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#13358 - coloredfolks (04/03/2014) [-]
Hey /fitness   
I am a college athlete and just joined a crossfit gym in addition to my 3 day a week football workouts....I'll post my workouts daily if anyone is interested.   
if not then gif is related
Hey /fitness
I am a college athlete and just joined a crossfit gym in addition to my 3 day a week football workouts....I'll post my workouts daily if anyone is interested.

if not then gif is related
#13359 to #13358 - anonymous (04/03/2014) [-]
>crossfit gym

RIP your gains. Make sure your health insurance is willing to cover most joint related injuries.
User avatar #13360 to #13359 - coloredfolks (04/03/2014) [-]
lol at that.

#13355 - unncommon (04/03/2014) [-]
Just figured out today that I'm 12.7% BF at 173lbs, 17 y/o, 6'2". I'm going to lower it to 11% and realistically I feel like I can do that in a month or two. Still look beautiful (athankyou), but still wanna lower it. Ignore the face I make when taking pictures, I don't take much.
What about you guys?
User avatar #13372 to #13355 - ribocoon ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
Umm I'd gladly fuck you if that's what you're asking
User avatar #13357 to #13355 - thisismyhandle ONLINE (04/03/2014) [-]
I got my body comp about a month ago, I'll have my new one within two weeks.

18 years old
230 pounds @ 18.3% BF

I'll have pics for my next body comp, I don't have any from anywhere near the time I got my last one. I'm looking to be down to 14% max by the end of the summer.

I'm sure you can get down to 11% if you just go hard for the next 4-8 weeks.
#13354 - anonymous (04/02/2014) [-]
Cheap preworkout that tastes good?
I'm broke and don't get much sleep so they're pretty much necessary for a good workout
User avatar #13356 to #13354 - unncommon (04/03/2014) [-]
Best thing is it'll help you lose weight and is 9/10 hype.
User avatar #13373 to #13356 - ribocoon ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
I heard getting lost in the jungle and starving to death was also worked pretty good.
User avatar #13343 - buttfacemugee (04/01/2014) [-]
Hey i dont know if this is the right place to put this but all well. So i practice Brazilian jiu-jitsu and was reversed pretty hard onto my side. Now when i breath in it hurts but not to bad like out of 1 to 10(ten being the highest) it is a 5. I dont want to go to the doctor and waste money if it is just a sore muscle. I also looked every where but no results. Also one more thing it was already slightly hurting before i got there but when i was reversed it amplified the pain. I also heard a pop when it happened.
User avatar #13350 to #13343 - teoberry (04/02/2014) [-]
If there's a trainer at the place you practice, or like a coach, just ask them.
User avatar #13344 to #13343 - lolpandas (04/01/2014) [-]
Bruised rib maybe, internet diagnosis isn't that great though.
User avatar #13346 to #13344 - buttfacemugee (04/01/2014) [-]
yeah i just didn't want to waste money right now since im broker then silva's leg, and since their is apperently so many fit people on here i figured on would know a thing or two.
User avatar #13347 to #13346 - lolpandas (04/01/2014) [-]
Eh, I don't have much experience with bruised ribs but my gf does. Got it from a TKD injury. Hurts to take a deep breath but came with a nasty bruise.
I have damaged rib cartilage before though, absolutely terrible. Couldn't spread my arms out without hurting and had to take small breaths. Stung real bad if I did a pushing motion too.
#13341 - anonymous (04/01/2014) [-]
Hey. I'm pretty well fit in the arms and legs, but my stomach is a bit soft. I go for walks, about an hour long, and my diet has been significantly worked over but I still can't get a smaller stomach. So, obviously, I need some sort of exercise to tone it down.

What specific exercises help the abs? I don't want a six-pack, I just don't want the softness either. Also, best times to exercise? Before or after a meal, etc. Thanks for the help, in advance.
User avatar #13374 to #13341 - ribocoon ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
Just lose some fat. Crunches are less effective than dieting. Skinny people (such as myself) barely work out but we usually have little abs just because we don't eat for shit.
#13351 to #13341 - anonymous (04/02/2014) [-]
1 million sit-ups a day
#13353 to #13351 - anonymous (04/02/2014) [-]
Sounds painful. I'm not trying to get to admin-level of body, not by any means. I don't like muscley appearances, just trying to thin out. Lol
#13339 - inquisition (03/31/2014) [-]
Anyone here have experience with EC/ECA stacks?
Anyone here have experience with EC/ECA stacks?
#13345 to #13339 - anonymous (04/01/2014) [-]
Yes, what do you need to know?
User avatar #13348 to #13345 - inquisition (04/01/2014) [-]
Dosage, when to take, risks, etc.

