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User avatar #45048 - vermillionbobcat
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Can I just use the stairmaster instead of running?
User avatar #45063 to #45048 - cptmongtard
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Yep! A lot of people prefer stairs to running
User avatar #45088 to #45063 - vermillionbobcat
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Ayyyyy thank you very much!
User avatar #45089 to #45088 - cptmongtard
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Any time, bud
User avatar #45047 - SuperSixONE
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So I was almost obese a year or two ago, and now I'm just a bit chubby. I want to take the next step so I'm counting my calories, and I'm losing weight, but I'm not really shitting. Like only a tiny amount. I normally only poop like once every 2-3 days, so a tiny amount every 3 days is worrying. Anyone had experience with this? Do I need to eat more?
#45120 to #45047 - KMD
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What is the consistency of the shit when it does come out? ie. hard balls, liquid, fluffy mush, green? details damnit! I need details!
User avatar #45126 to #45120 - SuperSixONE
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Mushy with solid bits I guess. (Appetizing, right?)
User avatar #45062 to #45047 - cptmongtard
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Since shit is waste products, I would assume your body is using what you put in more efficiently and so not creating as much waste. I'm not certain though
User avatar #45064 to #45062 - SuperSixONE
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That's what I thought, but I don't know how bad it is for me though (or if it's bad at all).
User avatar #45065 to #45064 - cptmongtard
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It makes sense to me. May be worth seeing a physician if you're worried
#45045 - KMD
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What do you guys wanna do next? back double bi?
User avatar #45046 to #45045 - studbeefpile
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QUADS
User avatar #45050 to #45046 - cptmongtard
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Noooooo
User avatar #45051 to #45050 - studbeefpile
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Why? Don't you squat?
User avatar #45057 to #45051 - cptmongtard
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I've got a torn ligament in my knee so as a result my leg loads have gone down considerably, so they've gotten much smaller
#45025 - KMD
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sorry was supposed to do this last night but I didn't have time after family dinner.
405×5 @225lbs and 6'3"
User avatar #45033 to #45025 - marinepenguin
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>tfw 6'3 and aiming to be 230 by new year's
User avatar #45072 to #45033 - cptmongtard
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>tfw 5'10" and aiming to be 180 solid by new years. It's only 15lbs of pure lean mass. Right?
User avatar #45081 to #45072 - marinepenguin
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Well I'm 190 right now. So it's just 40 for me..
User avatar #45082 to #45081 - cptmongtard
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You're leaner than me and don't have to come down to 168 though. I might just keep boxing but not fight and move up to HW through the year, starting competing again when I'm comfortable at that sort of weight
User avatar #45084 to #45082 - marinepenguin
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>restricting your bodies gains through "weight classes"

I wouldn't allow myself to do that haha.
User avatar #45085 to #45084 - cptmongtard
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I've been boxing far longer than I've been lifting to be fair. If I get to be a legit pro, I'll go superheavyweight and just be hoooooge
#45041 to #45033 - KMD
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I was 248 but I've been dieting down for the last 3 weeks.
User avatar #45042 to #45041 - marinepenguin
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I started at 145 a couple years ago, and have gone from 215 to 178, back up to 220, and now back down to 190ish. I'm hoping to have a more stable lifting period starting soon where I can put on good size and strength.
User avatar #45032 to #45025 - Draigor
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I wont rag on the depth since everyone else is, but you obviously have the strength with how fast the set was. I'm assuming you've got a short torso or long femurs wich is creating all that forward lean.
#45040 to #45032 - KMD
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I'm all femur. The depth was fairly low. If I go much lower my lower back will start to round. That's also why I don't bounce off the bottom.
User avatar #45083 to #45040 - studbeefpile
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Have you tried squatting high bar? I have super long femurs too, and I've found that high bar squats work great for overall leg development for me - plus you can stay much more upright while still hitting actual depth. Seems like doing low bar like that in addition to already deadlifting and stuff would leave your quads almost completely ignored.
#45097 to #45083 - KMD
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I do do a lot of work for my quads for that exact reason. I just never liked high bar squats really. probably because I'm a puss in boots. Usually I try to stay as upright as possible because I know the low bar is going to push me forward but my camera guy was taking too long so i was standing there in knee wraps from probably 5 mins and just wanted to get the video over with. I didn't realize at the time how poor quality the reps ended up being.
#45107 to #45097 - baglesbites
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Does low bar feel more comfortable in the hole for you? I found I felt more stable with 300+ low bar than 2 plates high bar.
User avatar #45099 to #45097 - studbeefpile
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Damn I know those wrap feels.

