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#25002 - mikimowse (01/28/2015) [-]
Tips for someone a girl) who wants to get into deadlifting?
#25050 to #25002 - angryninja (01/28/2015) [-]
>>#25028, Start wit atleast 1016 lbs (461 kg) Europes Strongest Man Benedikt Magnusson 461kg WORLD RECORD deadlift.
User avatar #25028 to #25002 - ohhh (01/28/2015) [-]
Start with a thousand pounds and lift with your back, Also use lotion while lifting.
#25011 to #25002 - baglesbites (01/28/2015) [-]
Don't listen to lulz. Keeping a neutral (straight) spine is much safer. This video is a great reference for form. Also, what kind of equipment do you have access to? Home gym, commercial gym, athletic center ect. How To Deadlift With Perfect Form
#25014 to #25011 - mikimowse (01/28/2015) [-]
Goodlife?
#25016 to #25014 - baglesbites (01/28/2015) [-]
If they have bumper plates (rubber plates that are the size of the larger ones but are lighter) You can load the bar with them and do a set of 5 reps. If not, get aerobic steps and make a platform for the bar around 8 inches high to mimic the height of a 45lb plate. From here you should add 5 pounds to the bar and do a set of 5 until you feel like your form might start to break down. Take 80% of that number and remember it for your next workout.
The next time you deadlift, warm up with an empty bar for 2 sets of 5 reps and then another set of 3-5 around half way between the bar and your number from last week. Now you hit that 80% for a set of 5 and thats it for deadlifting. Add 5lbs to that set your next workout and repeat until you stall for a couple of weeks in a row. It may seem easy at first but it gets hard after a few workouts.
#25017 to #25016 - mikimowse (01/28/2015) [-]
Thank you! I will do just that, since I go to the gym tomorrow.
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#25003 to #25002 - lulzformalaysiaair has deleted their comment [-]
#25004 to #25003 - mikimowse (01/28/2015) [-]
thanks!
User avatar #25006 to #25004 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/28/2015) [-]
Sure! i was joking, never do that
#25019 to #25006 - anonymous (01/28/2015) [-]
studbeefpile
teoberry
marinepenguin
User avatar #25027 to #25019 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/28/2015) [-]
ohhh no! i've been caught joking!
#25033 to #25027 - anonymous (01/28/2015) [-]
yeah, but what if OP just saw your comment, and never bothered to reply, so they went to the gym, and fucked up their back? This is what stud and teo were talking about.
#25035 to #25034 - anonymous (01/28/2015) [-]
this is disgusting. the fact that you can't see the problem with what you posted and the many ways it could've gone wrong is horrible. this isn't a board to joke around on. stop being autistic and get back to posting the good stuff you normally do.
User avatar #25037 to #25035 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/28/2015) [-]
>get back to posting the good stuff you normally do.
you got me interested anon, like what?
#25047 to #25037 - anonymous (01/28/2015) [-]
anything really. macros, prs, whatever. just not this 'joke' shit that makes you look like an idiot
User avatar #25061 to #25047 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/29/2015) [-]
:^ (
#25008 to #25006 - mikimowse (01/28/2015) [-]
oh.... well... I feel like a dumbass now.
User avatar #25010 to #25008 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/28/2015) [-]
I was gonna go along with it but I felt bad once I started thinking you would have broken your back.
#25012 to #25010 - mikimowse (01/28/2015) [-]
It's okay I'm sure everyone here needs to learn to take a joke
User avatar #25000 - dancininseptember ONLINE (01/28/2015) [-]
are there any girls on this board that want to share nudes
add me on snapchat
horny4pussyxox
#25013 to #25000 - baglesbites (01/28/2015) [-]
How many dick pics did you end up getting?
User avatar #25015 to #25013 - dancininseptember ONLINE (01/28/2015) [-]
no idea, that's not my real snapchat
#25018 to #25015 - baglesbites (01/28/2015) [-]
Oh wow I can't believe someone on the internet would say something like that as a joke. You made a fool out of me, yes you did.
User avatar #24999 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/28/2015) [-]
How do you repress the urge to eat bad food? I'm talkin from pizza pops to candy. I've had this resurgence in my sweet tooth and I've noticed I've been eating worse lately.