I've already read about them but I'd like to hear from someone with first hand experience, if that's all right.
#13349 to #13348 - anonymous (04/02/2014) [-]
200mg caffeine/ 25mg ephedrine is the standard. Aspirin is optional but if you take it, take a small amount (baby aspirin) with your first dose. I did 400mg/25mg split in 2 doses with the 1st in the morning and the 2nd before my workout. Don't do that if you plan on doing high intensity stuff though. Same risks as any other strong stimulant. Don't take it if you have heart issues or high blood pressure. People have died from it but you'd have to meet a specific set of criteria for that to happen. Just don't be stupid with it, don't have any past heart issues, and listen to your body if it's not working well. You get some energy/jitters but it doesn't last once you get used to it. You will sweat buckets so be prepared. It can get pretty bad so I usually restrict it to winter cutting.
User avatar #13352 to #13349 - inquisition (04/02/2014) [-]
kk, thanks anon.
#13338 - Beenfiftyfive (03/31/2014) [-]
So in y'all's opinion, which do you prefer: creatine or protein post work out?
I've always done protein, but have recently switched to creatine out of curiosity.
User avatar #13403 to #13338 - lolpandas (04/08/2014) [-]
Protein and Creatine are completely different things. Protein is a food source, creatine is used in producing energy. Protein = 4 calories, Creatine = 0. Take both if you want but timing (post workout) doesn't really matter and the two are so different, a real comparison can't be made.
#13411 to #13403 - Beenfiftyfive (04/08/2014) [-]
How bout a recommendation?
User avatar #13375 to #13338 - ribocoon ONLINE (04/05/2014) [-]
I heard you take creatine both pre and post. With protein I think it's just post.
Or you could probably do whatever you feel like and get close to the same results
User avatar #13365 to #13338 - winners (04/03/2014) [-]
Creatine is more of a pre workout. also it puts water in ur muscles so u aint going to be looking ripped
User avatar #13336 - studbeefpile (03/31/2014) [-]
Went from a 405lb deadlift to a 430lb deadlift in just over a month.

I was stuck at 405 for around 4 months.

Wha happen?

Most people choose between doing high reps-low weight, and high weight-low reps.

What did I start doing? Took a page right out of the Babyslayer's handbook and did heavy weight and high reps. Shit fucking works yo.
User avatar #13337 to #13336 - winners (03/31/2014) [-]
so what did u use for weight on the deadlift for reps if you max was 405 before?
User avatar #13340 to #13337 - studbeefpile (03/31/2014) [-]
I started doing high rep sets at 315. First workout I got 8, then 10, then 12. I only did a single set at that weight each workout, but the set was maximal effort. After that I did a decent amount of variation work.
#13329 - DrOhcysp has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #13331 to #13329 - crampers (03/30/2014) [-]
But why
User avatar #13333 to #13331 - crampers (03/30/2014) [-]
DrOhcysp - answer
User avatar #13334 to #13333 - DrOhcysp ONLINE (03/30/2014) [-]
posted on wrong board
User avatar #13335 to #13334 - crampers (03/30/2014) [-]
Fair enough
#13323 - bababadsheep (03/29/2014) [-]
>stinking hot so wearing a singlet.
>just finished gym and had a shower
>walking to my car I pass an ice cream shop,
>9/10 is outside handing out samples
>'would you care to try....' her eyes look me up and down.
>'wow' she muttered as she reached out and touched my arm as if to check it was real
>so I grabbed her on the crotch, and lifted her into the air, the dead lift calluses on my hands wore a hole through her pants like sand paper
>I unwrapped the first few feet of my cock from around my waist and dropped her cunt first onto it
>she instantly had multiple orgasms
>I banged her for 6x4 reps then blew my loaf
> two more onlooking 9/10 qt's then dropped to there knees and started spooning my spilt seed inside of them hopelessly attempting to be fertilized and carry my god like baby
>I turned 360, jumped on my skateboard and squatted away.

feels good bro.
User avatar #13342 to #13323 - skyryth (04/01/2014) [-]
>"unraveled the first few feet of my cock
deer lord
User avatar #13327 to #13323 - teoberry (03/29/2014) [-]
I know it's a joke but if you wear singlets odds are you're not banging 9/10s.
#13324 to #13323 - anonymous (03/29/2014) [-]
#13318 - brendantheferret (03/29/2014) [-]
you mirin' my lack of definition, bruh? How bout' my high BF%?

