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#39692 - studbeefpile
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(11/21/2015) [-]
335x23. They were touch and go, so it doesn't count, I was using straps, so it doesn't count, I was pulling sumo, so it doesn't count. In all actuality I pretty much just grabbed a bar and did zero reps.
I also don't know how much this really counts as one set, since I started to take pretty long breaks between reps, and knelt down a couple times. My damn hips kept wanting to cramp up. I need to do some more Hip Airplanes. SAVE ME CHRIS DUFFIN.
#39707 to #39692 - baglesbites
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(11/22/2015) [-]
"nose torque" UUUGGHHHHH
#39708 to #39707 - baglesbites
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Nice set, first 10 reps were textbook form
User avatar #39696 to #39692 - asotil
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>No Ring Entrance ceremony
>No clap to wake up the gods
>No Mawashi
>No topknot
>No Gyoji present for ruling
>BLATANT Henka
>Probably only in Makushita
>Follows the style/lack of style comparable to Gagamaru
>No Chankonabe on rear table
>Filthy Dohyo, sign of no discipline

Worst sumo I've ever seen
User avatar #39701 to #39696 - studbeefpile
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Hold on, I kinda had a topknot.
User avatar #39703 to #39701 - asotil
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Filthy animal tail coming out of the back of your head like the rear end of a horse is not a top knot

In fact in literally makes you an ass face
User avatar #39724 to #39703 - studbeefpile
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(11/22/2015) [-]
Will do actual topknot next time.
#39726 to #39724 - asotil
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Yeah ok motherfucker you have fun with that. Don't post until you have a real one

See you in 2 years
User avatar #39723 to #39703 - studbeefpile
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(11/22/2015) [-]
...it's not filthy....I use conditioner.
#39725 to #39723 - asotil
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User avatar #39687 - marinepenguin
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Hit 210 for 20 on squats, then 205 for 10, 215 for 8, 225 for 6 and 245 for 3 on RDLs.

I'm going to lower the reps and start getting used to heavier weights now, since I haven't put anything over 225 on my back since being home and I need to get used to those weights again. Probably just gonna run some 3x5 on squats while adding in some front squats for extra volume at the end of my workouts, likely 3 sets of 6-8 will be what I shoot for. So now my leg workout would look like this:

Squats 3x5
RDLs 10,8,6
Leg extensions 4x20 30 second rest period
Leg curls 4x20 30 second rest period
Front squats 3x6-8
Weighted calf raises 5x25 30 second rest period
#39691 to #39687 - baglesbites
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If you want extra leg volume, Bulgarian split squats are an awesome compliment to back squats. If you haven't done unilateral work in a while, they'll cripple you after squats even with a light load.
User avatar #39693 to #39691 - marinepenguin
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I've done those before. They're pretty difficult. I might throw them in if front squats don't do me so well
User avatar #39688 to #39687 - studbeefpile
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>Doing leg extensions

jk, looks bretty good. I assume you're squatting multiple times a week if you're just gonna do 3x5?
User avatar #39689 to #39688 - marinepenguin
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>you mean high rep leg extensions with little rest RIP

And I run P/P/L without a rest day right now so I'm squatting once every 3 days.
User avatar #39685 - studbeefpile
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(11/21/2015) [-]
23 reps...

