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User avatar #10463 - icameheretotroll (07/08/2013) [-]
Tips on how to stop looking scrawny?
inb4 "Eat more"
eating doesn't help, my metabolism rapes everything
User avatar #10476 to #10463 - delphine (07/10/2013) [-]
Eating more is about the only thing you can do. But you have to eat the right thing. Eating protein will help build muscle mass, your body won't chew threw it as fast as fats or carbs.
User avatar #10475 to #10463 - the one and only ONLINE (07/10/2013) [-]
look up ectomorph mesomorph and endomorph, saying that you're scrawny I'm just gonna assume ectomorph... yeah sorry but you're gonna have to eat lots of Carbs, like the daily intake of an average persons diet is 2000 calories a day, ectomorph need atleast 2500 calories, 1 gram of carbs = 4 calories, it's suggested that people of ectomorph should really only do 30 mins of cardio and only once or twice a week, weight lifting might help, you could just try and have that lean muscly look, so basicly food with lots of carbs and as for the daily intake of protein, since you said you're scrawny but you never mentioned aged, I'm assuming you weigh around 60-70kg, protein is calculated by weight x 0.8 75-87.5g of protein... but getting that much protein in one day you're gonna have to be rich to afford foods like that, also try eating things with healthy fats, like avocado, olive oil, olives etc, hope this helps

don't skip on breakfast, 2 eggs and some toast should be okay for someone like you

sorry I couldn't help as much, I'm Endomorph, I can fat quicker so I have to go off carbs for 2 days then on the third day I eat alot of carbs hehe
User avatar #10473 to #10463 - mexicanfood (07/10/2013) [-]
I seriously doubt you eat a lot

what do you eat for every meal as a typical day?
#10469 to #10463 - anonymous (07/09/2013) [-]
Reddit R/fittness FAQ is pretty good as it has all the answers for you there without people needing to reply.
So you think you're special, you might be.
1. You've not stated your age (that plays a massive fucking roll is weight), if you're 16 and skinny as fuck it's probably due to growing. At 19-21 you'll begin to fill out naturally into a mad cunt and working out before hand will turn you into the mad cunt you wish you were but thought you never could be.
2. Honestly can you say you eat good food all the time and a fucking ton of it
example. bowl of cereal or toast when you should have a fucking massive bowl of porridge, generic shit for lunch instead of pre-made meals and more porridge. For tea i'd assume you'll be getting a decent meal and more porridge.

User avatar #10467 to #10463 - marinepenguin (07/09/2013) [-]
I had the exact same problem as you, and as much as you didn't want to hear it, eating more does help. I have a super fast metabolism that makes me gain no weight no matter what, but I was tired of being scrawny. So heres what I did.

1) Find a workout regimen, start off slow, just some pushups, lunges, squats, abs and variations of those should be fine doing them 3-4 days a week.

2) Eat more, shouldn't be hard honestly. I ate a ton before I began working out, then when I got really into getting in shape my caloric intake went way way up and I was hungry all the time.

3) Eat better, more protein (meats), less sugar and junk (just force yourself to stop eating shitty stuff and after awhile you won't even crave it, but a candy bar once a week or so doesn't hurt you too much) and mostly NO SODA, even sweet tea is a bad idea. Drink tons of water.

These are the most basic things I can think of, keep in up and in just a month you should begin to see some progress. Keep with it and you won't believe where you'll be in 6 months.
#10466 to #10463 - nortledrones (07/09/2013) [-]
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Join the glorious shake weight master race.

Seriously, I'm not trolling, I used to be a noodle and with good eating and daily shake-weighting, I've gotten more muscles in about 2 weeks if your exercise is consistent.
#10452 - Fryskelijer (07/07/2013) [-]
Good buy?
only 170 Euro
[url deleted]

Its cheaper then paying 40 euro a month for the Gym cause you get over 170 euro in 4,5 months
#10470 to #10452 - anonymous (07/09/2013) [-]
It looks like a rape machine.
User avatar #10453 to #10452 - Fryskelijer (07/07/2013) [-]
you can look it up on youtube at the name of
'' Universele halterbank Gorilla Sports ''
to see what you all can do on it
#10444 - nortledrones (07/07/2013) [-]
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Shake weight. 30 secs of shaking on each arm. First on right, then left, then holding the shake weight with boths hands, then switching hands while still holding them. 30 secs each part. Repeat 3 times. Do daily for month, notice results in a week.