I've caught myself day dreaming about Dominoes chocolate lava cakes multiple times as well as not resisting the urge to buy cookies from Subway.
#25029 to #24999 - anonymous (01/28/2015) [-]
it doesn't matter where the calories come from so long as you don't start eating like a lardass
#25031 to #25029 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/28/2015) [-]
TOP FUCKING KEK 1/10
#25026 to #24999 - anonymous (01/28/2015) [-]
If it tastes good, spit it out!
#25007 to #24999 - anonymous (01/28/2015) [-]
everything in moderation. don't quit cold turkey and if you do have something unhealthy make sure you make up for it in the gym, your regular workout plus something else to burn off the sweet calories you ate.
User avatar #24998 - donnybergerstory (01/28/2015) [-]
Anyone else here who is fat get a pump and just look even more fat. Usually when I workout chest my chest just inflates like a balloon,obviously it's a pump, but it just makes me look even more fat. Idk, it really isn't anything to be concerned about, I just hate going to the gym and looking bigger, even after intense cardio and shit.
#25001 to #24998 - anonymous (01/28/2015) [-]
Oh my god yes! Look at me do all this work, now I look fatter, good thing I do this a lot or people would think I was losing weight.
#24995 - jvcjvc (01/27/2015) [-]
So, basically i think might have femoral anterior glide syndrome.

my left hip has anterior pain when i ascent from squats and get to about 1/2 squat position and upwards. I had to cut my squats at 5x2 at 85kg a week ago instead of 5x5 because i felt it was out of hand and it was better to stop than getting injuried.

Basically my hamstring is doing more work than my glute, so today i am starting some glute activating training stretches,

Is there any better ideas?

I want to try box-squatting while i lay the normal squats off a bit, since i have heard boxsquats engages the posterior chain a bit more, (maybe the glutes more than hams, although they are both a part of it).

Has anyone had the same problem, or should i do anything else???

i fucking need to get through this, i have struggled with this bullshit for about 3-4 weeks, and cant seem to get anywhere. it is just so frustrating not being able to squat

#24974 - anonymous (01/27/2015) [-]
Hey guys, I was hanging at a friends house and his dad starts asking me about how I'm doing at the gym. Amidst the idle chit chat he said that biceps can only grow to around the size of your fist, is this true or is he just fucking with me?
User avatar #24975 to #24974 - marinepenguin (01/27/2015) [-]
Fucking with you. My biceps are already bigger then that and they're only around 17.5 inches. You can get 20 inch arms natty pretty easily.
#25051 to #24975 - angryninja (01/28/2015) [-]
And here am I with my 14s
#24980 to #24975 - studbeefpile (01/27/2015) [-]
uhhhhh, you can definitely get biceps bigger than your fist, but getting 20s natty is not easy at all. I don't know where the fuck you got that idea, but getting 20s is almost impossible natty, unless you're super fat, or have crazy genetics.

>This is Chris Jones. He's been naturally bodybuilding for years, and he's got 18s.

You having 17.5s is ridiculous. Like, I wouldn't even believe you saying that other than the fact that you're just really tall and going to be generally bigger anyway. You're a huge (lol) exception.

Take me for example, I'm one of the stronger guys on this board, my triceps are decent sized and strong as fuck, I have half-way decent biceps from all the pulling movements I do, I'm not even that lean, and I have 15s, which is to be expected from someone benching 265, and deadlifting 455 (just as a measurement of my general progress in training).

I know this a mouthful, but telling people getting 20s is easy is super ridiculous, and sets up crazy false expectations.
User avatar #24987 to #24980 - marinepenguin (01/27/2015) [-]
I also think it's weird how I'm one of the bigger dudes mass-wise, yet my numbers are just kinda meh.
User avatar #24989 to #24987 - studbeefpile (01/27/2015) [-]
It's most likely the height. Your ROM is bigger. So basically you're generally not going to be able to move as much weight for the amount of muscle you have, comparative to someone with the same amount of mass, but is a manlet.

I'm telling you though, you could have a sickening deadlift....
User avatar #24992 to #24989 - marinepenguin (01/27/2015) [-]
Yeah, my legs are incredibly long. But that still shouldn't stop me from getting decent numbers in my lifts.

