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#12464 - anonymous (02/19/2014) [-]
>when somebody Doesn't train legs
User avatar #12466 to #12464 - lolpandas (02/20/2014) [-]
I'm gifted with decent legs without having to train legs much. Having fucked up feet led to fucked up knees so I can't go too heavy with squats.

Deadlifts also give me the illusion of thick legs
#12463 - anonymous (02/19/2014) [-]
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#12459 - unncommon (02/18/2014) [-]
I immediately don't regret this decision.
User avatar #12682 to #12459 - starJOCK (03/04/2014) [-]
i would eat that before a big lift.
User avatar #12745 to #12682 - unncommon (03/04/2014) [-]
#12461 to #12459 - anonymous (02/19/2014) [-]
>All that sugar

Goodbye gains, hello diabetes and AIDS.
User avatar #12462 to #12461 - unncommon (02/19/2014) [-]
I rarely eat sugar, I even drink my coffee black. But I couldn't pass up the opportunity to make this.
#12458 - anonymous (02/18/2014) [-]
hey fit fags.   
you're all beta.
hey fit fags.

you're all beta.
User avatar #12457 - statewrestler (02/16/2014) [-]
hey i'm starting p90x and was wondering if anyone has done it any advice, tips, etc? Also i was wondering if shakeology was an important part of it
#12465 to #12457 - stamplickerlicker (02/19/2014) [-]
i reccomend running everyday for about a week before you start it just to get muscles used to doing the exercise. and i subbed the shakes for my usual protein shake.
User avatar #12451 - brotify (02/15/2014) [-]
I bench more than I squat

look at me and laugh
User avatar #12455 to #12451 - bababadsheep (02/15/2014) [-]
I feel you bro. I am exactly the same and it hurts every day when I look at my tiny legs, particularly my tiny calves *sob* .
User avatar #12456 to #12455 - brotify (02/15/2014) [-]
I don't have any problems with my legs yet because I'm pretty chubby so they doesn't look like sticks, but I can relate with calves
#12453 to #12451 - anonymous (02/15/2014) [-]
Rippetoe would be ashamed.
User avatar #12454 to #12453 - brotify (02/15/2014) [-]
everyone would be ashamed

everyone is ashamed
#12445 - buttfacemugee (02/15/2014) [-]
OK, so I am trying to get back in shape. And do something i will enjoy. Does anyone know if Boxing gets you more in shape then Kickboxing or are both practically the same. And how to spot good gyms for boxing/kickboxing
User avatar #12898 to #12445 - ninjasanta (03/06/2014) [-]
gotta go with muay thai bro.
User avatar #12903 to #12898 - buttfacemugee (03/06/2014) [-]
Yeah, I was thinking that but then I tried to find a decent muay thai gym in my area but there were none
User avatar #12904 to #12903 - ninjasanta (03/06/2014) [-]
thats always an issue never waste time with bad kru's. I'd go boxing they stress cardio big time and that should help you shred.
User avatar #12446 to #12445 - thisismyhandle (02/15/2014) [-]
Both will get you into incredible shape if you are consistent. Based on my (somewhat limited) experience, you should be able to work out which one you prefer when you begin training.

I wish I could help you find a gym, but I don't have much to offer. I went to one because of a friend and lucked out with a good one. My gym was fun, the trainer was incredibly skilled (and hungry, because he was actually training in an attempt to make it big in the UFC. He was training in Hawaii when I last heard from him), and we were pretty much always lighthearted and tried to make things fun for each other.

Most gyms I know of offer a short but free trial run, so you could try that and even sign up for a short while if they'll let you to try and test out each gym you choose.
User avatar #12448 to #12446 - buttfacemugee (02/15/2014) [-]
Also do you know which one is better for self defense?
User avatar #12449 to #12448 - thisismyhandle (02/15/2014) [-]
Against the average person without much or any training, I'd say boxing would be better simply because most people won't start throwing kicks out in a fight (and if they do and are untrained, it won't matter much). If you end up fighting somebody else who has martial arts training, I might say kickboxing just for the fact that there is stand-up grappling.

