again for the first time in quite a while.

This is just the beginning for me and this time I will see things through.
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William Pandernire - Sat, 05 Oct 2019 00:23:54 EST nE+fnQwj No.95842 Reply
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>>95836
Bumping again! Weighted leg crunches behold. I hit the bicep curls, forearm curls, weighted squats, bench press and weighted leg lifts (crunches) today. Felt great! Rewarded myself with getting high. Also, streamed veggies are gonna be ripe in my diet soon. Not a huge fan of nuts but beans and rice I love. Anyway thank you for your advice! Keep pushing, /Ana/! Strong is a state of mind.
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Shit Crablingkot - Sat, 05 Oct 2019 13:22:41 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95844 Reply
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Upper body back and tri's with some shoulder. I was going to do it yesterday but something came up.

Keep up the good progress
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Cedric Greenhall - Sat, 05 Oct 2019 14:11:21 EST YSH47fZe No.95846 Reply
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7 mile run. 25 miles on the week over 4:25, a day of speed work 4x400, 3 kettle bell workouts, and 2 yoga sessions. One less kettle bell workout than I wanted, but there's always next week.

I'm eating a pizza tonight.
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Fuck Dindlecocke - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 18:32:21 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95848 Reply
Legs today. Eating my recovery meal now. Good night people
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Edwin Goodman - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 17:37:01 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95851 Reply
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I just finished working out my upper body and drank some protein and milk knowmn?
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Jack Claystock - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 16:21:50 EST YSH47fZe No.95852 Reply
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>>95851

Just under 8 miles today. ~26 miles on the week in about 260 minutes. Missed a bunch of kettle bell workouts. I've been working towards a rather ambitious goal of around 10 to 12 hours of exercise (like 15 to 18 if I count warmup walks/stretching) a week from just the 5 or so I spend on running so it was bound to happen. Back on it next week though with some renewed focus.

Pizza, Ice Cream and Fried Chicken are in my future.
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Basil Murdhall - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 13:51:32 EST zUkhK9Os No.95855 Reply
Woke up this morning sore as fuck from leg day yesterday but was still able get after it on the stationary bike for a bit. I’ll do a calisthenics workout and cap it off with a ~5 or so mile walk for a little later for some active recovery. Hit 170 on the scale this morning down from 179 at the start of October so I’d say this cut is going pretty well so far.
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James Pankinfuck - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 19:01:02 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95856 Reply
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I just earlier did a lifto ses with tris, lats, and trapezius, then consumed protein mix with water a short while later.

pic relat ise
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Lillian Grimville - Sun, 20 Oct 2019 06:29:10 EST EN1M1Vl0 No.95861 Reply
>>95572
I am not currently glowing but I do want to post here anyway. What kind of exercising routines do people have? Anything extremely intensive? Full body, split set ups? I'm usually in the split set up with cardio mixed in between weight training. It works pretty well as a set up for exercising. I didn't find out until recently that working to failure is not really a necessity. This was a shock to me. I can work less and have good results at the gym. I feel beyond cheated as far as previous moments when I was working my ass off at the gym and I didn't actually have to. I could have saved all those calories. And put them into browsing the internet with more attention. Such a large amount of calories. lol
I don't regret working hard, though, but it was too bad that the information was not available before. Does anybody work to failure? I don't know if people do, and if you do, do you have information backing it up that it's the best option to go with? My understanding is that current research says it's not necessary. But I'm not absolutely sure. Maybe it's not the case. I'm not gonna commit fully to new exercising practice when they coincide with easier efforts at the gym. With that logic I'd just become a breathetarian. I want to actually handle things well. lol If I get things handled well, I feel good. After that I have better interactions with people and everybody does better. The best state for me and others is the ideal as far as I believe, it's my intention when I act.
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Phyllis Dollerfield - Mon, 21 Oct 2019 14:36:20 EST drCiFyVS No.95863 Reply
>>95861
Just got back. The gym is across the road for me so I alternate cardio and weights. I take one day where I just walk a lot more than usual and do some sit ups and stuff but because it's so easy for me to trot over I can focus on one thing per day and kick arse. for people who have to make a journey having a bit of cardio and weights in a session makes most sense.

Today I slept okay for the first time in ages and managed to add a couple of reps on to things. Not bad as I'm eating a deficit, though I can probably stop that now/soon.
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Walter Dartwell - Tue, 22 Oct 2019 00:46:29 EST nE+fnQwj No.95867 Reply
>>95861
I only have personal experience to go off of, but I feel like lifting to failure is a good way to go. For myself, I feel like that's how I'm going to increase my strength. By pushing myself until I literally can't lift again. That way I feel like I'm giving it my all every time. Otherwise I feel like I won't actually improve. But that's my personal opinion on it.
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William Bigglewill - Wed, 23 Oct 2019 18:25:50 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95871 Reply
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Bumping for the legs lifting.

>>95867

I personally try to avoid to fail because I'm sometimes prone to overdoing it and being in too much pain during recovery. I suppose it's also dependent on which workout or muscle group. It's nice to really feel like you're making some progress though.
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Nicholas Trotshaw - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 18:55:27 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95884 Reply
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Tri, bi, lat, shoulders, fairly complete workout for the upper. I missed a couple of sessions this last week because I wasn't feeling well, but I'm back on track again. I had my lower body session yesterday, so I'm feeling pretty good right now.


Anybody else bumping lately? Solo bro sad bro
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Rebecca Buzzhall - Fri, 01 Nov 2019 01:26:58 EST VYRh7b+b No.95888 Reply
>>95572
bump while glowing

lifted today got a shit load of protein by drink one whole gallon of milk then eating 5 punds of carrots

and a multivitamin

also fucking a fatass will build core strength like no other
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Albert Brogglefod - Sat, 02 Nov 2019 09:19:07 EST p85xFx3L No.95894 Reply
>>95888
You're clearly serious bro. Step it up. GOSAD instead.

Some people say it's just a huge load. They might be right but you can't deny the results will come hard. It will make you into a man among men.
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Edwin Dicklewater - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 19:12:30 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95897 Reply
Some upper body today, pretty good status.
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Clara Gungerched - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 07:07:40 EST +Ac0RCkW No.95900 Reply
I haven't lifted in ages and I think this winter may be the winter of the dumbbells.
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Archie Fellerhall - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 19:30:23 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95904 Reply
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>>95572

Today is like core exercise with sit ups, planks, and something else that I don't know the name of.
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David Harryforth - Fri, 08 Nov 2019 13:27:56 EST zUkhK9Os No.95907 Reply
After a heavy leg day a couple days ago I still felt inclined to “get some” on my rest day and woke up early and hiked up the mountain behind my house and capped it off with a good HIIT session on my stationary bike in the evening. Now today my entire lower half feels completely destroyed. But in an oddly nice way.
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Ebenezer Blogglemen - Fri, 08 Nov 2019 14:55:39 EST p85xFx3L No.95908 Reply
Keep forgetting to bump this I average 5 gym days a week so it's almost not noteworthy. Today was some new pbs/progress. As usual micro gains but I keep going in the right direction.
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Archie Grimwell - Sat, 09 Nov 2019 21:25:43 EST o7N6Tbko No.95909 Reply
>>95908
cheat day today. Basically sleep after a gym session. Guess I had sleep debt from working M-F 9-5 too.
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Sophie Fesslestock - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 18:32:08 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95918 Reply
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Back again with the lower body this time. How's everybody else getting their shit along?
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Barnaby Trotfuck - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 16:19:07 EST YSH47fZe No.95925 Reply
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>>95918

Finished a 7 mile run. First long run in a month.

Strained, overworked my soleus about four weeks ago after a 26 mile week (see post a month ago). So after about 2 weeks of self-diagnosing and rest, adding some bent knee calf lifts to my warm-ups, 1 week of easy test runs, and the this week missing 3 run days because of travel/inclement weather it was really nice to get in a long run. I have a slight upper leg tightness at the hip, but no lower leg pain.

Soleus is a weird muscle to strain. The pain comes at the point where you foot leaves the ground on a stride. I didn't even know I had a soleus. It took a minute to convince myself to change my warm-ups; but, I got there.
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Lydia Turveylock - Mon, 18 Nov 2019 19:43:25 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95926 Reply
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>>95572

I just did my upper body and took in some protein. What is up
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Shitting Brookwill - Sat, 23 Nov 2019 15:56:27 EST YSH47fZe No.95936 Reply
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>>95926

Easing back into the regimen. 7 mile run today, 24 on the week (~250 minutes).

Gonna eat way too much food later tonight and tomorrow.
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Simon Tillingfuck - Mon, 25 Nov 2019 16:06:51 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95939 Reply
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>>95936

Did an upper body seshi a few hours ago, feeling good still. Had a short run yesterday too, after a couple week long hiatus from jogging.

I never ran much. I usually go around two miles, twice a week to compliment my strength training with something for my heart. I need to get back in my groove on that. Actually trying to add more distance and/or another day.
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Cornelius Beppersedge - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 15:53:51 EST xpDwxR9W No.95942 Reply
1st day back in the gym after 2 months of not doing shit. Been on a diet for about a week. Trained biceps and did cardio. I feel so refreshed mentally after going back now.

I plan on cutting down to 180lbs from being 221lbs when I hopped on the scale a week ago.

Tomorrow is triceps and cardio. Can't wait!
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Isabella Duckhood - Sat, 30 Nov 2019 14:23:44 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95946 Reply
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Sure enough, triceps, trapezius, and deltoids.
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Cedric Gummerchod - Sat, 30 Nov 2019 16:20:31 EST YSH47fZe No.95947 Reply
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>>95946

8.4 mile run today, 87:25. ~21 miles on the week (4days) in about 215 minutes. Was still a little tight in maybe my high ankle on Monday so took the day off. No lower leg tightness this week but a little sore on the outside upper thigh.

Am going to try to stay around the 25 mile threshold next week and get at least a day of pace work. I'm consistently at a 10 minute/mile pace in my shorter runs would like to gradually bring that down to a 9 and work from there.
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Polly Clobberpotch - Sat, 30 Nov 2019 20:08:58 EST zUkhK9Os No.95948 Reply
Stupid gluttonous holidays throwing wrenches into my cut. But I’ve already gotten down to me pre-bulk weight (165) from where I started cutting at 180 so it’s a bit less disappointing to take a step back. That and my unhealthy love for cheesecake. But back on the horse as they say. Gonna keep cutting until after Christmas and see how lean I can get. Plus I know I’m going to do some damage food wise over the holidays like a good American.

Bump for legs today.
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Cornelius Henkinstock - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 16:03:20 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95961 Reply
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>>95957

Upper buodweh

Where is everybody? I just finished with my tri, bi, and lat.
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Henry Cezzledock - Sun, 08 Dec 2019 22:41:28 EST YSH47fZe No.95965 Reply
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>>95961

Just finished a ~10.1 mile run (103 minutes). ~22.3 miles at about 225 minutes this week. Was feeling shitty about this weeks effort yesterday and had just said fuck it, until this evening when I warmed up and went out for a short run until it became my long run.

Schedule got all jack up this week. Monday turned my ankle stepping on a branch finished my run and probably could have gone Tuesday but the top of my foot was sore. Made up Tuesday by adding Thursday missed Friday and Saturday so my long run was tonight. Going to try and keep the altered schedule (Tue-Fri and long run Sunday) for the next couple weeks as I have holiday parties what will prohibit me from completing my long run on Saturdays.

