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#42649 - nwbballplayer ONLINE
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(01/23/2016) [-]
I haven't attempted a deadlift max since around august, which coincidentally is when I started deadlifting more than 2x a year because faggotry and being a bitch. Just finished doing 350 for a couple sets of 6. 4pl8s is so close I can touch it my friendos
#42661 to #42649 - asotil ONLINE
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(01/24/2016) [-]
It's doable

I hit my first 405x5 the other night, felt godlike despite my phone shutting itself off halfway through rep 5 so only most of it is recorded
#42659 to #42649 - myunknown
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(01/24/2016) [-]
make it happen cap'n
#42645 - myunknown
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Alright gentleman. Off the ground clean and press with 185lbs

( I had no one go with me so I had to ask some random guy to record so damn awkward)
#42687 to #42645 - anon
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(01/25/2016) [-]
why didn't you drop the weight
#42693 to #42687 - myunknown
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(01/25/2016) [-]
At that particular gym the floors aren't really that padded, so you gotta control it a little more. my other gym is better suited for that stuff tho
#42673 to #42645 - marinepenguin
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(01/24/2016) [-]
Looked almost like a full power clean before your press, still pretty good though.
#42674 to #42673 - myunknown
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(01/24/2016) [-]
the most i've ever done was 205lbs my goal is 2pl8s
#42675 to #42674 - marinepenguin
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(01/24/2016) [-]
Power clean or hang clean?
#42676 to #42675 - myunknown
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(01/24/2016) [-]
Just clean and press, I generally don't do those other movements too often because I do it mainly as a shoulder pump exercise
#42677 to #42676 - marinepenguin
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(01/24/2016) [-]
Ah okay.
#42646 to #42645 - myunknown
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(01/23/2016) [-]
and if anyone wants to know my current bw is 175 lbs
#42640 - maddboiy
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Managed to hit 100kg (220lb) 1RM for my deadlift yesterday. Which puts me halfway towards my goal of the 1000lb club. Hit a 1x5 at 50kg (110lb for my bench which is halfway as well but my squats are lagging behind, struggling to get them to a 5x5 of 60kg (132lb).

Im getting there, im gonna make it brah's.
#42663 to #42640 - cackrel
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(01/24/2016) [-]
Yo bro! Try doing some complementory excersises too if you want to get that DL up.
#42652 to #42640 - nwbballplayer ONLINE
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Congrats man. Like MP said, keep at it and you will get there in no time.
#42642 to #42640 - marinepenguin
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Give it time and stay consistent. You'll get there.
#42632 - toncheky
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Hey peeps, looking to start working out again. Last time lasted 6 months in the gym, money and motivation ran out. It's been a while so I will start at home first, to get back in shape and routine.
I have this and a set of dumbbells.
Of all these, which are the most effective for each group?
www.dumbbell-exercises.com/exercises/biceps/
www.dumbbell-exercises.com/exercises/triceps/
www.dumbbell-exercises.com/exercises/chest/
www.dumbbell-exercises.com/exercises/back/
www.dumbbell-exercises.com/exercises/shoulders/

The bench can incline, but downwards. Dumbbells are 2 bars and I have 8x1kg, 2x2kg and 2x0.5kg weights.
Gotta start cooking as well, so any (somewhat) cheap and easy recipes would be helpful. I'm only 60kg on 177cm so goal is gaining weight.
#42653 to #42632 - nwbballplayer ONLINE
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Everything MP said. In terms of recipes and food, my opinion is that buying things in bulk is a great way to save money. A full grocery list for me consists of bulk pasta, pasta sauce, bulk rice, frozen chicken, a couple gallons of milk, couple tubs of peanut butter (when i run out which takes a while), and spices. My normal bill comes out to $35-$50 US Dollars, and each item can last me 1-3 weeks. I'd advise finding what your daily macros are (depending on your current goals) and go from there.
#42660 to #42653 - toncheky
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(01/24/2016) [-]
Thank you.
#42643 to #42632 - marinepenguin
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(01/23/2016) [-]
DB bench, DB rows, DB flys, DB rear flys, DB curls, DB triceps extensions, etc. You can do a lot with a bench and some dumbbells assuming that you have enough weight. In the end you'd greatly benefit from joining a gym with barbells and more weight.
#42647 to #42643 - toncheky
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(01/23/2016) [-]
dank u
Uh yeah like I said, I went before but stopped, and will join again. Just want to "initiate" at home.
#42624 - KMD
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Draigor Marinepenguin studbeefpile myunknown