RIP IN PEACE

Will post vid soon.
#39686 to #39685 - asotil
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(11/21/2015) [-]
Just close your eyes and think of the power
#39682 - marinepenguin
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(11/21/2015) [-]
Do want
User avatar #39748 to #39682 - cptmongtard
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(11/22/2015) [-]
Definitely getting this and wearing it to the gym on Christmas Day
User avatar #39750 to #39748 - marinepenguin
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(11/22/2015) [-]
I bring it up to anyone who would possibly get me a present on Christmas, so I'm bound to get 1 or 2 of them. You can get it in blue, purple, black or green. Personally I like the green though. Seems more 'Christmasy'.
User avatar #39752 to #39750 - cptmongtard
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Yeah, I like the green. Red would have been nice too
#39681 - maddboiy
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So today i was doing deadlifts and i usually do 5x5 of 40kg but i decided that i wanted to be a little ballsy and increase the weight to find my max because i read on stronglifts that youre only supposed to do 1x5 of deadlifts. So i increased it to 60kg and then managed to get it to 80kg and did 1x5. So im pretty fucking pumped about that at the moment.
User avatar #39665 - vortexrain
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Is it weird of me to be kinda glad that I grew up obese? Don't get me wrong, I hate it, and I'm working on losing the fat. What I mean is that I could've been an entirely different person. I've heard that my face isn't bad look, so if I'd been skinny then maybe I could've had a girlfriend, maybe even more than one. I feel like the way my body looked, and the way that my life went as a result of it, made me a better person.
Imagine if I was skinny; there were some pretty good looking girls when I was in school, and I might've had a chance at one of them, or even all of them. I could've turned into an asshole womanizer, who goes from one girl to the next. I feel like being this way has made me more appreciative of the personality of a person; I'm not saying I'd date a 1/10 on personality alone, but I'd at least acknowledge that their personality matters. I feel like the way my body was, and is, has made me into a better person than I would've been if I'd been differently. Know what I mean?
#39683 to #39665 - leal
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User avatar #39684 to #39683 - marinepenguin
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I'd take it more as "I'm glad I came from a position where I had to overcome adversity and become a stronger person, compared to just having something handed to me" and not so much as "I liked being a fat kid"
User avatar #39676 to #39665 - marinepenguin
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I'm similar except I grew up very skinny and lanky.

Skinny doesn't mean you'll get girls, they'll just go for the more athletic guys. I didn't have a girlfriend until my senior year of high school, yet she dumped me for a guy who was better at sports.

Life is a learning experience.
User avatar #39666 to #39665 - dreygur
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Same here. I used to be quite bitter in middle school because I was fat and hated it, but after I lost the weight in early highschool, I generally became a much more enjoyable person because I didn't feel like I was being judged by my looks anymore, and I started appreciating being normalweight a lot. It's even making me consider dietitian as a future career so I'll understand it better and be able to help people get healthier lifestyles.
#39663 - anon id: ee304a2b
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I want to increase my dead hang pull ups. I usually do underhand. My max is only 7. Overhand my max is like 3, so I prefer doing underhand. No access to a gym or gym equipment. All I have is a pullup bar for my door. All I want is a higher one set of max, either or both underhand and overhand. I don't mind switching between over and under grip as long as I don't drop off the bar. Any suggestions?

Also what's the deal with kipping. Will that help my pull-ups if I learn to do it? Or is that only for like mountain climber/gymnasts or something?
User avatar #39664 to #39663 - marinepenguin
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Best way to get better at pull ups it's to do more. Do sets of pull ups to near failure throughout the day when possible, and try to increase the total amount of pull ups you do each day, then every Sunday or specific day of the week do a max out where you try to get as many pull ups in a row as possible.
User avatar #39655 - ilikethisusername
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(11/21/2015) [-]
i'm so angry right now FJ i can't fucking squat right.

i've watched all the videos on how to perform a perfect squat. i'm doing all the steps right.....but when i go down my feet go on my tippy toes and my heels come off the ground involuntarily. it's happening naturally, i don't know why.

i tried searching on google and nothing could help me understand. this shit keep happening. because of this i can't squat right. i feel like i wasted all my time trying to do these squats.