Yeah, you mirin'

Nah, but seriously, how do I burn off this fat, I feel like I would be built as fuck if I could just cut the fat off my arms
User avatar #13330 to #13318 - crampers (03/30/2014) [-]

Burnt calories has to exceed intake of calories - quite simple
#13316 - heatmon (03/29/2014) [-]

rate my workout. I know my benching sucks, I don't go to gyms with bench presses as much as I should be.

5'7'' 145 lbs. 10% BF
User avatar #13310 - connorjay (03/28/2014) [-]
I've stopped doing 3*8, and moved onto 5*5 for deadlifts.

Long story short I went from about 80kg to 140kg in a month. Pretty fucking happy.
#13313 to #13310 - anonymous (03/28/2014) [-]
>For deadlifts
>As a beginner

Oh boy...
User avatar #13314 to #13313 - connorjay (03/28/2014) [-]
Is this genuinely bad?

I got told to only ever do 5*5 for deadlifts and that 3*8 was a horrible thing to do.

I fucking hate conflicts.
#13319 to #13314 - anonymous (03/29/2014) [-]
A beginner shouldn't be doing sets across for deadlifts. You should be doing 1 set of 5 for them. If you do 5x5 regularly as a beginner, enjoy fucking raping your central nervous system. There's literally no need to do more than one set when you're been lifting for less than like 2 years. You get strong as fuck from one working set and build mass too

User avatar #13321 to #13319 - connorjay (03/29/2014) [-]
Fuck it, when I get back to the gym in a fortnight I'll just do 1*5 twice a week.
User avatar #13320 to #13319 - connorjay (03/29/2014) [-]
I've been generally lifting for 6 years though.

So how come there is this conflict on 5*5, 3*8 and 1*5?
#13325 to #13320 - anonymous (03/29/2014) [-]
>I've been generally lifting for 6 years though.
>140kg deadlift

Lol, the time lifting is irrelevant. It's the stats that dictate CNS adaption and recovery. The amount of sets and reps you do for deadlifts are pretty different than any other lift. The deadlift starts at a dead stop and has no inherent bounce or stretch reflex at all like the squat or bench press, so it taxes your central nervous system the most out of any single exercise in existence. When you over-do it on deads, your CNS won't recovery as effectively and your other lifts will suffer. Do this for an extended period of time and you'll end up having a hard time falling asleep, your immune system will suffer, and you'll start to experience depression.

It depends on your advancement in lifting and specific routine, but most beginners should deadlift once or twice a week and squat up to three times a week. After they go on to a more intermediate routine, they may end up doing more sets across for deadlifts
#13326 to #13325 - anonymous (03/29/2014) [-]
This is generally for deadlifts in the 1-6 reps range, but 8 reps will still be very CNS intensive. There's nothing wrong with 5x5 or 3x8, it's just not optimal for anyone under 4plate on the lift.
User avatar #13328 to #13326 - connorjay (03/30/2014) [-]
Okay cool, I assume you took that straight from stronglifts?

I'm just on a routine that's 5 days a week with different muscles, so I only deadlift once, maybe twice and squat once, which I now might move up to twice.
I'll take your advice and move onto just 1*5 for deadlifts.