Any of you super stars wanna play some H-O-R-S-E?

I'll start 5 plates X 5 sorry the video starts half way through the first rep.

We can agree on a set of rules for whatever comes up as we go.
#42637 to #42624 - nwbballplayer ONLINE
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(01/23/2016) [-]
I'm probably not as strong as the rest of you guys but I'm might as well join.
#42635 to #42624 - Draigor
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(01/23/2016) [-]
I've only ever pulled 420x1 lol.

Maybe base the weight on percentages or bodyweight reps.
#42636 to #42635 - marinepenguin
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(01/23/2016) [-]
I like that idea.
#42639 to #42636 - KMD
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Yes, like I said before gents we can figure out the rools as we go. Does anyone have skype?
#42641 to #42639 - marinepenguin
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(01/23/2016) [-]
I used to. Could easily acquire it again. Though I'll be going to Tech School for the Air Force in 2 weeks. So my free time will be a little limited during the week. I could still participate in challenges I would think.
#42644 to #42641 - KMD
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Yeah, I kind of figured that challenges would run about a week at a time just so you/re not struggling to something like a squat challenge 2 days after leg day or something along those lines. I've also just been informed that i start a new camp job in the middle of nowhere on monday so ill have to see what those facilities are like.
#42648 to #42644 - marinepenguin
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Alright, I'll be entirely free on the weekends so that'll be good for me.
#42634 to #42624 - marinepenguin
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Love the idea though, we've done something similar as a board challenge before.
#42633 to #42624 - marinepenguin
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Tfw no 5 plate deadlift
#42626 to #42624 - myunknown
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(01/23/2016) [-]
great lift, i'd be down sure but there's no way i'm getting 5 reps with 5 plates haha
#42627 to #42626 - KMD
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(01/23/2016) [-]
That's fine little sister.... ;p there are, believe it or not, some lifts that I'm not that good at and we don't have to stick to the big 3 we can do whatever as long as all participants have access to whatever is needed to do the challenge. For example I'm not gonna start doing atlas stones or circus dumbbell presses. pic for reference
#42631 to #42627 - myunknown
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(01/23/2016) [-]
haha, my endurance is for sure not very good off, I can pull 315 for 5 and probably pull 405 for 5 reps and get the same amount of fatigue, something I gotta work on, but sounds fun i'll see what I can do at my gyms i'll get my buddy to come so he can record
#42625 to #42624 - KMD
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(01/23/2016) [-]
If i missed anyone feel free to invite yourself
#42618 - KMD
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(01/23/2016) [-]
How do I tag certain Homosexuals in my posts?
#42620 to #42618 - anon
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Just type their name, and theyll get a notification
#42615 - marinepenguin
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Tfw I broke my weight machine and I couldn't do leg extensions this leg day. Looks like I'll be doing some Bulgarian Split Squats instead for my quads.

Also 305 for 7x3 on deads was cake. Looks like I'll be able to get up to 335 before I fly back to Texas. I'll be able to lift while I'm there, but whether I'll be able to keep up my current schedule is yet to be seen. I'll be getting less sleep, be more active, and I'm not sure how much control I'll have over food. So my recovery might be hurt a little. Kinda nervous, mostly pumped and ready to go.
#42605 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Hey guys I need some honest work out advice and I need you to hear me out. I'm a 20y/o male (5'10'' ~180lb) in college with little time to work out. First and foremost, I DO NOT want to do 5x5 strong lifts. I'm sorry, this just doesn't interest me.

