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User avatar #42717 - kokanum
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(01/26/2016) [-]
I'm extremely out of shape, I need help finding workout regimens for me
I weigh 115lb, and 6'0 ft, and a liver virus ( if it matters, and sounds like it may )
#42735 to #42717 - zlane
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>115lb
>6'0 ft
>liver virus
User avatar #42718 to #42717 - marinepenguin
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6 foot, 115? Jeez, that's really light.

Couple things first. How severe is your liver issues? What are your goal? Do you have access to a gym? Is money an issue?
User avatar #42719 to #42718 - kokanum
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Liver is not too much of an issue lifting, but I'm also not an expert on health.
My goal is to gain a decent enough of weight and lift my own weight
And I have access to home gym material
And money is a small issue
User avatar #42720 to #42719 - marinepenguin
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It shouldn't be an issue for now. I'm not sure how it would affect you later on if you chose to start taking supplements and things of that nature.

What do you have available in your home gym?
User avatar #42721 to #42720 - kokanum
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(01/26/2016) [-]
looks like a bench press, but with other stuff added.
I also have sets of weights
User avatar #42722 to #42721 - marinepenguin
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(01/26/2016) [-]
How much weight?
User avatar #42725 to #42722 - kokanum
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(01/26/2016) [-]
fives, tens, fifteen, and twenty fives
User avatar #42726 to #42725 - marinepenguin
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Those aren't going to last you very long if you're going for size and strength.
User avatar #42727 to #42726 - kokanum
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(01/26/2016) [-]
well I also have adjustable ones, I can add weights to
I can add weight'
Those are just the default ones
User avatar #42728 to #42727 - marinepenguin
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(01/26/2016) [-]
I gotcha. The point is that when you train consistently for strength, you get stronger very quickly at first, using only 100 pounds or so of weights will get very light, very fast. I have a home gym, I know the pains of limited equipment. The very very basic equipment I would recommend is an Olympic bar and 200-300 pounds of weights.

A fairly cheaper option would be a bodyweight routine, but you won't see nearly the results from calisthenics that you would from lifting weights when it comes to building size and strength.

You could obviously run, which you'd be good at with your size, but you wouldn't get bigger or look much different.
User avatar #42729 to #42728 - kokanum
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(01/26/2016) [-]
Alright, thanks
I'll schedule on lifting and running
User avatar #42713 - kampi
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(01/25/2016) [-]
Hi.

What is the difference between burning calories and burning fat, and do I burn either of them by simply focusing on building muscels?

My current workout looks like this (I'm looking mostly for building muscle over enhancing them):

4-5km, 10km/h run
Sit-ups, 20 reps/3 sets
Side-to-side slam (w/ medicine ball, 8kg), 25 reps/4 sets
Back lift, 15 reps/4 sets
Squats, 10 reps/4 sets
Lunges, 10 reps/3 sets

With dumbbell (7.5kg):
Incline power partials, 10 reps/3 sets
Double bicep curl, 10 reps/3 sets
Dumbbell bench press, 10 reps/4 sets
One-arm palms-up wrist curl, 5 reps/4 sets (each arm)

I started my training in november and I'm fairly proud over what I've become, but I still feel like I'm missing something. Like, on how to get a bigger chest or more visible abs.

I would really appreciate tips and/or critisism (if I'm doing anything wrong(?)) or if you think it's just an overall good workout.
User avatar #42716 to #42713 - marinepenguin
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(01/26/2016) [-]
You burn calories through your bodies natural processes, doing any sort of activity and through working out. A calorie is just essentially a unit of energy that you can consume.

Fat is a form of stored energy, burning calories can lead to consumption of these fat stores if you don't have any readily available in your blood, muscles, or stomach.

So while burning calories doesn't mean you are burning fat, you NEED to burn calories or consume fewer calories to lose fat. This is where the basics of bulking and cutting come into play. You need to eat fewer calories a day than you expend to lose weight, you need to eat more calories a day than you expend to gain weight.

Program is surprisingly alright, could definitely use some improvement but better than what most people would come up with on their own. Although I'm not sure what a "back lift" maybe you're thinking of a deadlift? or "incline power partial" I don't even have a guess for that one is.
#42731 to #42716 - kampi
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So, in short, you could say fat is kind of stored calories, when it comes to exercise? Should I eat food rich with calories or fat to last longer before my training, after it or generally, or does it really matter?

To grow bigger muscels (bulking?) instead of enhancing them (cutting?) I should prioritize consuming calorie-rich food? Is that right?

Sorry if some of the sentences sound kind of odd, but english isn't my first language.