10 miles/100 minutes is a personal best in distance and duration. Feeling good about it and am eyeing that half marathon distance right around the new year.
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Oliver Drucklestone - Tue, 10 Dec 2019 19:15:05 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95970 Reply
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>>95965
>>95967

I just did my lower body workout. I feel like I need to throw in some new moves, but I don't know many lower body exercises.
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Martha Puggleson - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 13:20:02 EST zUkhK9Os No.95971 Reply
And just like that, hit 160 on the scale this morning. Down from 180 at the end of September. Being this lean is pretty awesome, having some solid abs and all that, but I really can't wait to get back on the bulk. Slowly but surely watching my lift numbers decline is a bit of a sad sight indeed. Plus being on such a heavy deficit has seemed to really tank my workout recovery. Just gotta stay on the path until January then it's back on the gaintrain for me. Bump for a solid hour on the stationary this morning. Probably gonna do a HIIT session later.
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Caroline Fellerford - Thu, 12 Dec 2019 20:36:42 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95973 Reply
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Chest and bicep day today
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Fucking Himmlebanks - Sat, 14 Dec 2019 20:30:40 EST 1pEwXGz1 No.95974 Reply
>>95572
So reductive and just not right. There are hundreds of muscles in the body. Exercising 3 groups will result in an odd shaped human being. lol Proper care is superior. Why go for anything less? 0 reasons could ever exist for that path. lol
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Archie Fuvingwell - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 16:45:57 EST YSH47fZe No.95978 Reply
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>>95975

11.2 miles today around 115 minutes. Snowed my whole run about an inch or two in total. Was pleased I made it through my run in the snow. Worked on pace the early part of the week. Had a couple days of 9:15-9:30 minute/miles (over 4.2 mile runs) pace. Totals on the week ~28 miles 278 minutes.

I think I have a very minor sciatic nerve irritation after these 10+ mile runs. Maybe something called pirformis syndrome(?). I don't know, it is kind of a pins and needles maybe a little inflamed sensation in my left butt cheek. Same as last week, but was completely gone by the time I woke up on Monday.

Really upped my miles this week. Will probably take an extra day off this coming week to account for it.
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Ian Blythehood - Tue, 17 Dec 2019 18:10:42 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95984 Reply
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>>95978

AH I just finished an upper body lofting seshi with back shoulder and triceppy
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Phyllis Smallway - Fri, 20 Dec 2019 12:44:17 EST E9Ie+cMZ No.95987 Reply
>>95572
I'm at the gym right now, after a week off. Actually went up a few kg on a few lifts.

>Dudebros tend to stare at me because I'm a 6'1 enby with full makeup and 3cm gel French tips nails.

And then I obliterate whatever they were lifting and they slink off. Really fuels my fire.
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Augustus Greenway - Sun, 22 Dec 2019 14:00:31 EST P8SiJQVd No.95994 Reply
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>>95572
Yeah ok so controversial opinion, but if you're dropping weights under 250 I don't fucking think you should be lifting them in the first place, brahhhhh.

Iunno, maybe I'm lucky and my gym just has a higher population of morons than most, but I get very annoyed with the non-stop, ridiculous drops. Maybe in high weight clean and jerks, okay you get some leeway.

But dumbbells??? STACK WEIGHTS IN A MACHINE??? Kill yourself. No, really.

I have never lost control of any weight because I scale up very slowly and make sure my form is stronger than my ego because I don't have a dick size problem. God.

End rant. I was getting into blazing migraine territory from the constant shaking and banging today. For real.
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Frederick Gindlestone - Sun, 22 Dec 2019 15:04:07 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95995 Reply
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Currently recovering from the upper body. I need to be jogging more often, but lifting every other day has me shying away from scheduled regular jogs
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Simon Crovingbin - Sun, 22 Dec 2019 18:41:38 EST GfVa3Ptr No.95996 Reply
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Didn't take it easy this week like I planned. Ran the first four days of the week in the snow destroyed my pace, forgot my watch one day but still made out for 4 milers everyday. ~13.4 miles today 134.5 minutes. Around 30 miles on the week. I try not to pat myself on the back too much but I'm pretty pumped about hitting the half marathon distance today. This coming week will be limited for sure in order to recover.
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Esther Duffinghood - Tue, 24 Dec 2019 15:32:40 EST Wc4dfmYk No.95998 Reply
I took an unprecedented two day break this time because I was feeling kind of rough. I'm back now with lower body work out though. It felt pretty good. Um good work I guess everyone okay keep going woo
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Cornelius Bardman - Fri, 27 Dec 2019 12:01:24 EST U/Z/B0R9 No.96002 Reply
>>95572
At the gym.
Can... can people just NOT bathe in cologne and/or perfume before a workout?? Jesus Christ. Working on lats while wanting to vom on the brown guys (Persian, Italian, Brazilian, Filipino) who fucking reek and think it's awesome.
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Thomas Clackleshaw - Sun, 29 Dec 2019 15:57:38 EST 9XtIQOYc No.96004 Reply
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>>95572
Mad cardio and OHP workout today lads, fukken B U M P
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Angus Fuckinggold - Sun, 29 Dec 2019 21:21:49 EST omephvx7 No.96005 Reply
>>95572

Tried to take it easy. ~8.4 miles, 82.5 minutes. One extra day off this week 21 miles ~204 minutes.
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Nigel Pammlemud - Fri, 03 Jan 2020 20:27:46 EST zUkhK9Os No.96009 Reply
Finally back in my home gym after spending a couple weeks back home for the holidays. Fortunately I was still able to get a few workouts in at my sisters apartment gym which is essentially a shittier planet fitness with substantially less equipment and dumbbells that only went up to 50 lbs. I was still able to get some decent work in though. Pair that with a couple orange theory classes I was able to greatly minimize the damage from all the great food and copious amounts of booze I threw down my gullet. Plus I think I burned quite a few calories from all the coke filed dancing I did lol. Good to be back on the program though. Bumping for upper session today.
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Jarvis Hopperdock - Sat, 04 Jan 2020 15:02:42 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96013 Reply
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Salient bump, upper body performance. Got a couple of jogs in this week too. I need to push myself to keeping it up, I'm a lot busier these days so it's not so easy
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Betsy Gellerchan - Wed, 08 Jan 2020 18:16:55 EST p85xFx3L No.96015 Reply
>>96013
Delayed bump but after taking it easy over christmas and gorging I'm back on it. I got in the gym to pick up weights a few times and I got leaner than I'd normally aim for before so I'm hoping I don't have much to lose

Today's weights went a lot better than Monday and I'm starting to make gradual progress on stuff again. Cardio yesterday was hell but that just shows why I need to do it. What I could do and after a few hours be fine, left me feeling shattered all the next day. Can't wait for everything to be easy again though.
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Nathaniel Tillingridge - Sun, 19 Jan 2020 14:40:10 EST p85xFx3L No.96032 Reply
Did a cardio. Now been back in the normal routine a couple of weeks and I'm back to pre christmas fitness and strength, also waistline. Hooray for day to day life being easymode again.
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Graham Wucklestat - Sat, 25 Jan 2020 17:34:11 EST Q1z+KsWE No.96035 Reply
Just got back from snatch complex day and it's brutal but so good
Bummed that I can't go to this Feb. meet but excited for this April meet
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Archie Muvingway - Sun, 26 Jan 2020 12:46:29 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96037 Reply
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>>96035
I have the upper body make do this morning. My first good sets of bench presses in about a week and a half. I think I'm about to go outside and enjoy the sun and the trees. Do exercise, my friends, and good luck!
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Alice Wiffingcocke - Sat, 08 Feb 2020 16:20:27 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96056 Reply
Bump for the upper body
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Barnaby Fanlock - Sun, 09 Feb 2020 18:33:52 EST IWyTjUtV No.96057 Reply
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Sup beefcakes,

Runningfag back again. Somewhere around a 14 miler today @145 minutes. Ran out to one of a lakes. Crossed over to one of the islands in it (having never run it before) and end up running for maybe 5 minutes in a marsh. So that was something. Last couple weeks have been good. Only took one extra day off for legitimate recovery reasons (will likely take an extra one this week). Over the past 9 weeks I've logged around 200 miles. Feeling good about my progress overall.
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Walter Puvinghudging - Fri, 14 Feb 2020 15:52:47 EST zUkhK9Os No.96069 Reply
Feels good to be back on the bulk train again after a 4 month long cut. After about 3 or so weeks all my lifts are back up to where they were at the end of my last bulk, except my bench is lagging a little. But my deadlifts haven’t seem to have lost a step as I have been able to add weight to it every session which feels great. Switched up my program from a more hypertrophy based one to a 5/3/1 strength program and am loving it so far. The structure of it makes it so simple. Bump for heavy deadlift day.
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Hamilton Suzzlehood - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 14:34:05 EST p85xFx3L No.96080 Reply
Back from cardio. Sucked but whatever, better than not doing it.

Weights is going well though, on Friday I edged up several weights so that's good. Struggling with bench press as I'm using a pair of dumbells and getting them from the floor into position is hard. Actually pressing them isn't the limiting factor in terms of progress frustratingly.

Still endorphin glow. Time for shower and dinner
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Cornelius Buzzhall - Sun, 16 Feb 2020 17:25:50 EST HPqFEW5S No.96081 Reply
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Long run today ~16 miles @ 170 minutes. 28.6 miles on the week over 251 minutes. Really slowed down the last 3 to 4 miles of my run today. My previous long runs were difficult; but, some of the enormity of the run from my destination got to me and made me doubt I could make it.

I've started running the mostly paved bike trails. That's a new experience bikes come up on you quick. I got to a point where the trail was paved but covered with brush and overgrown so a person could just get through vs a road. I took the overgrown path and found a paved dead end with a chalk drawing of a flower. So that was kind of cool a sort of real life easter egg or sumptin'.

Destination vs circuit running seems a little bit easier. Maybe just different, but it is nice not seeing the same thing 10 times for 2 hours like I was doing previously.
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Esther Turveystock - Fri, 21 Feb 2020 15:34:19 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96085 Reply
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Did some upper body specific rounded out with a few sets of deadlifts. Feeling pretty good right now
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Basil Puppergold - Mon, 24 Feb 2020 16:51:50 EST zUkhK9Os No.96094 Reply
Bump for upper body today. Went really heavy last week so I’m dialing it back a tad this go around. Still feeling solid though.
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Jarvis Gollerhall - Sun, 01 Mar 2020 18:59:23 EST UlxQaGRu No.96097 Reply
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~16.4 miles 180 minutes. For the week had a couple of nice runs where I kept at or under a 9 minute pace: 29 miles, 294 minutes.

Was hoping I'd keep my pace at 10 min/mile for my run today, but those last several miles get gruesome as far as my time/pace goes. No worries though, just something to work towards.
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Albert Punkinshit - Wed, 04 Mar 2020 16:29:44 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96099 Reply
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>>96097

Nice distances! I usually only run a couple of miles at a time max a couple of times per week. I do weight lifting normally, so running is secondary to me as cardio, but I've been getting more into it as times goes on. I'm ready to tack on a little more distance, and maybe even throw in another run day.

Bumping for my upper body a few hours ago. Good session, finished it off with a set of 70 push ups with a ten second, half-rep hold at the end. Another positive note, I'm ready to add more weight to several of my exercises. I've come a long way in the last year and a half in my fitness goals. Over the many months since I've gotten serious about weight lifting I've built a proper fitness routine through good form and diet. Not to sound completely retarded like I already do, but I only wish I had made these lifestyle changes sooner.

Good luck to everyone
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Fucking Dartdale - Sun, 22 Mar 2020 20:57:14 EST nwhXOKpv No.96155 Reply
>>96139
Hard to stay active but I'm trying.
Wish me luck
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Nathaniel Fadgefare - Mon, 23 Mar 2020 16:27:19 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96159 Reply
OP here, still pumping teh irron or whatever I guess. Bumping for my torso and arms. I hope to see some more of you in here bumping too okay!
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Cyril Pugglehire - Tue, 24 Mar 2020 13:30:38 EST p85xFx3L No.96162 Reply
>>96159
Turns out we're allowed to run in public now the lockdown is out, so given the beautiful spring weather everyone is out running. My legs are absolutely not with the program right now so my first attempt at a run on Sunday left me sore even today but sore, not injured. I went out anyway today because this is for my heart and lungs.

Working to the goal of being able to run 5K. I just ran and walked what I could today and managed a 5K walk in 28 minutes which means I averaged 10km or 6 miles per hour. I think I've found a comfortable running speed and I will gradually work to running the whole route in one go.

I'm live halfway down the longest uninterrupted pavement (and while we're in lockdown there's no traffic down it) in the city so I'll probably do a lot of training there. It's 750m so I figure I'll try 1 length run half walk and so on until I've done 7 lengths (so I won't do a 5th walk) as my goal. If that's too hard I'll alternate. I'll practice that twice a week then hit my route again. Weather permitting anyway. If the weather's shit I'll stay on my road so I'm not caught in a storm out from my house.

