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#38054 - goobyman
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(10/21/2015) [-]
didn't know where to post so i guess this is it
how the fuck is bra size measured? Everywhere i've seen the scale goes from A-E or something and from 0-30... but someone i know says they have 85A/B. wth does that even mean?
#38074 to #38054 - whitelapras
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(10/22/2015) [-]
idk if this helps or not
#38058 to #38054 - marinepenguin
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(10/21/2015) [-]
From my understanding of bras, the first number is the chest measurement in inches, while the letter is the cup size. My previous girlfriend was a 34B, so she had a 34 inch chest all the way around, and B cup breasts. Now the one you gave an example of is complete gibberish to me.
#38059 to #38058 - goobyman
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(10/21/2015) [-]
well it might be centimeters so 85 cm = 33 inches
#38061 to #38059 - marinepenguin
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Okay. Then the A/B probably just means that the cup size is in between an A and a B.
#38063 to #38061 - goobyman
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(10/21/2015) [-]
any handy dandy visual chart where i can visualize (aka look at tits) how it would look like
#38064 to #38063 - marinepenguin
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(10/21/2015) [-]
You could probably just Google that bra size to get a visual representation. But, a ~33A/B wouldn't be that big. My previous girlfriend was a fairly high B and it wasn't more then a small handful.
#38065 to #38064 - goobyman
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Flat is justice :^)
I really don't care how big tbh
and she's not even fully an adult yet (not even close to 20) so it'll probably still develop. I have no strong feelings one way or another.
#38066 to #38065 - marinepenguin
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Same. Well have fun with that brother.
#38062 to #38061 - marinepenguin
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(10/21/2015) [-]
We did it! We figured it out.
#38053 - asotil
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(10/21/2015) [-]
As someone who is planning to become a Nazi Eugenicist work in the field of Genetic Engineering in the future, I had a theory today on how to create the perfect physical man naturally through selective breeding. Please give thoughts as to why I should be put down before it goes any further

The first step would be choosing parentage. The ideal candidates would of course not have a history of drug use or hereditary ailments. Ideally the child, when fully grown, would be around 6'2-6'4 and would way somewhere between 220-245lbs. Any more height would be detrimental for everyday life and for various exercises such as squats. Any more weight would mean that there is a higher bf% than necessary.
To this end, the father would be around 6' Mesomorphic man, while the mother would be between 5'8-5'11 Meso or Ectomorphic woman. This would produce the desired height and a much more optimal metabolism for the next step

Childhood caloric intake directly affects one's growth. The reason we see many children being much shorter and leaner is due to them not eating much as a child while creating a caloric deficit through sports. Often times when they do eat, it's junk food or whatever edible paste the school serves during lunch hours. This is how we get manlets. In order for our specimen to to be optimal in adulthood, they would need a high intake of protein and testosterone rich, ideally this would come from Red Meats and various fish and carbohydrate rich foods. Protein to promote muscular growth, carbohydrates to create fats used to naturally increase muscle strength Due to excess weight the muscles strengthen themselves in order to carry it, protein aiding this process to a great extent and also to create a caloric surplus used for promoting growth in height at an early age. Effectively, we'd be creating a fat kid who plays Minecraft all day. However, instead of sitting around doing nothing, the specimen would work with fitness bands and spurts of bodyweight movements to prevent muscles from getting atrophied each day, along with pushups and situps in the lower numbers to create a beginning of strength but not lose fat. Through this we would achieve our ideal height and frame. Think of it like chiseling out the ideal amount of Marble from the much larger stone to work with. You need more than you will need

Once the child has reached the age of 15, they should be at our 6' height and around 260-300lbs. Now is were we begin weight training and proper dieting. For dieting, we would cut out most but not all of the carbohydrates, adjust the protein intake as necessary, and introduce more fruits and vegetables rich in vitamins B, C, and D, along with necessary acids and Calcium. Weight training would be introduced slowly at first using primarily bodybuilding techniques and cardio to remove the no longer necessary excess fats. The subject would work in 4 day intervals, followed by a rest day where they would take in larger amounts of proteins than during the rest of the week. This would contain more bodyweight and light-weighted movements at first, such as weighted sprints and lateral movements with dumbells and machines. Gradually we would increase weight and volume, specifically targeting muscle groups to promote size and definition. Once we've achieved a weight of 200, the subject should be fatter than most, but at the same time showing good hypertrophy.