i keep going off balance. if i do a normal squat (without any weight on me including the barbell), i still go off balance and start to fall. i just can't fucking do it, what's wrong with me? this shit is annoying.
User avatar #39679 to #39655 - dealwithitfagg
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(11/21/2015) [-]
Stand about as wide as your shoulder and you can have your feet a little outwards, this way you have more stability.
I've been struggeling with squats too, and what helped me is to remember to bring your ass towards your heels. Your knees can go towards your toes (not further).
Squats aren't easy. I hope this will help. You can message me if you want.
User avatar #39671 to #39655 - Draigor
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Stick with it. Your mobility will get better as time goes on. I suggest sitting in a deep squat throughout the day while you do something like watch Netflix or read a book. You'll gain dat der ankle mobility in no time bro: )
User avatar #39690 to #39671 - ilikethisusername
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i can just imagine myself sitting in the position in front of the tv. my family will think im taking a shit.
User avatar #39704 to #39690 - Draigor
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but the gains will come from doing it
User avatar #39659 to #39655 - marinepenguin
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First off, chill out a little. Squats aren't necessarily something that everybody can just DO. Some people take a lot of years to finally figure out how to properly and safely squat with there specific body type.
User avatar #39657 to #39655 - ilikethisusername
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if i put my arms outwards....i'm doing it perfectly fine. what the fuck? i dont understand this shit.
User avatar #39654 - gloverdude
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(11/21/2015) [-]
Any advice on working out at home by yourself? I used to train kickboxing and Brazilian jiu jitsu, but I've stopped because I'm currently trying to finish up the last of my high school credits and I am super used to having a group of people to work out with. I just want some tips on how to keep it interesting or at least something with steady results. Thanks in advance oss.
User avatar #39711 to #39654 - magicpotato
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put on music and tell yourself " i will finish (whatever) by the end of the song" thats what i did at least
User avatar #39728 to #39711 - gloverdude
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Thanks man, I honestly never thought of giving myself little timed challenges like that
#39650 - asotil
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#39651 to #39650 - asotil
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Truly the sport of Kings
User avatar #39647 - studbeefpile
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Tomorrow I intend to commit suicide.

Gonna attempt to shatter my old touch and go rep record for deadlifts. 335x20 is the number to beat. Although this time I'm gonna be using straps. We'll see....It's been a while since I've done heavy high rep deadlifts (I do high rep pause DLs in most of my DLs sessions, but only with 225), so I might just fuckin suck. We'll see....

will post vid.
User avatar #39653 to #39647 - marinepenguin
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I should start deadlifting again..
User avatar #39672 to #39653 - studbeefpile
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Dude, what have you even been doing with your life?
User avatar #39673 to #39672 - marinepenguin
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Not deadlifting at all.

Other then RDLs anyways.
User avatar #39674 to #39673 - studbeefpile
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Any particular reason?
User avatar #39675 to #39674 - marinepenguin
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Haven't needed it. You get more bang for your buck from squats in terms of leg strength and I do enough back work to have a plenty strong lower back, and thick and wide upper and mid back.

The only reason I've deadlifted before was to just try something new. I've deadlifted 405 as my max so it's not like I'm weak there when I don't deadlift often.
User avatar #39677 to #39675 - studbeefpile
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That completely depends on how you squat, and how you deadlift. Deadlifts aren't primarily a leg movement anyway.

Sure you can hypertrophy your back without deadlifts, no question at all (even though deadlifts are one of the most efficient ways to build a big strong back overall when done properly). However there's other aspects of the deadlift -other than hypertrophy- that make it a great movement. You can't train your nervous system with the same intensity with any movement besides the deadlift - not to mention it's good practice for having your body function as a holistic unit. Plus, studies show that very heavy compound movements (namely the deadlift, since it's the 'heaviest' of the big 3) serve to strengthen your bones with a callus effect. You can't get that from rows.
User avatar #39678 to #39677 - marinepenguin
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I don't NEVER deadlift, I just usually choose to focus on either my deadlift or my squat and the squat usually wins out. Usually what happens is I'll focus on deadlifts pretty hard for 3 or so months and add 30-40 pounds to my PR before going back to squats.
#39638 - dvmaster
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(11/20/2015) [-]
>tfw cocoon mode
User avatar #39652 to #39638 - marinepenguin
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To be healthy you should be in between cocoon and normalfag. Be dedicated and keep to your values, but don't be afraid to go out every now and then to have fun and even blow your diet.