If you want to improve self-defense you can train in something like Krav Maga which is a mix of many martial arts forms with more of a focus on tactics for realistic encounters. I don't believe you can compete in it, but it would be far better than boxing or kickboxing for self-defense.
User avatar #12447 to #12446 - buttfacemugee (02/15/2014) [-]
thanks mate
User avatar #12444 - unncommon (02/14/2014) [-]

- Proven, effective exercise routines
- Diet
- How to lose weight
- How to gain weight
- Supplements


This is the /fit/ sticky. I'm posting it because there's always people on the board asking these basic questions that can be answered to an ability more than most the people on this board (no offense guys, but if someone should start, then they should start from the sticky). Don't be afraid to ask any questions if you have them, myself and most of the others would be glad to answer them.
Phanatic wickkles (only mods I know of) some mod can you please get Admin to sticky this?
User avatar #12452 to #12444 - wickkles (02/15/2014) [-]
I am not a mod no moar.
#12434 - tjsoup (02/14/2014) [-]
So I don't wanna lose weigh, I wanna gain weigh about 10-20 lbs if I could.

User avatar #12683 to #12434 - starJOCK (03/04/2014) [-]
i put on roughly 20kg (45lb) in around 2 and a half months.
now that i have your attention, im about to propose something.
this may not take your fancy, and you will more than likely gain a bit more fat but it worked wonders for me.
try the 'whole-food' diet, also commonly known as the 'see-food diet'
the premise of this is to eat whole amounts of food (so whole chickens, whole pizzas, whole tubs of ice cream :p)
you will easily consume more than enough calories to gain weight.
i did this in conjunction with an incredibly taxing, and intense strongman routine, 5 days a week. i blew up, put on at least 13kg of muscle (at the expense of 7kg of fat). on this diet i was on 4500-5000cals
anyways, i only did this too put on weight for the rugby season to become a front row, and i needed to do it quickly. this is what i suggest.
now if you want to put on clean mass, i suggest a protein shake 2-3 times a day, along with a good balance of clean carbs and meat (fucking any kind of meat). it will be a tad slower, but there will be a cleaner gain.
on this diet i would suggest 3000-3250

this is a vary vague post so if you have any quesitons please ask
#12431 - syntheticwatermelo (02/13/2014) [-]
I'm 16 and do swim and track. I'm already decently toned from those and I own a bench press, some dumbbells, and a curl bar. What should I do to build a little mass?
#12433 to #12431 - syntheticwatermelo (02/13/2014) [-]
And I mean some ideas on workouts for arms, chest and core.
User avatar #12435 to #12433 - alphajunk (02/14/2014) [-]
If you quickly wanna bulk up or build mass,try to buy some whey.
almost every bodybuilder uses this,but in your case buy and take a small amount.

if not, i recommend you to go easy on yourself and eat some food that would get you to gain a little mass. like for example home food.
I always try to get my mom to make a fat home meal,because usually parents(moms) know how to cook and it pleases you because you and your body are used to it by now.
I can't put a whole paragraph so ill just post really useful links from my favorite site.

Ill add in a extra bonus workout if you're up to it.
3x12 of sit ups on the bench press
4x6 squats and pullups
5x8 deadlifts
#12438 to #12435 - syntheticwatermelo (02/14/2014) [-]
Thanks. This should help a lot.
User avatar #12428 - stutterguy (02/13/2014) [-]
I just did a workout for the first time in about 6 years.

Is there anything I can do so that my body doesn't hate me in the morning?
User avatar #12440 to #12428 - delphine (02/14/2014) [-]
If it's muscle soreness, and not an "i pulled something" soreness, that's a good thing. You want that. It means that you accomplished something during your workout. Your muscles are repairing themselves and just keep at it you'll feel a little less sore each time.
User avatar #12429 to #12428 - alphajunk (02/13/2014) [-]
What do you mean?
User avatar #12430 to #12429 - stutterguy (02/13/2014) [-]
User avatar #12432 to #12430 - alphajunk (02/13/2014) [-]
It depends how old you are and how your stamina is.
Just keep on working, your body will start to get use to it. It wont be easy,but pain is gain.