Anyways, I'm looking to do workouts for ~an hour 3x a week. I'm mainly looking to lose a little weight and shape my muscles some more. I'd say I'm about 15lb off from ideal. i used to do a split routine but I don't have time for that anymore. I do cardio right now (I ride my bike) but other than that nothing.

I don't necessarily need a set plan, but I would like some advice on building a workout. I can't find anything that suits me online.

Above all else though, I really am only looking to work out 3 times a week because I can't do anymore than that. I know I'm not gonna get super swole or gain super lean muscle, but I'm just looking to stay healthy and lose some fat (and maybe even gain a little muscle).

#42609 to #42605 - dudewtflolpoo
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Push day - Mon
Pull day - wed
Legs -fri
repeat.
#42614 to #42609 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Okay that's what I was thinking. Any specific routines or exercise I should definitely include though?

Also do you think it would be bad if I did squats and bench every other day or should I limit those to my "leg" and "push" day?
#42608 to #42605 - anon
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(01/22/2016) [-]
5x5 is easily your best bet
#42607 to #42605 - anon
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Do Strong Lifts 5x5 faggot
#42613 to #42607 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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(01/22/2016) [-]
I don't like the idea of it to be honest. I've tried it before for a month, and while the gains were all right, I just couldn't see myself doing it any longer than that. I also don't think it works as well as people say it does, I've done some research on it. Good for beginner like me, but if I wanted to power lift I'd do real power lifting.
#42623 to #42613 - baglesbites
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Even if you don't want to do stronglifts, it's so popular because it works. If you're trying to make gains on such low volume, you're going to need to work on a few compound movements (squat, bench, deadlift, chin up, overhead press, row) and work them hard. Do full body 3x a week or you could try a push/pull split with squats at the beginning of every other workout that way you can do more upper body volume over the week while still getting full lower body development. Add deadlifts to pull day and you cover all the bases.
#42629 to #42623 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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(01/23/2016) [-]
I don't care about getting stronger, just getting my definition of healthier
#42630 to #42629 - baglesbites
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(01/23/2016) [-]
The easiest way to get leaner is to add muscle mass simply because more lean mass means you have less fat in relation to your bodyweight. I get that lifting isn't everyones game, but some sort of muscle building will help you look and feel better than if you just dieted hard or ran a lot. If not 5x5, P/P/L like #42605 would probably be sufficient. It's also a misnomer that 5x5 routines only build strength. They pack on a lot of muscle for newbies because it places a lot of stress on the body and that means burning a ton of calories.
#42628 to #42623 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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(01/23/2016) [-]
I just said I'm not trying to make gains, I'm trying to lean out
#42616 to #42613 - anon
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(01/23/2016) [-]
I was just trolling man)) goodluck
#42606 to #42605 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Body weights or dead weights are good with me.

I'd say max 4 times a week, ~1 hour each day
#42600 - tatsuma
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Hey FJ,
Last year I weighed around 170lbs but after working out and doing lots of cardio I slimmed down to 138lbs. But lately I lost all motivation to keep working out, I have a new job that takes up 3/4 of my day and now I rarely go out, plus my lovelife is shit.