At the age of 17, we being strength training. The subject will now switch to a 6 day cycle, with 3 days focusing on high weights for 2-5 reps with the big 3 and Strongman exercises, and 3 days continuing hypertrophy training, increasing weights and reps as necessary, followed by their rest day used for excess intake of protein and other necessities

By age 20, we should have a man able to bench 4 plates, squat at least 5, and deadlift at least 6, with a functionally perfect physique and low lactic acid production

From there we clone, Mengele out
#38180 to #38053 - supahsayin
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(10/23/2015) [-]
Just get sperm donors to breed with egg donors, the screening process to get into those things are already doing half the work for you. Guaranteed no history of health defects.
Honestly, in my genomic selection philosophy, natural selection of humans isn't the way to go. Genetic altering is where it's at.
Cats have insanely efficient kidneys. Gorillas naturally grow horrendously insane amounts of natural muscle. The axolotl and the starfish both have extremely efficient regeneration capabilities Elephants have a chemical that totally supresses the onset of cancer. Why not just add all those traits to the gene pool?
Most early eugenics proponents were coming from a completely off-base direction.
We have society to make up for our base weaknesses. The existence of competition in the olympics is a testament to physical human capability as a whole.

Although on a slightly related note, have you actually seen how strong a gorilla is? Just imagine what the hell would happen if we trained one to train like a strongman.
#38190 to #38180 - asotil
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(10/23/2015) [-]
I'm well aware that genetically engineered people are the way forward, but the technology to do that is roughly 20-30 years out. As stated before this was without any alteration of cells

Are you implying I haven't prayed to the Based Backsnap Gorilla of 10pl8
#38104 to #38053 - anon
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(10/22/2015) [-]
Slow down there Gataca, you forget that selective breeding circumvents natural selection. What is ideal to you may very well not be best adapted, and thus detrimental to the species. Variability is necessary for survival. Go back you lab Kreiger.
#38060 to #38053 - marinepenguin
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(10/21/2015) [-]
It would take much more then just one generation to create a perfect individual. Intense genetic screening, followed by a meticulous breeding program for at least a dozen generations to weed out the weaker characteristics and emphasise stronger ones. A complete micromanagement of their daily lives wouldn't really even be necessary since we're just talking genetics, physical activity and training doesn't really change your ggenetic potential. Unless you wanted to measure improvements in performance.

If you really want to get nuts about it, wait until genetic alterations becomes more fine tuned and can increase things like muscle density, bone density, amount of mitochondria in a muscle cell, amount of satellite cells within muscles, strength of tendons, the efficiency of waste disposal, etc.
#38056 to #38053 - loomiss
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Why is that the perfect body type?
Certain body types fit certain things.
Olympic swimmers =/= weightlifters =/= basketball players =/= baseball players =/= gymnists =/= marathon runners
Besides if everyone is huge and big, then nobody is.
#38098 to #38056 - tsoper
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(10/22/2015) [-]
Zyzz is the perfect body type.
#38057 to #38056 - asotil
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Because they'll excel equally in all of those things. They won't be the greatest, but they'll be above average all around.

The goal is not to be just huge and Big, it's to be functionally perfect. Aesthetics are part of function, as they allow easier movement for each activity. We're not going for Mr Universe or Fastest Man Alive or Strongest, were going for above avaerage rating in all fields
#38067 to #38057 - loomiss
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(10/21/2015) [-]
I think you should add some mental traits to your breeding selection.
Pragmatic, high intelligence, adaptive, hardworking.
Then you'll truly change everything
#38068 to #38067 - asotil
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Was going to include that but I ran out of text
#38047 - maddboiy
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Managed to do 5 consecutive wide pull-ups at the start of my workout today. i know it's not much but damn i feel fucking good about myself.
#38099 to #38047 - tsoper
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(10/22/2015) [-]
depends how much you weight.

if youre like 200 lbs, then yes its very impressive.

if youre like 130, then no, i can do 20 of those.
#38108 to #38099 - studbeefpile
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(10/22/2015) [-]
For real tho. I weigh 210, and that shit is mad difficult.
#38110 to #38108 - tsoper
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(10/22/2015) [-]
Yup. I could barely do pull ups at 210.

However, I started at 132 (how much i used to weight), could not do a single pull up. Eventually I was able to do 7 until i could go no more. Kept drinking my protein powder and eating cottage cheese. Started putting 10lbs dumbells in my pockets. Did 7 like that, kept going. Added more weight, got bigger.

I now weight 140 lbs but am able to do pull ups at 210 lbs. 140 + 50lbs from dumbells and 30 more lbs from putting weight plates in a backpack.

