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#6483 - undyingumbrage (10/17/2012) [-]
Ponyfags burn in hell
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User avatar #6470 - thebritishguy (10/16/2012) [-]
what would be a good diet for someone who does gymnastics?
#6472 to #6470 - anonymous (10/16/2012) [-]
Eating food.
User avatar #6457 - lolpandas (10/16/2012) [-]
Stepped up my training to 40+ hours a week for an upcoming race. 12 hours weight lifting, 18 hours cross fit/strongman style lifts, 10+ hours jogging/running. Any meals or foods with a slow absorption rate to last me these long workouts? Seems like mid way i get an intense food craving but don't want to eat for risk of puking.
User avatar #6492 to #6457 - nevergetsdubs (10/18/2012) [-]
inb4 hey guys hows stu-HHHHNNNNGGGGGGG
"OMG CALL 911"
*flips you over*
That Nigga dead, heart attack got him mothafucka
User avatar #6494 to #6492 - lolpandas (10/18/2012) [-]
That's what it feels like right about now XD

new cross fit day is kicking my ass.
User avatar #6495 to #6494 - nevergetsdubs (10/18/2012) [-]
what do you do for like...life?
no work/job?
I'm US Military so i jog 1 hour one day then lift 1 hour the next day and repeat, (changing the lifts)
User avatar #6496 to #6495 - lolpandas (10/18/2012) [-]
Full time student, and have my school schedule so I have a morning workout and afternoon workout. Want to perfect my body and do a number of high interval races before I graduate, so 2 more years of putting my body through hell.
User avatar #6497 to #6496 - lolpandas (10/18/2012) [-]
This is half a day's work:
3x [.5 mile sprints. 20 tractor tire flips. 20 burpees. 10 100lb jump squatts. 10 superman pushups
3x[ 20ft tire drag. 50ab bike. 50 reverse ab bike. 5 laps w/100lbs. 10 pullups
3x[.5mile sprints incline. 5minute jump rope. 30 hammer-tire hits. 10 tire rollups on platform. 10 reverse grip pullups
3x[20 clap pushups. 20 slow ab leg lifts (rise to shoulders) 45lb plate passes. 45lb plate shoulder rotations.

Do this 4 times a week, apart from my running and normal weight lifting. Just takes time, but isn't all that difficult to get used to.
User avatar #6466 to #6457 - hybridboxll (10/16/2012) [-]
That's crazy; try eating a whole cow hahaha.

In all seriousness, fatty things are slow digesting. Think whole milk, cottage cheese, a big fat steak, lamb, pork, etc.

To that you can add some good whole-grain bread, which has a lot of fiber and will make food travel slower inside your intestines.
User avatar #6456 - cheskie (10/16/2012) [-]
haha awkward moment when you're a girl and you come here to see pictures of muscular guys but then you realize that these are actually respectable people who came here to discuss fitness.....
#6493 to #6456 - nevergetsdubs (10/18/2012) [-]
not everyone on the internet is a neckbeard...
User avatar #6545 to #6493 - astraea (10/19/2012) [-]
le swag XDDDDDD
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#6454 - richterscale (10/16/2012) [-]
Has anybody tried this?
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User avatar #6452 - therambohawk ONLINE (10/16/2012) [-]
Ok i am going to post this in a couple of Boards......... I need mid-distance track and field competition racers for spring track this coming year for HS what is a great Mid distance racer that will last me the whole season (only races).
User avatar #6453 to #6452 - therambohawk ONLINE (10/16/2012) [-]
Like mid distance track spikes
#6441 - coolcman (10/15/2012) [-]
okay, i know stop reduction is a myth but if im dyel mode and i do a large amount of ab workouts (to hopefully gain muscle on my abs) as well as my regular workout and lose weight will my abs become better defined sooner into losing weight or will it make no difference?
okay, i know stop reduction is a myth but if im dyel mode and i do a large amount of ab workouts (to hopefully gain muscle on my abs) as well as my regular workout and lose weight will my abs become better defined sooner into losing weight or will it make no difference?
#6557 to #6441 - sharing (10/19/2012) [-]
you wont gain any muscle at all as a dyel without eating enough calories
User avatar #6442 to #6441 - hybridboxll (10/15/2012) [-]
Are you the fat or the skinny-fat type of dyel?
User avatar #6443 to #6442 - coolcman (10/15/2012) [-]
skinny fat, maybe leaning a little toward ottermode. i can kinda see abs already but im still too high body fat to really see them
User avatar #6445 to #6443 - hybridboxll (10/15/2012) [-]
I think it'd be better if you bulked for 2 or 3 months and then cut the extra weight (cutting is much, much easier and faster than people say it is).
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User avatar #6431 - Kyue ONLINE (10/15/2012) [-]
We don't have a health board, so this is the next best thing. I decided to do standing bar curls to increase my bicep size. My wrists would hurt has I raised the bar. Thinking it was a weight issue, I reduced the size. Didn't work. So I reduced it more, and determined it's not a weight problem. When I lift the bar, it feels like my wrist bones will twist and break. No matter the size of my arm muscles or body weight, I've always had very skinny wrists to the point where you can easily see the end of my forearm bone on one outside half. Is this normal at all? And if so, how do I fix it?
User avatar #6434 to #6431 - hybridboxll (10/15/2012) [-]
It sounds like there's something wrong with your tendons.