I'll start focusing on my deadlift eventually. I'm just trying to get squat up at the moment.
User avatar #24984 to #24980 - marinepenguin (01/27/2015) [-]
I wasn't saying easily as in "anyone can get 20 inch arms in a year" or something like that. Poor wording on my part.

I meant that getting 20 inch arms is relatively feasible as a natural. It's difficult, but feasible.
User avatar #24986 to #24984 - studbeefpile (01/27/2015) [-]
Honestly it's barely even feasible. It would most likely take 8+ years at least for most people.

I catch your drift though.
User avatar #24991 to #24986 - marinepenguin (01/27/2015) [-]
Yeah, 20 is probably a bad number to say, since it's more then likely the peak of muscle developement for 99% of individuals. The whole point is that you can get bigger arms then just the size of your fist.
#24978 to #24975 - anonymous (01/27/2015) [-]
Thank you bro. The dude also wanted to be my gym partner but he's kind of a bitch.
#24973 - dehumanizer (01/27/2015) [-]
So today's the first time I deadlifted with a belt.

Holy shit its the first time I didnt feel like my spine would ascend into orbit. Do you guys use belts?
User avatar #24981 to #24973 - studbeefpile (01/27/2015) [-]
If your spine hurts when you don't use a belt, chances are your form is shit, and you should fix that before becoming reliant on a belt.

The purpose of the belt isn't to protect your spine, (although it can to a small degree) the purpose of the belt is to brace your core and help keep you tight.
User avatar #24982 to #24981 - studbeefpile (01/27/2015) [-]
But yes, I do use a belt for any work set higher than 315.
User avatar #24979 to #24973 - Draigor (01/27/2015) [-]
Yea. I've found that my belt positioning on the dl is al little different than when I'm squatting.
User avatar #24977 to #24973 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/27/2015) [-]
I never understood how that works, I am however having a problem with deadlifts. My back bends when I lower the weight down and I'm pretty sure that's not good. Tried sumo, it helps more but there's still some bending, can't tell if it's a natural thing or not. It happens to me with any weight above 150.
User avatar #24976 to #24973 - marinepenguin (01/27/2015) [-]
Never used a belt for deadlift. Only ever used one for squats.
User avatar #24983 to #24976 - studbeefpile (01/27/2015) [-]
Hah, that's funny. I do the opposite. I almost always wear belts for DLs, but rarely for skwats.
User avatar #24985 to #24983 - marinepenguin (01/27/2015) [-]
That's weird. I've just never felt an issue with my back on DLs. But if I wear a belt on squats there's a massive difference for me.
User avatar #24988 to #24985 - studbeefpile (01/27/2015) [-]
Hmmm, could be a breathing thing. You might be more concerned with your breathing on deadlift than you are on squat. Are you making sure to brace yourself the same way for both?
User avatar #24990 to #24988 - marinepenguin (01/27/2015) [-]
My breathing for both of them is essentially the same. I hold my breathe throughout the pull (or squat), and release at the top of the rep.

I still need to get those shoes though. Once you guys pointed that out with my form, I've noticed it and it's super difficult trying to stop myself.
User avatar #24993 to #24990 - studbeefpile (01/27/2015) [-]
I'm telling you man, Oly shoes make a freaking world of difference. It's not even close to the same.
User avatar #24994 to #24993 - marinepenguin (01/27/2015) [-]
Well I just put out $1500 for books and tuition for school, so at the moment I'm tight on cash.

I'll try to get them within a month and see how they work.
#24971 - tvfreakuk (01/27/2015) [-]
I'll look through the threads after I posted this to see if there is anything there about it, but do any of you have any tips on losing weight?
I'm currently on day 2 of my minimalist diet, and day 3 of my jogging (I'm going a little further each day, which is good I guess - even though I'm not actually going that far and my legs still kill me) .
Last I weighed myself, I was roughly 13 stone, but I don't have any weighing scales anymore so I haven't really got any clue as to if it'll end up working except for seeing the difference in my body in a few months or more.

The reason I'm posting is because you see a lot of stuff about different things that should help you lose weight that just kind of confuse me, like calorie controlled diets and stuff like that. My current diet (which I think is okay, but again, I'm posting here in case it is actually a stupid plan or not) isn't calorie controlled or anything - but just simple, small meals
And I'm not really interested in gains at the moment; just want to be slimmer.