The picture on the left is back lift, the picture on the right is power partials, but I feel like I'm getting more upper back and shoulders by doing them with my arms in an L position instead of just straight down. So in the figurative position nr. 1 I hold them like I'm driving a plane, then I lift then so I in position nr. 2 look like I'm driving a Yamaha MC. It maybe already has a name, but I couldn't find any.

Thanks! If you feel like you've got some time over, I would be really happy if you could throw me some advice.

Thanks bro, you're the best.
User avatar #42734 to #42731 - marinepenguin
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Exactly, fat is just a version of stored calories.

Calories are provided through 3 "macro-nutrients" these are carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Carbs are where you get the majority of your energy, they're easily broken down into sugars to be used as energy. Fats are more calorie dense and harder to break down, you need them, but you shouldn't eat more than necessary. Protein is used for repairing muscle and is going to be the most important one as a person who works out.

You don't need to eat foods with large amounts of calories, you just need to eat a lot of healthier foods. So try to keep quality of food in mind over quantity, though quantity is important as well when gaining size.

And those are known as lateral raises.
#42742 to #42734 - carbohydrates
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People be lookin' at me like...
#42737 to #42734 - kampi
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(01/26/2016) [-]
Wow. You know a lot of useful information...

Thank you very much for spending your time on giving a stranger advice, it's really appreciated.

Have a nice day, see ya!
User avatar #42738 to #42737 - marinepenguin
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No problem! Feel free to stop by the board if you have any more questions!
#42710 - nwbballplayer
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(01/25/2016) [-]
>tfw you're not doing barbell flies because lack of penor to balls ratio
User avatar #42705 - zlane
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all beginners should do ICF 5x5. it's the fastest way to gain strength and size
User avatar #42708 to #42705 - marinepenguin
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All beginners should use a consistent full body split that uses the most basic barbell lifts.

There's no such thing as the "best" program. But there is a basic template for good programs.
#42706 to #42705 - nwbballplayer
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#42707 to #42706 - zlane
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that makes me....ANGRY
User avatar #42703 - mimisiku
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(01/25/2016) [-]
So I'd like to get some opinion on my workout. I've been doing it at least 6 days a week, with a couple of 7 days weeks , for the past month.

3 quick sets of 50 Jumping Jacks
30 Squats
2 Quick sets of High Knees
25 Pushups
20 Curls
20 Shoulder Presses
25 Crunches

4 sets of the whole thing. Also using a barbell with 50lbs on it for the squats, curls, presses.
User avatar #42704 to #42703 - nwbballplayer
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Honestly, it's not the worst I've seen, but it's not good in my opinion. You have no back movements, which is pretty important. It's good that you have some weight to use for certain exercises, but eventually progress in terms of strength and size will stall without increasing weight, progressive overload, etc. If this is giving you the results you want right now, then by all means, keep doing it. But eventually you'll need to add exercises, increase weight, and possibly lower the amount of reps you're doing if seriously increasing strength and size is your goal.
User avatar #42711 to #42704 - mimisiku
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(01/25/2016) [-]
I'm not so much looking for size as I am being toned. But I plan on adding weight as I go, and I am have been thinking of adding dead lifts, which I have procrastinated at but I will do it. My goal is just to get into better shape. I don't want to be Mr Schwarzenegger or Terry Crews.

I recently just started it, about 4 weeks ago. I'm 5'10 and last weigh-in I came at 194lbs.
User avatar #42714 to #42711 - nwbballplayer
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(01/26/2016) [-]
If getting toned is what you want, then you need to understand that by doing compound movements and heavier weights, you're not gonna just get huge. Whether or not you put on a bunch of weight is more dependant on your diet than anything else. Id still advocate what I said in the previous post, and adding deadlifts is a great idea, but if you combine a good selection of exercises with progressively increasing weights, medium to high reps (like 6 to 12), and a diet that has you eating at your maintenance calorie level, you'll be toned before you know it. Good luck man
User avatar #42700 - teoberry
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(01/25/2016) [-]
hello friends, i need a little advice on fixing my bench grip as it's fucking weird. as a heads up i don't normally do flat barbell bench, usually just incline, for flat i do dumbell press. anyways, when i flat bench my wrists get completely fucked. my right wrist stays at a straight angle to my forearm, with my arm and the bar being perpendicular to each other. now my left wrist, on the other hand (lel), goes different. it bends back to create a 90 degree angle with my forearm and therefore is pretty much paralell with the bar. it doesnt really hurt, but it doesn't seem like its doing me much good either, so any tips or anything to make it better? btw that's just how it naturally goes, it's hard to force my left wrist to go perpendicular
#42723 to #42700 - anon id: d11dcad6
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Are your arms the same length?
User avatar #42724 to #42723 - teoberry
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yeah, no noticable difference.
User avatar #42712 to #42700 - marinepenguin
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That sounds fucked man. If you have trouble maintaining a neutral wrist position, look into some wrist wraps or something. Is it just with heavier weights or no matter what?
User avatar #42715 to #42712 - teoberry
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no matter what. i don't notice it much on incline or decline when i do it, just flat, which is strange. ill check out the wraps tho
#42697 - softlyrustled
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User avatar #42690 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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Hey guys I think I'm going to end up doing a routine like this one www.ironmanmag.com.au/training/training-tips/58-the-hercules-workout-a-three-days-per-week-full-body-program-with-a-twist