Getting comfortable with high bar takes a lot of time, consistency, and mobility work, but it's definitely worth it in the end, trust me.
User avatar #45030 to #45025 - asotil
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Depth is questionable from this angle, but it looks like it might be at most like an inch or two
User avatar #45028 to #45025 - studbeefpile
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Hard to tell depth from that angle, but it didn't look too bad. Might wanna work on staying a bit more upright though.
#45026 to #45025 - KMD
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this is also just the start of my 5x5
#45013 - anon id: fba99c65
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yo i need someone creative... since i dont have enough weights(i workout at home) i hang bags of sand from my bar to add some weight but how am i supposed to do deadlifts? sorry if i didnt explain properly but i hope you understand
User avatar #45015 to #45013 - cptmongtard
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Electrical tape or some shit
User avatar #45008 - comandante
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Hey guys, i want to start doing 5x5, this was recommended to me, but i didn't listen. So if i watch what i eat, and do the basic 5x5, would i see fat loss along with muscle gain? im just a bit chubby, size 34 in pants, and im 5"7' 170 pounds. I keep reading 5x5 is not for 5 loss, but if its weight lifting, shouldn't i tone up and lose fat also?
User avatar #45016 to #45008 - cptmongtard
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For a few months, if you're new to training, you should recomposite your body, but after that you'll either need to change up your training to strength for compound movements but hypertrophy for accessories, and add some cardio in to continue seeing the same sort of thing
#45007 - studbeefpile
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Hit up some close grip towards the end of my press session tonight. This is 195x5. Just going for good form and speed.

(Lifting starts at 24 seconds in)
User avatar #45034 to #45007 - cptmongtard
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Your close grip is my normal grip
User avatar #45006 - mommamadeira
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Favorite post workout shakes? I like banana/blueberry/strawberry with half a cup of milk. Not really ideal in any way I know but it's my favorite. Sometimes I throw in some broccoli and kale since they're good for you and I can barely taste.
User avatar #45049 to #45006 - vermillionbobcat
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Semen is the best for recovery.
User avatar #45036 to #45006 - marinepenguin
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1 cup of milk
2 big spoonfuls of peanut butter
1-2 bananas
3-4 scoops of Critical Shock After mass
2 scoops of ice cream
Chocolate syrup because it's delicious and I love chocolate
2 tablespoons of olive oil
If I didn't forget anything, it's usually 2000ish calories and 100 grams of protein
User avatar #45039 to #45036 - marinepenguin
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Forgot 4 eggs and it's 2 cups of milk
User avatar #45037 to #45036 - mommamadeira
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Jesus that's more calories than I eat in an entire day.
User avatar #45038 to #45037 - marinepenguin
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I'm usually eating 4-5k on a good bulk.

When I get finished with military training in two weeks I'll be starting it back up.
User avatar #45068 to #45038 - loomiss
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4-5k?
Holy shit man.
I was thinking about 3-3.5k when I started back up. I supposed you are taller than me.
Any thoughts on intermittent fasting?
User avatar #45080 to #45068 - marinepenguin
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Well when I'm eating that much I'm usually lifting with ridiculous volumes, running, and doing conditioning too.

And IF is okay, it's helped me lean out a little in the past, but I wouldn't use it as a permanent strategy.
User avatar #45071 to #45068 - cptmongtard
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Intermittent Fasting is fucking fantastic. I use it when I need to make weight, combined with carb cycling, and it works wonders. Went from 185 to 168 in a fortnight a month ago
User avatar #45020 to #45006 - Draigor
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Cup of oats, 2 scoops chocolate whey, 4 raw eggs, lil bit of milk, 2 frozen bananas

peanut butter optional
User avatar #45012 to #45006 - asotil
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Whole milk, 3 scoops of Gold Standard, and a tiny bit of chocolate syrup for calceit activation. Normally drink 2 of these
User avatar #45035 to #45012 - cptmongtard
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T. a tiny bit of chocolate syrup because I like chocolate syrup but need to justify myself
User avatar #45100 to #45035 - Draigor
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I think you triggered stud
User avatar #45110 to #45100 - cptmongtard
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It's cause I'm a CIS male with white privelege
User avatar #45053 to #45035 - studbeefpile
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Alright, he justifies chocolate syrup, so how do you justify being so small?

