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#7782 - mrhumperdoodle (12/07/2012) [-]
Anyone who rolls dubs give me the most brutal workout you can think of.

pic unrelated, just a random image from one of my folders
User avatar #7880 to #7782 - jizzmonster (12/10/2012) [-]
**jizzmonster rolls 30**
#7822 to #7782 - skyryth (12/08/2012) [-]
**skyryth rolls 71**
Jack off...

WITH YOUR LEFT HAND
User avatar #7818 to #7782 - mrhirxes ONLINE (12/08/2012) [-]
**mrhirxes rolls 97** get out of bed and back in.
User avatar #7790 to #7782 - lolpandas (12/07/2012) [-]
**lolpandas rolls 49** Killer fore-arm workout. You must masturbate 30 times in one hour, with the same hand, whether or not you've got a wood on. Next, with the same arm, find the heaviest dumbbell you can find and do 3 sets of wrist curls to failure. Then do 1 arm push-ups to failure with the same arm.
User avatar #7792 to #7790 - mrhumperdoodle (12/07/2012) [-]
I like your sense of humour
User avatar #7786 to #7782 - thesilentghost **User deleted account** (12/07/2012) [-]
**thesilentghost rolls 89** 4 blocks of 4 sets of 3 repetitions on flat bench press with 80% of your max with 20 to 30 seconds of rest between sets and a minute rest between blocks. Then do 5 sets of lat pulldowns with 10,8,6,4,2 as the repetitions. Third, alternate incline bench press and dumbbell presses for 3 sets of 10 each. Then, 3 sets of 8 repetitions of close grip bench press. Finally, 3 sets of 10 repetitions of peck deck.
User avatar #7787 to #7786 - mrhumperdoodle (12/07/2012) [-]
That sounds like it kills
User avatar #7788 to #7787 - thesilentghost **User deleted account** (12/07/2012) [-]
Yeah, that is the chest exercises for week one of the workout routine that I am doing, it is brutal. If you are interested in the workout, my roommate said that he found it on west side barbell's website.
User avatar #7789 to #7788 - mrhumperdoodle (12/07/2012) [-]
I'll check it out sometime
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#7785 to #7782 - thesilentghost **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #7784 to #7782 - mexicanfood (12/07/2012) [-]
**mexicanfood rolls 06** 30, 100 yard sprints in the pool. You must finish each one in at least a minute and 30 seconds
User avatar #7783 to #7782 - ferrettamer (12/07/2012) [-]
**ferrettamer rolls 60** Do a sit up... And then jog for a minute
User avatar #7780 - Kyue (12/06/2012) [-]
So who has tried/does the Reg Park 5x5 routine?
User avatar #7774 - hybridboxll (12/06/2012) [-]
What's your favorite time of the day to go to the gym and why?
I prefer to go mid-morning, a couple of hours after having had breakfast.
User avatar #7828 to #7774 - ultimatepowah (12/08/2012) [-]
Morning or after school(2-3pm), it's the least crowded and sometimes I can even film my workouts to compare form later.
And my squat rack isn't occupied.
User avatar #7795 to #7774 - marinepenguin (12/07/2012) [-]
The time of day doesn't matter to me. As long as I'm pumped and awake.
User avatar #7779 to #7774 - darkthundertwotwo (12/06/2012) [-]
After school, usually afternoons, to relieve stress , or the german phrase "relieve steam" , what i call it.

Also at saturday evenings, also to relieve stress and relax. A big advantage is that there are not many people, so I can use everything without waiting.
User avatar #7778 to #7774 - nevergetsdubs (12/06/2012) [-]
I love to cook at about 6 pm, go to gym, (takes hour there an another back) come home at 10, and eat dinner
User avatar #7775 to #7774 - lolpandas (12/06/2012) [-]
Hmmmm, probably mid-day or the evening. As much as I would like to be, I've never been a morning person, so fitting in a workout in the morning is tough for me.

