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#12 - mcbiff
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my heart rate when trying the first one
my heart rate when trying the first one
#254 to #12 - rotaryking
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This killed me!
#124 to #12 - anon id: 3c09bccd
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do push ups for 2 weeks. guarantee you'll easily double what you can do. I started at 2 sets of 20 when i was trying to get into shape. Now I do 4 sets of 50.
User avatar #100 to #12 - leglesslegolegolas
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25 pushups becomes easy after trying a few times.
#663 to #100 - finances
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My body refuses to allow me to get in shape... I started working out in May, but then I get hit by a ******* car two days later and I am still in recovery three months on. My chiropractor says I can do push ups and light work-out that does not involve bending my back, but no no, when I was 8 I broke my left hand, leaving it permanently weakened. Three years on, a ******* icicle dropped on my right hand and severed three tendons, leaving that one permanently weakened too, and thus I am unable to do push ups, pull ups, lift weights, you name it. So I guess my fate is written and I will die of a thundering cardiac arrest before age 40.
Mfw
User avatar #101 to #100 - lolme
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What he said. I could only do like 40 crunches the first time I did them (Gym at school.) and after 3 more times (On different days.) I could do around 60. And as most of you already know, I am not the fit type.
User avatar #18 - godtherapist
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crunches are a vanity workout. They are for idiots who think that crunches are how you get a six pack and a flat stomach, not realizing that you don't lose weight like that.
User avatar #73 to #18 - mutzaki
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Or, maybe they just want to be healthy and not neglect a vital part of their body from exercise.
User avatar #138 to #73 - godtherapist
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There are better things to do to exercise your core. Crunches are one of the least effective. They are so bad at helping your core that a half hour of laughing is better than an hour of crunches. Not to mention they are terrible for your back and neck. So you can go ahead and do them but I'm staying 200 feet away.
User avatar #189 to #138 - mutzaki
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Crunches are popular because of how simple they are. If you do them properly, you shouldn't strain or damage anything, just like with literally any other exercise.
Any exercise that targets your desired muscle group works fine, and crunches have definitely made a difference for me.
#157 to #138 - anon id: 89fde8be
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Pics of what you've done for your core bruh?
User avatar #249 to #18 - adu
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Well they worked for me, although it's possible to do the motions of crunches without using any of the right muscles.
User avatar #538 to #249 - adu
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Excuse me, SIT UPS worked for me. There's actually an important difference, like not constantly curling your back like a leper with scoliosis.
User avatar #713 to #18 - papakush
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They will help improve your abs, but obviously alongside other workouts. They'll only do this though if you already have a flat stomach, otherwise it will just bring your abs out under the layer of fat and make you look fatter. They don't directly make you lose weight straight away, but if you build up more muscle and increase your muscle:fat ratio, this will increase your metabolism and help you burn off calories, helping you lose weight.
#20 to #18 - anon id: 57491c6a
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Well since you seem to be so enlightened please share some of your knowledge with us. What is the perfect weight-loss workout?
User avatar #21 to #20 - godtherapist
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Eat less. Move more.
User avatar #219 to #21 - TheTurnbull
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Crunches strengthen abs but do not lose fat. So, once you're all jacked and ready for your magazine cover sure, but if you're trying to lose weight, crunches aren't the way to go
User avatar #225 to #219 - godtherapist
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I never said that they didn't strengthen muscle. Anything you do over and over again to any muscle will strengthen it. Like I can sit here and make my arms move up and down and I would gain strength and stamina from repetitive movements but it doesn't change the fact that crunches are highly inefficient and do not give your tight abs or a six pack or a flat stomach.

Like I said. They are a vanity exercise.
#272 to #225 - Shadow Guardian
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"Repetitive movements."
#338 to #225 - ennemi
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it give you bigger abs, but to see them one have to lower is body weight by doing cardio workout
User avatar #237 to #225 - TheTurnbull
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Mainly, yes it's a vanity exercise and looked down on by anyone who takes fitness seriously. But, with proper equipment you can turn it into something worthwhile
e.g. The Glute Ham sit up: www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7GBuMK1-b0
Takes the fundamental motion and adds extra degrees to it to work the entire core instead of just the front abs.
User avatar #244 to #237 - godtherapist
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There are plenty of other exercises that strengthen core without having to target directly but if your core is so weak that you need to target it working the stabilizers is a better idea because that is where most people are actually weak, not the abdominal.