any advice or opinions on this? I don't want to 5x5 as I said a couple days back, but I've been doing some research and I think this fits me. I might exchange some exercises, but I'm not sure yet other than deaflifting because I don't like that exercise.
#42698 to #42690 - myunknown
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I recommend doing deadlifts, even if you keep it light and keep the reps high
#42696 to #42690 - baglesbites
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At a glance the workout seems pretty good. If you really don't want to deadlift (not even a Romanian deadlift?) I'd recommend doing hamstring curls and back extensions to make sure you're still hitting hamstrings and lower back directly. The biggest thing about programs is picking one you enjoy and can stick to.
User avatar #42686 - victorsin
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(01/25/2016) [-]
Hi guys I have around 3 months in diet. No smoke and no drinks at all... I won't smoke anymore at least in the rest of 2016 (I hope I have the balls), but I love to drink.
What can I drink occasionally? low carb beer like michelob? or whisky like my bro bro told me to? or what?
User avatar #42691 to #42686 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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(01/25/2016) [-]
What anon said, I have a sister who diets pretty well but she drinks a lot (vodka and other girl drinks) and she doesn't get that it still has calories in them. Best of luck tho
User avatar #42692 to #42691 - victorsin
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I was 95kg now I'm 87 with a lot, a lot less fat and I can only see a lil bit of fat in my lower back. My diet consists of fish with steamed veggies, chicken breast, white rice, oats, eggs, water, no salt, no sugar, gnc vitamins, iso-100 protein and nano vapor preworkout.
I got more gains eating well and feeling like starving. Than eating bad and feeling like bulking. It's just a matter of perseverance and desire. I crave it.
Thanks I will just take one beer or one sip of whisky and that's it.
User avatar #42694 to #42692 - WATCHAGUNADOBOUTIT
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(01/25/2016) [-]
Nice man. Dieting is the key to looking and feeling healthy. I've fallen off the wagon as I become an engineering student, but I really have to get back on track.
User avatar #42695 to #42694 - victorsin
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I feel ya. I'm a nurse student and between school and work I had to get a special bag to keep my meals warm/cold all day. It sucks, but nothing is easy.
#42688 to #42686 - anon id: 86cf3c72
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Drinks are awful for dieting, but I don't recommend completely cutting cod turkey because you most likely won't stop. I do recommend stop smoking though, for obvious reasons.
www.details.com/story/the-best-and-worst-booze-for-weight-loss

Basically anything in moderation is aight, but you really have to focus on limiting intake if you're serious about dieting.
User avatar #42689 to #42688 - victorsin
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(01/25/2016) [-]
Thanks a lot this really helps.
User avatar #42678 - victhree
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About 5 days ago, we were doing jump rope in P.E. and I suddenly hurt my back. After a while of it being fairly painful it stopped, but when I tried jumping again, it hurt. Not as much as to completely stop me from doing it but enough to make it really uncomfortable. It's been like that with running, jumping, getting up and similar stuff for almost a wekk, with no signs of it going away.

Have you ever had this? Does it disappear over time or should I see someone about it?
User avatar #42680 to #42678 - heeveejeevees
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Most likely it's a sprain from your lower back muscle. I'd advise you to check your doc about it, might be something serious, like a spine injury.
#42672 - myunknown
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been doing thumb less seated rows with the thick bar grip i'm loving what it's doing for my grip and forearms
#42699 to #42672 - baglesbites
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Thumbless grip is simply the best grip. I have small hands for a guy my size and some lifts just feel better without the thumb. Wish I had fat bars tho
#42701 to #42699 - myunknown
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I agree, I do thumb less for most of my rowing and pull down movements. it has helped a lot
User avatar #42679 to #42672 - marinepenguin
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I wish I had the equipment to do that shit.