Live a little, enjoy life. I lift to make my life better, not constrict myself.
User avatar #39648 to #39638 - studbeefpile
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Gains are my first love, but I'll take on mistresses in the form of girls from time to time.
User avatar #39627 - studbeefpile
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If you do crunches, sit-ups, or any other exercises that intentionally put you in spinal flection, you're a fuckin fool.

Ab wheel, leg raises, mountain climbers, planks, or even just some properly braced front squats will give you all the development, without any of the compromising back positions, shitty movement patterns, or potential postural imbalances.

Don't be a fuckin fool.
#39639 to #39627 - asotil
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>Core
>Ever
#39635 to #39627 - baglesbites
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Thanks Chris Duffin
User avatar #39649 to #39635 - studbeefpile
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Real talk, Chris Duffin is a fuckin genius.
User avatar #39636 to #39635 - marinepenguin
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Even if he's getting that info from Chris he's still wrong. Chris says that loaded crunches or sit ups are dumb because they aren't applicable to any real world movement and don't increase your core strength, which is absolutely true. He says they give you "pretty abs" but no core strength.

My point is that if you are doing direct ab work, sit ups and crunches included, correctly you'll get nicer abs. Which is what I do them for.
User avatar #39637 to #39636 - asotil
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True, most exercises don't build real world applicable strength like fucking tire flips do

But you know what's a real world applicable strength activity? Going to the gym and lifting weights
User avatar #39632 to #39627 - marinepenguin
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Except most of that is just incorrect.

Yes, bringing the ribcage up towards your pelvis can put the spine in a comprising position, but unless you are trying to do 50+ sit ups with a 45 pound plate, you won't be experiencing nearly enough sheer forces to injure your lower back. And muscle imbalances only occur if you just plain neglect your lower back. Not to mention the people who suffer from pain from sit ups are the ones who are grossly misinterpreting how to do them correctly. Just like squats, "squatting hurts your knees",squatting like a jackass with excessive forward knee drift hurts your knees. Doing sit ups for speed and reps like an idiot will hurt your back.

Plus with exception of ab rollouts barely those are all iso movements that stress the inner musculature of the stomach and back, and even ab rollouts can give individuals lower back pain even when done correctly, me included. You aren't going to reach the same level of muscular development in your outer abdominals doing purely fronts squats and planks as if you did direct ab work.
User avatar #39643 to #39632 - studbeefpile
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Leg raises? Pretty much exactly the same as sit ups, just from a different angle, and you keep a neutral back.
User avatar #39644 to #39643 - marinepenguin
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Leg raises are awesome. I personally do 3 sets of hanging leg raises supersetted with regular sit ups, 15 reps each, and then I'll do Pavlov presses.
User avatar #39645 to #39644 - studbeefpile
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Right, and they don't require any unnatural/dysfunctional spinal flexion. I agree with what you said about there being a right and wrong way to perform these exercises, but I believe I feel similarly about them as you do about decline bench, based on the conversation we had about that. There are just better exercises.
User avatar #39646 to #39645 - marinepenguin
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Absolutely. As I said, if your goal is core strength or strong abs for compound movements, sit ups are a pretty poor movement.

I do them with weighted leg raises purely for abdominal hypertrophy.
User avatar #39621 - marinepenguin
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>not doing 100 pushups
>not doing 100 situps
>not running 10km
>not doing this EVERY. SINGLE. DAY
User avatar #39667 to #39621 - dreygur
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Chemotherapy and steroids should yield the same results.
User avatar #39669 to #39667 - marinepenguin
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Great. I'll do both.
User avatar #39656 to #39621 - ilikethisusername
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every single day? arent you exercising the same muscle every day? isnt that bad?
User avatar #39658 to #39656 - marinepenguin
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This was a joke. That's the exercise that one punch man does apparently that makes him so strong.
User avatar #39633 to #39621 - the one and only
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Something tells me that youve been watching anime good anime ahahaha
User avatar #39628 to #39621 - studbeefpile
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Sit ups, u mean back snaps
User avatar #39630 to #39628 - marinepenguin
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Situps can actually be pretty damn good, just most people do them wrong and turn them into an endurance exercise spitting out 100 reps at a time. They also turn them into hip flexor movements and not abdominal movements.