Shake weight master race.
User avatar #10455 to #10444 - teoberry (07/08/2013) [-]
How gay can you be?
User avatar #10456 to #10455 - nortledrones (07/08/2013) [-]
Well my boyfriend thinks I'm very fit.
User avatar #10457 to #10456 - teoberry (07/08/2013) [-]
huehuehuehuehue. shake weights are for fucking losers. join a gym.
#10471 to #10457 - anonymous (07/09/2013) [-]
Good job jack ass, you're a fucking bro. Well done.
User avatar #10472 to #10471 - teoberry (07/09/2013) [-]
Cool it there. Shake weights do nothing.
#10458 to #10457 - nortledrones (07/08/2013) [-]
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What kind of gym?
User avatar #10459 to #10458 - teoberry (07/08/2013) [-]
one with weights. get a trainer or something. mine is fucking huge and it cost me 70 bucks. shake weights don't do anything
User avatar #10460 to #10459 - nortledrones (07/08/2013) [-]
What would be the right way to weigh the weights?
User avatar #10461 to #10460 - teoberry (07/08/2013) [-]
You're either
a) trolling, which you're not good at
b) Trying to be funny, which you suck at
c) A fucking retard
User avatar #10462 to #10461 - nortledrones (07/08/2013) [-]
No dude if I'm doing the exercise, I need to know how much the weights should weigh in contrast to the shake weight so it can be balanced.
#10450 to #10444 - anonymous (07/07/2013) [-]
>Notice results in a week

Except that it takes months of proper routine, hard work, rest, and proper diet to notice actual results, especially if you're not bulking. Congratulations on falling for a bullshit exercise product you retard
User avatar #10447 to #10444 - rufless (07/07/2013) [-]
You must be the largest pussy I have come across.

Your futile attempts to become a "master race" with SHAKE WEIGHT
are pretty bleak m8.

User avatar #10449 to #10447 - nortledrones (07/07/2013) [-]
Nigga I'm 16 just starting to workout, calm your buttcheeks, it's just one type of workout you I do for my arms. Jesus, you sound like the "du yu evn lift" types.
User avatar #10465 to #10449 - rufless (07/09/2013) [-]
you're telling me to not use the "DYEL" argument against you when you're using Shake-Weight; do you even lift?

when I was sixteen I did.
User avatar #10454 to #10449 - unncommon (07/07/2013) [-]
But...if you Shake-Weight you don't even lift?
#10441 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [-]
my songs know what you did in the dark
User avatar #10440 - newposterintown (07/06/2013) [-]
This board is kind of dead right now, I wanna know what you guys think of my routine. I do it a few times a week, try to do it at least once every two days.

Full-body pull-ups (my max is like ten)
Dive-ups (my max is about fourteen, dive-ups are like handstand push-ups but not as intense)
Push-ups, as much as I can do but at that point my arms are kinda shot, my max is around twenty-five though
And dumbells, 7.5s and my max is like thirty
Also bar-crunches

What do you guys think, and, is there anyway to improve my performance? (stretches, stuff like that?)
#10446 to #10440 - rety (07/07/2013) [-]
this is all high resis low reps
do some stuff like martial arts where its no weights but tons of blows
itll improve tone and endurance
#10435 - anonymous (07/04/2013) [-]
Smoking pine needles is a very effective way to relax the body, and prime it for a workout.

Seriously, I never truly knew about this until just recently. I was walking to the gym and I saw a group of people smoking something that seemed misshapen. I asked what it was and they all said pine needles. I never noticed them before, but they all have been going to that gym for years. They told me how it helps them to feel calm, cool, and collected before getting an intense workout in. I didn't believe them, but I did some research on it, and it really helps.
User avatar #10433 - infamoustrapper (07/04/2013) [-]
Guys......I have come here today........bringing grave news.

Our friend, and hero, Kolimm.......has been banned at 11:17 eastern time July 4th

But in our hearts, he will live on.

In his memory, I was planning on spamming for 12 straight hours, but then I would share the same fate, and I believe Kolimm wouldn't want that.