Of course, its only like 1-3 pullups, but I hope to be able to go more. I got some really sick lats and a shredded back from doing all of this.
#38115 to #38110 - marinepenguin
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(10/22/2015) [-]
If you can't do more then 10 bodyweight pull ups, that means that you are either overweight or just weak and need to work on it.
#38131 to #38115 - tsoper
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(10/22/2015) [-]
How many pull ups can you do? And weight.
#38132 to #38131 - marinepenguin
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(10/22/2015) [-]
When I was 145 pounds I could do well over 20, when I bulked and got up to 215, I could still do 10. When I leaned out to 200, I could do 8 with 45 pounds on my waist. Now I'm about 190-195 and can do 20 pull ups, still working out getting my weight back up.
#38196 to #38132 - tsoper
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(10/23/2015) [-]
Today was the first day i ever hit a gym. I would say that i am going to be there for a while now. I have worked out so much and i feel great. Maybe one day i can look like you.
#38197 to #38196 - marinepenguin
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(10/23/2015) [-]
Nice job. Just make it a habit, then a lifestyle, and improve a little bit every workout and within a few months you'll see solid progress. I'm humbled that you want to look like me too, thank you
#38101 to #38099 - maddboiy
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(10/22/2015) [-]
i'm about 150lbs
#38109 to #38101 - tsoper
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(10/22/2015) [-]
im less impressed lol.. but if its your first time, its fine. youll eventually be able to do 20 once you weigh yourself
#38049 to #38047 - loomiss
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(10/21/2015) [-]
How wide is "wide grip"?
#38052 to #38049 - maddboiy
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(10/21/2015) [-]
actually this is the rack i used, the wide grips specifically
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#38048 to #38047 - bombadier
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Dude i huge majority of people cant even do a single over hand grip pull up, 5 is fucking impressive. Especially wide ones
#38043 - stickyhead
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(10/21/2015) [-]
I've been wanting to share this with you guys but i kept forgetting to post. Just a little personal "hell yeah" moment.

So last week i did my PRT, physical readiness test for those who don't know what that is (i'm in the navy btw) and these are done twice a year. I made a huge effort to participate since i got waived from the last cycle and that doesn't look too good on your record career wise. I wasn't able to run it, but i did participate in the alternate cardio which my choice was the stationary bike and i passed the push ups and sit ups portion with no problem. I was shooting for excellent but got an overall score of "good."

I can't really complain since i've had a distal tibia fracture, tore a ligament in my ankle, and threw off the alignment of my knee causing my plica to become inflamed and cause me a lot of pain all in the same leg and all in under a year, and i was able to pass when so many others in my command failed.

Felt real good man
#38044 to #38043 - stickyhead
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(10/21/2015) [-]
adding on to my story a bit, when i was looking through my record, at the last weigh in which was in May i was at about 144, and this weigh in which was last week i was at 129.
#38040 - anon
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Freshmen 15 got me and I'm looking to get into better shape but I don't know where to start. I'm 5'5 and last I weighed myself I was 145lbs so I'm probably a little over 150lbs now. The campus gym isn't anything special nor is the cafeteria but if anyone knows how to work with that, I'd like to hear about it.
#38070 to #38040 - trolljunkusa
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(10/22/2015) [-]
High Intensity Interval training + resistance training

#38055 to #38040 - goobyman
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(10/21/2015) [-]
cardio erry day
buy a sports bra, that way you don't have the problem of chest pain and back pain.
#38050 to #38040 - loomiss
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Run and eat salad if you're just looking to lose weight.
#38069 to #38050 - anon
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(10/22/2015) [-]
I'd like to lose weight as a start but if everything goes well and I like it, I'd like to get toned as well.
#38038 - nwbballplayer
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(10/21/2015) [-]
So after checking my ego finally, I've decided to drop weight on my squat and fix my form. Not that it was terrible in the first place, but I've noticed that as I've moved into the 300-350 area for my working sets, my knees have started to track forward and my depth has went to complete shit. That being said, I'm looking for the best guide/video/etc. for form and whatnot. Thanks in advance

studbeefpile
Draigor
Blackrain
#38045 to #38038 - Draigor
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Post a video of yourself squatting for reps.
#38046 to #38045 - Draigor
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(10/21/2015) [-]
With a weight that will show your form breakdown, not something like 135
#38042 to #38038 - Blackrain
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Pretty much what stud said, if you post a side video, we can check out your form or have a gymbro (that has excellent squat form that you trust) to check out your form.
#38039 to #38038 - studbeefpile
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Light weight high rep pause squats. Also, record yourself and monitor your own form.
#38034 - donnybergerstory
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(10/20/2015) [-]
So i found these old pics I took and got damn i looked like fuckin marshmallow. Glad I found em, was nearly in tears after putting these 2 images together. Really fucking proud of myself.