Think before you talk dert, dude. So what, he likes to eat. He's also way stronger than you. Take a step back kid. Focus on getting strong, then maybe you can talk.
User avatar #45058 to #45053 - cptmongtard
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We all like to eat, and we don't judge on this board. I didn't say he's a PoS for liking chocolate syrup because I don't know a sane man that doesn't, and the dude's solid. Pretty sure he posted a 4pl8 squat a few days ago and that's pretty much my DL max on a good day
User avatar #45055 to #45053 - cptmongtard
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Why did you take so much offense to that? Also for my weight I'm stronger than probably 90%, I have a 154lb seated shoulder press, 264lb bench, 308lb squat with a torn ligament in my knee, and a 418lb DL
User avatar #45056 to #45055 - cptmongtard
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Also, I weigh 170lbs and justify being small by the fact that I box professionally and have to make 168 every few months so I can't afford to get heavy
User avatar #45059 to #45056 - studbeefpile
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Professionally? So you box for a living? I have a hard time believing that. You should post vids of your lifting. I have a difficult time believing you bench 260, as well. You're getting awfully defensive, and I barely said anything to you. I just told you not to be an asshole when it's not justified.
User avatar #45061 to #45059 - cptmongtard
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260 isn't anything special for 2 years of lifting
User avatar #45066 to #45061 - studbeefpile
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I'm mostly sceptical of it because I've seen your pecs and arms.
User avatar #45067 to #45066 - cptmongtard
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But it's not a high 1RM at all? I'd understand scepticism if I'd said 3 plate but 2.5 plates while bulking, with 100 for 5 reps being the usual top of the pyramid is nothing special
User avatar #45069 to #45067 - studbeefpile
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Cool man. Post a vid.
User avatar #45070 to #45069 - cptmongtard
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It'll be the end of the month, but no problem
User avatar #45171 to #45070 - mommamadeira
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Excellent idea on 3min on 1 off for jump rope and heavy bag. Let me do it with much more intensity and not worry about lasting, shit was cash. Gonna do that from now on.
User avatar #45181 to #45171 - cptmongtard
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Glad to hear it!
User avatar #45073 to #45070 - mommamadeira
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All I wanted to know was other shakes to try for post workouts, lol.
User avatar #45074 to #45073 - cptmongtard
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I don't know what got up his arse to be fair. Also, I don't drink shakes very much cause I eat more than enough protein, but when I do, it's either 3 scoops of MyProtein Latte Whey Isolate + 2 tbsp PB2.0 + Water or 4 scoops Mutant Mass Strawberry & Banana + 1 banana + milk depending on whether I've boxed or not. Usually I have
User avatar #45075 to #45074 - mommamadeira
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One thing I know for sure is there are very few people in shape at the levels of most boxers. I just started trying out adding whey protein to my fatty shake, half a cup blueberries, half a cup raspberries, half a cup strawberries, and half a cup milk. I haven't been measuring the amount of protein I get like I have my calories but I eat meat or fish every night. Usually atlantic salmon, chicken breasts, and steak once a week because I fucking love steak. Normally I just drink a shake made of various fruits for lunch in substitute for a midday meal, just recently started post workouts.
User avatar #45077 to #45075 - cptmongtard
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I think that's why I'm unbeaten so far. I sit at 180-185 when I'm not leading up to a weigh in, with some pretty decent mass because I lift, and cut down to middleweight for fights, so I've got a better composition than most of the guys that box. I've also been boxing for 5 years, and spent the last year boxing 2-3 hours a day most days so that definitely helps. Sounds like a great shake, the raspberries would fuck me up though cause I'm allergic. Sounds lie a solid diet to be fair. When I'm cutting down I eat a shitload of protein and do intermittent fasting, usually get 1800-2000 calories
User avatar #45078 to #45077 - mommamadeira
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I've heard good things about intermittent fasting but I'm not quite that level into it yet. I made the mistake of dieting down to <1000cal a day for two months. Dropped 25lbs but now my gut's a little fucky. I started adding that shake into it the mix along with my normal breakfast of eatmeal/eggs, lunch of broccoli/carrots/kale in a broth and protein dinner to try to even out and sit at 1500 cal.
User avatar #45079 to #45078 - cptmongtard
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I definitely couldn't hack that much of a deficit, I passed out when I tried 1400. Some mad weight to drop in two months though, my man! Must be proud! I think the reason IF works for me is that it lets me eat something substantial after training without cheating on my diet. Had a big session this morning so my feed period consisted of a Tuna sandwich, a Chicken wrap, a steak pasty and a tub of pasta
User avatar #45086 to #45079 - mommamadeira
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damn fam. All I did today was some abs since it's my rest day. Eating some non-breaded tilapia that I can't really cook so well. Too much pepper's burning my damn mouth.
User avatar #45095 to #45086 - cptmongtard
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Any time, mate
User avatar #45093 to #45086 - cptmongtard
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Yeah, I'm lucky enough to still have my teeth intact. Try doing 3 minutes on, 1 off, repeat 5 times for heavy bag, 5 times for skipping. That's a traditional approach to it
User avatar #45094 to #45093 - mommamadeira
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Definitely will, tomorrow in fact. Thanks fam.
User avatar #45091 to #45086 - cptmongtard
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15 minutes is a long as fuck interval for bag work! I've sparred with martial artists before and it's tough for both of us because of the different disciplines. Especially a friend of mine, who practices Savate, he broke my wrist with a kick