Anyway endorphin rush is good. I live in the prettiest city in the UK and the weather was gorgeous 9/10 session.
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Oliver Brittingnure - Tue, 24 Mar 2020 17:39:26 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96163 Reply
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Skipped on running today and did my lower body with weights instead. I've been running more lately and using weights for my lower body less, so I feel like I need to bring the weights back a little more.

>>96162

It's good you can get out again. I never really thought about all the people that can't get out to exercise like they did because I have a home gym and run in the neighborhood I live in out in the sticks.
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Emma Soddledale - Tue, 24 Mar 2020 19:15:40 EST zUkhK9Os No.96164 Reply
>>96159
bumping for heavy squats today just for you babe. Stay gold.
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Hugh Punningtore - Fri, 27 Mar 2020 09:18:23 EST RHc2kNI8 No.96167 Reply
Did some calisthenics yesterday and today. My body is so sore and wiped out from all the movements I did.

Right now I'm 235lbs and want to get down to 160lbs. I'm about to set up a home gym in my garage since this virus has all the gyms closed. It will be so convenient and I can listen to loud music and train hard. On top of that since it's my own gym I wont have to worry about other people and germs and bacteria. Its a win-win situation.
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Hugh Punningtore - Fri, 27 Mar 2020 11:06:31 EST RHc2kNI8 No.96168 Reply
>>95572
Worked legs and abs. I feel like my legs are jelly. The ab work was hard too. But I got through it.
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Caroline Pocklestitch - Fri, 27 Mar 2020 15:33:36 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96169 Reply
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>>96164

Thanks, dude! Keep up that powah mein broheimer!

OP reporting in for the upper body, feeling thoroughly pushed. Looking forward to that soreness tomorrow.
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Nathaniel Gepperwill - Wed, 01 Apr 2020 20:21:48 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96171 Reply
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KMS did some core earlier, you know kms kms jsjs k.
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Ebenezer Papperman - Fri, 03 Apr 2020 00:52:31 EST zUkhK9Os No.96172 Reply
Upper body today. For whatever reason this one was a real grinder of a session today. Still got it a done though.
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Martin Nerrydidge - Fri, 03 Apr 2020 16:10:22 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96178 Reply
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I just did my upper body an hour ago, shoulder and back heavy with some tris. Feels like I've made it past another hurdle. Looking forward to my next session.
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Thomas Brablingstack - Mon, 06 Apr 2020 00:33:37 EST r2TOL3pY No.96180 Reply
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Late bump not much glow but still sore. 15 miles ~163 minutes. Slightly under 32 miles on the week around 318 minutes.

Had some minor pain in my Achilles tendon took a bit more than a week off came back slow. Last week, ran in strong wind, for the first time, by a lake. It was brutal I was able to do around 12 miles before I had to walk/run the last 1.5 miles. Felt good to complete my whole run today.
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Esther Honeyworth - Wed, 08 Apr 2020 15:35:16 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96187 Reply
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Jogging earlier, my usual amount, no more, no less.
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Molly Bozzlebanks - Thu, 09 Apr 2020 14:56:17 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96188 Reply
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>>96187

Core body earlier, which I've been neglecting usually. I had a nice stretch afterwards too, something I've also been neglecting lately, although not nearly as much as my core.
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Jack Croshforth - Thu, 09 Apr 2020 18:55:28 EST g8XqZqF+ No.96189 Reply
>>95572
absolutely hit from a day of heavy rows/pull ups
pendlays, t-bar, yates
fukken oof
looking forward to shoulders and oly tomorrow
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Hannah Dorringdud - Sat, 11 Apr 2020 14:45:57 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96190 Reply
Body body upper body yeyeye
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Edward Bicklestock - Sun, 12 Apr 2020 20:38:46 EST DsqFWy8L No.96194 Reply
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Today was 13.2 miles at around 129 minutes. Was looking to keep my pace sub 10 minutes and happy that I achieved that. Second half was actually a minute faster than the first, 65 & 64 respectively. Around 25.5 miles and 241 minutes on the week. All the normal trouble spot aches and pains are mostly absent after today's run, but I have some new pain in my right knee. Nothing drastic, but the rest days will do me good.
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Nell Wundlestock - Sat, 18 Apr 2020 12:24:17 EST zUkhK9Os No.96204 Reply
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Heavy deads today. Stacking these gains for all bros that are currently unable to do so. I'm thinking of yall whenever I feel my motivation lacking.
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Jenny Hammlefield - Mon, 20 Apr 2020 14:31:57 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96206 Reply
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Smelling the glory of success. Hupper body shesh
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Fuck Grimridge - Mon, 27 Apr 2020 14:45:58 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96209 Reply
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Did thing and I'm about to have a good stretch and breathe.
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Alice Smallstock - Tue, 28 Apr 2020 18:48:06 EST p85xFx3L No.96210 Reply
Bit late but after a month I've run 5K today which feels good. I think I was fit enough but my body wasn't used to running so I imagine the progress may continue a bit more.

Worried about my muscle mass but at least resistance band stacking and body weight+ stuff is reducing the amount of loss I'll experience before I can get back to the gym.
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Cedric Dartford - Thu, 30 Apr 2020 00:50:34 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96211 Reply
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>>96210

I did my upper body today. About to up some stuff next time. I hurt myself a couple of times too, once banging my ankle into my bar, and I also somehow hurt my left knee, which I don't remember doing. Not sure what I'm going to do about running, and I'm supposed to go mountain biking with my brother this weekend too.
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Sidney Snodhood - Sat, 02 May 2020 23:49:45 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96217 Reply
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>>96211

I ran three laps around my neighborhood today. No idea how long that is, but I'm fairly certain that one lap is almost .75 miles. Less than two weeks ago I was only running two laps as my regular distance, and now I've done three laps each of my last three running sessions, and today I felt like I could have easily added another half or even full lap.

I'm pretty excited to be increasing my distances over the next few weeks, feels like I've gotten through a hurdle. The only thing I have to work on is timing with lifting days, and making sure I'm not skipping out on (too many) leg days because of running. It'll probably take me a little while to get used to my longer running distances before I slowly build back my lower body strength training to normal levels.

I hope to see more people posting, but I know a lot of you can't get to the gym right now. I'll try to think of you guys when I'm having a session!
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Nathaniel Cabberhore - Sun, 10 May 2020 23:41:25 EST 7jmxMSGY No.96223 Reply
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>>96217

14 miles 141 minutes. 26 miles 151 minutes for the week. I had some tough weeks previous. Tried a 19 mile run just completely lost steam around mile 14, 5 miles away from home. Buddy came and picked me up. Then tried a 18 and lost it at mile 14 again. Walked it out. Didn't feel good about those. Gonna try and slowly build up again and try those distances again. However, this time I'm gonna keep it in town. The route I had been trying to run takes me so far away from home and is a straight line. With some of the other runs there is a sort of progression of 1st, 2nd, etc. to last part of the run. I really think it is mostly a mental block that I'm running into. I've completed 15 and ~16.5 mile runs I'm not sure why I'm losing it at mile 14 if not a sort of mental block.
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Eugene Sossleworth - Mon, 11 May 2020 13:52:34 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96227 Reply
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Legs today, lifting instead of running because I've only been running as lower body for the last 2-3 weeks. Brump
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Caroline Noddleworth - Tue, 12 May 2020 06:44:20 EST xpEvVX1X No.96229 Reply
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I'm borderline obese, 110kg, 187cm tall. I have issues with sticking to a workout. A friend suggested that I try to maintain a low impact workout regime for a period of 12 weeks to mentally get me used to the idea of exercise. I've decided to walk for 45minutes everyday around the neighborhood, so I stay healthy both body and mind. I will increase my speed according to how my body feels, this way I can get to know it more without having to risk of injuring it.
It's only been 6 days now and I already feel a lot stronger. There is a significant improvement, I struggled for the first couple of days but my muscles seem stronger and more resilient now. I just completed my workout, and while it did feel like I was a lot faster this time around, my timing didnt improve. In fact, it took me a minute more to reach back home. I feel like I can keep this up, it has done wonders to my mental state. Before, I used to get depressed and tired of life but now I'm mentall tougher. I'm only afraid that as soon as I get used to the idea of exercise, this happiness will fade away. But I know it will fade away anyways if I stop so I'm willing to put in the effort anyways. Sometimes it feel like I'm not doing enough, but my muscles are sore by the end of the day so it reminds me that I have done the best I can. Il keep updating this thread as soon as I see significant results. Wish me luck.
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Barnaby Brookwill - Thu, 14 May 2020 14:39:00 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96234 Reply
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Three and a half laps of the neighborhood done. Bdubyagee or summat m87
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Lydia Worthingstock - Fri, 22 May 2020 12:14:55 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96245 Reply
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>>95572
Legs day on the legs. Anyone else out there
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Phineas Crimmlestut - Sun, 24 May 2020 15:32:10 EST p85xFx3L No.96247 Reply
>>96245
Yeah, I'm running about 5K 3 times a week, my area is hilly so it's a good workout. It's not just you and the bots.

I have resistance bands and am using them and bodyweight and shit to try to keep my strength intact. I've had to give up most of my leg stuff because for whatever reason squats at the gym were fine but doing one legged squats at home was fucking my knee up and it hurt to walk or run.
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Phineas Surrymig - Sun, 24 May 2020 23:51:01 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96248 Reply
>>96247

Cool. Good to know I'm not alone out here. Not currently glowing, but I'm going to bump for my upper body session yesterday that I overdid and have been absolutely sore to the max from all day.

I ended up getting issues with my right knee from work and had to quit doing single leg squats. It's been a couple of years since I quit that job and now my leg is better, normal even as far as I can tell. I still don't do pistols anymore, but I do barbell squats, among other weighted leg exercises, and go jogging a little over two miles 2-3 times a week depending on how often I do lower body weight sessions. I find it difficult juggling jogging and weight lifting because I don't like doing them on the same day, especially not on or right before or after leg day.
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Phineas Surrymig - Mon, 25 May 2020 15:30:15 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96250 Reply
3+1/2 laps in the neighborhood, it was grueling.
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Shitting Pettingstag - Thu, 28 May 2020 14:35:32 EST p85xFx3L No.96251 Reply
>>96250
Yeah I live on a straight long road, it's 750 metres so I'm running it 7 times. I did 8 a week ago but it's really warm out right now so I'll settle for 7. Though that's lame and I also do a proper route every now at least once a week. I am pretty lucky where I live so I get to enjoy late spring around the nicest city in the UK when I do. It's hilly so it's harder going but it's better exercise and what's the point in running if you don't use it to travel a bit?

Anyway you thought about doing a proper route or is your town/city just a bit of a shithole?
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Lillian Sungerforth - Fri, 29 May 2020 15:28:11 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96256 Reply
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>>96251

My neighborhood is about a kilometer, a little over half of that being flat, the rest some decent angle. Before the virus I would usually try to make it out to the local mountain bike trails. I live outside the edge of town and could run around here outside of my neighborhood, but I'd prefer not to because drivers in the area aren't very understanding of people's space and you've got to run on the shoulder/side of the road.

If I lived in town like my dad does then I'd have no problem running anytime/anywhere. I like running on the bike trails though because they meander through the wooded hills for several miles and are as beautiful as they are a workout.

I was actually just about go running through the neighborhood but it's particularly hot and humid from a morning of non-stop rain breaking into heavy sun. I decided to have a leg day inside with the barbell and weights instead. Bumping for the glow an' all that ye
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Lillian Pepperforth - Sun, 31 May 2020 19:50:01 EST LRE6IiUW No.96261 Reply
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>>95572
Just finished an hour 1/2 of rucking, once again glad to live right next to a small nature preserve where I can hit the trails whenever (pic not actually related)
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Polly Drezzleford - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 02:48:03 EST HPqFEW5S No.96262 Reply
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>>96261

14 miles ~141 minutes on the day. 30.4 miles over 296 minutes. It was suggested to me that I may be running too much on my long days if I want to reach greater distances (20+ miles). I'm not sure how I will be approaching that in the future. I've always wanted to run at least 13 on the weekend since I achieved that milestone. Anything less feels like I haven't appropriately earned the copious amounts of pizza and ice cream I eat afterwords.
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Thomas Chiblinglun - Mon, 01 Jun 2020 17:50:22 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96265 Reply
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>>96262

How many years have you been running? I only fairly started recently, in the last two years, and it's really just secondary to my strength training so I don't push myself terribly hard. I definitely enjoy it though and have decided to increase my distances and test myself a bit. I'm enjoying it so far. You must do half-marathons or something, those distances are impressive. I couldn't imagine going that far in one session. Well, continue to be an inspiration please. Thanks!