- First off, I am losing fat, I know that, but my chest is yet to lose a lot of fat. I really want a defined chest, but its so fucking chubby.
#38037 to #38034 - Draigor
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(10/21/2015) [-]
nice going bro!
#38041 to #38037 - donnybergerstory
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(10/21/2015) [-]
Ty means a lot!!
#38036 to #38034 - toasterstrudle
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Good shit man, keep it going
#38035 to #38034 - anon
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Got nice tits in both pictures. Keep it up.
#38020 - mondominiman
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Pros and Cons of full body workout vs specific body days for ex, lower body & upper body . I would think full body is better since it targets everything in one go just do it multiple times a week. Also I came up with a workout regimen, tell me if it needs anything Upright row, Lat pull down, leg raises, decline crunch, barbell squat, front/side lat raises, overhead barbell, bench press, incline dumbell press. I'll do 10 reps each starting off at a low weight and every set I'll increase the weight an extra 10 lbs with the last being near my max.
#38024 to #38020 - KungFuZerO
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Full body workouts are good for beginners, because it allows you to get high frequency and low volume, which is good for developing neuromuscular connections. As you get more advanced, you'll want to add volume. Since you can't do a lot of volume for every muscle group in one day (it would take forever), you'll have to start splitting up days. An easy one for beginners is and Upper/Lower split. Then as the volume continues to increase, you might need to split it further, like PPL or an Arnold split. Splitting it up past these is not good for nattys since you're frequency will drop below twice a week, which isnt optimum.
#38030 to #38024 - baglesbites
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Depending on goals, full body training is still a valid option for intermediate lifters. Strength based programs like Texas method and madcow 5x5 have basic periodization built in so they produce results after you stall on linear progression. If your goal is mainly size, I do agree with you on PPL split or even upper/ lower has greater potential for volume.
#38033 to #38030 - KungFuZerO
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Good point, I was focused on size.
#38031 to #38030 - Draigor
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(10/20/2015) [-]
I ran maddcow and am currently on Texas, can confirm.
#38029 to #38024 - trolljunkusa
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(10/20/2015) [-]
I just said the same exact thing but in less words yet you thumb me down. you're a fucking faggot
#38021 to #38020 - trolljunkusa
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Full body: Amazing for natty lifters as you can get high volume and frequency in without killing yourself

Specific body days: great for roided lifters as you'll end up spending 5-6 hours in a gym because you have such quick recovery.
#38022 to #38021 - trolljunkusa
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(10/20/2015) [-]
end up spending 5-6 hours in a gym doing full body*
#38011 - loomiss
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Why do left shoulder hurt when i do the benchy bench?
#38013 to #38011 - baglesbites
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(10/20/2015) [-]
There are so many possible reasons that we would really need a video of your sets to figure it out. The most common reasons are either your shoulders are not properly retracted, your elbows flare out too much or you have a muscle imbalance. You could also have too wide of a grip or touch the bar too high on your chest.
#38014 to #38013 - loomiss
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(10/20/2015) [-]
I put my hands where the markings are on the bar, I bring it down towards my sternum.
What do you mean shoulder retracted
#38016 to #38014 - baglesbites
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Keeping your shoulder blades together is called scapilar retraction, and helps protect your shoulders during lifts and is also a postural cue when standing. it means keeping your shoulder blades tucked down and slightly pushed back. This video should help you get a general idea but
#38019 to #38017 - loomiss
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Thanks babe
#38010 - studbeefpile
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Squat Like A Weightlifter - FULL Workshop (eng sub)

As I've said before, I model my squat form after Olympic lifters because they have the best squats of any athletes. This is an excellent video....you've gotta have some patience for it though, being that it's an hour long....and in german (w/ subtitles).
#38023 to #38010 - trolljunkusa
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(10/20/2015) [-]
In my opinion (pls don't take this as fact) olympic lifting is a lot different than powerlifting, which is what I see you do on this sub. This videos great for improving your snatch, or clean and jerk. But if all you want to do is diddly, sqwat, bench, and press, I don't condone this video