I love skipping, great cardio and great for developing footwork and coorination. A lot of new fighters don't understand the importance of it, but it's great for having your feet move according to your hands, being able to move the feet precisely without having to glance dow. You can tell when a boxer just boxes as soon as you step in the ring with them because they're not aware of what position their feet are in enough. Easy enough to develop with ladder runs, box jumps and skipping
User avatar #45092 to #45091 - mommamadeira
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Yeah I suppose it might be more beneficial for smaller intervals with more intensity, I just haven't really tried fine tuning anything up to this point other than diet. For sure on the differing styles though, lost a tooth to a boxer once because, and I quote "Everyone should know the cross follows the step body straight body hook.". I did not.
User avatar #45087 to #45086 - cptmongtard
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Sounds damn nice, man! And I'm not a fish person! (inb4 aquaman)

I did an hour of pad work, 2 hours of lifting (pull) and an hour of bags, then was back up doing sparring a bit later in the day
User avatar #45090 to #45087 - mommamadeira
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I do enjoy hammering a bag, have for the longest. tried doing some amateur MMA when I was 17 but never got too much into it before I went off to college, def didn't go undefeated. My cardio workout (Which is tomorrow) consist of 15 minute intervals of going ham on heavy bag, 1 minute rest and water, 15 minute jump rope, 1 min rest and water, repeat 3 times then sprints for 10 minutes(30 second sprint 30 second rest).

What's your opinion on jump rope? I think it's one of the best workouts out there as far as general usefulness, gets calf muscles for days and real good cardio.
User avatar #45060 to #45059 - cptmongtard
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Not for a living, but I earn money for each fight. I'm not getting defensive at all, I'm explaining myself cause you took what I said way out of hand, considering you said yourself "This is the fit board, he was talking dert. That's what happens"
#45014 to #45012 - KMD
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This here is probably one of the reasons you can't see your toes bud.
User avatar #45019 to #45014 - asotil
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This here's one of the reasons you don't bench 300 bud
#45023 to #45019 - KMD
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there's not a single lift you can beat me in fat boy
User avatar #45029 to #45023 - asotil
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Apart from literally any of them, Mr. Skeltal
#45043 to #45029 - KMD
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You've already told me all of your max lifts and all 3 of mine are heavier.
User avatar #45054 to #45043 - studbeefpile
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Also I don't think you bench with a pause. Wouldn't be surprised if you had some crazy bounce action going on. Prove me wrong though, post some vids. Also post vids of squat depth pls.
User avatar #45052 to #45043 - studbeefpile
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Eyy, but you don't squat to depth tho.
User avatar #45044 to #45043 - asotil
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Sure they are
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#45009 to #45006 - KMD
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half cup of egg whites, 2 tbsp coconut oil, 2 scoops isolate protein powder a tray of ice cubes and fill in the rest with some water.
User avatar #45010 to #45009 - the one and only
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The good stuff!
User avatar #45004 - marinepenguin
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I've actually gained a couple pounds since I've been back at the Squadron. Things are looking up.
#44969 - loomiss
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Cardio.. not even once.
(about a year and a half of lifting
User avatar #44988 to #44969 - nwbballplayer
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Dude, nice transformation from Neds Declassified School Survivor Guide
User avatar #44985 to #44969 - marinepenguin
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Nice puberty bro.