What motivates you? Help me out, please?
#42601 to #42600 - baglesbites
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Lifting weights is like crack, its an addiction so there's no motivation needed. Also how do you walk around that light? I dropped to the low 170s bodyweight and felt like I was wasting away to nothing and had no energy
#42612 to #42601 - marinepenguin
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Tfw I was 145 at 6'3 for several years.
#42621 to #42612 - baglesbites
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(01/23/2016) [-]
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#42602 to #42601 - tatsuma
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(01/22/2016) [-]
I did more cardio than lifting weights also I took multivitamin and protein shakes.
I'm probably shorter than you, most likely. Life is hard when you're 5"5, there's no love. I used to run almost everyday in the morning and night, for awhile I had a shit ton of energy.
#42622 to #42602 - baglesbites
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Given your height, your body weight isn't that bad at all. If you're trying to stay motivated, find the type of fitness that you feel the most pull. Try out different styles of weight lifting, biking, swimming, ect. until you find one that you love and don't ever want to stop. Long term motivation is all from yourself and no amount of motivational speeches or videos will help you after a certain point.
#42779 to #42622 - tatsuma
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Thanks man, I've read your comment a while and tried to start again. Sorry about the late reply
I'm starting to run, for now it's hell but I'll keep at it. Thanks for replying,bud
#42598 - gomugomuno
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(01/22/2016) [-]
i get back pain the blue are it's not on the spine but the muscle next to it. any stretches or workouts i can do to fix this. i get pain like this mostly when I'm sitting down for long periods of time.
#42599 to #42598 - Draigor
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Stand up every once in a while and stretch out. Also, get a mini foam roller and roll out your back.
#42588 - marinepenguin
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Been doing cheater curls followed by 21s at the end of my pull workouts. Did through 45s on my 20 pound bar for the first time just to see what I could do. Got 8, 6, then 5 reps. Bicep pump strong.

Some curls
#42617 to #42588 - KMD
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Anyone up for some 135 straight bar curls?
#42619 to #42617 - marinepenguin
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(01/23/2016) [-]
Someday......
#42610 to #42588 - the one and only
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(01/22/2016) [-]
21s are amazing, i only do up to 25 kg or 55 lbs i think? And it just gives such an amazkng pump.
#42611 to #42610 - marinepenguin
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(01/22/2016) [-]
I like to do them after heavier sets of curls, makes the pump even stronger and I can usually lift a little heavier on the 21s.
#42597 to #42588 - Draigor
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(01/22/2016) [-]
mmm yes I just did some cheater dumbbell curls towards the end of my workout this morning. felt good
#42594 to #42588 - myunknown
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(01/22/2016) [-]
135lbs form got worse but my arms have gotten pretty okey development with cheat reps followed by much lighter isolation. Plus considering my bw was only 160 at the time.
#42590 to #42588 - myunknown
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(01/22/2016) [-]
nice i got some cheat curls with 135lbs might post it
#42591 to #42590 - marinepenguin
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(01/22/2016) [-]
I've never done them til recently. I like to do negatives on the way down too.

And you should.
#42592 to #42591 - marinepenguin
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Even though you'd just be showing me up haha
#42593 to #42592 - myunknown
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(01/22/2016) [-]
not at all haha your form is much better the first couple were pretty good had a nice extension, i can't remember when I recorded it but i'll be sure to film a more up to date one
#42589 to #42588 - marinepenguin
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Threw* not Did through. Dumb phone.
#42586 - rakaka
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Gonna start eating 3 boiled eggs every morning for breakfast. What else should I eat with this? 182 lbs. and 5'11". I was thinking a slice of toast or something for a carb. Any better ideas for a quick breakfast?
#42638 to #42586 - maddboiy
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(01/23/2016) [-]
i usually have either 4 scrambled eggs or 100g of granola if im in a rush.
#42596 to #42586 - Draigor
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Oats are good. Let them soak ina bowl of milk the night before, the so the next morning you can just grab em from the fridge and eat it.

If toast, add some peanut butter and optional jam to that shit.