If you do situps to where you have no support on your feet holding htem down, tense up like you're about to get punched in the stomach, then perform more slow reps while maintaining that contraction, 8-15 reps will kill you.

Personally I do hanging leg raises for 15 with weights on my feet, then go straight into situps for 15 with a 5 pound dumbbell behind my head. A couple sets of that and I'm destroyed.
User avatar #39629 to #39628 - marinepenguin
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Wut
#39623 to #39621 - anon id: cfffd363
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>Not being bald
User avatar #39625 to #39623 - marinepenguin
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I will be soon, because you just gave me cancer.
User avatar #39622 to #39621 - asotil
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Who are you
User avatar #39624 to #39622 - marinepenguin
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I am

Single slap lad
#39617 - anon id: cfffd363
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Embarrassingly skinny forearm near wrists. Would break wrist if I ever punched someone. What can I do about my forearm?
User avatar #39620 to #39617 - marinepenguin
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There are no muscles within that part of the wrist to make it larger. If you have a smaller sized bone structure then you can't do much about it.

My forearms are very long, so my wrists are also extremely skinny. But one good thing is that if you build up big upper arms and forearms, they'll look bigger due to your small wrists in comparison.
User avatar #39619 to #39617 - asotil
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Fap
#39615 - asotil
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Tried whole milk today. Think it's kicking in now
User avatar #39616 to #39615 - asotil
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Also studbeefpile I don't want to hear anymore about your obesity problem you fucking skelly
User avatar #39626 to #39616 - studbeefpile
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It okay fam, we be obese together. Wer can i sign up 4 sumo rasstlin?
User avatar #39631 to #39626 - asotil
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I wish I knew
#39612 - maddboiy
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Can i get some general physique advice? I'm thinking that i need to do more work with my shoulders because i think they're a bit unbalanced compared to my chest and arms. Should i focus more on my shoulders for a bit and lay off some of my other exercises a bit more seeing as my OHP is lagging behind my others at the moment?
User avatar #39640 to #39612 - magicpotato
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BULK BULK BULK. it looks like you run on the treadmill alot. dont. eat 700-800 calories over your limit and lift in 5X5's mass and good gains will come to you.
#39670 to #39640 - maddboiy
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ive actually not done any cardio for over a month now since ive been bulking. ive been hitting about 3000 calories every day for teh last few weeks and ive switched to 5x5s recently. this is what i looked like just under a month ago (28.10.15) for comparison, not much of a change. I've only started hitting a major calorie surplus for a while and switched to 5x5s properly this past week so i guess its just a matter of time before i start to see any major gains.
User avatar #39614 to #39612 - asotil
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If you have passive Unholy Damage we need an Enchanter for a raid. Immunity to >Level 6 magic is a help too
User avatar #39618 to #39614 - maddboiy
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y...you too
User avatar #39613 to #39612 - marinepenguin
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You need to put on more mass overall before you need to worry about whether your shoulders are looking good or not.
#39608 - supahsayin
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Status Update: Since starting a swimming regiment at the college, there have been some good and bad points.

Basic info, for those who don't know: 5 foot 8 eighteen year old that weighs 250 lbs started a calorie reduction diet with a daily limit of 2k kcals in the beginning of this summer started exercising in August.
The Bad: I don't think I've lost weight from swimming in one hour sessions, three times a week. In fact, I might have gained three or so pounds, and I took a week long break to watch my household while the family was gone, and had a particularly cheater-y cheat day, with Satan's soda and an extra 1k kcals on that day(yesterday).