good job though
User avatar #44989 to #44985 - loomiss
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Fuck you i was 18 on the right and 20 on the left not puberty dick munch
User avatar #45017 to #44989 - cptmongtard
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You were 18? You look 6
User avatar #45003 to #44989 - studbeefpile
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Calm down child. This is the fit board, he was talking dert. That's what happens. Chill out, youngling.
#45024 to #45003 - loomiss
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IM OLDER THAN YOU REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
I know, cnat i defend myself from some good ol banter
User avatar #45027 to #45024 - studbeefpile
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Age is not necessarily directly correlated to maturity. There are plenty of 30+ year old children walking around.
User avatar #45031 to #45027 - loomiss
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I was directing that at your comment youngling, which in most cases is a reference to age.
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User avatar #44990 to #44989 - marinepenguin
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Well people can still develop later. I did fill into my body until I was 19. Lifting helped me a ton as well, but it's obvious that you look 5 years older in your after photo that you just grew naturally a bunch too.
User avatar #44991 to #44990 - loomiss
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I mean I was the exact same height and stuff so i didnt really grow much
User avatar #44992 to #44991 - marinepenguin
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And I was the same way.
User avatar #44993 to #44992 - loomiss
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Nigga thats not puberty thats eating 3500+ calories a day.
User avatar #44994 to #44993 - marinepenguin
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......I was giving you shit about the puberty part, I didn't mean it literally
User avatar #44995 to #44994 - loomiss
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FUCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCK YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
User avatar #44996 to #44995 - marinepenguin
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What was your weight before and after btw?
User avatar #44997 to #44996 - loomiss
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130
160
User avatar #44998 to #44997 - marinepenguin
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Solid
User avatar #44974 to #44969 - asotil
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After a year of lifting you've gone from a man to an 11 year old boy

The Curse of Marinepenguin claims another soul on this sad day
User avatar #44966 - marinepenguin
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So at what age in a man's mind does it just make sense to sit in a locker room naked for copious amounts of time. Like is it a gradual process where the grooming and undressing ritual gets longer? Or does he just wake up one morning and get the urge to blow dry his asshole for 45 minutes?
User avatar #44975 to #44966 - asotil
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About the same time they try to make themselves look younger, did you get called out on it today or something?
User avatar #44979 to #44975 - marinepenguin
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I'm confused by the constant shit-slinging from the real life version of the marshmallow puff man.
#44982 to #44979 - asotil
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I see you read my Instagram hashtags
User avatar #44983 to #44982 - marinepenguin
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I actually didn't haha. Was that one of them?
User avatar #44984 to #44983 - asotil
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For my first belted squat I tagged it #literallyasausagelink and #michellinman
#44968 to #44966 - KMD
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I feel like it's more of an age thing Like as more and more of your gym buddies die the more time you need to spend naked in the changing room as the sole survivor of your clan. The last warrior must pray the longest.
#44965 - KMD
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I might have a nice little video for you guys tomorrow night. Depends how quickly I can recover from this food poisoning.
User avatar #44957 - thumbfortrump
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Is there such a thing as an ideal weight? Like a weight that is the most healthy (given that you exercise regularly). And if so, how do you calculate it.
#44964 to #44957 - KMD
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An ideal weight is very hard to determine. You're best bet is to go off of body fat %. So if i'm 6'3" and 245lbs at 25% bf v.s. being 6'3" 245lbs and 12%bf theres a huge difference without changing the weight. Now if your bf% is at a nominal level, say 12-15% bf, and you can keep it in that range while you put on muscle you'll eventually reach an uncomfortable weight for your build/ height. So in order to find YOUR ideal weight you're going to need to bring the body fat down to an optimal level then start packing on the pounds until you feel comfortable. That's really the only way to find your individual ideal weight in an ideal world. This should take about 3-5 years with a serious commitment & coach.
User avatar #44970 to #44964 - thumbfortrump
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Okay cool, thanks.
User avatar #44961 to #44957 - marinepenguin
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A lot of people refer to BMI for an optimal weight range. But that becomes inaccurate when you have above average muscle mass.
User avatar #44962 to #44961 - thumbfortrump
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Yeah, but I was wondering if there was anywhere in-between that range that is considered optimal.
User avatar #44963 to #44962 - marinepenguin
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Like, a range that's within the optimal range of the BMI that's considered even more healthy?