If you are going to be doing any crunches at all the only ones that I would recommend would be a cable crunch or an oblique crunch. At least with the cable you are not going to hurt your neck and with obliques people tend to miss those anyway.
User avatar #890 to #244 - achimp
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This is months late, but you're online, and well, I thought I'd ask.
1. What about reverse crunches? Those any good?
2. What are some good core exercises?
User avatar #252 to #244 - TheTurnbull
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Granted yes, it's a fairly controversial subject and as we are all different, some of us may not be suited to different styles of exercise. Like someone who runs regularly with shoes and suddenly the next day switches to barefoot running.

And agreed, there are better ways to spend time working abdominal muscles instead of doing crunches. My point was it's better than doing nothing, but if people want to actually get serious then they should read up on it.

But, no matter where you stand on that, everyone who knows anything about fitness hates curls
#746 to #21 - ophir
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I totally agree, but I rather hold on to the moral, Eat much, move much
User avatar #694 to #21 - burdenedsoul
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in other words: "put down the fork and take a hike"
#632 to #21 - anon id: 456980ae
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Correction. Eat more. Lift more. No one likes light weights.
User avatar #23 to #21 - psychlogic
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THIS. You want to lose weight? Expend more energy than you consume. It's not a difficult concept.
User avatar #71 to #23 - suckittrebek
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Why heavy lifting? Because muscles will increase the daily consumption of calories (Basic Metabolic Rate)
User avatar #69 to #23 - suckittrebek
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Do some heavy lifting, some cardio and eat healthy!
Lots of proteins baby! (Proteins will lessen your appetite)
User avatar #33 to #21 - teleamachus
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I like how superficial morons thumb down your first comment and up your second.

"This is wrong but this is right!" Like they ******* know
#204 to #33 - SuperSixONE
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User avatar #132 to #18 - othdaddy
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your right in saying it doesn't help you loose weight, crunches are designed to help tone and define the abdominal
#144 to #18 - anon id: 1986c6d3
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Crunches do help you ********. It won't do much good only doing crunches, variation is always key in working out, but crunches definitely help if you want to build up some strength
User avatar #270 to #18 - garymotherfingoak
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what about sit ups?
User avatar #274 to #270 - godtherapist
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Also ****.
User avatar #307 to #274 - garymotherfingoak
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even for the muscle portion?
User avatar #321 to #307 - godtherapist
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Sit ups will get you three things. A bad back, a sore neck, and a huge gut that makes you look fat. Sit ups makes your abdominal bigger, ie, rounder. Stop watching body building comps and take a look at strong man comps. Those guys like like they drink beer 24/7 because of how strong. and BIG, their abs are.
User avatar #341 to #321 - garymotherfingoak
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i havent watched any of those... -_-

and are you sure about the 3rd one?
User avatar #359 to #341 - godtherapist
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People think that the abdominal is a muscle group. It is not. It is one whole muscle that goes from the solar plexus all the way to the pubis. If you keep making it stronger, it will bulge in the center like all muscles because that is where there are the most strands.

There IS an abdominal muscle group but that consists of the Internal obliques, external obliques (The sides, where love handles grow) The transverse abdominus (Where you get the v shape from) and the Rectus Abdominus which is what gives you the six pack (Or eight pack, or four pack, it is a genetic thing) If you keep working only the Rectus then your gut will bulge out.
#625 to #359 - anon id: 456980ae
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The **** are you on about? Do you need a biology lesson you little git?

Newsflash ****** : the abdominal cortex is linked directly to the bicep and the tricep making them sublime to each other while the glutes are intertwined with your neck shoulders making your abdominals entirely linked to the "muscle group" muscles of your first delta muscle. As such, your quadricep muscles tens each time you do a crunch, sit up or any other exercise that makes your abdominals move. Concluding - the abdominals are a distinct muscle group.

Stop feeding people your 1960 ********. Haven't you read any newer articles?
User avatar #413 to #359 - retardedboss
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You know your **** man. Thanks for explaining it that way. What kind of exorcises hit the obliques and the latissamus dorsi? Those are the spots where I can really feel how small the muscles are for me.
#401 to #307 - KungFuZerO
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please dont listen to him
Situps are one step in a multiple step process to get a six pack
They only give you a bad back/sore neck if you're doing them wrong
Source: I'm a personal trainer with a six pack
User avatar #408 to #401 - garymotherfingoak
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he's puts up a better argument though...
User avatar #544 to #408 - godtherapist
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KungFuZerO is technically correct, you can utilize sit ups properly and gain from them. But I am telling you that 90% of the people who do sit ups are doing them wrong and there are a million other ways that you can increase your core without doing something that can so easily be ****** up, and ruin your day.

