Chest day. taken from on.fb.me/12YvYMD. C) Anonymous ( Tue) 07: 06 Neil Replies: ' : Heaving great chest day at the gym of eagerness, I put cit 2 plate hr the f Chest day taken from on fb me/12YvYMD C) Anonymous ( Tue) 07: 06 Neil Replies: ' : Heaving great chest at the gym of eagerness I put cit 2 plate hr f
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C) Anonymous ( Tue) 07: 06 Neil Replies: ' :
Heaving great chest day at the gym
of eagerness, I put cit 2 plate hr the first time
blaring in my headphones as I lift off, the sang hits the climax as I drop the bar my chest
awfuck this is heavy, I strain to metre it
seconds of hard pushing and I' m starting to make gains
rel scream out " " in a burst of licious energy
as I push past my stall point
the bar an the rack as I realize eberybody in the gym is starting at me
rush hour student rec
enacts from the bros
tram the staff
sure if embarrassing er alpha
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
asd
#9 - unicornattacks
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***** that's Alfalfalpha
#70 to #9 - anon id: f22463d0
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You sir have just won all my internetz, respect
User avatar #58 to #9 - thesoulstealer
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You have made my day sir. goodnight, ive had enough internet for today
#38 to #9 - drasticdragon
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THE BEST
#50 to #9 - theafroman
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For future use.
#66 - holeinone
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I was waiting for the a part to say

>I suddenly realized I shat myself
#11 - ncsutroll
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>225
> In college
>Thinking he's alpha at all
>LOL