I'm also really drunk rn, so pls don't h8
#38025 to #38023 - studbeefpile
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(10/20/2015) [-]
You just said one of the dumbest things I've ever seen on this board.
#38032 to #38025 - baglesbites
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(10/20/2015) [-]
He's not completely wrong. When oly lifters squat, they go for max depth so they can catch the weight lower in their events. Powerlifters on the other hand, GENERALLY squat to just below parallel so they can add an extra 5 or 10 pounds to their squat- at least in competition. There are a few more small differences, but when it comes down to it they are both strength sports.
#38027 to #38025 - trolljunkusa
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(10/20/2015) [-]
As i said im really drunk
#38018 to #38010 - baglesbites
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Olympic lifters are absolute monsters. I'm jealous of their verticle posistion, its a real struggle for me to keep my chest that far up. Might watch the video tomorrow I'd i have time.
#38008 - zanntaggerung
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(10/20/2015) [-]
I got back into lifting over the summer but I started having issues a month in where it'd feel like there's something protruding to the right of my abs after doing squats. Thought I had just screwed up my form but I'd feel it for a couple days afterward whenever I'd squat (1 or 2 days a week). Stopped lifting a month ago and don't feel it even when I do a lot of abs. Any ideas what could've been the cause?
#38015 to #38008 - baglesbites
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(10/20/2015) [-]
If its something that worries you go to a doctor. If there's no pain or negative effect, it may just be something benign
#37992 - asotil
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(10/19/2015) [-]
How to make run less bad run when run bad?
#38012 to #37992 - blukachu
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(10/20/2015) [-]
keep running, your body will eventually get used to it and you'll be able to run for longer periods of time

Im a Marine Corps poolee,a month ago was my first day of training i couldnt run half a mile, yesterday i ran 10 with my squad
#37997 to #37992 - studbeefpile
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(10/20/2015) [-]
dont run
#38002 to #37997 - marinepenguin
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Don't be lazy
#38005 to #38002 - studbeefpile
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(10/20/2015) [-]
runnin is 4 fajits.

I actually do stair sprints. I walk for slow cardio, intervals for intensity. Running is just an odd in-between, and seems pointless to me.
#38006 to #38005 - marinepenguin
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(10/20/2015) [-]
When I mean running. I don't mean jogging. Steady state cardio isn't very good. I'm talking go for a hard run for 10-15 minutes max. Sprints are great too, but it isn't the same cardiovascular-wise as a longer run.
#38007 to #38006 - studbeefpile
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Haven't HIIT sprints been proven to have better cardio vascular results? Not to mention they're waaaay more time efficient.
#38009 to #38007 - marinepenguin
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(10/20/2015) [-]
They're the best for stressing the short term energy systems (the ATP and Glycolytic systemsb) and for losing fat and building muscle. I love HIIT and incorporate HIIT style sessions into my workouts 2 or 3 times a week.

But steady state cardio builds up your aerobic energy systems, and strengthens the heart, allowing more blood to be pumped with each heartbeat, this allows for better blood flow through the muscles, greater work capacity, better pumps, and longer workouts. I'm by no means saying that other forms of conditioning are pointless, I'm just saying that running does not eat gains, and that it has its own plethora of advantages that most lifters are missing out on.

30 minutes a couple days a week max is all you need.
#37998 to #37997 - asotil
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(10/20/2015) [-]
wisdom
#37996 to #37992 - the one and only
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Are you landing on your heels or the ball of your foot?

Breathe through nose only.
#37999 to #37996 - asotil
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Well that explains why my throat hurts
#37995 to #37992 - marinepenguin
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Run bad more, soon bad run become less bad run.
#38000 to #37995 - asotil
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(10/20/2015) [-]
but gain
#38001 to #38000 - marinepenguin
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Running a mile or two every other day at a good pace will actually help your gains. You'll be in better shape, lose some fat, and generally be more athletic.
#38003 to #38001 - asotil
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(10/20/2015) [-]
>Running more
>Good for gains

Nice try fucker, not my fault you lost all of yours. Shoo shoo
#38004 to #38003 - marinepenguin
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(10/20/2015) [-]
I gained back 10 pounds in a week. Don't be lazy, running is good for you, just don't run for 8 miles a day and your gains will be untouched.
#37993 to #37992 - baglesbites
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Sprint good, make run more better. Run more because practice make less suck
#37986 - studbeefpile
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Please refer to me as Coath Eli. I changed my name on insta (coath_eli) and YouTubes, it's more fitting.