User avatar #6432 to #6431 - thelonelyfeel (10/15/2012) [-]
I had the same issue a while ago, turns out my muscles were bruised and that's what I was feeling. May not be the same with you but you never know.
User avatar #6433 to #6432 - thelonelyfeel (10/15/2012) [-]
Oh, I solved the issue by just waiting for the muscles to fix themselves. I injured them during parkour and pretty much kneed myself in the forearms so if you suffered anything similar that may be why they hurt. It took my arms a few months to get better.
User avatar #6421 - duggiefresh (10/15/2012) [-]
im trying to bulk in muscle but have some fat still around my gut. can i still do cardio or should i just avoid it?
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User avatar #6475 to #6421 - rickyhooverslobes (10/17/2012) [-]
What is your weight and BF%, and what weight do you want to get to?
User avatar #6476 to #6475 - duggiefresh (10/17/2012) [-]
right now my weight is 215, not sure bout body fat percentage. as far as weight goes im not sure wat i wanna be. just wanna get some muscle and lose a little weight around my stomach
User avatar #6477 to #6476 - rickyhooverslobes (10/17/2012) [-]
At 215...Hmmm, whats your height, and waste size if you dont mind. Ill figure out an apprx, BF%
User avatar #6478 to #6477 - duggiefresh (10/17/2012) [-]
waist is 36 and height is 6'1
User avatar #6479 to #6478 - rickyhooverslobes (10/17/2012) [-]
Best estimate, Id say you are around 18% BF, meaning that I would cut weight if I were you, it will do more help than bulking, you are already at a good weight. But if you drop down to around 200 you'll definetly see a nice bit of muscle tone.
User avatar #6480 to #6479 - duggiefresh (10/17/2012) [-]
awesome thanks sooo much for the help
User avatar #6481 to #6480 - rickyhooverslobes (10/17/2012) [-]
Anytime. Good luck!
User avatar #6436 to #6421 - hybridboxll (10/15/2012) [-]
I recommend you bulk first and then you cut.
#6416 - dragonzard (10/14/2012) [-]
Do any of you even lift?
User avatar #6417 to #6416 - rickyhooverslobes (10/14/2012) [-]
Im doubting that you do
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#6471 to #6413 - anonymous (10/16/2012) [-]
Nigga you fat lose weight.