Planking for example is a million times safer and the average person, even when they do them wrong, will not **** up their back or neck.

Also Personal Trainer =/= Health Professional.
User avatar #561 to #544 - garymotherfingoak
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I have a question about planking though, how much more or less does it yield in muscle production or fat loss or less negatives compared to crunches and sit ups?
User avatar #563 to #561 - godtherapist
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>apples
>oranges

What am I comparing again?
User avatar #566 to #563 - garymotherfingoak
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on second thought, it was a dumb question.
#547 to #544 - KungFuZerO
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You're retarded then. You never tell someone not to do a workout just because 90% of people do it wrong. You teach them to be the 10%.
And I never said it did core. Obviously planks do core better than situps
And it means i know more than you, especially in the field of body building and strength training (my specializations, as in what I get paid to do)
User avatar #549 to #547 - godtherapist
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>Know more than you

You don't even know what I do for living.
#551 to #549 - KungFuZerO
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I know you dont train people in physical fitness
Or else I wouldn't have to correct you
User avatar #555 to #551 - godtherapist
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You didn't "correct" me, you disagreed with me, and I explained to you why I would never recommend people to do sit ups. Even if I did sit there and coach someone through the proper way to do them I would never be able to be with them every single time they do it, which means they could potentially hurt them selves ever time. Why the hell would I teach them something that puts them at risk when I can just give them an exercise that works and is safe?

They are unneeded, dangerous, and a vanity workout. So please tell me the benefit of them?
#556 to #555 - garymotherfingoak
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This image has expired
Now now children, settle down.
#557 to #555 - KungFuZerO
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I did correct you, because you were wrong. Disagreeing more so applies to opinions.   
And if you dont mind, what do you do for a living?   
>mfw he thinks situps are dangerous
I did correct you, because you were wrong. Disagreeing more so applies to opinions.
And if you dont mind, what do you do for a living?
>mfw he thinks situps are dangerous
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#570 to #567 - KungFuZerO
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You're allowed to judge who is wrong in these types of matters when you are certified by a nationally accredited fitness association. In the meantime you can keep your opinions to yourself.
and really? youre backing up your argument with dailymail and dnaindia?
i thought I was going to have to prove you knew nothing, turns out you did it for me
If you're next post doesnt have a picture of your proof of certification, I'll just ignore it. I actually have work in the morning, where I'll be teaching people the best and proper way to workout
User avatar #573 to #570 - godtherapist
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>Implying I actually give a **** what you think.
#620 to #573 - anon id: 456980ae
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Stop giving people the idea that sit ups can be as ******* dangerous as deadlifts with poor form you twat.
#577 to #573 - KungFuZerO
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haha
User avatar #639 to #577 - lasmamoe
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What a ******* arrogant bastard you are.
Just because you are a "certified" fitness instructor, doesn't mean that you are the king of knowledge.

You can have an open discussion with someone, instead of dismissing ALL his arguments, saying "I am certified, and you are not, so your opinion is wrong".
#813 to #639 - KungFuZerO
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You know what? No.
3 years of state college education, thousands of dollars on fitness textbooks, 200 hours of gym internships, and a $350, 4 hour test tell me I know what the **** I'm talking about.
How ******* dare you call me ignorant. You need to learn to some ******* respect when speaking to a professional in his field.
Until your credentials match or exceed mine, you should keep your ignorant ******* mouth shut.
User avatar #817 to #813 - lasmamoe
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You have the worst attitude i have ever witnessed.

"How dare you call me ignorant!" - I didn't call you ignorant.
"You need to learn to show some ******* respect when speaking to a professional in his field" - Are you kidding me? You haven't shown even the slightest amount of respect to anyone here yet.

I dont care how much money you've spent on college education and "fitness textbooks". If you cant accept other peoples opinions, then your education has been a waste of time.
#826 to #817 - KungFuZerO
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Its not an opinion *******
The rest doesnt merit recognizing and replying to
#812 to #639 - KungFuZerO
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haha ok
User avatar #448 to #18 - srskate
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So how do you recommend I work out my abs?
User avatar #499 to #18 - anonymouzx
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What's a good workout for specifically belly fat? I'm choosing you over google because you seem to know your ****.
User avatar #529 to #499 - godtherapist
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Eat less. Move more.