I like the nights anyway, less crowded and you can keep to your pace.
User avatar #7776 to #7775 - hybridboxll (12/06/2012) [-]
The gym I go to is exactly the opposite; from 7 to 10pm it's unbelievably crowded.
User avatar #7770 - skyryth (12/06/2012) [-]
Any good pec exercises? I'm a fitness chump, and I really want to work on my pec / shoulders / arms area. It's really awkward having decent abs but no pecs.
User avatar #7853 to #7770 - BoSchittButler (12/09/2012) [-]
wide-fly pushups. do as many reps as you can everyday with good form. if your form starts to get sloppy, your done, otherwise you could hurt yourself.
User avatar #7768 - hazmaat (12/06/2012) [-]
Is the a certain amount of work you have to do to be able to benefit off of a whey shake?
I throw shot put for my school, and I really want to build as much muscle as possible. We do workouts everyday but I don't feel like it's enough to be able to drink what I'd normally drink after lifting. We generally do sprints and a lot of med ball exercises which is really tiring at the moment but I feel like it's not enough to drink my normal whey shake.
User avatar #7764 - djbagboy (12/06/2012) [-]
Hey guys, a somewhat overweight guy here.
I am 5"10, and i weigh about 180. I wanna loose like 20 pounds, any tips?
Diet, workout, whatever is good.
Any suggestions?
User avatar #7797 to #7764 - airguitar (12/07/2012) [-]
I was 5' 10" and about 170-175 lbs and had dieted before and it never worked. Then this semester it magically worked and I weigh around 150-155 lbs and have gained some muscle as well. My trick is AVOID SUGAR:

- No sweets, at all. No candy, ice cream, cookies, pies, banana bread, etc. Nothing with chocolate or sugar in general. Try to replace desserts with fruit (berries are typically the healthiest).
- No juice (I make an exception for small amounts of 100% juice without anything added), soda, tea/coffee with added sugar, or hot chocolate, etc.
- With the above said, only drink water and milk if you can.
- If you eat yogurt only eat the "greek" type although the fruit at the bottom has some sugar.
- No ketchup or condiments in general, yes they have sugar. Also avoid sauces (like mayo) on sandwiches.
- Do not eat jam/jelly, that shit has a ton of sugar.
- No apple sauce.

Not eating sweets isn't too hard after the first week. I have gone about 3 months so far. Note that I do not eat red meat/pork or drink alcohol either. I also workout (mostly lift) 2-3 days a week. Avoid fried foods or anything greasy in general. By cutting back on sugar you can still eat a lot of normal stuff and still be much healthier since desserts have 0 nutritional value. For example, I do not eat salads and still have lost the weight.
User avatar #7831 to #7797 - djbagboy (12/08/2012) [-]
What did you eat? I know most deli meat has sugar added. How about Eggs and Chesses?
User avatar #7856 to #7831 - airguitar (12/09/2012) [-]
Mainly eat sandwiches, fruit, grilled chicken, hummus and pita bread, fish, pasta occasionally, raw almonds/ dried apricots/ greek yogurt as snacks, and sushi occasionally...

It's hard to say because I go to university and eat what they have that meets my standards basically. Like nothing fried (at all), no pizza, I typically avoid eggs but am fine with cheeses (but not like cheese on pizza, the cheese is the worst part on pizza), no chips (I make an exception for plain "baked" chips- but in general chips are bad), I drink skim milk (even though it tastes like poop), my "fruit" primarily consists of cantelope, melon, pineapple, grapes, and bananas, As I said, I don't eat meat, I don't eat any kind of fast food (other than chipotle, but if you eat chipotle don't get a burrito- the tortilla is nearly 500 calories alone), I don't add butter/salt/dressing to anything, and I only have the fish when I am at home.

Concerning deli meats, the pre-packaged kind is obviously worse but since I eat the university food I do not have that much of a choice. I typically get wheat bread with turkey, some sort of cheese, and lettuce/tomatoes/green peppers. Since I stopped eating crap my diet consists mainly of sandwiches like that. I would definitely cut out fried foods, fast food, and sugar (including drinks). Then, from there you need to decide what makes you feel the best.
User avatar #7829 to #7797 - ultimatepowah (12/08/2012) [-]
^yeah it should work like that.