Not that I know of. Personally I hate using BMI anyways. Generally there's a large range of weights where you can be healthy depending on your levels of muscle mass and body fat.
#44952 - doctersmiles
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do ya'll own fitness trackers? which one do ya'll go for? anyone tested a few and has found a favorite?
i'm leaning to the fitbit blaze because it can record heart rate, and average pace, and all the other basic stuff through your phone?
i'm down for anything in the same 200$ range
User avatar #45018 to #44952 - cptmongtard
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If you run, they're fantastic, my Mum has one and she loves it. Anything else it's pretty useless
#44971 to #44952 - KMD
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I used a calorie counter on my phone once for a few days..
#44948 - asotil
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"You shouldn't squat down that far it's bad for your knees"
"There's no reason to deadlift, there's no time in life you'll ever need that much vertical force"
"Benching like that is how you get a broken ribcage, it shouldn't ever touch you"
"Oh I'm just doing my circuit Quarter squats of 135, some fucking abomination of speed ladder that looks like it's just a pushup in each rung, Crossfit Momentum-Circle Pullups (he almost got one) , y'know I don't wanna get TOO big y'know, I'm more of a Daniel Craig kinda guy y'know"
"Gotta set a good example for my boys y'know, I'm the junior Varsity football coach at *0-12 PAST 8 YEARS HIGHSCHOOL*"
"Yeah *GYM OWNER* was telling me we're gonna get rid of the Leg Press and that dumb log, cause you know nobody uses them?"
'I think the gym looks better with the turf in here, that wooden platform was just ugly, it didn't belong in here. I mean what's anyone gonna use it for?"

Please wake me up from this nightmare that is my life
User avatar #44954 to #44948 - nwbballplayer
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I thought you switched to another gym awhile back that wasn't ass cancer?
User avatar #44956 to #44954 - asotil
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That was the back of the supplement center, they had a rack and 80lb heaviest dumbbells and there was no deadlifting allowed because of the telemarketer downstairs. They're opening their actual gym in a few months for $20 a month, and I've seen the equipment

But for a little while its this AIDS or Planet
#44953 to #44948 - baglesbites
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Offer to buy used log to save the owner trouble
Hey Mr. Owner can I keep this piece of equipment I just purchased in your storage area while I'm not using it?

It's a win win.
User avatar #44950 to #44948 - studbeefpile
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Come train in my shed, son. We'll accept you here.
User avatar #44980 to #44950 - marinepenguin
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Will come train when in SC.
User avatar #44987 to #44980 - studbeefpile
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Yes, brother, yes.
User avatar #44976 to #44950 - asotil
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Give coordinates for Gains household pls
User avatar #44977 to #44976 - studbeefpile
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I live in SC, lol.
User avatar #44981 to #44977 - asotil
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Wait seriously? By brothers live in Conway
User avatar #44986 to #44981 - studbeefpile
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I live over in the Greenville area, which is a good two hours away from there, but if you feelin road trippy, go visit your brothlet, then come train, my son
#45001 to #44986 - KMD
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Okay well I'm in Edmonton Alberta so I'll either need a long weekend or I'll need to fly down.
#44999 to #44986 - baglesbites
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I'm visiting family in the Carolinas over the summer, I'll be sure to bring a sacrifice of chalk and smelling salts for the meatstack god
#44972 to #44950 - KMD
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Where is your shed? maybe I'll swing on down if i have an open weekend or something.
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In my back yard, at my house in SC.
#44945 - marinepenguin
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First pull day. I found that I'm really limited on barbell lifts by my grip, I went from deadlifts, to cheater rows,to shrugs and I was always having to stop because of my grip failing. That seems to be a serious problem of mine.

Went pretty light today to get back into the flow of things. Did some sets of 8 with 275 on deadlifts, sets of 12 on rows with 185, then sets of 15 with 185 on shrugs. Did machines or dumbbells for the rest.