Also, you can eat more eggs. The whole "cholesterol from da egg is bad mmkay" was disproven by the same guy who claimed it.
#42584 - mondominiman
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(01/22/2016) [-]
What would happen if you ate junk food every day but still worked out with your current routine.
#42595 to #42584 - Draigor
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(01/22/2016) [-]
All depends how much junk food. Jonnie Candito lost like 20 lbs and got leaner by eating taco bell pretty much every day
#42587 to #42584 - myunknown
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(01/22/2016) [-]
i'm on that dirty bulking ish right now, luckily I have a very fast metabolism and okay genetics so I don't get too bad looking, but it's definitely not best for you. a clean diet is a happy diet
#42585 to #42584 - marinepenguin
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(01/22/2016) [-]
You'd see reduced gains, worse body composition, and you'd generally feel like shit.
#42580 - Elk
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(01/22/2016) [-]
TFW your only cardio involves the B button
TFW your only cardio involves the B button
#42583 to #42580 - KMD
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(01/22/2016) [-]
I'm loving these
#42581 to #42580 - Elk
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(01/22/2016) [-]
Comment Picture
#42571 - studbeefpile
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(01/21/2016) [-]
Why would anyone watch porn when you can just watch Olympic Lifters squat instead?
#42582 to #42571 - marinepenguin
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(01/22/2016) [-]
So fluid...

Such perfect technique...

Excuse me, I-I need a moment.
#42563 - softlyrustled
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(01/21/2016) [-]
I've gone from 265 to 175 lbs (5 11") since August 2014, like 95% of it was from HARD dieting. I ate 1400 calories a day for months on end. I think I have about 15-20 pounds to lose to get shredded, but now I'm starting to worry about muscle loss.
I aim for 1600 calories a day and about 150-180gs of protein a day. Is this enough to ward off muscle loss? My stats are already shit, I don't want to lose what little I have before I start bulking.
I'm on a 5x5 program with two days of cardio a week.
#42564 to #42563 - marinepenguin
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(01/21/2016) [-]
If you're lifting and doing some higher rep bodybuilding type work, you'll be preserving some muscle mass. But at 175 and 5'11 after losing 90 pounds you shouldn't have too much body fat I'd think.
#42565 to #42564 - softlyrustled
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(01/21/2016) [-]
It's not excessive, but loose skin definitely makes what I have look worse. Took this pic a while ago, chest has firmed up a bit since then. Guesstimate my BF%? I think I'm between 15-20.
#42572 to #42565 - KMD
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(01/21/2016) [-]
I need you to not get butt hurt from what i'm about to say. I work with bodybuilders in a bodybuilding gym and I do a lot of things with them one of them is measuring BF%. You're above 20% if your back and legs are on par with the front of your torso. Also dieting hard and losing that much weight could've caused some metabolic damage, I'm not saying you're metabolism is shut down but it might have suffered a bit from being a 250+lbs person on a 150lbs man's diet for months on end. With even just that slight damage and your body knowing what it was to be that fat (i assume for a number of years) you're going to put on fat when you try to increase your caloric intake. Don't get frustrated or worried because that happens to pretty much every single adult person on the planet. You'll just have to diet it off when you go back to cutting.
#42576 to #42572 - softlyrustled
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(01/21/2016) [-]
That doesn't make me mad, I did it to myself. If anything it makes me want to put a gun in my mouth.
How much weight do you think I have to lose? Is 1600 calories too little?
#42578 to #42576 - KMD
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(01/21/2016) [-]
Sorry I for got to elaborate on what severe metabolic damage is. You're no where close to it. People that get severe damage are mostly bodybuilders who will do a string of contests instead of spacing them out and end up having to take too many compounds to keep them in a good enough shape because they have bad genetics. You are fine
#42577 to #42576 - KMD
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(01/21/2016) [-]
Because your bw is low enough now 1600-2000 calories should be fine as long as you're sticking to clean foods or a professionally planned diet. Metabolic damage, as long as it is not severe can be reversed by just not dieting so hard. I wouldn't be putting guns in my mouth either, lead is too calorie dense for a good cut.
#42566 to #42565 - marinepenguin
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(01/21/2016) [-]
Yeah I'd agree. I'd put you at 18% at the highest. Personally I wouldn't be cutting so dramatically at this point. If you want to cut, just eat a little below maintenance while lifting and doing your cardio.