Diet:
After jogging (6am, three days in a row now), I have a slice of toast with an egg - then either a small bit of lowfat milk, some orange juice, or just water
Later on, at around 9:30am, I'll have a snack of either fruit, or a yogurt (muller corner is the one I have)
Then later again, at around 4-5pm, I have given myself the option of having either:
Tuna (or mince, or chicken) with rice (and steamed carrots)
Chicken or Tomato soup
Fish Fillet (and steamed carrots)
Then at 6-7pm I'll have either: soup (if I didn't have it earlier), just steamed vegetables, or another fruit or yogurt
(and this is also with some exercising throughout the day - like jogging on the spot, as well as generally doing my day to day stuff which is a generally active day doing stuff as a film maker; not much lounging around


I don't know if it's too excessive or not - but I just sort of feel I shouldn't make excuses to myself; I need to go in this all the way rather than any bullshit "I'll slowly eat less each day" or anything like that, because I know myself enough to know I'll end up just not going through with it if I do that.
Other than any fancy schmancy diet stuff, I know at least the basic and easy idea of taking in less than you're putting out (as in; less eating, more working out) if you are wanting to lose weight.
User avatar #24972 to #24971 - tvfreakuk (01/27/2015) [-]
I'm also on a student budget with no income. So this is also just a cheap option for me too
User avatar #24964 - slenderwolf ONLINE (01/27/2015) [-]
Hey, do y'all use any protein supplements before your workouts? Everyone's heard of creatine, but do y'all use something else? Where can I get supplements for cheap? What kind of experiences have y'all had with them?
Joe Rogan, that MMA commentator, swears by his Onnit products, and while he often has his head firmly up his own ass, it looks like a solid product and he seems to know what he's talking about, here's the link.
www.onnit.com/t-plus/
Do any of y'all have any faith in this T+ stuff?
#24997 to #24964 - KungFuZerO (01/27/2015) [-]
You don't need anything besides protein, and maybe creatine. When you reach your genetic limit with those, then think about supplements.
#24969 to #24964 - klowserpok (01/27/2015) [-]
By T+, you mean testosterone boosters? No, Ive heard they aren't that great.
I use Optimum protein, its one of the most popular and trusted brands.

As for where you can get supplements cheap, amazon has some deals on it, otherwise, check your local stores.
User avatar #24945 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Bench has being stuck at 265 for a little while, so I decided to try something new. For the next little while I'm gonna be starting my workouts with OHP, and following it with benching, however I won't be incorporating any leg drive, and all reps will be paused. So today I did 3x5 @ 135 for OHP, then did a pyramid progression on bench, that looked like: 135 1x10, 145 1x8, 155 1x6, 165 1x4, 175 1x2, then I did 185 3x5. Gonna try to get up to 225 3x5 over the next little while, then I'll bring back leg drive, and see where I'm at.

Also been doing more triceps work.
User avatar #24960 to #24945 - Draigor (01/27/2015) [-]
Why no leg drive?
User avatar #24962 to #24960 - studbeefpile (01/27/2015) [-]
Firstly it's increasing my ROM since I can't have as large of a back arc without planting my feet, and it's also forcing me to develop more raw pressing power.

If I get strong without leg drive, I'll be that much stronger with leg drive.
User avatar #24937 - cptmongtard (01/26/2015) [-]
Why do you lift?
I used to be fat
It helps my everything
I want to become a Royal Marines Officer
It's fun as shit
I'm good at it
I enjoy it.
User avatar #25038 to #24937 - nanako (01/28/2015) [-]
i want to be beautiful by my own standard, and that is lean and muscular. i don't care what the rest of the world thinks, i have my own ideal of perfection and i intend to become it.
User avatar #24967 to #24937 - marinepenguin (01/27/2015) [-]
I started lifting because I was a skinny faggot who was bad at sports and terrible with women. Now I work out because it's fun, relaxing, a challenge, and I want to be as big and strong as my body will allow me to be. I've gained 60 pounds in 18 months, all my lifts have gone up by 100+ pounds. I think I'm doing alright so far.