I had an upper body work out earlier. Segmented dumbbell curls/overheads, bench press, barbell curls, all in descending sets and finished off with a single set of 70 standard push ups with a ten second half rep hold on the last rep of the set. I did two smaller warm up exercises before all of those but still feel like I went a little light this session, all despite having upped my bench press weight.

Anyway... bumpzizzlin' in the hizzizouse, my nizzy-dizzles. Word.
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Mr_Shawmeen - Wed, 03 Jun 2020 00:17:52 EST GCWXHICQ No.96268 Reply
>>96262
Oooooo, those were my old numbers at 242lbs. I did 27.3 miles in one day once and almost one hundred one week. Keep at it and it don't take much. I did 10 miles yesterday just for fun and did a 3.5 minute half mile in some tunnels at 375-380lbs. Rock me sexy covid brothers and sisters.
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Thomas Tillingstock - Tue, 30 Jun 2020 12:17:11 EST djCXCh0X No.96360 Reply
Went back to the gym 2 weeks ago. Diet is on point as I have lost 5lbs in the past week. I'm getting stronger and hitting PRs as I lose weight.

My goal is to get down to 160lbs and then bulk to 190lbs. I know what it takes to achieve your goals in the gym, with your physique and strength. I use to bodybuild and powerlift back then. I know what hard work and sacrifice is and I'm putting my all into this shit. Give me one year's time and I'll have the best physique I've ever had.

I feel a lot better mentally too since I went back to doing what I love along with my mind feeling clear and mindfully being balanced.

You get out what you put in. Remember that guys.
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Walter Chibbersot - Wed, 01 Jul 2020 20:34:21 EST djCXCh0X No.96361 Reply
Just got home from the gym. Smashed some triceps tonight and hit some PRs. Exhausted physically. But, feel great mentally! It's like euphoria for me :)
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Jenny Shakewill - Mon, 20 Jul 2020 01:47:01 EST YSH47fZe No.96377 Reply
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Upped my daily runs to 5 miles from 4.1. This summer heat has mother fucked me good and I've had to adjust my expectations about pace. I've taken a while off of the long runs while I've adjusted to the extra mileage through the 4 day run week. Was able to get out after the sun went down tonight though and do just 6.3 miles over 58.5 minutes. I'll do my best to keep up the Sunday long run day even if I have to wait till the sun goes down, which is not preferential, but will do.

26.3 miles over 253 minutes this week.
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Frederick Nagglebodge - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 15:13:12 EST p85xFx3L No.96381 Reply
>>96377
I've made real progress but you're still kicking my butt. I run 3 times a week. Tonight was my shortest and hopefully fastest run. I don't time very precisely though, I just go for it. I do 6K (a bit over 3 miles), Tuesday I did 4 miles all around my hilly town and that was under 40 minutes so I'm happy with that. Sunday I did 9K. Shooting for 10K this weekend but we'll see.

For me it's about 13 miles over 120 minutes. I have been doing resistance exercise 3 days a week to keep my strength up. Seems to be working okay still but when my gym re opens I expect I'll have lost a little progress on some lifts.
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Oliver Wunningstone - Thu, 23 Jul 2020 17:57:46 EST zUkhK9Os No.96382 Reply
I’ve been getting back in to cycling hardcore this summer and I’m pretty much obsessed these days. Bee. Trying to ramp up my mileage to get a full century done within the next month or two. This last weekend I tackled a 70 miler, which to be honest was a bit of a sufferfest. I made a few mistakes being that I deadlifted pretty heavy a couple days before and I’ve been trying to cut a little weight to lean out a bit so I’m sure you can imagine how that went. I pretty much knew 15 miles in that it was gonna be a grinder. But I’ve definitely grown addicted to the type 2 fun this summer.

bump for heavy deads today
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Esther Cepperworth - Fri, 24 Jul 2020 19:44:49 EST FOY3mqf0 No.96384 Reply
Did some cardio at the gym. Burned 205 calories in 1 hour while walking at a pace of 3mph. Walked 2.05 miles.

I feel very good. Got that natural high like euphoria going at the moment :)
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Martin Benderwork - Tue, 28 Jul 2020 01:02:51 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96385 Reply
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Working out still on the reggie. I've upped my weights for several lifts lately, and I've been keeping up with jogging despite the monstrous heat. Sometimes I still run in 90-95 degree F with 90-100% humidity by just keeping on my hydration, pace, and distance. That's because my job usually prevents me from running in the earlier morning hours, but tomorrow I should have a chance to a get a session in before the temperature rises beyond preferential limits.

Bumping currently for an upper body strength training session focused on triceps, trapezius, and deltoids. I've been struggling with my appetite, but I still manage to shovel enough food down to hit my nutrition mark. It just sucks doing it. Thankfully I've had a massive appetite today and got a bit extra in like I'd prefer. I've otherwise been kicking total ass with my lifting goals lately, kept on par with running, and have seen obvious gains in the last few months after breaking through a plateau.

Goojucky err'buah
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Fucking Sollystock - Tue, 28 Jul 2020 02:10:25 EST /3p5rqde No.96386 Reply
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Didn't get a long run in yesterday, but tonight it was less than 75F and I decided I'd go after work. 3 mile bump from last weeks long to 9.3 miles at 90.5 minutes. 29.3 miles over 280ish to 290ish minutes. I forgot to start my watch on Friday so that day didn't get timed.

So tomorrow gets a little tricky. Regularly, I'd do a 5 miler but It will be on just 12 hours rest so I'm not sure. Next Sunday, I'm looking to get back to a 13.1 run.
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Reuben Banderdad - Wed, 29 Jul 2020 13:06:19 EST p85xFx3L No.96387 Reply
Back at the gym for the first time since March. Haven't backslid more than I expected, not as bad as I feared but I am going to hurt badly tomorrow.

It's always the squats.
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Henry Wicklehall - Sat, 01 Aug 2020 19:06:09 EST zUkhK9Os No.96394 Reply
80 mile ride in the books. Definitely one of the hardest physical things I’ve ever done but I was able to dig deep and power through it. Gonna need a bit more training to be able to pull off a full century without just straight up wanting to die 3/4 of the way in. Mark my words bros, this shit is going down.
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Jarvis Snodshit - Sun, 02 Aug 2020 23:58:51 EST DNlt13xC No.96397 Reply
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I couldn't quite make it the 13 I planned for today. Finished at 10.7 today though over an abysmal 115.5 minutes. I can take a little pride in running 5 miles twice on Friday (AM and PM) and finishing 40 miles in a 7 day period. I consider my Monday long run belonging to last week, but technically from Monday 7/27 to Sunday 8/2 I ran 40 miles in just under 400 minutes. I'm just looking to stay steady this week with 4x5 mile days and one 10 mile long day on Sunday.
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Polly Goodgold - Mon, 10 Aug 2020 14:12:33 EST p85xFx3L No.96402 Reply
Got my weights done again. Back to the gym a couple of times a week now, it's weird I have to book in advance but the half empty gym means I can get shit done fast.

Not sure if I'll run tomorrow because it won't cool down until quite late. Maybe I'll just get out for a few K so I'm not entirely skipping it and do my run around town on Thursday when it will be a few C cooler.
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John Bingerstone - Fri, 21 Aug 2020 15:23:51 EST LokB7dOs No.96410 Reply
BAMP for running

Just measured one lap around my neighborhood for the first time on google and found out it's actually 1.2 miles per lap when this entire time I thought it was about half a mile. My latest record apparently from the last two runs was each four miles. I legitimately thought I was barely, if even, breaking two miles all this time.
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John Bingerstone - Fri, 21 Aug 2020 15:38:08 EST LokB7dOs No.96411 Reply
>>96410

And yesterday I reached a new goal with my upper body, being 5'6" and 130lbs, benched 162.6lbs 5x5. I normally do five sets, -1 each consecutive set, starting at 10 reps per, but using less weight. This new way is preferable. nb
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Polly Murdfoot - Fri, 28 Aug 2020 01:32:06 EST LokB7dOs No.96413 Reply
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Chest and arms day today with more of the 5x5 bench that I love so much. I only ever do a standard press, can anyone help me to know if I should be mixing it up with different kinds? I'll look it up anyways, I just like hearing from people more personally than a google search. I'll also probably start doing it anyways because I can't imagine it would hurt to change it up every so often. What different types of presses do you people enjoy performing? Thanks in advance
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Phyllis Somblebury - Fri, 04 Sep 2020 13:39:00 EST p85xFx3L No.96422 Reply
>>96411
Meant to bump this earlier. I do 3 sets of 8-12 with a pair of dumbells and before rona I was doing slightly less than you. I came back and it's probably my biggest area of loss. The hardest part with dumbells is getting them into position. It's immensely frustrating because I was doing 2x35KG in sets of 9 and now I'm struggling with a pair of 32.5s. I'm not exactly gaining fast so I know at some point I'm not going to be able to make any more progress but I hit 35KG for a week in january then couldn't, then throughout March I was consistently lifting it and now I'm not even close.

I am quite a bit heftier than you at 80KG but I am also about 180-185cm depending on the tape measure (so 6 foot 1 and 175 pounds). So I'm impresed by your bench. Do bear in mind though that 5 reps is strength training whereas 8+ is hypertrophy. In theory you'll see more progress in weight but less in your own weight this way, all else the same and that shit.

I did manage 32.5KG again this today. Most of my other lifts are now back to where they were. Squats, rows, deadlifts, OHP and so on. It could be worse.
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Edward Nickledock - Thu, 17 Sep 2020 12:39:23 EST LokB7dOs No.96428 Reply
>>96422

It took me a long time to build up to where I'm at too, because I technically started lifting weights a little over three years ago (but I was already fairly fit, exercised regularly most of my life), and I didn't get serious with a fully proper diet and strength training routine until nearly two years ago. This last twelve months I saw the most improvement, as I'm still learning new things and always trying to find ways to improve.

I've hit a couple of plateaus in the last half year, but I always end up moving on. I honestly don't think I really want to get much bigger, but I'm psychologically addicted to strength training right now and I think I would have a hard time actually stopping. I suppose difficulty increases exponentially with weight, so I guess that's a sort of natural barrier to progress.

Bumping right now for a lower body lifting session that was actually after work last night, but it wasn't as heavy as usual because I've been running the last few weeks in place of my lower body weight routines, 6.5 km twice weekly.
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Cornelius Neshstone - Sun, 20 Sep 2020 00:25:17 EST LokB7dOs No.96430 Reply
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I ran earlier, 4 miles through my neighborhood, and then did a few sets of different types of planks. I'm about to do some stretching and loosen up a little bit
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William Clockleshaw - Sat, 26 Sep 2020 15:20:03 EST zUkhK9Os No.96438 Reply
Took about a month off from cycling because I was in last minute 14er peak bagging mode before winter. And it’s crazy how fast I lost a lot of my long distance progress in that time. The last couple 50 milers I’ve done have just been absolute sufferfests. I went out today and was doing alright until the last 10-15 miles where I was hit with a massive fucking head wind that almost literally made me want to cry. Some real character building shit I tell ya. And it doesn’t help that around 25-30 miles in, my right hip starts to give me problems which I’m not sure is an underlying health issue or just a poor bike fit. My body just doesn’t seem to want to get with the program of being in the saddle for 4+ hours at a time right now. I might have to rethink my approach for the next couple months that I have left before winter hits.
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Archie Blerryford - Mon, 28 Sep 2020 10:30:49 EST 8EOdupz2 No.96439 Reply
Today: 195# clean and press, 275# squat, 315# dl, some lat pulldowns and pullups for accessory work. Went home and drank 6 eggs with creatine. Tore the shit out of my hands but feeling the bloat and glow.
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Clara Snodforth - Tue, 29 Sep 2020 20:51:40 EST LokB7dOs No.96440 Reply
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I ran another four miles today. I might cut it back a little because my right knee occasionally gives me some pain. It usually alleviates a fair amount after a deep massage, and it went away once when I did some barbell squats and stayed away until the next time I ran. I've looked it up, but I'm just going to stop running altogether if I have to, not that I would ever like to. I've heard Biking isn't as hard on the legs, so I wonder if that switch might help. I just don't want to have to remove my cardio altogether.
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John Cloblinghed - Wed, 30 Sep 2020 04:47:14 EST HmN1wkUJ No.96441 Reply
>>96440
How old are your shoes (and are they actual running shoes or just whatever shoes)?
They lose their impact resistance over time, faster the more you weigh.
User is currently banned from all boards
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Polly Seckleway - Mon, 05 Oct 2020 21:47:55 EST LokB7dOs No.96446 Reply
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>>96441
>>96442

They're $120 running shoes that are in like-new condition still. I've actually had minor issues on and off with my right knee for the last several years, since a few years before I even began running, with no idea what caused it.