do you even lift?
User avatar #28 to #11 - hawaiianhappysauce
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Seriously? Not everyone can make gains with chest quickly. I've gone for about 1.5 years, started with basically no muscle, but made huge gains in everything but chest. I don't usually see people do 2 plates, usually it's somewhere between 135 and 205...
#73 to #28 - anon id: adf17e10
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Just a tip for big chest. Benchpress is something that usually won´t give you a large chest unless you know how to squeeze and contract the muscle properly, and you´ll be working more tricep if you´re not doing this. So Dumbbell presses, dumbbell flyes and cable crosses will be much more efficient. I had the exact same problem with no chest at all because I did Benchpress all the time. But after I switched I made some serious gainzz.
#79 to #11 - anon id: 75191296
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People like you are the reason people like me don't go to the gym. Not everyone is built with "massive gainz". You need to start somewhere and having a judgemental splooge waffle such as yourself around doesnt help.
#142 to #79 - ncsutroll
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go to the gym, improve, I'm well aware that everybody has to start something and honestly I help people that are starting out on a regular basis, my comment was going out to the kid that thought he was hot **** for doing 225 and implying that was better than average
User avatar #116 to #11 - paronix
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You just sound like huge dick.
#143 to #116 - ncsutroll
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that's fine, I regularly help out new people in the gym and give advice but OP was implying that 225 was the reason everybody stopped and looked at him when in reality everybody stopped and looked at him because he's a ******** that was yelling and screaming while struggling to throw it up once. so yeah.
User avatar #63 to #11 - digidawg
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Record you lifting more than that then post it. Too bad you'll still seem like a vicious cunt.
#114 to #11 - rainbowroyale
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********* like you are the reason I hate going to the gym. all you do is judge other people's weight and if they're weaker you just poke fun at them. Well **** you. Everyone starts somewhere, and you should be less worried about their weight and more encouraging toward them. When I go to the gym and see someone weaker than me, I like to think "at least they are here, trying to better themselves rather than living the american stereotype and being fat and lazy".
Instead you have to roid-rage and act like you're some kind of He-Man because you can push a couple pounds upward.
#141 to #114 - ncsutroll
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damn I must have hit home with that one LOL
User avatar #53 to #11 - stijnverheye
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As European dude i see 102 kilograms , and thats pretty ******* much
User avatar #104 to #53 - meloftw
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Yeah, I can lift only like 90+ kilograms...so yeah (i know i'm weak)
User avatar #113 to #104 - stijnverheye
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but how .... i hope you said that sarcastic because thats pretty much , I can do 3x12 50kg and i already go 8 months to the gym
User avatar #126 to #113 - meloftw
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i have been going to the gym about the same time. my maximum is about 90+, but i am doing 3x15 65 kilos.
User avatar #128 to #126 - stijnverheye
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incline decline ? Smith or free ? please tell me and do you eat specific things or use shake ? (or creatine )
User avatar #130 to #128 - meloftw
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i don't do any of this incline/decline stuff, only free press. i try to eat dairy and meat products, no shakes, i've been thinking about taking proteine or creatine but only after summer. what was your starting weight when you started pressing the first time?
User avatar #131 to #130 - stijnverheye
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i think 20 kg + bar and now i can 40kg + bar
#119 to #113 - catzor
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Try Steroids. <.<
One in my class went from 120kg to 145 kg in 3 months. ******* roid...
User avatar #129 to #119 - stijnverheye
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no , i wanna do natural . Roids is no fun and not healthy
User avatar #14 to #11 - HarvietheDinkle
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That's actually pretty good. Consider what the average person can bench.
#16 to #14 - anon id: 12c29fe7
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i remember when i maxed out 225... when i was 15
User avatar #91 to #16 - HarvietheDinkle
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but you`re only 12...
#22 to #16 - ncsutroll
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hit the nail on the head..
User avatar #81 to #22 - azroth
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Do you have a good time agreeing with yourself
#15 to #14 - ncsutroll
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Not really. That's average at best for anybody who lifts regularly
User avatar #17 to #15 - adrilazzaro
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we're not all ******* 6 ft you judgmental prick
User avatar #33 to #17 - anonymouzx
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i know someone who is 5'6 and can bench 245.
User avatar #46 to #33 - cresel
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cool story bro
User avatar #132 to #46 - anonymouzx
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k
#21 to #17 - ncsutroll
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you do realize that shorter people can typically bench more weight because of their shorter arms right?
User avatar #34 to #21 - adrilazzaro
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the smaller size makes our muscles smaller too, yes some people who are very dedicated to their lifting can do very well but in average a taller person is going to have bigger muscles than a small person
#72 to #34 - anon id: adf17e10
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Uhmm.. Very wrong. Say you have a 5.7 guy and a 6.2 guy. If they both worked out for 1 year, the 5.7 guy would appear to have lifted longer than the 6.2 guy. Have you every watched Mr. Olympia? Most of the contestants are short because a 6.2 guy would have to put on much more mass in order to look big.
#95 to #34 - sidathe
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Correct, but you still look like a phuking tryhard
Correct, but you still look like a phuking tryhard
#25 to #21 - bighairybacon
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Shorter people are smaller, therefore weaker. I have been lifting seriously for the past year, more than doubled my bench. My tall friends who don't lift can still crush my PRs.
#122 to #25 - anon id: a369bfd1
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I'm 5'7. Bench Press 315x10. Squat 405x10. Size don't matter. Hard work and good genetics go a loooooooong way.
#96 to #25 - sidathe
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Wrong. Shorter people are much stronger than tall people. Our weight/strength ratio is MUCH bigger. Thats why the military prefer shorter people than taller people. They are basically worthless in tough situations. No point for tall people to waste their lives, if u nom sayin?
User avatar #90 to #15 - HarvietheDinkle
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not at all. try to define ``lift regurlarly`` and you`ll find that there are not only all sorts of body types, but also all sorts of max strengths and stages - beginner, etc.
#12 - kingarturi
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#62 to #12 - captaindropkik
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I find the handstand much much more impressive than the press
User avatar #68 to #62 - fezzo
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If you look closely in the mirror behind them I believe you can see him holding a ceiling beam with his feet. So he's not really doing a hand stand.
User avatar #107 to #68 - bigmanfifty
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ah hell, being able to swing your legs up and catch a ceiling beam while balancing on a thin metal pole is better than I can do.
#133 to #68 - captaindropkik
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I'm glad you told me that, I won't feel like an idiot the next time I think that
#39 to #12 - mattass
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yes i ******* lift
yes i ******* lift
User avatar #13 - demandsgayversion
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Isn't it weird how we find certain things more respectable than others? "I CAN MOVE THIS BIG THING!" no it's okay we have a fork lift "FUUUUUCK YOUUUUU" this really isn't necessary jim
#18 to #13 - anon id: a22b30db
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we value things like athletic ability because we have instincts in our brains from back when skills like "moving heavy things", running fast, and good aim were necessary for survival. women have instinctual desire to mate with men like this because back in caveman days those were the men who would ensure not only their personal survival but would procreate healthy and capable offspring who would, in turn, survive. so no, its not that weird.
User avatar #24 to #18 - demandsgayversion
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We got boners from all that because it was necessary for our survival. Why haven't we adapted yet to things that are more important to our lives now?
#82 to #24 - czsteffen
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#26 to #24 - anon id: a22b30db
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because evolution takes millions of years, our brains are wired for the way life was lived since before apes could stand on two legs. the human lifestyle has only existed for a couple thousand years, it takes longer than that to completely reprogram instinctual tendencies.
User avatar #27 to #26 - demandsgayversion
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Physical evolution takes millions of years, but cultural revolution takes only a little while. We've gained the rights for black people - pretty much all basic human rights, lady rights, and now gay marriage in only a lifetime or two, so when are we gonna reevaluate our priorities?
User avatar #45 to #27 - articulate
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So rather than working out we should just be attracted to fat people? I like it how it is.
User avatar #56 to #45 - demandsgayversion
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No, but we need to cut back on the macho caveman acting. That ****** annoying. Really all forms of ignorance that stems from the caveman's *reason for distrusting people who are different* At least the cavemen embraced new ideas, we're still holding on to some really old ones.
User avatar #65 to #56 - Foxchase
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I don't see what's bad about having athletic bodies as an ideal. It's better to have athletic ideals than the anorectic models you see everywhere (because there are different kinds of athletic bodies, don't have to be ripped to be athletic.)
I see what you mean about the "macho acting", though. The "brahs" and all that ****, but those people make the others who just want to work out to feel better about themselves look bad. It's a real pain in the ass to be at the gym when they are around, chugging their protein shakes, blasting music and moaning out when lifting something, just to prove to everyone "me so stronk". They also hog all the equipment, and they give you judging stares if you can't lift as much as them.
User avatar #134 to #65 - demandsgayversion
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yes
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#49 - dehymenator
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for 225 yelling like that is embarrassing. 275 min for hard grunts. 315 for curses. 405+ for the summoning chant of the dark lord dagoth.
#51 to #49 - anon id: 101009a0
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Thumb just for the Dagoth part, made me chuckle.
#59 to #49 - itsbendingtime
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The average man can't bench 1 plate, stop trying to sound so hardcore.
#69 to #59 - ruckanucka
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Whatchu talkin' 'bout Willis? At my gym the heaviest plates are 45lbs, But i'm Canadian, eh? So I dunno, but what man can't bench 90lbs plus bar?
User avatar #75 to #69 - TheHutchie
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I frequently lift heavy bags at work, but in the UK we measure in kilos and not pounds so I'm totally lost.
User avatar #76 to #75 - TheHutchie
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I found the weight converter on my phone. The bags I lift range from 33 to 66 pounds and I can lift two at once if the bastards are nice enough to include handles, so yeah I'm alright.
#80 to #69 - itsbendingtime
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We use 20kg plates in the UK (45lbs), and a standard olympic bar is also 20kg.
A 1 plate bench is therefore 60kg, and the average man can press something like 45kg.
I agree thats weak as **** and dragged down by the huge amount of people who never go to the gym, but it's still the average.
Looking around my gym I'd say the average bench press for a regular gym goer is 1.5-2 plate.
User avatar #74 to #69 - nooc
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For people with little to no gym experience that don't really do any manual labour, this is hard. But it is easily achievable within like 1-2 months if you frequent the gym enough.
#87 - newforomador
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#112 to #87 - anon id: 7b19e438
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Hey!