I'd say your getting close to starting a slow lean bulk.
#42567 to #42566 - softlyrustled
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(01/21/2016) [-]
Yeah, I've been planning to get down to about 10% or until I can clearly see abs before I bulk. As a former fatty, I'm terrified of getting fat again. Do you have any good calorie/macro needs calculators? I've tried a lot, but they all seem to spit out different numbers.
#42568 to #42567 - marinepenguin
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(01/21/2016) [-]
Yeah I can understand that. Everyone has a fear of reverting back to how they were before. But you won't, so no worries.

And most online calculators are bull. You'll have to experiment on your own. Personally during my initial bulk I was eating 4000 calories a day, I hover around 3300-3500 now. I'd say start with 3000 calories a day, and if you put on a pound or two in a week, then good, ideally I'd aim for a pound. If that's not enough, add 100 calories, if it's too much and you're putting on some extra fat, lower it by a hundred or throw in some extra cardio. You'll learn your sweet spot eventually and you'll see excellent progress.
#42569 to #42568 - softlyrustled
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(01/21/2016) [-]
How many pounds do you gain before you decide to cut again? I understand it's kind of a personal thing, but it's be nice to have something to shoot for.
#42570 to #42569 - marinepenguin
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(01/21/2016) [-]
That's all on you, I say that because I personally put on 70 pounds, and I've never gone on an official cut. I've just improved my body composition and built muscle while losing fat. I believe that if you take your time and allow a slow bulk to happen, you shouldn't ever NEED to cut. Big periods of bulking and cutting aren't necessary to see progress unless you're drastically changing your body. If you bulk correctly, you won't ever need to cut again.
#42562 - noburt
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(01/21/2016) [-]
Hello! First time posting here. I want to get fit. I know it is not simple, but it is something that I know would be good for me. I have some weights in my room along with a stretching machine. I want to be fit all and about, both endurance and and muscular. I don't know too much but I know some things with lifting and such.
#42553 - redpancake
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(01/21/2016) [-]
Hello
I started a police program at my local college and it has a big fitness portion that I find i'm struggling with. I've been finding it difficult to get myself motivated to show up and participate since everyone else is pretty fit and i'm the only over weight guy there. to put things in perspective, I'm 21, 6ft 4in, 340 pounds, male and I do some walking every so often. the fact my building doesn't have an elevator means I have to walk the 3 flights of stairs to go anuwhere. Like, I really want to make a better change in my fitness. I'd love to have a six pack for my girlfriend to show off to people and shit. I'm just finding it hard to gt going.
What do you guys do to start on that path? Am I the only one who's finding it impossible to get on the right track to being fit?

I wanna be a good cop and I want to someday join up with the Canadian Armed Forces as a MP.

I'd appreciate any good tips you guys have!
#42557 to #42553 - dudewtflolpoo
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(01/21/2016) [-]
start to diet and workout. losing weight will make life much easier in general.

Jump on a stronglift 5x5, and add cardio for a little extra fat loss.
#42554 to #42553 - redpancake
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(01/21/2016) [-]
The main goal is to be able to complete the PREP test that most police here have to complete in under and a half minutes, and they expect a good cop to be able to run 2.5km in under 11 minutes. I do the run in like -4 minutes on average and the PREP in 3-4 minutes.
#42555 to #42554 - redpancake
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(01/21/2016) [-]
I mean 24 minutes, not -4 lol
#42552 - heeveejeevees
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(01/21/2016) [-]
I've done a lot of research between cardio vs strength training and people keep on saying that i should do more cardio for fat loss and strength training, other people say otherwise. so which is which really?

#42556 to #42552 - marinepenguin
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(01/21/2016) [-]
It depends on what your goals are. Most of the time lifting weights will be superior to cardio.
#42547 - marinepenguin
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(01/21/2016) [-]
Here's part of my push day, enjoy the music you faggots.

Floor press was 175, scraper OHP was 80.
#42558 to #42547 - studbeefpile
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(01/21/2016) [-]
why the piss is Adel in this video
#42559 to #42558 - marinepenguin
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(01/21/2016) [-]
Because I thought it'd be annoying
#42560 to #42559 - studbeefpile
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(01/21/2016) [-]
you succeeded