The last time I ran, I did the same distance without getting discomfort in my knee. It's been noticeably improving since I started giving myself deep-tissue massages in my legs, particularly the muscles around my knees. I had a huge knot in my right calf the other week after running, and I learned that knots in the muscles around the knee could be a cause of certain types of knee pain.

I'm going to bump for an upper body weight session earlier, focused around the bench press and barbell curl. I ended up playing some basketball a little later, a while after eating my post workout meal.
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Martha Mellyford - Thu, 08 Oct 2020 14:43:14 EST LokB7dOs No.96447 Reply
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One more upper body day marked off in the course of my life, hopefully many more to go! Sustenance consumption initiating presently.
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Ebenezer Billingshaw - Mon, 12 Oct 2020 17:00:04 EST YptMokgx No.96451 Reply
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A nice little 30 minutes of yoga helped to work out the ache-y feeling I woke up with, but feeling pretty weak/worn down from yesterdays 13.8 mile run.

Haven't BWG in a long while, but I've still been on the grind. Had a couple of weeks planned off time a couple of months ago. Since then I've been moving the weekly baseline to 30 miles. And since it has cooled down averages have held pretty steady at about 9 minutes/mile over my 4 daily runs.

Yesterday's midday high was 85/86 and I felt it. Still waiting for some even cooler weather to see if I can't get the long run time averages down.
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Priscilla Gecklelock - Tue, 13 Oct 2020 11:37:27 EST LokB7dOs No.96452 Reply
I have successfully completed the manipulation of concentric, metal objects on steel rods in sets of repetitious movements, and have now begun nourishing my physiological being through the injection of edible matter into my digestive system. This constitutes a bump, my iron-affiliated friends!
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Martin Sappersane - Mon, 19 Oct 2020 20:33:29 EST LokB7dOs No.96457 Reply
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>>96452

Ran 4 miles earlier. This one was rough compared to the last one. I was ready to quit half way, but I soldiered through it.
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Hedda Pubberdock - Wed, 21 Oct 2020 13:00:57 EST LokB7dOs No.96458 Reply
>>96457

One more bump. A nice upper body session, but I left off an exercise at the end. I've been taking extra recovery days and going a little easier since I had some shoulder pain the other week, and so far it's gone away. Too much too often. Glow
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Caroline Smallcocke - Thu, 22 Oct 2020 14:37:45 EST LokB7dOs No.96459 Reply
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I just completed another 4 mile run through my neighborhood, with stretching before and after. Thankfully the weather lately has been absolutely beautiful, with a current 65'F and a light breeze.

I'll probably be back to bump again tomorrow for a core session, and then a full body workout the following day, which I desperately realize I need to make a regular part of my routine now that I'm seeing it typed out like that. Anyways, I hope I see more people hitting the bump around these parts. Good luck, everyone!

>Pic, Hibiscus Flower.
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Esther Goshdock - Mon, 26 Oct 2020 03:02:15 EST OViRutbi No.96461 Reply
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I've been having somewhat of a mental block getting motivated to run 13+ miles. I was trying to remember where I was, mentally, last winter that I could invest the time just to endure the physical rigor and subsequent aches that I know would come. I've been holding steady at, at least, 10 miles for my long run each week; but have grown complacent with that run and struggled running longer. So when I went out today--unsure if I could force myself to run 13--I realized that I felt the same back then it was just a sort of will to do that kept me going. Just gotta go and do. It is just mental and I'm certainly physically capable (more so than a little less than a year ago).

So 13.3 miles in 131 minutes today and 33.3 in about 316 minutes on the week.
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Esther Brookman - Mon, 26 Oct 2020 18:31:48 EST LokB7dOs No.96463 Reply
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>>96459

>THERE

One more time! OOH BABY! YEAH! I was feeling extra rough today, so I stopped at 2.3 miles instead of my usual 4. I think the cold front that came through last night was hard on my lungs. I remember having a similar issue after the previously most notable cold front rolled through.

Well, tomorrow will be an upper body day focusing around the bench press, and I might even do a few barbell over head presses since I've not done any for some time. IT's BEAN REAL!
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Jarvis Senderworth - Mon, 02 Nov 2020 02:25:00 EST jvvlZau0 No.96471 Reply
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>>96461

Running on windy days is absolutely brutal. I'd rather it be a down pour for 120 straight minutes than have to fight the wind. I made it through it today though: 20mph gusts, 10 miles in 94 minutes. 271 minutes over 30 miles on the week.
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Barnaby Shakeson - Tue, 03 Nov 2020 16:55:43 EST LokB7dOs No.96472 Reply
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I did my regular 4 miles today, a little bit of a struggle on the last half mile, but finished at an excellent pace. I want to bring back strength training to my normal levels, but I'm still nursing shoulder pain in my right side. Particularly feels like the spot where my collar bone connects to my shoulder, but it's been getting better.
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Charlotte Fuckleshit - Sat, 07 Nov 2020 14:18:34 EST LokB7dOs No.96479 Reply
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One more four miles in really nice weather!
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Basil Gottingford - Wed, 11 Nov 2020 13:16:48 EST LokB7dOs No.96481 Reply
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Four miles in the rain. Had a struggle this time around.
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Polly Hoblingdit - Sun, 15 Nov 2020 02:42:56 EST YptMokgx No.96483 Reply
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>>96481

I enjoy my rain runs. Try to look at them as just something different than all the hundreds of miles I'll run dry. In the summers they are a fantastic reprieve from the heat.

30 more miles 282 minutes. Little windy, little rainy, little chilly today but just an easy 10 miles over 100 minutes. Something a little different this week running on 5 consecutive days and not having a day off before my long run. Needed a different day off for the upcoming week. So I'll have tomorrow off instead of Monday.
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Priscilla Shakedock - Sun, 15 Nov 2020 09:56:09 EST lEkhY+VV No.96484 Reply
>>95572
Do the runners in this thread have any tips for running with flat feet? I have almost no arches, to the point that I suffered a stress fracture in one foot a few years ago just from being on my feet too much. I have orthotic inserts, but they're uncomfortable and I imagine running in them would do more harm than good.
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Polly Hoblingdit - Sun, 15 Nov 2020 17:16:18 EST YptMokgx No.96485 Reply
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>>96484

When I started reading about running and training regimens, I almost always noticed that they'd have a disclaimer about consulting with a physician before beginning. I always ignored all that because I live in the US of A and I'm not rich. I don't think you have the luxury to ignore that precaution.

Generally though, start slow. When I began as a tubby, mid-30's guy who had never ran before in his life, and smoked for the previous 15 years I couldn't run much more than a quarter of a mile at a time. I committed and persevered and just took it slow.

One advantage you have if you're at a similar starting point is you'll almost always be able to go just a little bit further on your next run. There were literally weeks where my the length of my runs progressed just 10 yards each day. You have to focus on the small victories like that. Eventually, you'll have days where you just can't go that extra 10 yards or quarter mile or mile or 3 more miles or whatever you're goal is; you can't be defeated by these days. They're only one setback among the hundreds of personal bests and victories.

Lots of people get fancy clothes and shoes and water bottles and fit watches and other gear. And all that stuff is great if that's what you want. Lots of people follow fancy guides or fancy training techniques or desire to have an X minute mile or a sub X:XX marathon. And that's great if that is part of your goals. Ultimately, what I think is most important is just the commitment to running or exercising as many times a week as you can. And sticking to that plan for as long as you can. As an informal mantra I've told myself 'I want a habit not a hobby.'

Jose Canseco not related
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Lillian Messlepadge - Sun, 15 Nov 2020 20:29:17 EST p85xFx3L No.96486 Reply
>>96485
If you can't run far a couch to 5K regimen works. That's because rather than just running till you're dead and being done after 2 minutes it gives you frequent rests so you get lots of practice, but still pushes you hard enough to improve. Over time the rests get less and the running more. Commitment is important, having a sensible routine will multiply how effective it is, but a good routine is useless if you are regular and consistent.

Fancy gear helps but it doesn't make you fitter, it just lets you run faster/further at the same fitness level. Useful if you're competing with others but indulgent if you're competing with yourself.

I started running this year in which I turned 35 however I did a fair bit of cardio and weights so I hit 5K within a month. I need to work on my pace now because I can comfortably do 4 miles/6.5K (well not comfortable but running a mile sounds easy now) I can hit 10K at a push but it's barely a run at that point. I don't want to increase my distance by just running slower longer, I want to run for the same time and just cover more ground. Tomorrow I intend to do strength training but as I'm off work I want to fit a couple of miles running in.

This week I'm under lockdown so I can't hit the gym but instead of a short walk at lunch I'll try to run a couple of miles on days I wouldn't run normally and see if I can get some progress. It's too dark to run outside in the evening so during the week I had been going to the gym and hitting the treadmill. I was trying to run the same amount of time and just slowly put a tiny bit more speed on each time. If I can gain even 1kph over winter that'll make a big difference.
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James Bommlechetch - Tue, 17 Nov 2020 12:38:14 EST LokB7dOs No.96488 Reply
Three laps earlier instead of three and a half, and I took a small break after the second lap. I was going to quit then, but I decided to go for one more even though I hate to stop running and start again in the same session and never, ever do it normally. I think it was the cold weather messing with me again. I always have a harder time on colder days.
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Molly Cettinglock - Wed, 18 Nov 2020 13:11:03 EST LokB7dOs No.96490 Reply
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>>96488

Traps, Tris, Delts, n outer Pecs, tag em' n' bag em', m89, ami-eh?
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Nigel Pappersan - Wed, 18 Nov 2020 17:16:34 EST zUkhK9Os No.96491 Reply
Now that winter is about to be in full effect I’ve been trying my hand at jumping rope to maintain some sense of conditioning while I’m on my winter long bulk and was definitely a little taken back at just how good of a workout 20-30 minute HIIT sessions really are. And all I have to do is just step right outside to get it in so it’s fantastic from a sustainability standpoint.
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Rebecca Sunkintodging - Sun, 22 Nov 2020 21:00:46 EST jvvlZau0 No.96500 Reply
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>>96486

Yeah, I'm a big believer in whatever works for you works. Just trying to share some of the experience I had learning to run.

15 miles today over 154 minutes. 334.5 minutes over 35 miles on the week. Felt good after the 15 today, ran a bike path a direction I hadn't before. Saw more deers than bikers.
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Charles Pesslefoot - Fri, 27 Nov 2020 22:29:26 EST stQIDRsi No.96501 Reply
Trained at the gym for the first time in months. Did biceps and cardio. My biceps and forearms are fried and already sore. Will be going 3 days a week since I will be taking training and diet seriously for the first time in over a year. I have different goals this time around and with that said I am ready to live a healthy lifestyle and be the gym rat I use to be years ago.

I've lost 8lbs so far in the past 1.5 weeks. I want to get down to 160lbs at 5'3 and then bulk up to 185lbs. After I achieve that I'll decide what my target weight for the next cut will be.