I'd consider using steroids as I reach my genetic limit, but we'll cross that bridge when we come to it.
User avatar #24965 to #24937 - slenderwolf ONLINE (01/27/2015) [-]
I'm looking to enlist too, gotta get in shape before Uncle Sam will even think of taking me.
User avatar #24968 to #24965 - marinepenguin (01/27/2015) [-]
Bro, the military will take almost anyone. Especially if you aren't in a physical job. I've seen guys enlist who are fat, basement dwellers. And they make it just fine.

But if you're fit it's cake.
User avatar #24958 to #24937 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/27/2015) [-]
I want to be very built, like 9% body fat. Might take steroids in Uni.
User avatar #24963 to #24958 - teoberry (01/27/2015) [-]
Pros and Cons of Taking Steroids watch this. I'd say wait until you've hit your natural limit but if you every want some reach calgary and hmu kek
User avatar #24959 to #24958 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/27/2015) [-]
This is like a distant 5 year goal.
User avatar #24957 to #24937 - klowserpok (01/27/2015) [-]
Because I want to be more fit for MMA, I want to compete.
Also considering enlisting in the Army someday, so it'd help to not be a slob.
User avatar #24956 to #24937 - donnybergerstory (01/27/2015) [-]
I used to be 235, now 205. I'm still fat but the drive to be ripped and aesthetic really drives me. I put so much damn time into lifting and getting my max #'s up so why stop now? I lift to look good, feel good, and I honestly think I am addicted. When I truly get into the zone my reps increase by like 3-5 easily. It's an amazing feeling and I love when people notice hard work.
User avatar #24955 to #24937 - teoberry (01/27/2015) [-]
sportz
#24954 to #24937 - anonymous (01/27/2015) [-]
I'm fat, I don't want to be. I can't run, it gives me something as a measure of progress besides the scale.

It gives me focus, in absolute moment of mental clarity where I feel aware of myself. I know that many people tap into their emotions for strength but I genuinely feel at peace.
User avatar #24939 to #24937 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
I'm just a fat kid that likes to lift heavy things.

It's an outlet for anger, sadness, etc.

I like being big and strong, I want people to feel safe around me. Essentially, I want to be the guy that people ask to walk them to their cars late at night in sketch neighborhoods.
User avatar #24940 to #24939 - cptmongtard (01/26/2015) [-]
You. I like you.
#24941 to #24940 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Hah, thanks pal.

I've found that the biggest factor to being generally 'big' is having a large back, and a large chest, so basically lots of deadlifting and benching. (Of course legs too, but I always wear baggy jeans, so it doesn't really contribute to the look of it.
User avatar #24942 to #24941 - cptmongtard (01/26/2015) [-]
Nice, dude. I recently started trying my set max for things, I have a 10rep bench of 78kg, 98 is my 1RM, I have a 10rep deadlift of 80, maybe higher. Dunno my 1RM though
User avatar #24943 to #24942 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Right now I'm benching 265lbs (120kg) for 1RM, and deadlifting 455lbs (206kg) for 1RM.

Your bench is pretty decent, but your deadlift is lagging a bit. Did you just recently start deadlifting?
User avatar #24944 to #24943 - cptmongtard (01/26/2015) [-]
Yeah, I only started deadlifting last week, need to work on it a lot. On a low calorie, low carb, high protein diet right now as well
User avatar #24946 to #24944 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Are you trying to lose weight?
User avatar #24947 to #24946 - cptmongtard (01/26/2015) [-]
Yeah. Trying to do it while keeping my muscle mass up as well though
User avatar #24948 to #24947 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
How tall are you and how much do you weigh?
User avatar #24949 to #24948 - cptmongtard (01/26/2015) [-]
5'11, 160lbs
User avatar #24950 to #24949 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Bro, you need to be in a calorie surplus and gaining weight. Who the fuck told you to cut?
User avatar #24951 to #24950 - cptmongtard (01/26/2015) [-]
Nobody told me to, I just sort of started to. I would but I don't wanna put too much fat on
User avatar #24952 to #24951 - studbeefpile (01/27/2015) [-]
As a natural, you're going to put on a little bit of fat with any muscle mass you gain as well. I'll link a couple videos explaining this. Essentially as someone who is relatively new to this, the most important thing is building a good base of strength, you know, get a 2xbw deadlift, etc. Once you're decently developed, then it's a good time to cut/recomp, etc.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8mQOQtaD1o