Thanks anon
User avatar #13308 - theannoyingFJguy (03/28/2014) [-]
I am now lifting and running, 5km runs for now. I really find good trance music helps.
What should my running goal be if I run 5km in 21 minutes.
User avatar #13312 to #13308 - bababadsheep (03/28/2014) [-]
Better than the last time you ran.
User avatar #13307 - wydell (03/28/2014) [-]
Do wrestling shoes or shoes closer to the ground really help with deadlifts?
User avatar #13311 to #13307 - bababadsheep (03/28/2014) [-]
Even if it's just placebo, placebo still works. Buy a cheap pair, or a used pair and see if it works for you. I know that a lot of oly lifters do wear lifting shoes, so take that as you will.
#13302 - proposed (03/27/2014) [-]
Alright first time posting and Ive been in a conundrum for a while. My dream body type isnt the 185 pound ripped toned guy. Its basically the body type Triple H has, not really ripped but just stacked. I was wondering if anyone had any ideas how to achieve it. Currently 220 6' trying to cut and im down 10 pounds. I dont want to keep cutting could it be possible to just try to build lean muscle up to the point where im just stacked?
#13296 - evilhomer (03/26/2014) [-]
Today I almost ran 5K 4,98Km in 31:30... I don't go for runs regularly so I don't really know if this is a good running time for a beginner. Do you guys think I did good?
I'm 17, 154lb, 5'8.
Running feels like hell but finishing it feels soooooooooooo good
User avatar #13306 to #13296 - theannoyingFJguy (03/28/2014) [-]
I just ran 5 kms in 21 minutes and I am pretty slow. So just keep working at it!
User avatar #13301 to #13296 - natanhiel (03/27/2014) [-]
I can't even get a half a mile because my lungs are shit atm.

Need to raise my endurance.
User avatar #13297 to #13296 - thisismyhandle ONLINE (03/26/2014) [-]
That's not bad at all for a beginner. Did you run 5k just to do it or do you want to start running in 5k races?
User avatar #13298 to #13297 - evilhomer (03/26/2014) [-]
Kinda for the hell of it. I personally want to increase my endurance and lower my bf%.
User avatar #13299 to #13298 - thisismyhandle ONLINE (03/26/2014) [-]
User avatar #13300 to #13299 - evilhomer (03/26/2014) [-]
User avatar #13295 - sao (03/26/2014) [-]
I'm looking for a healthier diet with the constraints of being a college student without much access to fresh food and having IBD (UC). Anyone here with UC or Crohn's got suggestions?
User avatar #13285 - blaaz (03/26/2014) [-]
I've done it. It has been decided and therefore WILL be done. I've decided my fitness goal to be getting my resting heart rate below 70 beats per minute. To do this i am training for a 10 k run to improve my heart strength. When i finish the 10 k training im going bump it up to maybe a 15 k. And for fucks sake if can't do this (which i know i can) then im going to rip my damn legs off since i obviously don't deserve them. Ive cut my caloric intake to the appropriate level for this endeavor but the problem is that im not sure how to manage my salt intake.

The reason behind this is that i can only eat fruits veggies meat and rye bread or rice horrible reaction to wheat,dairy,peanuts, almost everything else that exists, ect... . Fruits/veggies/bread/rice i can manage but meat is the problem. I can't seem to find any type of meat that is low in fats AND salts. Anyone got any ideas?
User avatar #13293 to #13285 - natanhiel (03/26/2014) [-]
Wheat/gluten free foods are pretty healthy. Just DON'T go for ones that don't say low fat. Some foods just replace it with hydrogenated fat, which nobody wants.
User avatar #13294 to #13293 - blaaz (03/26/2014) [-]
hmm. didnt think of that. ty ill check into that
#13292 to #13285 - anonymous (03/26/2014) [-]
70BPM is pretty bad. Get to at least 55, preferably 50BPM
User avatar #13286 to #13285 - blaaz (03/26/2014) [-]
the only meat i can think of is chicken but even then from what ive seen is how it's prepared can affect the amount of salts in it.
User avatar #13288 to #13286 - lolpandas (03/26/2014) [-]
Eat chicken while keeping your potassium up w/ your fruits (banana's & oranges). The potassium should keep your Na/K ratio in check even if you are consuming some salt.
User avatar #13291 to #13288 - blaaz (03/26/2014) [-]
you are a life saver thank you
#13282 - anonymous (03/25/2014) [-]
2 days ago, I used the bench press. Today, I tried to bench again using the same amount of weight, same bar, same everything, but I couldn't even lift it from its resting position. What could be the reasons behind this?
User avatar #13283 to #13282 - Keoul (03/25/2014) [-]
You could still be sore from yesterday, go do something else and try again tomorrow.
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