Overall its time for me to make a lot of changes in my life besides being involved in living a physically healthy lifestyle. The gym is my foundation for my mind, body, and soul. It's my "anchor" per say.
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Charles Pittbury - Mon, 30 Nov 2020 00:02:58 EST jvvlZau0 No.96502 Reply
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Another week another 30ish miles. Small long run 10.8 miles in 109 minutes. 30.8 miles over 291 minutes on the week. Been dealing with a little bit of hamstring tightness/straining. It hasn't been enough to keep me at home. I have been trying to finish this calendar year strong and don't have an off week planned till the last week of December/first week of January. I'll take a Monday and Tuesday as rest days and do 5 run days in a row. Hopefully, that will be enough rest.
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Shitting Noddlelatch - Wed, 02 Dec 2020 12:23:07 EST LokB7dOs No.96505 Reply
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OP here. Just finished my usual 4 mile run, but at under 8 minutes per mile it was my fastest yet. Coincidentally also the coldest weather that I've ran in, 40 degrees F.

Does anybody have any tips for running in the winter?
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Matilda Wungerpet - Thu, 03 Dec 2020 14:21:42 EST zUkhK9Os No.96506 Reply
Heavy deads today leaving me feeling pretty smoked. I think I PR’ed today but due to me not ever writing anything down I’m not really sure. But I’ll just go on assuming I did anyway
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Shit Snodspear - Mon, 14 Dec 2020 02:28:03 EST jvvlZau0 No.96519 Reply
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>>96505

I love cold weather for running. Most of my fastest paces are in 40 to 50F conditions. Last year, I ran in the teens a few times 15-20F. I think I just wore two pair of tights, shorts, two pair of socks and then maybe an undershirt, a hoody, a water proof jacket (waterproof jacket really holds in the heat) and a sock hat. But, you gotta experiment and find whatever you're gonna be comfortable in.

Dealt with some popping in my knee thought it best to take some time off a couple of weeks ago. Took it easy as I got back on it this week. Another 30 miles down over 282 minutes. Easy 10 mile long run today in 98.5 minutes.

Just trying to last out the calendar year. Plan on adding to my daily/weekly distances in the coming year. Knee issues are something to do with lateral give. Switching from Cossack squats to regular squats as part of my pre-run warm-up seemed to help.
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Henry Chorringnot - Wed, 16 Dec 2020 10:04:15 EST Mt9Z9gYM No.96524 Reply
>>96519

I ran yesterday with the temp. ranging 38F-41F and got by in short shorts, a t-shirt, a beanie to cover the tops of my ears (which get painfully cold in that weather), and a pair of gloves (because my hands get so dry in that type of weather that my knuckles get gigantic bloody cracks in them for weeks at a time).

It worked out pretty well. Honestly, in more secluded running areas I still end up removing my shirt because I can't stand being sweaty with a shirt on, and I usually still end up sweating around the three mile mark.

Bumping now for yesterdays run, 4 miles in my new neighborhood.
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Matilda Hushpuck - Wed, 16 Dec 2020 16:09:54 EST zUkhK9Os No.96525 Reply
>>96524
Do you run in snow and if so how do you prevent slippage?

Bump for legs this morning and gonna hit shoulders in a few hours. In the middle of running this 2 a day program for the next few weeks.
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Shit Blythewell - Thu, 17 Dec 2020 01:55:11 EST Mt9Z9gYM No.96526 Reply
>>96525

Honestly, we haven't really had much snow or ice in the last 18-24 months that I really started running for real. The worst I've ran in was basically just this last time in 38F weather. I put specialized lotion on my hands, and same for lip protection.

Some of my knuckles are already cracked and open from the cold, so even with gloves it still hurt some with the breeze that was going on, but it wasn't too bad. I assume that if my hands weren't already so fucked up I would have been perfectly fine.

Last winter however, I didn't wear lip protection and I ended up getting dry split directly down the center of my bottom lip, and it took almost two months to go away because almost every time I spoke or opened my mouth to eat I ripped it painfully back open. I probably should have just super-glued it closed to heal, but I'm an idiot and didn't think about that then. Sorry for the ramble. Anyways, nb.
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Samuel Crussleshaw - Fri, 18 Dec 2020 01:54:37 EST oFfGAszv No.96528 Reply
My father was diagnosed with covid, since we live in the same house i consider myself positive as well, tho he had fever, cough and slept a lot in the last days, i only felt a sightly head pressure, some random coughs and a throat pain randomly, now just a week later im feeling better.

Since i live in a desert place and jog during the middle of the night when there is not a single soul outside, i went to a uphill sprint, to see how i was.

Oh boy i did not feel covid a lot till now, but after that sprint i felt like this:

https://youtu.be/nl39RQoKLBo
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Hamilton Pittwill - Mon, 21 Dec 2020 07:29:44 EST ucxYFJYU No.96531 Reply
Went to the gym for the first time in months. Trained back yesterday along with 30 minutes of cardio. Damn, this is a lot more challenging than usual because I have to wear a mask at all times. Overall, I feel good and mentally refreshed.

My goal is to cut down to 160lbs and gain as much muscle as possible through hard training and muscle memory as I lose weight. I know I will eventually plateau in terms of muscle gain. But, I know how to get through the plateau anyway. After im done with my cut I plan to bulk up to 190lbs. Im 5'3 which means all the muscle i gain during this cut will be extremely noticeable. Atm i weigh 238lbs from starting at 241lbs. Im going to keep chipping away and taking things day by day, step by step.

I use to be a competitive powerlifter years ago. I know what sacrifice and hard work is and im willing to make the same sacrifices like I did back then. The only difference now is that I don't plan on powerlifting again. I just want to have a good physique and be in good shape. When im done my cut I plan to start doing calisthenics... more than just dips and pull-ups. I want to be as strong as possible. But, in a different way now rather than being able to squat, bench, and deadlift lots of weight.

I'm sore today. I love the feeling since that tells me I trained hard enough to stimulate muscle soreness and getting all the lactic acid out of my muscles.

I'm training 3x a week right now. I will start training 4x a week after I've lost a good amount of weight. I will be throwing in a leg day in the future.

I just feel fucking fantastic!
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Jack Pundernane - Mon, 21 Dec 2020 17:16:30 EST jvh9NwXW No.96532 Reply
Did 45 minutes of cardio and burned 200 calories and walked 2.05 miles. Im exhausted and at the same time I feel great.

I feel like I'm living again rather than just being alive for the first time in years. Im starting to feel whole again. The gym and training is my form of meditation. It is an essential part of my life. I truly didn't realize how much I missed the gym up until now.
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Phyllis Mallylen - Wed, 23 Dec 2020 19:36:33 EST oFfGAszv No.96534 Reply
Went to the gym after quarantining for fourteen days after my dad confirmed positive for covid and i also got symptoms and i actually did more weight than before the fourteen days at home with corona, so take that corona.
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Fuck Tillingbanks - Thu, 24 Dec 2020 12:39:41 EST zUkhK9Os No.96535 Reply
There’s just something about high rep trap bar deadlifts that almost make me question my own primal desire to simply keep on breathing to stay alive. Nothing else lifting wise seems to snatch out little parts of my soul like those do. Bumping for legs. And my glutton-for-punishment ass still has another evening session to go for today. Thankfully I don’t need too much from my legs to OHP.
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Albert Murdson - Thu, 31 Dec 2020 02:43:41 EST oFfGAszv No.96539 Reply
>>96528
Did cleans and was able to pull 2 reps with 104kgs, covid dont got shit on me.
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Albert Murdridge - Fri, 01 Jan 2021 14:02:31 EST +QNI8WcN No.96540 Reply
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Hit the ol' upper body today, rounded off at the end with some deadlifts. Post-workout meal has been consumed, and I am feeling really good, my duders!
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Beatrice Puvingstare - Tue, 05 Jan 2021 22:08:03 EST +QNI8WcN No.96550 Reply
I had a mostly leg session last night after work with jumping jacks and leg lifts for a warm up, followed by barbell squats with calf presses after each set, then weighted lunges, and ending with dead lifts.

It's now almost exactly 24 hours later and my thighs and butt are near-demolished. I'm glad I decided to skip running because of the dark and substitute with a lifting session.

For a quick question, does anyone here know some good leg exercises I can do with barbell or dumbbell? (Besides the ones I already listed?)
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Hedda Worthingstock - Wed, 06 Jan 2021 09:01:15 EST zUkhK9Os No.96551 Reply
>>96550
I’d throw in some sets of straight legged deadlifts. I haven’t found another free weight exercise that work my hammies like them.
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Esther Tootcocke - Thu, 14 Jan 2021 11:10:10 EST +QNI8WcN No.96561 Reply
Core bumping, lots of planks.

>>96551

Never heard of that variation, but I'll try it out next time
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Alice Lightspear - Thu, 14 Jan 2021 13:12:12 EST NBJ/FElz No.96562 Reply
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Q1 this year I have been doing Smolov program for squat, plus accessory work and jogging. Been eating a dozen eggs a day with glycine, arginine, and creatine. Hornier than I've ever been in my goddamned life but feeling fantastic otherwise.
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Hamilton Dartfield - Fri, 15 Jan 2021 19:22:17 EST oFfGAszv No.96564 Reply
Did some Squats, push press and rows, also closed knuckles planks, i got get my knuckles harder tbh.

I have boxing sparring tomorrow, too bad its like 9 am and i became a night person since quarantine began, meaning i wont sleep and technically will have two workous in "the same day".
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Nell Crerrystuck - Mon, 18 Jan 2021 12:27:42 EST zUkhK9Os No.96571 Reply
Bump for morning back workout. Good news is I was able to easily hit a new all time deadlift PR, bad news is that I’ve officially maxed out all the weight I have in my home gym. It sucks that the weight plate market is still so crazy right now. Honestly though it’s probably best that I back off the heavy singles for a little while.
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Ebenezer Hattinghudge - Mon, 18 Jan 2021 14:03:58 EST NBJ/FElz No.96572 Reply
>>96571
Deficit DL, behind the back DL, and weighted vests await you my friend.
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Eliza Binningwater - Wed, 20 Jan 2021 11:22:03 EST +QNI8WcN No.96573 Reply
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Back, shoulder, and deltoids on the recovery track
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Rebecca Pockbury - Fri, 22 Jan 2021 23:03:31 EST FpyzzrLt No.96574 Reply
>>95572
Shoulders and legs tomorrow. doing a new split of Back/tris, shoulders/legs, Chest/bis, and cardio/core. Currently 6', 200 lbs. I'll be starting my first cycle using 15mg Ostarine daily soon
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Fucking Gugglestock - Sat, 23 Jan 2021 16:13:20 EST +QNI8WcN No.96575 Reply
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Chest and bicep with the bells and bar. Thinking about going for a run in a little while, my first time ever doubling up running and lifting on the same day, and I plan on doing my full 4 mile distance, which will hopefully not be too awful.

It feels right to give myself this extra push today. The stars have aligned.
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Lydia Murrykerk - Tue, 26 Jan 2021 22:18:55 EST +QNI8WcN No.96581 Reply
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Running earlier today, which I meant to bump for then, and so am bumping for now. It was my usual 4 miles, but with only one day rest since my last run. I had the idea/urge earlier to break my record and do a 6 mile run next time.

My current record is the 4 miles that I've been doing for the last 3-4 months, but it's gotten so much easier that I had the desire to really test myself. Adding another 2 miles feels right. I thought about a single mile, but that's just not very much to me anymore. I want to really push myself beyond my normal limits and see what I can handle.