aching is pretty much a natural response to this type of situation.
I recommend that you take something to get your muscles relieved like putting on a icyhot patch.
User avatar #12450 to #12432 - stutterguy (02/15/2014) [-]
It's a 60 day work out thing so I should be better by the end of it.
User avatar #12684 to #12450 - starJOCK (03/04/2014) [-]
i found static stretches after a workout helped me.
#12419 - anonymous (02/12/2014) [-]
What's your favorite form of a cardio workout? What does yours incorporate? Is it entertaining and fun, or do you just slave through boring workouts to get to the end?
User avatar #12686 to #12419 - starJOCK (03/04/2014) [-]
rowing, i like the full body movement.
User avatar #12441 to #12419 - delphine (02/14/2014) [-]
Jogging. There are a bunch of forest-y trails where I live (Northern MN) so I love running through nature. I also enjoy hiking through the river valley areas, lots of steep areas for extra burn. Winter sucks because most of the trails turn into either snowmobile tracks or snow drifts taller than me, so I have to run on a treadmill with an incline instead. I hate it so much because it feels like I'm a gerbil on a wheel, but I can usually make it more entertaining by watching a movie while I run.
User avatar #12425 to #12419 - thisismyhandle (02/13/2014) [-]
I enjoy sprints, anything involving jumping, and cardio workouts that include activities that are akin to drills for sports. Long jogs/runs are the worst.

Basically anything dynamic is good.
User avatar #12421 to #12419 - urinarytractinfect (02/13/2014) [-]
cock pushups
User avatar #12420 to #12419 - unncommon (02/13/2014) [-]
I lift weights really fast.
I hate cardio.
User avatar #12416 - teoberry (02/12/2014) [-]
Good forearm shit with dumbbells besides open palm wrist curls? I want good arms for spring (I am working the rest of my body, but that's separate school/club sponsored shit so I don't have much of a say)
User avatar #12418 to #12416 - unncommon (02/12/2014) [-]
Farmers walks and DL's.
User avatar #12687 to #12418 - starJOCK (03/04/2014) [-]
User avatar #12467 to #12418 - lolpandas (02/20/2014) [-]
Gf just bought me some farmers walk handles for valentines day. I'm fuckin stoked to try them out when they get here.
User avatar #12424 to #12418 - teoberry (02/13/2014) [-]
thanks bb
User avatar #12426 to #12424 - unncommon (02/13/2014) [-]
No prob cutie 3.14
User avatar #12427 to #12426 - teoberry (02/13/2014) [-]
User avatar #12415 - nortledrones (02/12/2014) [-]
I'm 17. 6'2. 185 pounds and most of it is but and leg weight.
I want to gain weight, but in muscle...basically I have the height but not the mass, I don't want to become rambo, but I would like to get more tone and bigger before the summer.

HALP PLS. things I should do daily, foods to avoid, foods to look into etc
User avatar #12423 to #12415 - urinarytractinfect (02/13/2014) [-]
say no to creatine, say no to mass builders, say no to diets if ur on fat burners. if u get a fat burner get hydroxy cut pro elite, most powerful shit. but dont diet on that.
User avatar #12422 to #12415 - urinarytractinfect (02/13/2014) [-]
bro heavy weight builds muscle. just make sure to do warmups before. as long as you give a shit youl get tone. since ur not roiden up you arent going to gain much if any bulk. espicially since your not an active body builder year round.bulking big not on roids takes yeeeears. google scooby workouts. hes not on roids and he lets u know the long ass time will take to gain at least size like him.but get some really good preworkouts and take them every day. and have a rest day. the most powerful preworkout i know of is called 1 3 d nox by tbn (total body nutrition). it will get u where u want. but if u dont want to buy online. stuff called GAT preworkout is sold at gnc and vitamin shoppe. and thats pretty good coming from shit stores like that.
User avatar #12408 - HURLEYSURFERDUDE (02/11/2014) [-]
So I DEP'd in last week. This inspired me to eat healthier (I ate pretty healthy with exercise but still ha some fast food and chips and shit). So instead of eating ships with a sandwich at work and stuff for snacks, I snack on baby carrots and eat apple slices and a banana with a sandwich for lunch. I even drink half of a 5 hour energy in the morning before work instead of coffee.

And I have to say..... I feel a lot better and even ran a 7:30 mile mostly uphill with some later walking, uphill jogging, straightaway sprinting. (as opposed to my previous 8:10 mile and quitting).