kpeaceoutbye
#37994 to #37986 - baglesbites
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Thanks coath
#37987 to #37986 - marinepenguin
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Followed bruh
#37984 - marinepenguin
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(10/19/2015) [-]
May the ridiculous idea of spot reduction actually have some merit? Seems there is some evidence that it may actually be possible to a noticeable extent.

www.t-nation.com/training/targeted-fat-mobilization?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=article3534
#38026 to #37984 - KungFuZerO
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(10/20/2015) [-]
Thats some grade A bullshit dude. Dont be gullible.
#38028 to #38026 - marinepenguin
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(10/20/2015) [-]
I wasn't saying I believe it. I saw it, thought it'd be good discussion.
#37989 to #37984 - loomiss
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Well I'll be damned.
#37980 - anon
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(10/19/2015) [-]
hi
#37991 to #37980 - baglesbites
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Plz gib sticky
#37990 to #37980 - toasterstrudle
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Admin pls reply so I can be blessed by ur gains
#37988 to #37980 - loomiss
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(10/19/2015) [-]
You have 0 gainz
#37981 to #37980 - anon
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(10/19/2015) [-]
faggot
#37977 - asotil
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(10/19/2015) [-]
How do I become One Punch Man
#37985 to #37977 - anon
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(10/19/2015) [-]
ONE PUNCH MAN SAITAMA TRAINING!! | Tough Like The Toonz: EP 6
#37979 to #37977 - yesiambetter
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(10/19/2015) [-]
100 push ups, 100 sit ups, 100 squats, then a 10 km run every day. But that isn't all, you also have to eat 3 square meals a day, but a banana for breakfast is fine. And you have to keep the AC and heat off in the summer and winter. It strengthens the mind.
#37969 - toasterstrudle
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(10/19/2015) [-]
So what are you guys going as for Halloween this year? I'm going as my main man mignolet
#37976 to #37969 - asotil
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(10/19/2015) [-]
I'm gonna be cool for Halloween

The costume never seems to fit me though
#37971 to #37969 - studbeefpile
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(10/19/2015) [-]
I'm going as Talion from the Shadow of Mordor.

It gon' be dope, fam.
#37970 to #37969 - anon
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(10/19/2015) [-]
The gains goblin
#37978 to #37970 - anon
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Jason Noblit??
#37968 - muchname
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(10/18/2015) [-]
wanna try and calorie count to lose weight, what foods would you recommend someone that hates pretty much all fruit and veg
also, I feel like I should get a personal trainer since I have pretty weak will and get self concious in places like gyms.
#37966 - marinepenguin
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(10/18/2015) [-]
I was around 183-185 when I got home on Monday, and today I'm weighing around 192-194, I have gained back almost 10 pounds in a week. Jesus that was easy.
#37972 to #37966 - loomiss
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Water weight?
#37973 to #37972 - marinepenguin
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Doubt it, mainly because we drank insane amounts of water in basic. They forced us to.

If anything I should have lost water weight since I've been drinking slightly less.
#37974 to #37973 - loomiss
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Oh. must just be mad gains.
#37975 to #37974 - marinepenguin
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(10/19/2015) [-]
Regaining lost mass is easier then building new mass, so I'm assuming it's that.
#37956 - studbeefpile
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(10/18/2015) [-]
Errybody flexin they arms and abs, where the legs at, fam?

Also, please admire these excellent Extra-Length Boxer-Briefs I acquired recently. They're soooo comfortable.
#37982 to #37956 - anon
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(10/19/2015) [-]
just 4 u
#37983 to #37982 - Draigor
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(10/19/2015) [-]
shiet forgot to log in
#37959 to #37956 - Blackrain
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(10/18/2015) [-]
Implying I have legs to post pictures of.
#37957 to #37956 - marinepenguin
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(10/18/2015) [-]
I am ashamed to post my legs as they're where I lost most of my weight. I have small babyman legs.
#37958 to #37957 - studbeefpile
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(10/18/2015) [-]
Do olympic skwats. get legs bak.
#37960 to #37958 - marinepenguin
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(10/18/2015) [-]
Leg day is tomorrow, wish me luck as the last one nearly crippled me.
#37961 to #37960 - studbeefpile
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(10/18/2015) [-]
It would be reasonable to gradually adjust to volume again...like slowly increase your work load session to session so you don't get ridiculous DOMs each squat day
#37963 to #37961 - marinepenguin
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(10/18/2015) [-]
But seriously I am doing that. I got a little excited on my first leg day back.
#37962 to #37961 - marinepenguin
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(10/18/2015) [-]
Reasonable, yes.

Fun? Not at all.