Also start some lifting because you'll still look like shit if you only lose fat. You need muscle as well to look good.
User avatar #7796 to #7764 - Danzig (12/07/2012) [-]
start working out a lot, convert that fat into muscle
User avatar #7773 to #7764 - thesilentghost **User deleted account** (12/06/2012) [-]
In my personal opinion, exercise is more important than diet. If you cut out pop, especially dark pop and other carbonated drinks it could help. Drink mainly water, you probably already know to stay away from junk food. DO NOT CUT CARBS FROM YOUR DIET! Carbs are your body's main energy source, and they have muscle sparing properties. If you just want weight loss, cardio training would work well. This includes jogging, exercise bike, swimming, and stuff like that. I would recommend 45 minutes of cardio training at least 3 days a week, but preferably 5 days a week. If you want to build muscle mass, weight training would be helpful. You might not lose weight this way, but you would still lose body fat. If you have more muscle mass, you will burn more calories at rest. A good weight training routine is generally at least 4 days a week. Work separate muscle groups each day, for example on day 1 work chest and back, day 2 work biceps and triceps, day 3 work shoulders and legs, day 4 work abdominal, obliques and intercoastals. This is just an example routine, you can probably find better ones on bodybuilding.com. Good Chest exercises include Bench presses, Flyes, Peck Deck, and Crossovers. Back exercises include pulldowns, deadlifts, and rows. Biceps exercises are mainly curls. Triceps exercises include triceps extensions, kickbacks, and presses. Shoulder exercises include shrugs, incline and military presses, and rows. Leg exercises include squats, leg extensions, leg presses, and lunges. Abdominal exercises are mainly crunches, leg lifts, and planks. Oblique and intercoastal exercises are mainly twists. If you youtube these exercises, it will normally have an instructional video. bodybuilding.com also has some good instructional videos, and many different exercises for each muscle group so looking there might be a good idea.
ps
Always stretch and do a warm up before exercising to reduce chance of injury!
User avatar #7766 to #7764 - overweight (12/06/2012) [-]
I am a fully overweight guy
User avatar #7767 to #7766 - djbagboy (12/06/2012) [-]
wut lol
User avatar #7759 - marinepenguin (12/05/2012) [-]
For me, working out is my stress reliever. When I'm at the gym and I'm lifting my muscles to exhaustion, everything in the world makes sense and all my cares go away. I always leave happy and exhilarated, and I always have great days afterwards. I genuinely encourage everyone to work out, because you get in good shape, make friends doing it, and you can only better yourself. Just don't give up, and don't give in to discouragement. Everyone has a winner within themselves.
User avatar #7756 - danrmanalt (12/05/2012) [-]
I have hardwood floors in my house.
How do I go about doing sit-ups without bruising my tailbone?
User avatar #7777 to #7756 - Theyneverknow (12/06/2012) [-]
Put your beds cover down, folded over if it's a double, s'what I do
User avatar #7769 to #7756 - skyryth (12/06/2012) [-]
Even using your bed can help. Just do crunches, or make sure you don't use the bed to spring back and cheat. Or you could get a yoga mat.
User avatar #7762 to #7756 - fireniner (12/05/2012) [-]
Get a yoga mat
User avatar #7758 to #7756 - hybridboxll (12/05/2012) [-]
Do crunches; they're better than sit-ups and since you don't actually sit your tailbone shouldn't move at all.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=1V4RXxLHNCY
#7845 to #7758 - thatscrazyhorse (12/09/2012) [-]
I've always heard that crunches work just your upper abs, while sit ups work the whole area. In what way are crunches better?
User avatar #7847 to #7845 - hybridboxll (12/09/2012) [-]
as soon as your lower back*
User avatar #7846 to #7845 - hybridboxll (12/09/2012) [-]
Because as soon as your back leaves the floor you're only using your hip flexors [particularly the psoas major] instead of your abdominal muscles, so the rest of the movement is pretty much wasted and actually could result detrimental to some people's posture in the long run (hip flexors already overpower hip extensors [gluteus maximus and hamstrings] on most people who spend a decent amount of time sitting, aka almost everyone)
#7850 to #7846 - thatscrazyhorse (12/09/2012) [-]
makes sense, thanks man
User avatar #7851 to #7850 - hybridboxll (12/09/2012) [-]
Any time :)
#7755 - anonymous (12/05/2012) [-]
Hi guys,
I'm trying to lose fat, mostly around my stomach area because that's where most of it is. I go for a 2 mile run every other day and the other days I do ab exercises. I also eat very healthy. I've been at this for about 2 and a half weeks and I haven't lost a pound. What's up with that?
User avatar #7757 to #7755 - marinepenguin (12/05/2012) [-]
Keep at it!! It has only been two and a half weeks, and these things take time. If you have done it for over a month with no results whatsoever, then there is a problem. And don't get discouraged, you are your own worst enemy.
User avatar #7750 - heeveejeevees (12/05/2012) [-]
How do I raise my right eyebrow? I mean i raise both of my eyebrows but i can't do it individually. I'm not fit for it. help me fitness board, make me fit.
User avatar #7751 to #7750 - thesilentghost **User deleted account** (12/05/2012) [-]
They have special eyebrow weights now. All you do is tape them to your eyebrow and raise your eyebrows. If you want to raise your right eyebrow, put the weight on your left side, and this will help your right eyebrow get used to being up higher. Before you do this exercise, you should stretch your eyebrows by massaging them for about 5 minutes. Do this before the exercise, or you might get injured.
Best of luck on your training!