What do you guys eat/snack on that helps keep you active?
User avatar #12409 to #12408 - unncommon (02/11/2014) [-]
What branch?
And I usually eat eggs, sandwiches, == dick,== oats and fruits when I can. But usually I'm broke as fuck so I eat ramen, sandwiches, and what ever I can get my hands on. But more power to ya bro.
Eggs = awesome feeling throughout day
User avatar #12411 to #12409 - HURLEYSURFERDUDE (02/11/2014) [-]
Uncle Sam's Misguided Children.

And I wish I could make an egg sandwhich in the mornings (add some ham and Chalula sauce). But I just chug some Emergen-C and have a bowl of Cinnamon Life cereal.

Fuck I jsut ran and eggs sound fucking great...... shit mang.
User avatar #12413 to #12411 - unncommon (02/11/2014) [-]
Nice, you'd best prepare to run like a muffugah. If I wasn't getting into the Army then the Leather Necks would definitely be one of my top choices.
User avatar #12414 to #12413 - HURLEYSURFERDUDE (02/11/2014) [-]
Yeah the pullups and situps im alright with but running is such a cunt. Although im getting much better at it. besides at my worst i only do a mile and a half in like 12:30. Has to be less than 12 to get my Staff Sergeant off of my back.
#12405 - alicorn (02/11/2014) [-]
This might seem like an odd question to ask, but it there anything i can do to gain weight, whether it be fat or muscle

i tried doing this shit on my own, but all i did was lose 10 more pounds, i'm currently 145 pounds at 6'0" if that gives you an idea

and no, i've tried fast food already it's not working
User avatar #12412 to #12405 - unncommon (02/11/2014) [-]
Oh, and also work on compound exercises to build da muskkelz and get dem gains. Don't focus on your weight because there's 160lb OL lifters that would put a lot of 200lb BB's to shame.
#12410 to #12405 - unncommon (02/11/2014) [-]
I'm 6'1" - 6'2" and 170lbs at 17 y/o and I'm pretty content with my weight, but I fucking love eating so I gotta work like a nigger to burn it off.
User avatar #12437 to #12410 - teoberry (02/14/2014) [-]
Fuck nigga you're 17?
User avatar #12439 to #12437 - unncommon (02/14/2014) [-]
Yezzir. Why?
User avatar #12442 to #12439 - teoberry (02/14/2014) [-]
JW. You seem older
User avatar #12417 to #12410 - alicorn (02/12/2014) [-]
thanks nigga
#12406 to #12405 - anonymous (02/11/2014) [-]
Figure out your maintenance calories and eat more than it. One pound is about 3,500 calories. There are tons of free sites and apps, like MyFitnessPal, that let you do this based on your height, weight, and activity level.

Say you burn around 3,000 calories a day. Eat 3,500 each day and you gain a pound a week since 500 surplus calories a day for seven days a week adds up to 3,500. Eat more if you want to gain faster.

Seriously, just read the sticky on /fit/ and start lifting. You're already a skeleton so you're starting off well and could gain a lot of lean mass.
#12407 to #12406 - anonymous (02/11/2014) [-]
Also, you can do GOMAD if you have an issue with eating. Gallon of Milk a Day is an easy source of calories.
User avatar #12403 - delphine (02/11/2014) [-]
So I was able to bench press my own weight today! Granted, I only weigh 110lbs but still... it's a first for me. Weakling is making progress.
User avatar #12689 to #12403 - starJOCK (03/04/2014) [-]
champion mate, everyman should be able to bench their weight.
i cant do it yet, but i weigh 110 kg (around 240lb). i dont why, ive been stuck here for years, i just cant break the barrier
User avatar #12398 - hackcroissant (02/10/2014) [-]
My ride to the gym has been gone for 2 weeks and I cant lift weight but i have been doing a ton of body weight stuff, what will body weight do like make me stronger or bulk?
User avatar #12690 to #12398 - starJOCK (03/04/2014) [-]
you will tone like a muthafukka.
if you get into advance shit, you will be strong and huge.
but your own body can only provide a limited amount of resistance
#12402 to #12398 - anonymous (02/11/2014) [-]
Depends. Are you doing advances calisthenics? If not, then most likely nothing
User avatar #12401 to #12398 - unncommon (02/11/2014) [-]
If you use it without weights then it's basically muscular endurance.
User avatar #12399 to #12397 - hackcroissant (02/10/2014) [-]
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