Just bought a ton of extra food I plan on eating in these last 2.5 weeks in Texas.
User avatar #44951 to #44945 - studbeefpile
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You must do more work on your lats, my son.
User avatar #44955 to #44951 - marinepenguin
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I haven't found anything that really does much for them yet. They've improved some through better deadlifting and rowing, but nothing spectacular.
#44946 to #44945 - marinepenguin
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Also I'm pretty happy with my back leanness, my lower traps look like a damn vagina.
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Could've sworn this was the front side
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#44935 - dsoapdropp
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As someone who barely started gomad+stronglift5×5 how much does it (if it does) matter if i skip a workout.( I didn' have time one day so i didnt work out so i drank only half a gallon)
User avatar #45002 to #44935 - Draigor
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dont skip too often. every once in a while is fine.
#45005 to #45002 - dsoapdropp
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Thanks man <3
User avatar #45011 to #45005 - Draigor
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no problem doood
User avatar #44932 - mommamadeira
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For someone who hasn't been lifting all that long, does 3 sets 4 pumps at 130lb sound good for benching? I can't do more than four and I am skeptical of a 150 max but it's somewhere around. Need to even out the fatty mantits. Diet as well of course, eating <1000cal a day.
#44943 to #44932 - KMD
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At less than 1000cals/day for as long as you have been doing it is very un-healthy.
what you're doing is starving your body of any outside fuel sources causing your metabolism to shut down. You think "hey iv'e lost a bunch of weight this way by essentially not eating so it works". Now when you reach your target weight what your body is going to be doing is trying to survive by storing any food that you eat into long term storage more or less. So if you get your weight down and you're feeling good and you want to start building muscle whats going to happen is that any carb or fat sources that you take in wont be used as short term fuel by your body like its supposed to. Instead it will be stored as fat. The kicker is the longer and more drastically you diet like this the longer it will take your metabolism to return to a state where it will actually burn the calories from what your eating. Before it returns to normal all you're going to do is put on more and more fat. In extreme cases (Bodybuilders/fitness & figure athletes that do consecutive shows) it could take years to re-start your metabolism. You'r best bet would be to go find a registered dietitian and get an actual diet sorted out before you seriously hurt your insides.
User avatar #44967 to #44943 - mommamadeira
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So would a better way to correct this be to just start eating more, let's say, 1500 calories a day right now, or gradually increase? Also I am building some muscle as well, not a huge amount or anything but a small noticeable amount.
#45000 to #44967 - KMD
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Your best bet would either be pay me to do a diet for you, or go to a registered dietician and get it sorted out there.
User avatar #44937 to #44932 - marinepenguin
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Wait, you're eating fewer than 1000 calories a day?
User avatar #44938 to #44937 - mommamadeira
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Yeah, lost 25lbs in 2 months.
User avatar #44939 to #44938 - marinepenguin
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How heavy/tall are you? Because there are very few times anyone should ever be eating that few of calories. I'm glad you've seen progress, 25 pounds is awesome, but you'll hit a wall pretty quick and won't see any more progress.
User avatar #44941 to #44939 - mommamadeira
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I'd been acting a fool saying I was gonna get in better shape for the longest, and then one day I just decided to hit the ground as hard as I could and keep it going. Been dieting like this for almost 2 months with one day of 2k-2.5k a week. At this point I've just gotten used to it. If I'm not mistaken with my somewhat physically demanding job and modest workout routine I can probably eat 2k a day and maybe lose a little, or 1.5k a day and go a bit more steady. Staved off fruit for the longest but I love it, thought of at least adding a all fruit smoothie for a jump of around 400cal.
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Generally you want to eat around 200-400 calories below maintenance for consistent weight loss. But if what you're doing is working for you currently I won't tell you to change things up. Just keep your protein high.
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I'm 5'7 and 190lbs around. Teetering down slowly but I visited family for a couple days and got a few pounds from it I had to burn first.
#44923 - KMD
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Asotil, what are your totals up to now?
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300 pause bench (hit it again yesterday)
405 squat
435 deadlift but I'm going to try and fix that today
#44930 to #44926 - KMD
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Those are nice totals bud keep up the good work!
#44920 - KMD
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sorry I'm late to the party/fat. also do you guys get pumped up before you shoot? I usually do mine after fasted cardio so I'm the least fat.
User avatar #44958 to #44920 - cptmongtard
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My FDB was right after I woke up, my lats shot was after boxing
User avatar #44936 to #44920 - marinepenguin
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I take mine whenever really,though when j was home it'd be right afterwards when I'm pumped up.