RIOT!
#29 - anon id: 1ec44ce0
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All you gross lifters are so disgusting. Being in shape is great, but thinking you're so cool because you lift is gross as ****. You guys must know that girls don't find disgusting muscular guys hot, right. And smelly, beta gym dwellers are even worse.
#30 to #29 - anon id: 2bef01d8
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Bitch *****, 2 plates is only 225, i'm seriously only 16 and I rep that **** easy
#31 to #30 - Silver Quantum
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User avatar #41 to #30 - Hreidmar
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You're so manly just reading that made my shirt turn into leather, my moustache to increase in size by 200%, and loose women to turn up at the doorstep.
#35 to #30 - ddylann
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oh **** i better not piss you off then
#99 to #30 - deddead
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Log in and say it like a man
User avatar #40 to #30 - xedeid
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Are plates 45's?
User avatar #44 to #40 - sasorikingofrocks
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Plate = 90 pounds total a 45 on each side.
User avatar #43 to #29 - annogram
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get away from me you filthy casual
User avatar #54 to #29 - stijnverheye
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so people dont find well taken care bodies attractive ? well better get fat then
#83 to #29 - weenieandthebutt
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Fair enough if you're not into the overly huge, muscular massed up 'freaks' but being that big doesn't just happen overnight and you can stop increasing your maxes after you reach your desired size. Unlike fat people, I at least have massive respect for them since they take their body's to the limit and don't obsess over aesthetics unlike a lot of us vain guys.
Fair enough if you're not into the overly huge, muscular massed up 'freaks' but being that big doesn't just happen overnight and you can stop increasing your maxes after you reach your desired size. Unlike fat people, I at least have massive respect for them since they take their body's to the limit and don't obsess over aesthetics unlike a lot of us vain guys.
#92 to #29 - mcswoof
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User avatar #48 to #29 - elbrysobrony
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So... Lemme get this straight.

We hate fat people, and tell them to go to gyms. We hate fit people, and tell them to lay off the gyms.

???
User avatar #61 to #48 - theavatarspupil
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You gotta be magically skinny now, I guess
#78 to #48 - esmebuffay
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That means we hate everybody, makes perfect sense to me.
#20 - rudianos
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YEAHHHH
YEAHHHH
User avatar #37 to #20 - vatra
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._. I'm 135 lbs, if I tried that when the weights went back down it would yank me with it and I'd face plant the guide bar.
#100 to #20 - crazyoljew
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What a ******* beta cunt. Learn how to lift
User avatar #55 to #20 - stijnverheye
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Not a single muscle was fully done and his back got a little ********
#8 - jedijake
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angular acceleration as ****