I hope everyone else is doing well and keeping up in these trying times! Good luck to everyone, and I wish you all good health as well.
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Jack Fimmergold - Tue, 02 Feb 2021 15:33:30 EST NBJ/FElz No.96592 Reply
Just PR'ed for 3pl8 DL
we gonna make it brahs
also did good mornings, OHP, bench, power clean, pullups, face pulls, and lat pulldowns today
sitting here drinking a fruit and egg smoothie in my anabolic window
feels heckin good mang
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Cornelius Wedgeshit - Tue, 02 Feb 2021 17:15:25 EST zUkhK9Os No.96593 Reply
Did about 45 minutes on the bike this morning and just finished up a jump rope sesh. Feelin the glow baybay
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Charles Hickleford - Thu, 04 Feb 2021 15:41:13 EST +QNI8WcN No.96595 Reply
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Upper body, light on the bench press for shoulder pain, and back to more recovery. I over did my lower body two days ago and am regretting it still.
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William Hebblebock - Sat, 06 Feb 2021 13:57:37 EST NBJ/FElz No.96596 Reply
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>>95572
Yesterday was like Christmas morning because I got in YK11, LGD4033, and a bunch of weed by mail. Did a pull-heavy upper body exercise then did some HIIT kettlebell memes and finished out the day with the QiGong vid on the front page (thanks dude).
Going full fuckin Arnold mode.
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Thomas Sabberdale - Mon, 08 Feb 2021 21:28:25 EST NBJ/FElz No.96602 Reply
Just finished second workout today. Walked home in -30°C weather. Came home to fresh cooked fried rice. Glowing af.
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Simon Pashstone - Tue, 09 Feb 2021 14:00:59 EST +QNI8WcN No.96605 Reply
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4 miles in the 'hood. Fairly warm day for winter.
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William Smallham - Tue, 16 Feb 2021 00:04:19 EST +QNI8WcN No.96612 Reply
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I did the thing... and stuff. The upper body thing with the heaby metal things that you do stuff with. Also food
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Ernest Honeystock - Wed, 17 Feb 2021 14:00:06 EST +QNI8WcN No.96615 Reply
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OP again, again. I went 5 miles today instead of my usual 4. The extra mile was hardly noticeable, but we'll see how my legs feel this time tomorrow. Post run meal was four eggs in olive oil with steam broccoli and cauliflower, 3 ounces of long horn cheddar with a few tablespoons of sour cream, and a cup of black coffee.
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Shit Fizzleman - Sat, 27 Feb 2021 13:16:45 EST iBN53/WW No.96616 Reply
Late bump. I ran 6 miles yesterday and feel the urge to go further next time.
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Cedric Dribblesun - Wed, 03 Mar 2021 16:23:42 EST NBJ/FElz No.96619 Reply
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good mornings
deathlift
barbell row
chest supported row
lat pulldowns
face pull

lol
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Cedric Blackcocke - Sun, 07 Mar 2021 22:36:23 EST iBN53/WW No.96627 Reply
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Just got done with a post work work out and eating my post work out meal.

This was a trap, delts and shoulder heavy session. Maybe not as intense as usual because I took a small near-week long break from lifting and running.
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Nigel Crundermurk - Tue, 09 Mar 2021 22:36:40 EST u1WOwIrv No.96634 Reply
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I ran 3 miles on the local mountain bike trails today. I got a really bad stitch in my lung around the two mile mark though and walked for about 100 meters before starting back up and finishing.
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George Povinggold - Thu, 11 Mar 2021 15:12:28 EST u1WOwIrv No.96643 Reply
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Upper body, chest and bi's with a pinch of tri's. Focused around standard bench press and barbell curls.
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Barnaby Sarrygold - Tue, 16 Mar 2021 17:41:35 EST zUkhK9Os No.96663 Reply
For some reason I decided to do an ungodly amount of squats yesterday and now my legs and I are currently not on speaking terms. I honestly can’t remember the last time my quads were this destroyed. Bump for upper body session today.
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Cedric Birringdale - Tue, 16 Mar 2021 21:29:34 EST u1WOwIrv No.96664 Reply
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Took care of my back and shoulders with some deltoid action as well. I was excited for this session because I learned a couple of new lifts for my latissimus dorsi muscles, which are arguably my weakest link. Yesterday was another run day as well with 4 & 1/2 miles through my neighborhood.

We'll see how sore I am come the morrow. Back and shoulder day usually has me straight ded the following day.
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Martha Ponnerwill - Wed, 17 Mar 2021 11:13:51 EST ml5AIRY+ No.96666 Reply
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>Leg Day

Hit it pretty hard and feelin good.
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Wesley Blackbury - Mon, 22 Mar 2021 15:13:35 EST u1WOwIrv No.96669 Reply
OP again. 4 mile run earlier
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Hamilton Nezzlesitch - Sat, 27 Mar 2021 13:15:11 EST u1WOwIrv No.96680 Reply
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>>95572

I guess I'll bump a day late for my 4 mile run yesterday. Day before that was back/shoulders/delts day and I'm still sore. I over did my delts, did my traps just right, and did not do enough for my latissimus dorsi.
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Nathaniel Pickgold - Sun, 28 Mar 2021 19:00:53 EST NBJ/FElz No.96685 Reply
yesterday did rack pulls, wide-grip pulldowns, tricep pulldowns, deadlift, barbell rows, face pull, seal rows, and a few french curls
feeling it in my tendons this morning but took a walk for a few hours in the sun with as little clothing as possible and now feel great
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Beatrice Chemblesirk - Tue, 30 Mar 2021 21:09:16 EST u1WOwIrv No.96686 Reply
I just did som excorcise weight lifting but not as heavy as usual. I got a new job where I'm going to be lifting heavy objects a lot and put in dangerous positions while in high up places and I'm worried about over-doing it and not being able to function properly at work.
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Cyril Bunham - Thu, 01 Apr 2021 18:46:50 EST u1WOwIrv No.96688 Reply
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>>96686
4 miles down. Just got back inside and I'm about to go cook a fat meal full of proteins and vegetables
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Phoebe Buzzshit - Sun, 04 Apr 2021 21:12:10 EST u1WOwIrv No.96690 Reply
>>96688

I ran a few miles on the mountain bike trails today. My right knee which used to have some pain issues is feeling a tiny bit rough so I think I might lay off that and just focus on running on the road.
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Hamilton Gapperwater - Mon, 05 Apr 2021 18:12:26 EST NBJ/FElz No.96691 Reply
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>>95572
medium-grip pulldowns, neutral hands db incline press, ohp, dips, t-bar row, and lateral raises today
I have no idea why but I really suck at dips and desperately need to strengthen this to protect the shoulders and pecs during compound lifts. Perhaps additional training during "off" days which is just accessory work (dead hang, dip, yoga pushup)
Your thoughts, /ana/?
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Shit Lightforth - Tue, 06 Apr 2021 19:06:48 EST u1WOwIrv No.96692 Reply
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Made upper body lifties just soon ago and ate too. Thanks, gooby.
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Hannah Sapperfoot - Thu, 08 Apr 2021 17:27:41 EST djCXCh0X No.96695 Reply
Trained back and biceps. Feeling exhausted. I want those gains booooy!
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Edward Blatherbanks - Thu, 08 Apr 2021 21:14:51 EST u1WOwIrv No.96696 Reply
Lower body weight lifting a little earlier. Probly over did it though.
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Walter Blackshit - Sat, 10 Apr 2021 09:10:17 EST u1WOwIrv No.96697 Reply
>>96696
I definitely over did my lower body yesterday. nb It hurts to be alive
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Basil Fivingfoot - Sat, 10 Apr 2021 14:40:06 EST zUkhK9Os No.96698 Reply
First bike ride of the season. My hip is still fucked. Kinda bummed about that. I guess I have to get into kill climbs or mountain biking to get my sufferfest rocks of this year. Or at least until I feel like biting the financial bullet and seeing a doctor.
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James Blendleshaw - Thu, 22 Apr 2021 22:15:54 EST 82oZ0oxI No.96712 Reply
Upper body today okay thanks gooby
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Hugh Barringson - Sun, 25 Apr 2021 21:40:27 EST u1WOwIrv No.96715 Reply
>>96712

Me again, and also OP of the thread. I just did a semi-full body weight lift work out that was just over an hour long. My weight lifting sessions are usually 50-65 minutes in length. I feel pretty good right now, eating some Greek yogurt and chilling.

I hope to see some more posts on here to know my Iron Brothers are keeping at it, you know?
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Augustus Duckson - Sat, 01 May 2021 13:57:38 EST zUkhK9Os No.96719 Reply
Good 45 miler on the bike today. Definitely took some life out of me by the end but I suppose that’s kinda what I shoot for. My legs were still a bit tired from my 15 minute kettlebell circuit I ran a couple days ago. I’ll be honest I always kinda viewed kettlebells as a bit of a meme but consider myself humbled. Doing HIIT sessions even for only 15 minutes WILL fuck you up properly.
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Lillian Handerlin - Sun, 02 May 2021 19:58:47 EST u1WOwIrv No.96720 Reply
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Upper body weight session today. It wasn't the longest or most intense, but it was still good.
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Phoebe Naffingstodging - Wed, 05 May 2021 23:04:03 EST EvSKUIF9 No.96724 Reply
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>>96720

Just had a good one, methinks. I miss you guys. I just ate a lot of protein and I'm feelin' great! Might go crank one out and then get ready for bed!
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Hugh Sinningfoot - Wed, 12 May 2021 19:48:47 EST EvSKUIF9 No.96727 Reply
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I'm late bumping for my exercise last night. I'm out not town right now and don't have my weights with me so I did some body weight exercises like push ups and these arm dip things that hit the deltoids. It actually did a good job of getting me a little, teensy bit sore, just barely.

I hope to see some more bumps in here. This place has been feeling a bit lonely the last few months.
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Shitting Beddlelan - Sat, 15 May 2021 19:12:20 EST u1WOwIrv No.96728 Reply
2.4 miles at 7.5 mins per mile. Next run will be a little over 3 miles.
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Oliver Dupperhall - Mon, 24 May 2021 20:41:04 EST u1WOwIrv No.96732 Reply
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Running again, 3.2ish miles in 22 minutes. Yesterday I did traps/shoulders/delts
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Molly Bunworth - Thu, 27 May 2021 19:56:47 EST 82oZ0oxI No.96733 Reply
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>>96732
I just finished running a little over 3 miles, same exact distance as last time actually, but I did it in 23-24 minutes. It was about 10 degrees Fahrenheit warmer, which is what I'm using as my excuse for a slower run time. Also, late bump for upper body strength training session after work yesterday Where are my iron broethers? I am so alone in here

>pic is Swiss Alps. I would love to go running there, or just visit even.
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Molly Buzzlock - Sat, 29 May 2021 14:37:30 EST zUkhK9Os No.96734 Reply
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Solid 50 miler on the bike today. Felt way better than the last 45 miler which kinda fucked me up. On the way to working up to a solid 100 ride.

pic from Moab last weekend. If you live in American you gotta get your ass out there in the spring or fall.
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Shit Ginderville - Sun, 30 May 2021 11:50:15 EST r3D4qlCb No.96735 Reply
Upper body weight session, trap and delt specific. Ready for the sore to begin.
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Emma Hellytidge - Sat, 05 Jun 2021 14:38:41 EST u1WOwIrv No.96739 Reply
Run 3.5 miles on the mountain bike trails. Glow feel
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Shit Pendertene - Sat, 05 Jun 2021 15:06:18 EST zUkhK9Os No.96740 Reply
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Another 50 on the bike today. For some reason this season I'm having a little trouble balancing my biking/hiking and lifting goals. I got a hankerin to squat and deadlift heavy on Tuesday and my legs were still pretty fatigued 4 days later making this ride a tad more difficult than it could have been. It also definitely doesn't help that ive been cutting for the last few months going from 190 down to 170. I'm hopeful things will balance out once I settle back into maintenance.
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James Cummerfield - Sun, 06 Jun 2021 15:02:35 EST u1WOwIrv No.96741 Reply
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Weight session on the upper body. It was pretty good. My right shoulder, which I injured lifting about a year ago, no longer has any pain whatsoever. I eased up on my lifting in frequency and intensity, and it seems to have worked out.
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Hamilton Fushwill - Sat, 12 Jun 2021 13:02:45 EST zUkhK9Os No.96742 Reply
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Nice 9ish mile hike/trail run to start out the day. Kind of funny, I think the last time I ran even just 1 mile without stopping was maybe 11 years ago. But I've been really hitting the conditioning pretty hard the last year or so and I thought this morning would be a good time to try out a legit trail run. Took me a while to get locked into gear but after a few miles I was feeling pretty solid. My legs however, feel something like jello right about now.
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Isabella Sazzlefeck - Thu, 17 Jun 2021 01:07:13 EST dn53aMs5 No.96744 Reply
Walked a few miles around the neighborhood to break in some hiking boots.
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Jack Fuckingwell - Sun, 20 Jun 2021 20:11:59 EST u1WOwIrv No.96747 Reply
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I ran 3.5 miles in 28 minutes today in partial rain. I could have went farther but I didn't want to risk not being able to go the same distance next time. I always run at least the same distance as my last go, but usually try to go just a little further.
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Martha Grandstock - Tue, 22 Jun 2021 19:06:48 EST u1WOwIrv No.96748 Reply
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>>96747

Just lifted weights for legs and did a few aerobic-esque exercises for warm up and cool down. I feel like tomorrow will be a little rough, but bump
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Sophie Crucklefield - Fri, 25 Jun 2021 22:07:07 EST djCXCh0X No.96756 Reply
Hit biceps tonight. Back in the gym for the first time in 2 months. Ive made some fitness goals that I want to achieve and that I know is doable. Im currently on a cut that I started last week and I've lost 5lbs already. Back then I could never stick to diet and training because I didn't set realistic goals. But, things are different this time and im motivated and determined to build my physique the best its ever been. I use to train back in the day and I even powerlifted back then too. Now, I don't know if ill ever powerlift again. But, if I do it'll be after I achieve these set goals I have in mind.

