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Harm Reduction Notes for the COVID-19 Pandemic

30 day challenge

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

do you guys have any suggestions to a puny program like this? or should i just continue doing this every month?
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Doris Bandlefeck - Fri, 20 Dec 2019 17:30:13 EST zUkhK9Os No.95989 Reply
It really depends on what your goals are. If you just wanna get better at pushups and not much else then keep at it. If you actually want to get stronger and maybe add some muscle, you’re gonna need to change it up.
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Edwin Nickleford - Fri, 20 Dec 2019 17:38:27 EST 65MoHg9w No.95990 Reply
>>95988
im currently just slightly overweight,,, 6 feet 7⁄16 '' and 90kilograms. i want to get massive without putting massive effort to it. so can i just do 50-100 pushups a day and be massive in a year or two?
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Doris Bandlefeck - Fri, 20 Dec 2019 18:04:12 EST zUkhK9Os No.95991 Reply
>>95990
No. Eventually your muscles will get used to the weight of your body and you will cease getting any bigger or stronger. And if you’re just doing pushups that will happen fairly quickly. I mean think about it, if everyone could get jacked just doing pushups then nobody would ever have to actually go to a gym and lift actual weights. Your body need more and more challenging stimulus to get bigger and stronger. It’s called progressive overload, look it up. When it come to something like strength and fitness, minimal effort will almost always yield minimal results.
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Clara Lightwill - Sat, 21 Dec 2019 10:38:33 EST Qm8Ct/U/ No.95992 Reply
>>95990
What Doris said is true, you will benefit from other body weight exercises, you'll need to do incline/partial pullups and dips and bodyweight squats maybe throw in some situps but if you start doing those as well in a small number of weeks you will at least burn a bit more energy and at least have a bit more confidence in your strength and determination. However to go much further you need more. You will end up a bit stronger and a lot lighter if you end up doing 100 of each every day but strength? Better than someone who doesn't work out at all. Big? Not a chance.

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

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

Plus you're only hitting one set of muscles.
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James Buzzfoot - Tue, 07 Apr 2020 22:40:44 EST doJ39MUm No.96186 Reply
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Agreed. If it's too easy, increase the weights and frequency.
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yuanherong1229 - Mon, 13 Apr 2020 05:47:57 EST SRB7Juv0 No.96196 Reply
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>>96186
New weights today. Gonna get used to it.
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Beatrice Fimblekune - Thu, 16 Apr 2020 14:12:33 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96199 Reply
>>96196

Nice. You're doing a good job. Glad to see you making some progress!
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Phineas Surrymig - Sun, 24 May 2020 23:54:28 EST Wc4dfmYk No.96249 Reply
>>96246

Is it possible to make a profession out of having a fit body? I mean, what does she do? I doubt these pictures are just for her facebook friends. Is there not some way to get people to throw money at your for having a particularly nice, well-kept body?

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