Only two more weeks til I do.
#42681 to #42679 - myunknown
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You getting stuff for the home gym? or are you relocating
User avatar #42682 to #42681 - marinepenguin
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I leave for military training, and I'll have a huge gym I'll be able to go to.
#42683 to #42682 - myunknown
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damn brotha air force right?
User avatar #42684 to #42683 - marinepenguin
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Yessir. Can't wait.
#42685 to #42684 - myunknown
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very nice, you studly bitch you
User avatar #42665 - itskennyandjosh
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I'm thinking about putting my old weight bench in my room again, but if i do i'd need something so the weights don't crush my hands together, anywhere i could get something like that?
User avatar #42669 to #42665 - softlyrustled
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I'm not sure I really understand your question. Elaborate?
User avatar #42670 to #42669 - itskennyandjosh
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Well it's an old weight bench, but it works, and the bar doesn't have anything keeping the weights in place
User avatar #42671 to #42670 - softlyrustled
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It's missing it's collars? Find out the size (standard or olympic) and buy some new ones.
User avatar #42662 - cackrel
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(01/24/2016) [-]
So, I've got a problem.
I just fucked up my winter bulking phase and now my fat % is way too damn high. (It's 27.7%) and I'm 102kg.
What do?
User avatar #42666 to #42662 - marinepenguin
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How the hell do you fuck up that bad? What point were you bulking from? Once you hit at the MOST 20% you should have stopped.
User avatar #42668 to #42666 - cackrel
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I call it not measuring your weight nor body fat over the winter.
Yeah, I fucked up I know.
User avatar #42664 to #42662 - cackrel
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Want to smash 15% off it by next summer, doable?
User avatar #42667 to #42664 - maddboiy
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massive cut and shit loads of cardio, try HIIT
#42654 - Elk
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When everybody is giving themselves double chins but yours is authentic
When everybody is giving themselves double chins but yours is authentic
#42655 to #42654 - Elk
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User avatar #42650 - asotil
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R8 my workout

Saltbag carries 40lbs 50ftx8
Shovel Press 18x20
Deficit Icelift 8x10
Single arm SNO Pulls 4x8
Finish with Stair-Melters 20x20
User avatar #42656 to #42650 - nwbballplayer
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Ice cold/10. If you ever need a training partner, I hear Santa Claus and various polar bears are available.
User avatar #42651 to #42650 - adunsaveme
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(01/23/2016) [-]
You can get a much better workout fighting the forces of the darkness for just $40
#42657 to #42651 - asotil
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I swear to god you fucking follow me
User avatar #42658 to #42657 - adunsaveme
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wrong
User avatar #42649 - nwbballplayer
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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
User avatar #42661 to #42649 - asotil
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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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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 id: 86cf3c72
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why didn't you drop the weight
#42693 to #42687 - myunknown
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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
User avatar #42673 to #42645 - marinepenguin
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Looked almost like a full power clean before your press, still pretty good though.
#42674 to #42673 - myunknown
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the most i've ever done was 205lbs my goal is 2pl8s
User avatar #42675 to #42674 - marinepenguin
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Power clean or hang clean?
#42676 to #42675 - myunknown
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Just clean and press, I generally don't do those other movements too often because I do it mainly as a shoulder pump exercise
User avatar #42677 to #42676 - marinepenguin
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Ah okay.
#42646 to #42645 - myunknown
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and if anyone wants to know my current bw is 175 lbs
#42640 - maddboiy
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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.
User avatar #42663 to #42640 - cackrel
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Yo bro! Try doing some complementory excersises too if you want to get that DL up.
User avatar #42652 to #42640 - nwbballplayer
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Congrats man. Like MP said, keep at it and you will get there in no time.
User avatar #42642 to #42640 - marinepenguin
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Give it time and stay consistent. You'll get there.
#42632 - toncheky
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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.
User avatar #42653 to #42632 - nwbballplayer
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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.
User avatar #42660 to #42653 - toncheky
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Thank you.
User avatar #42643 to #42632 - marinepenguin
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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.
User avatar #42647 to #42643 - toncheky
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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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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.
User avatar #42637 to #42624 - nwbballplayer
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I'm probably not as strong as the rest of you guys but I'm might as well join.
User avatar #42635 to #42624 - Draigor
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I've only ever pulled 420x1 lol.

Maybe base the weight on percentages or bodyweight reps.
User avatar #42636 to #42635 - marinepenguin
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I like that idea.
#42639 to #42636 - KMD
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Yes, like I said before gents we can figure out the rools as we go. Does anyone have skype?
User avatar #42641 to #42639 - marinepenguin
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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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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.
User avatar #42648 to #42644 - marinepenguin
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Alright, I'll be entirely free on the weekends so that'll be good for me.
User avatar #42634 to #42624 - marinepenguin
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Love the idea though, we've done something similar as a board challenge before.
User avatar #42633 to #42624 - marinepenguin
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Tfw no 5 plate deadlift
#42626 to #42624 - myunknown
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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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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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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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If i missed anyone feel free to invite yourself