The Good: In terms of function, I have made noticeable improvements. The front pouch on my stomach has shrunk a bit and feels less dense, I have a tangible regiment at the pool, compared to flapping about and need to take a two minute break every half-lap. On top of that, I can now do pushups! Normal legitimate pushups! So far, my highest in one set has been eight, but I am able to recover after a minute break and do more.

Pic related, my fidness goal. If anyone can help me find a good deal on pull-up bars(Can't use the in-door ones, shitty door frames means too much stress on the door, door's not wide enough for any of them, and I'm too heavy for recommended max loads for them), I would appreciate the fuck out of you.
User avatar #39641 to #39608 - magicpotato
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start running stairs and doing sprints. i do them with a 40lb weight vest on (highly recommended). it will tone your glutes/thighs. i tried the swimming thing and i i did was get pissed because it took so long. hope this helps
User avatar #39661 to #39641 - supahsayin
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Thanks!
User avatar #39607 - darealsnooki
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When I get out of high school next year, I plan on losing a lot of weight.

I weighed in this morning at 284lbs, which is 10lbs above average for me. This got me thinking of what else I could cut from my life that adds weight. I haven't had soda since March 29th of last year, and I am currently planning out what foods and drinks I would eat and drink that does not contain sugar, because I'm planning on quitting sugar in general.

Can someone tell me what weight loss/legal muscle enhancers I can take to shed this weight at an easier rate than normal?

Also, if any of you would like to give advice, I would appreciate it
#39662 to #39607 - anon id: ee304a2b
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liamrosen.com/fitness.html
If you're too lazy to read the whole thing you're too lazy to get fit. Calorie intake(diet) > exercising. Exercising is highly recommended of course. But for straight weightloss you'll have to concentrate on diet, which should be easy. Stick to simple foods that are healthy. Chicken/fish, vegetables, fruit, oatmeal, yogurt, rice, etc. My died only consists of like 20 foods, but I'm not super athletic or anything. ALL basics are covered in the link. Completely eradicating junkfood and soda from you diet is something you'll have to start doing too. Once you start learning about your own body you'll figure out when you can adjust your diet and all that.
User avatar #39642 to #39607 - magicpotato
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anything you can buy that has "weight loss" in the title doesn't work, they are all gimmicks. what you need to do is get your fat ass off the couch NOW. don't wait untill high-school ends, because if you are anything like i was, you will just keep putting it off over and over again. good things come to those who wait, but greater things come to those who act. pm me if you need inspiration/advice
User avatar #39660 to #39642 - darealsnooki
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Trust me, I'm not like other fat people. When I plan to exercise, I will do it.

Like this past Summer, in the heat in Oklahoma, I put on a hoodie and just ran and did other exercises for at most 2 hours. The only reason why I'm waiting is because of the heat. However, if I can find a way to get an elliptical, then I will do it soon.

Also, recently, I walked a total of 11 miles in two days with some ease. I'd say that I'm still somewhat healthy for my statistics, but I need someone who is into this health stuff to help guide me to even more weight loss. Someone like you. Which is why I will PM you eventually. I just don't know when
#39606 - asotil
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R8 my dinner /fitness/

Mexican Rice so my legs get strong enough to jump th- squat lots of weight

Milk- the drink of choice for marinepenguin's people

My mom said there's some chicken in there but I think she's full of shit

Somewhere in the world Ronnie Coleman is crying, while the sumo Gagamaru has broken out into a large smile
User avatar #39668 to #39606 - dreygur
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shit nigga, give me some
User avatar #39634 to #39606 - Draigor
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Your posts always make my day a little less shitty
User avatar #39609 to #39606 - loomiss
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>glass of milk not a gallon
>utensils rather than eating with your hands like the animals youve became
> not eating the "chicken" raw
>not watching studbeefpile bench/squat while you eat

do you even lift?
User avatar #39611 to #39609 - vermilliot
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Its like he doesn’t even want to leave humanity behind..
User avatar #39610 to #39609 - studbeefpile
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I actually accidentally ate raw chicken once...

Shit if that's true I need to really make sure I've got form completely in check. Wouldn't want to be a bad example....