I'm exhausted physically. But, mentally I feel great! Yes I am feeling that "glow" for the first time in quite a while.
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Cyril Pockson - Sat, 26 Jun 2021 12:30:08 EST u1WOwIrv No.96759 Reply
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Bumping a day late for a back, triceps and deltoids focused lifting session. Started with forward and reversed arm circles and 100 jumping jacks for a warm up, then dumbbell curl-to-overhead press, dumbbell butterflies, barbell rows, skull-crushers, meadow rows and finally two sets of tricep dips, 70-50 with a ten second, half-rep hold at the end of each.

Post-workout meal was a pack of ramen with broccoli and carrots, two eggs, a 4oz section of sockeye salmon, topped with 2-3 servings of alfalfa sprouts.

I'm already feeling pretty sore, so I know I got a good workout. I've been making noticeable progress on my latissimus dorsi lately, which has arguably been one of my weaker areas. I also want to work on my biceps more, but I'm not sure what a better variety of lifts would be. My two biggest bicep exercises are bench-press and barbell curls. I should probably start throwing dumbbell curls in there, which I think should help out.

BUMP
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Betsy Crinninglock - Mon, 28 Jun 2021 20:25:51 EST u1WOwIrv No.96765 Reply
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Ober bodi work out bumping
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Matilda Bugglecocke - Mon, 28 Jun 2021 20:32:48 EST zUkhK9Os No.96766 Reply
On my final week of smolov jr bench program. Today’s session went pretty well. Seems like I’m right on track. Kinda a shame it’s coming to an end, I feel like my body is finally getting to where it needs to be for this level of volume.
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Sophie Blicklelock - Sun, 04 Jul 2021 07:06:54 EST u1WOwIrv No.96772 Reply
I did some upper body yesterday afternoon, right after getting my second vaccine dose, and I feel really sore today. The arm I got jabbed in kept waking me up last night from the pain, and now I can barely lift it over my head from how much it hurts.
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Hamilton Shittingworth - Mon, 05 Jul 2021 20:44:03 EST u1WOwIrv No.96773 Reply
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Legs today. Barbell squats with calf raises, dumbbell lunges and hip thrusts with the bar. Not sure how sore I will be tomorrow, but hopefully enough.
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George Smalldock - Tue, 06 Jul 2021 17:50:48 EST zUkhK9Os No.96775 Reply
Broke out the old trap bar and started doing sets of 20 until I lost count because fuck it.
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Doris Puzzlechet - Sat, 10 Jul 2021 08:41:03 EST u1WOwIrv No.96777 Reply
I ran 4.8 miles, my longest distance yet. It was pretty good.
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James Sibbleherk - Sun, 11 Jul 2021 11:31:11 EST u1WOwIrv No.96780 Reply
BarBench barcurl baroverheadpress dumbbellcurltooverheadpress mostly
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Reuben Crinkinpudge - Thu, 15 Jul 2021 18:07:52 EST u1WOwIrv No.96786 Reply
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>>95572
tricep lifts
dumbbell curl to overhead
barbell row
skull crusher
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William Boffingtut - Wed, 21 Jul 2021 17:29:27 EST zUkhK9Os No.96793 Reply
Finally was able to convince myself to do a proper conditioning sesh with kettlebell swings and jump rope HIIT style. I usually spend my rest day from lifting not doing shit but for some reason I felt like getting a sweat on today
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John Shakeham - Thu, 19 Aug 2021 10:12:59 EST JPGtm2lo No.96806 Reply
Actually doing a bump for the day before yesterday, and also all of the days that I missed when this place was down. I have done many exercise sessions since then. I am permaglow. I am full bump no stop
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Phineas Grandway - Fri, 20 Aug 2021 02:33:33 EST IuJ7/kBj No.96807 Reply
I made a decision to swim a mile every day. Today I finished mile six. I plan to keep doing this until I stop progressing. So far every day is a little different, fewer breaks, harder strokes, faster times. I suppose when I get to the point where I can freestyle the whole mile, I'll start doing land-based exercises and cut back on swimming every day.
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Shitting Clebberfack - Sat, 21 Aug 2021 13:12:52 EST u1WOwIrv No.96809 Reply
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I lifted weights a few hours ago, a little late bumping here. Upper body focused primarily around the bench-press and barbell curl. Finished off with a set of 50 push ups with a 10-second, half-rep hold on the end.

I've been going a little easier the several months, maybe about 60% of what I did before in intensity and frequency. I'm still adding muscle, but not overdoing it to the point I'm hurting myself. Added rest days seem to have really helped a lot.
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Shitting Sullerstig - Mon, 23 Aug 2021 20:55:21 EST u1WOwIrv No.96812 Reply
5 mile run. Was ready to quit by mile 2, and it was really hot, 100F+ with heat index and 90%-something humidity.
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Charlotte Sillerpudge - Sat, 28 Aug 2021 01:16:51 EST IuJ7/kBj No.96813 Reply
I started seeing someone so now I don't get up in the morning to go swimming. I'm still losing weight though because we fuck every day and I'm using new muscles I don't usually use when swimming.
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Cedric Porryhall - Thu, 02 Sep 2021 14:30:32 EST NBJ/FElz No.96814 Reply
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Just broke 3pl8 with a pin squat good to know I can just stand up with that much and not get crushed.
Gonna probably start doing maximal effort/weight pin squat sets before low bar squat to increase my general bone density and stimulate more tendon growth.
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Cyril Sogglefield - Wed, 08 Sep 2021 12:45:05 EST Zk6JOvZ8 No.96821 Reply
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I've been not bumping much lately, but still hworking out like normal.

I did my longest run yet on Saturday at 6.4 miles, 1.4 miles longer than usual. It wasn't bad, but my heels and legs were pretty rough the next day, especially my left heel, which has been acting up a little ever since I started running five miles. I guess that means I need to fix my running posture.

I had two rest days after that and then yesterday was a core day. I did four sets Iof weighted sit-ups, two sets each of two kinds of plank and finished with three sets of hip thrusts with 50lbs on the bar. I would have done more, but I was feeling really tired and operating under time constraints.

Tonight, after work, I'm supposed to have an upper body session focused on my biceps, triceps and pectorals. I can already tell I'm going to be really tired, but I need to have a heavy session. Wish me luck, and I hope you have all been doing well!
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Walter Crosslewet - Wed, 08 Sep 2021 21:27:29 EST u1WOwIrv No.96823 Reply
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Had an upper body exercise with bench press, barbell curls, a few other, less intensive exercises. Overall I give it an 8/10 and expect to be mildly sore tomorrow.
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Jarvis Blinnerbury - Wed, 08 Sep 2021 22:08:46 EST cCQfq+xV No.96824 Reply
>>96821
i just got a workout by searching for this girl and having a great fap session
holy fuck scene girls are great, thanks for the material
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Isabella Crattingsture - Thu, 09 Sep 2021 20:18:32 EST u1WOwIrv No.96825 Reply
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>>96824

Sick, dude. Yeah, she's clealy fine af. Cheers, yw.

Bump leg day barbell squat, dumbbell lunges, others.
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William Wallertare - Fri, 17 Sep 2021 22:11:08 EST u1WOwIrv No.96832 Reply
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Got some cardio today! I ran 6.4 miles earlier in 53 minutes. I didn't actually mean to run so far but was feeling up to it and just went for it.

I'm bumping for myself and those who may not be able to!
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Henry Grandville - Sat, 25 Sep 2021 22:24:32 EST LqdXckzs No.96837 Reply
>>95572
Bahppin fuh yesterday mungs. Hupper body back
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Frederick Denkinwud - Mon, 04 Oct 2021 18:48:24 EST 82oZ0oxI No.96840 Reply
>>95572

Ran 4.8 miles just earlier in 35 mins. It was raining a bit the whole time, too, which I really enjoy so long as it isn't absolutely pouring.
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Sidney Henningchot - Sat, 09 Oct 2021 10:24:24 EST u1WOwIrv No.96843 Reply
>>95572
Several warm up exercises, then barbell squats, dumbbell lunges, barbell hip thrusts
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William Duvingwell - Sat, 16 Oct 2021 18:12:36 EST u1WOwIrv No.96844 Reply
>>95572

I was going to run my normal 5-6 miles earlier but for some reason I just felt super worn out and got a really bad stitch in the left side of my abdomen and stopped after one and a half miles.
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John Tillingspear - Tue, 19 Oct 2021 20:09:05 EST u1WOwIrv No.96845 Reply
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Ran a quarter marathon earlier. Feeling pretty gnar gnar already, but have a solid glow. BUMP
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Priscilla Crurrylit - Sat, 30 Oct 2021 12:29:52 EST u1WOwIrv No.96849 Reply
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Leg day with weights. Mostly squats, lunges and dead lifts, but I also did several other, less intense exercises.
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Sidney Piddlelock - Sat, 27 Nov 2021 22:29:28 EST u1WOwIrv No.96867 Reply
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I worked out earlier.

Does anybody else still come here? Nobody bwg anymore so it's lonely and I feel stupid posting when I'm the only person doing it
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Sidney Piddlelock - Sun, 28 Nov 2021 14:28:18 EST u1WOwIrv No.96868 Reply
>>96867

I just got back from running a few miles on my local mountain bike trails. I decided to look up why I cough so much after running in colder weather and realize I experience every single symptom listed for exercise induced asthma. Shortly after I begin running I start experiencing tightness in my chest, difficulty breathing/wheezing, excess phlegm, and coughing. The symptoms persist for a good while after I finish running, usually taking over an hour for my breathing to return to normal. There's usually about a two in three chance of it happening if I run in cold weather, but I can't think of any alternative to running outdoors that I would ever accept.

Does anybody else have issues with asthma-like symptoms or running in cold weather? If so, any tips? Thanks in advance
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Walter Nickleridge - Sun, 05 Dec 2021 14:57:49 EST r1mrr5Df No.96870 Reply
>>96868
Make sure you breathe through the nose
User is currently banned from all boards
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Ian Pembledock - Sun, 05 Dec 2021 20:03:01 EST N1U99+dr No.96871 Reply
>>96870

I don't think that's possible. My nose can get stopped up with snot, and even if not, I have trouble bringing in enough air through it. I've read that using the mouth is perfectly acceptable, even preferred in a health sense. Is that wrong? I usually just cut my run short when I'm having a hard time. I might go to the doctor about it.

Bumping for earlier upper body with weights bells and bars overhead press, curls, rows, etc.
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Archie Shakedale - Sat, 02 Apr 2022 21:49:42 EST Bgdo6PcM No.96930 Reply
>>96926

Aw ye been lifting an running like a mug. I am RIPPED as fuck
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Walter Hennerbut - Fri, 08 Apr 2022 23:40:20 EST u1WOwIrv No.96932 Reply
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Worked on my upper body today after a two day rest:

Lateral deltoid dumbbell lifts (I don't know their name) 15(-1 per set) x4
Dumbbell curl to overhead press 10(-1) x4
Lateral plank @125 seconds per side
Bench press 11(-1) x5
Barbell curl 12(-1) x5
Chest flye three sets @25, 20, 15

Keep up the good work, my iron broethrs and life will give you rewards, friends
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Wesley Tootfoot - Sat, 14 May 2022 17:19:09 EST u1WOwIrv No.96950 Reply
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