So instead, let us just take a moment of silence for our fallen comrade.

Thank you.
User avatar #10431 - davisdamen (07/04/2013) [-]
leaving for navy basic in about 4 days
not terribly out of shape (ran a mile in a little over 10 minutes, have to be able to run 1.5 miles in a bare minimum of 13:30), but not an athletic god by any means
my problem is always pushing through the pain, does have any tips on how to do that? or is it just something i'm going to have to figure out how to fight through on my own?
User avatar #10436 to #10431 - newposterintown (07/04/2013) [-]
Tenacity? If you aren't determined you want to do it.

Or just try focusing hard. On nothing but your movement; because when I'm trying to hit a very specific goal and I'm close to meeting it, it's almost like my legs just move on their own (despite the fact they ache).
User avatar #10432 to #10431 - obedientflyer (07/04/2013) [-]
Try listening to music, it helps keep my mind off the fatigue and pumps me up.
#10429 - songemot ONLINE (07/03/2013) [-]
Do you even bench press?
Do you even bench press?
#10428 - mexicanfood (07/03/2013) [-]
140 lbs and deadlifted 210 for 3 reps.

Am pretty proud of myself

Pic sorta related, me last year in november at NCAA southern champs. Lost to Bucknell
User avatar #10448 to #10428 - rufless (07/07/2013) [-]
nice man, you look sort of retarded in the picture.
But there's half the sport photos anyway.

+Respect from me that you like water polo.

User avatar #10442 to #10428 - lolpandas (07/07/2013) [-]
Congrats bro, new PR?
User avatar #10443 to #10442 - mexicanfood (07/07/2013) [-]
with proper form yes

I could go 10 pounds heavier but my knees start to bend inward and buckle when I go that high
User avatar #10425 - alphabethsoop (07/02/2013) [-]
A few days ago I was running at an altitude of 6000 ft and it made my legs feel like they were going to fall off but now that im back at sea level my legs feel like they are going to explode. Is this normal?
#10426 to #10425 - rety (07/02/2013) [-]
yeah, its part of DOMS
In high alt areas, you tire much easier and your muscles produce more lactic acid due to lower oxygen levels, causing soreness/fall off sensation
legs feeling like they'll explode, again prob just DOMS(delayed onset muscle soreness)
but if you start getting shooting pain, some nerves might be involved, and you might want to find a doctor
User avatar #10427 to #10426 - alphabethsoop (07/03/2013) [-]
Thank you that helped a ton!
User avatar #10430 to #10427 - nippuhl (07/04/2013) [-]
yw
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User avatar #10420 - davisdamen (07/01/2013) [-]
so my friend introduced me to something and i'd like to know if anyone else has heard of it
he calls it (them?) Motherfuckers
-5 calf raises (i think that's what they're called, you lift up unto your toes)
-5 hops in place
-5 half-jacks (jumping jacks without the arm raises)
-5 jumping jacks
-5 hops in place
-5 calf raises
and that's all 1 rep
we did 5 of them, he usually does 10+
2 days later, i still feel it (yes, yes, i know i'm a wimp)
#10421 to #10420 - anonymous (07/01/2013) [-]
All I can say is everyone starts off somewhere.
User avatar #10405 - lolpandas (06/29/2013) [-]
Hey Fitness, what are your thoughts on steroids?
#10403 - wispsimon (06/29/2013) [-]
Been lifting dumbells for a while. In the beginning I was able to add weight every week or so, but now it has stopped. I have been stuck at 15 kg for a while. Should I stay at 15 kg? I read somewhere that you need to add more weight all the time to get bigger. I still struggle with 15 kg though.

Anyone know what to do?
User avatar #10404 to #10403 - lolpandas (06/29/2013) [-]
DB's are more difficult to add weight frequently since you can't really add weights smaller than 5lbs at a time unless you find tiny plates. Try adding barbell work. Also adding supporting lifts to whatever lifts you're trying to improve will help.
User avatar #10402 - teoberry (06/29/2013) [-]
Went to the gym for the first time in a while. Felt soooooo damn good. Here's hoping I can get in good shape for football
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User avatar #10395 - infamoustrapper (06/26/2013) [-]
ur all gay
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