www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkuK3blPVEQ
User avatar #24996 to #24952 - cptmongtard (01/27/2015) [-]
Got my DL up to 110 today for a set
User avatar #24953 to #24952 - cptmongtard (01/27/2015) [-]
Thanks for the advice, brother. I'll watch through them videos tomorrow, I'm off for now.
#24928 - Draigor (01/26/2015) [-]
Blizzard has closed my university gym today and tomorrow. I am going to go insane. fuck
User avatar #24926 - luigipimp (01/26/2015) [-]
i used to fart a lot, and they were big. and now im barely doing it at all. and im more regular with my bm's. should i be concerned? could it be emotional?
#24966 to #24926 - baglesbites (01/27/2015) [-]
While losing frequency of poop and farts is like losing a child, your body probably adjusted to all the protein and fiber you eat. Just eat more and you can go back to your old ways.
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User avatar #24924 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Why I DONT Recommend 5x5 and Most Beginner Programs

Wisdom.
User avatar #24936 to #24924 - marinepenguin (01/26/2015) [-]
One interesting thing I've seen from reading about the old school bodybuilder programs from the 50-60s is that they're all almost always doing 3-4 ets of 10-12. Very rarely do I see them going below that in their programs. Granted, they're bodybuilders and they aren't working towards a 1RM or a 5RM or whatever. But they were moving extremely impressive weights at higher rep ranges.

That being said, I've always found that the double progression method combined with 5x5, or really any rep range, is more effective for continuous gains than just going up by 5 pounds nearly every workout.
User avatar #24938 to #24936 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Different strokes for different folks.

All I know is that George has been super successful with what he's been doing, and he's helped a lot of clients get extremely strong with higher reps as well. Of course peaking is always necessary for 1RMs, but it seems like high reps are the most beneficial for building size and strength consistently for a long period of time.
#24921 - medxforme (01/26/2015) [-]
Hey guys, I need some motivation to go hit legs are today. Anybody have anything to help?
#24923 to #24922 - medxforme (01/26/2015) [-]
No, not at all. That's about all I needed to see to be motivated
User avatar #24895 - connorjay (01/26/2015) [-]
So, had a good long month off due to one injury and no real access to the gym and deciding to take it nice and slow for a couple weeks.
Gone back down to 150kg Deadlift, but making them fucking good form, and trying not to stop in between. Will try to go up 10kg a week for a while now.
Squats didn't hurt me, but only did 5*5 , 70-120-70 so we will see when I increase that. But I'm going to stick to 120 as my heaviest and just try to level out the pyramid.
Bench is suffering a bit, and I'm struggling with 70kg, which isn't normal for me, but ah well.

So, starting weight is 85kg, probably around 18% body fat.
I think my aim will be around 80kg and aim for 14%.
User avatar #24907 to #24895 - leal (01/26/2015) [-]
Great blog.
#24970 to #24907 - anonymous (01/27/2015) [-]
Fuck off faggot
#24891 - hurranonhurr (01/26/2015) [-]
so today is my birthday and I thought...hey I never really post on fj but i've been on here for over 2 years. Left pic is the when I just started browsing fj, right pic is from a week ago...yeah I know, really pixelated picture.

did i do gud /fit
User avatar #24919 to #24891 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/26/2015) [-]
But honestly that's a well defined 4 pack, nice.
User avatar #24901 to #24891 - marinepenguin (01/26/2015) [-]
That's a pretty good transformation in two years. Nice one.
User avatar #24898 to #24891 - lulzformalaysiaair ONLINE (01/26/2015) [-]
no because your a gook
#24892 to #24891 - dehumanizer (01/26/2015) [-]
nomatter how much you lift, you will never be white :^)
User avatar #24893 to #24892 - hurranonhurr (01/26/2015) [-]
But...I enjoy being a snowflake, a naturally tan snowflake
#24894 to #24893 - dehumanizer (01/26/2015) [-]
>you
>snowflake

User avatar #24889 - loomiss ONLINE (01/26/2015) [-]
Been lifting for 4 months and I was increasing on a regular basis
But I cant seem to bench more that 4x6 115lbs
Yeah I know its pathetic.
Why the sudden stop at gaining, been stuck for a month.
User avatar #24890 to #24889 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Hitting plateaus is normal. You have to change up your routine.

Instead of doing 4x6, do 3x10 for a little while.
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