do you even lift?
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#6502 to #6473 - luxors (10/18/2012) [-]
BMI does not take musclemass into consideration, so no, it is not 19 anymore and you do not gain 37 kg of muscle in two years
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#6558 to #6522 - sharing (10/19/2012) [-]
37kg of muscle in two years why arent you a body builder yet?
also that was a joke lying on the internet is sad
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User avatar #6412 - chuckey (10/14/2012) [-]
so what the consensus on Insanity? I know it comes with a diet plan but i have been dieting already for about 3 months now and lost 30+ pounds. However, I want to start this work out up but I really don't want to follow the diet plan. I just want to do the work out.
User avatar #6439 to #6412 - coolcman (10/15/2012) [-]
It is basically intense cardio, possibly good to losing fat, not good for gaining muscle. running and lifting weights is recommended. only get insanity if you dont have places to run or wights to lift.
User avatar #6407 - mrmanman (10/14/2012) [-]
Hey FJ, I need workouts for biceps and forearms
User avatar #6414 to #6407 - lolpandas (10/14/2012) [-]
Anything using a pulling motion works out biceps. Forearms are usually always used when working out any part of the arm, but you can do isolated workouts with forearm curls and reverse forearm curls. If you're using weights, go for curls, preacher curls, hammer curls, reverse curls, behind head tricep curls, skull crushers, etc.
User avatar #6419 to #6414 - mrmanman (10/14/2012) [-]
Thanks, I needed workouts for forearms especially
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User avatar #6446 to #6397 - musclemarinade (10/15/2012) [-]
Don't buy protein powder. Just have some good high quality food ready for you immediately after you're done working out. Examples would be Grilled chicken, baked salmon, hamburger on a whole wheat bun. Best post workout is high quality protein and a sweet potato with nothing on it. Tastes delicious and it will help speed up your recovery
User avatar #6402 to #6397 - rickyhooverslobes (10/14/2012) [-]
Optimum Nutrition Whey protein. Best protein winner 10 years straight now. Focus on diet though. Thats the main thing people DO NOT do
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User avatar #6395 - Kyue ONLINE (10/14/2012) [-]
What are good protein filled foods for after doing bench presses?
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User avatar #6403 to #6395 - rickyhooverslobes (10/14/2012) [-]
You should be eating that type of food all day long actually, white fishes, lean meat 97% lean, 3% fat, Natural Peanut butter, eggwhites, oats, nuts that have nothing special added to them, chicken (boiled or grilled)
User avatar #6447 to #6403 - musclemarinade (10/15/2012) [-]
Eat the entire egg and not just the egg whites. It's much better for you that way.
User avatar #6455 to #6447 - rickyhooverslobes (10/16/2012) [-]
Wrong. Egg whites is where all the protein comes from, the yolk provides some, but it has far too much carbs and fat in it.
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#6387 - thelonelyfeel (10/14/2012) [-]
So fitness I know you guys don't really talk much but I decided here would be perfect to post how my days are going. I have been working with 2, 15lb dumbbells doing 20 curls. Idk names but I do 10 straight and 10 twists with each arm.
I did that for 4 days, so 4 days doing around 80 curls a day.
For the last 3 days I was doing 40 curls. So 3 days doing around 120 curls a day.
I just bought some new weights yesterday that are 20lb dumbbells. So now I'm doing 40 reps still and so far I've done 80 today. Idk if this is good but that's what I'm doing.
I do occasional pushups but am so far too weak to do much. I boosted from being able to only do 5 pushups to doing 10 in the last week though.
The picture here is how I look now. Tomorrow I am going to start with situps and a little jogging so I am going to mark my progress.
As you can see I'm not really in shape right now I am 6'1 and 228lb which is considered obese on the BMI. (WARNING LARGE PHOTO)
User avatar #6448 to #6387 - musclemarinade (10/15/2012) [-]
While the others gave you decent advice, I have to disagree. What exactly are you trying to accomplish? Getting big muscles, losing weight, or getting in good physical condition?
User avatar #6449 to #6448 - thelonelyfeel (10/15/2012) [-]
Mainly just getting fit, I am in such bad health that just standing up takes all my breath away and I can't even lift most things I could before.
User avatar #6450 to #6449 - musclemarinade (10/16/2012) [-]