ps Do You Even Lift?
#7752 to #7751 - heeveejeevees (12/05/2012) [-]
yes bro, i lift

hgghh
#7747 - drbeebs (12/05/2012) [-]
hey guys, i wrestle folkstyle for my high school, and am trying to cut weight while minimizing unhealthy side effects. any suggestions for food or methods?
User avatar #7749 to #7747 - Soilwork (12/05/2012) [-]
do cardio in the morning before you eat breakfast
User avatar #7743 - Kyue (12/05/2012) [-]
I can flex my left pec, but not my right. Is it just the way I am, is my left more developed, or what?
User avatar #7744 to #7743 - hybridboxll (12/05/2012) [-]
You're just not used to doing it. Concentrate and it'll come naturally with time.
#7738 - anonymusbros (12/05/2012) [-]
Alright guys i've been working out alot lately and gained some good muscle but i wanna work on my core, endurance, and stamina any good plans for those three things?
User avatar #7742 to #7738 - hybridboxll (12/05/2012) [-]
+1 on voiceofdavoiceless suggestion of planks; easily one of the best exercises to strengthen your abs. You can do them on your side (resting with your elbow and forearm) to work your obliques.
Hanging leg raises are also amongst the best exercises for abs.

+1 too on High Intensity Interval Training; the best workout to improve your VO2 MAX (maximum volume of oxygen your body can process) which translates to a quick and easily noticeable improvement in stamina and endurance.
#7735 - zekonos (12/04/2012) [-]
When practicing martial arts, is it a good idea to go to the gym and strength train as well?
User avatar #7745 to #7735 - thekirbs (12/05/2012) [-]
look up martin rooney, especially warrior cardio
User avatar #7736 to #7735 - lolpandas (12/05/2012) [-]
Yes, but not really incorporating weights the same way a bodybuilder or power lifter would.