If that is your goal then you should do another version of what you were already doing. Try doing 3 sets of 20-30 pushups, 30 curls of the 15 or 20lbs, and a 1 minute plank every day. You should also start riding a bike for a certain distance every day and work on increasing that distance as you feel yourself getting stronger. Biking is much easier on your knees and is one of the best ways to get back into shape after not working out for a long time. If you stick to that every day you should start noticing results within the first week. One of the most important things you have to follow is a diet. Not a fad diet or any of that crap that leaves you feeling like you have less energy than before. First thing to do is cut out ALL sugar. The only exceptions to this would be fresh fruit (Not fruit juice as they often add extra sugar). Another thing that I personally cut out is all dairy products. Focus on eating fresh veggies (Or frozen veggies with no seasoning on them), fruit and a clean source of protein every day. Some examples of clean protein would be grilled chicken, whole eggs, fish (Salmon is my favorite), Beans, lean beef, and turkey. For carbs you want to have clean and healthy carbs. Some of the better examples are sweet potatoes, whole grain pasta whole grain bread, and fruit. You should work on getting fresh veggies in every meal. Try and mix up colors also, as the different colors often indicate different nutrients that your body needs to function at optimum efficiency. The hardest thing about getting in shape is finding the motivation and dedication to stick to it. But trust me, it will be one of the most rewarding and positive experiences of your life. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
User avatar #6451 to #6450 - thelonelyfeel (10/16/2012) [-]
Well I am a vegetarian so I eat mainly vegetables anyway though I do need to cut down on the junk food. But I can only do around 15 pushups right now, I do as many as I can at least once a day.
In the last 2 weeks I have gained 1 inch in my biceps. I am currently (measuring around the whole bicep) 12 inches relaxed and 14 inches flexed. My goal is to get to 17 inches flexed by the end of this year hopefully.
Also yea I'm gonna start biking soon so I can strengthen my knees and build cardio. I will be sure to stop by and ask your questions. Thanks for the advice ^_^
User avatar #6401 to #6387 - rickyhooverslobes (10/14/2012) [-]
What you are doing really isnt going to benefit you in any way, shape or form. What you need to do is get a strict routine in formation. Stick to to 10-12 reps per excercise. From what you said you only have DB's and they are only 20lbs. Ok, for Bi's, you will want to to 10-12 reps of normal curls, straight up, and slow back down, 3 sets of those. Then do concentration curls, 3 sets, 10-12 reps. Then do some hammer curls, same ideas on all of them, slow on the way back down, 3 sets 10-12 reps. Next bust out some curl to press. Sit, with no back support, maybe the edge of the bed or something that you have, I use a bench but you may not have one, you will do a normal curl, both arms at the same time, then once you have reached the fully curled position, turn the weights so your palms will now be facing outward, then press to the ceiling, AKA shoulder press, then bring them back down to the top curl postion and slowly bring them back down as if you were just finishing a curl. 4 sets 10-12 reps. Thats a severly basic idea set of what to do.
User avatar #6426 to #6401 - thelonelyfeel (10/15/2012) [-]
I am doing a strict routine in a way. I already have slightly bigger arms, I'm not looking to be a body builder or anything, just to get in a little better shape.
I make sure to do at least 120 curls or whatever you want to call them everyday. 40 when I wake up, 40 in the middle of the day, and 40 before bed.

I will try what I am doing for another week or so and if it doesn't work I will try the other stuff you said. But from what I've gathered, your workout will help with more than just arms and I am only worrying about my arms for now.
User avatar #6427 to #6426 - rickyhooverslobes (10/15/2012) [-]
Look, as much as you want to call that strict, that is not strict. You wont get anywhere by doing that, it will take a very very long time to achieve better arms by doing just that. Everything I had stated previously is all arms. Shoulders compliment the arms and will make your arms look much better when they are built as well. Everything compliments each other. Why do you just want to do arms though? That doesnt make much sense to me, no offense.
User avatar #6428 to #6427 - thelonelyfeel (10/15/2012) [-]
I don't care about how my body looks all that much for now, but I need bigger arms for pushups and stuff.
If you could explain what the other stuff is but a little simpler I will try it all. I believe you over myself about what will build muscle.
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