Check out this book. "The Art of Expressing the Human Body", it's written by bruce lee and john little (body building expert) and talks about the important of strength training and martial arts.
#7763 to #7736 - zekonos (12/06/2012) [-]
OMFG BEST BOOK EVAR. THANKS A LOT!!
#7732 - Enriss (12/04/2012) [-]
Rowing. Thoughts? Concerns? Benefits? Good for muscle building? Good upper body form of cardio? What does fit think of rowing?
User avatar #7734 to #7732 - hybridboxll (12/04/2012) [-]
It's one of the few forms of cardio that I actually enjoy and have fun doing.
It's also a fairly complete workout since it uses mainly your back (upper and lower), quadriceps, biceps, forearms, rear deltoids and secondarily (because the "pushing" part of row has a lot less resistance than the "pulling" phase) your chest, triceps, front deltoids and abs.
#7726 - soulxknightx (12/04/2012) [-]
can i have some motivation on how to get up and out of bed, on these cold winter morns to get the the gym :(
User avatar #7737 to #7726 - thesilentghost **User deleted account** (12/05/2012) [-]
this takes a few seconds to start. www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuJ4hbkLiY0
User avatar #7733 to #7726 - darkthundertwotwo (12/04/2012) [-]
There is no "NO" , never give up man , with strict discipline you will reach every goal you set , and your life will become easier in many ways. This means if you put effort in training --> also your life habits will change and the way you think about things (in a positive way ofc).

And here some other points:
- Health
- Looks
- Self-confidence
- Sports
- Strength
- Dealing with some situation in life (in example household)
- Girls
- Other

What was the reason why you started going to the gym ?

In my opinion all of this points , you if you regularly hit the gym , you will become addict.
#7725 - anonymous (12/04/2012) [-]
Hi guys,
I just did my pre-selection for the British army today and we had to run 1.5miles and I did it in just over 14 minutes. I need to get this down to 10 minutes if possible. What can I do to increase my speed so I can shave off 4-5 minutes?
User avatar #7727 to #7725 - hybridboxll (12/04/2012) [-]
Keep running.
#7728 to #7727 - anonymous (12/04/2012) [-]
Anything more helpful? Do I just keep running 1.5 miles and hope my time increases or do I start small and work up to it when I feel comfortable?
User avatar #7731 to #7728 - hybridboxll (12/04/2012) [-]
Do what lolpandas said or just keep running; it's mind boggling to see how many people ask these kinds of questions:
"How do I get better at doing push-ups/pull-ups/running/swimming"

It's beyond obvious that you should keep doing it and with time you'll get better.
User avatar #7729 to #7728 - lolpandas (12/04/2012) [-]
If you have access to a stadium or something similar do stair sprints. Apart from that, just keep running your ass off until you get a better time.
#7723 - unncommon (12/04/2012) [-]
Glorious Calisthenics, Master Workout.
Glorious Calisthenics, Master Workout.
User avatar #7717 - medewu ONLINE (12/04/2012) [-]
so, I need some help I'm a fit but unfit individual at the same time, I work out with my friend doing his work outs lower weight but higher reps to burn some fat and tighten up my body, I want to join the military and am wondering if you guys have any good tips for eating healthy and such, also a good way to measure my body, like arms, chest, body, legs, and such any helps thanks.
User avatar #7718 to #7717 - hybridboxll (12/04/2012) [-]
Stop doing low weight and high reps.
User avatar #7719 to #7718 - medewu ONLINE (12/04/2012) [-]
so just try and do the same weight and reps as him?
User avatar #7720 to #7719 - hybridboxll (12/04/2012) [-]
Yes, there's a common misconception that high reps are better for burning fat and building endurance.
http://www.exrx.net/WeightTraining/Myths.html

Don't use the same weight as him if he's stronger than you, just use the same 8-12 rep range with a heavy enough weight that you can't do a 13th.
User avatar #7721 to #7720 - medewu ONLINE (12/04/2012) [-]
well, he is a bit stronger then me, cause he wants to be a body builder I just wanna lose weight and tone up, but alright
User avatar #7753 to #7721 - marinepenguin (12/05/2012) [-]
Doing what he is telling you will do exactly that, and build muscle at the same time.
User avatar #7722 to #7721 - hybridboxll (12/04/2012) [-]
Look into HIIT, that shit's good for losing weight.
User avatar #7709 - derpityhurr (12/04/2012) [-]
Do you guys lift?
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