Seriously, you don't get to choose where your body drops fat from. It chooses for you, the only way to get rid of *insert body part* fat is to lose fat in general. Abdominal fat is the worst because your body never wants to get rid of that ****. This is why for 8 months out of a year most body builders have stomach pudge. You can not walk around ripped 24/7, you will eventually die from that kind of diet constantly.
User avatar #530 to #529 - anonymouzx
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Well...I'm kinda skinnyfat. I don't have as much fat anywhere else but my belly.
User avatar #533 to #530 - godtherapist
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Lift more. Muscle mass increases your metabolic rate which makes it easier for your body to use up stored fat. Also stay away from pop, simple starches, and aspartame. Actually stay away from all artificial sweeteners. They are the number one cause for the spike in fat people imho.

Oh also eat two eggs at breakfast every day. People who eat two eggs at breakfast have been sown to lose more weight than those who ate a carb breakfast.
User avatar #550 to #533 - anonymouzx
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Also, what workout do you recommend? I know move more, but how.
User avatar #559 to #550 - godtherapist
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Whatever floats your boat. Find a routine you think you can stick with and start doing it. Get on message boards, talk to people, try different things, mix up workouts, build your own. It is supposed to be fun, not work. If you feel like you are doing a second job you are missing the point of an active lifestyle.

The best way is to incorporate it into your life. Instead of walking downtown, jog there. If you can jog, run. Set yourself a time. If you beat it, you get a treat. Same with lifting. Find your limits and try to work towards beating them. Grab a friend and make some bets.
User avatar #536 to #533 - anonymouzx
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Ha. I do stay away from pop, simple starches, and aspartame. Thanks to the guy from my avatar (Serj Tankian, just incase I change my avatar and someone see's this much later). Yeah, i'll start eating eggs now. They make me feel full and have energy whenever I do eat them for breakfast.
#707 to #18 - heroicpenguin
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Crunches strengthen the core muscles making other body parts work more effective
#771 to #18 - anon id: 49bc08e4
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Core strength is probably the most important thing to work on though, it's far more important than loosing weight
#780 to #18 - anon id: 2cd48927
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Wonder how that alone helped me get back to former shape.
User avatar #614 to #18 - safier
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shouldn't you also leave a one day break from one muscle group to repair after a workout and focus on another the next day? (just curious)
User avatar #123 - zorororonoa
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Man, how will i ever be able to do this? I can't change gender every step.
#170 to #123 - kipluck
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I loled.
#135 to #123 - ylegrand
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After months of working out, I am now able to change my gender twice per workout

You'll make it brah
User avatar #367 to #135 - muffintime
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We're all gonna make it brah.
#239 - lookatmyhouseofwax
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>Wake up
>Computer
>Breakfast
>Game
>Eat
>Game
>Fap
>Sleep

User avatar #251 to #239 - dinonator
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the vicious cycle of everyone on this site
#320 to #239 - jalthelas
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**jalthelas rolled a random image posted in comment #5674509 at Bronysexuals **


You know me so well..
User avatar #400 to #239 - ChristopherLloyd
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mine
>Wake up
>Fap
>Computer
>Fap
>Breakfast
>Fap
>Game
>Fap
>Eat
>Fap
>Game
>Fap
>Sleep
User avatar #428 to #239 - trifton
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>Wake up
>Fap
>Fap
>Fap
>Eat
>Fap
>Fap
>Games
>Eat
>Fap
>Sleep
#839 to #239 - anon id: a1d9875a
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>wake up
>fap
>eat
>fap
>watch tv
>fap
>go the restroom
>fap while taking a ****
>sleep
>dream about fapping
User avatar #450 to #239 - srskate
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it's a shovel, not a Popsicle.
#247 to #239 - sedativechunk
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... Do you have a camera in my house?
User avatar #405 to #239 - mondominiman
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ME
>wake up
>go to work
>hate work
>come home
>computer
>sleep
I barely eat.
#264 - injerseyforever
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The hope that more people stop being out of shape and get fit makes me happy.   
Where I live, so many obese people around 500 pounds, complaining about being "handicapped". Obesity is a choice, not genetics. I'm sick of the Big is beautiful trend going on. Fat is unhealthy. Stop trying to sugarcoat people's laziness.   
I am fully ready for all the red thumbs, because I could give zero ***** with just stating the medical truth.   
Glorious people trying to get fit, makes me so proud.
The hope that more people stop being out of shape and get fit makes me happy.
Where I live, so many obese people around 500 pounds, complaining about being "handicapped". Obesity is a choice, not genetics. I'm sick of the Big is beautiful trend going on. Fat is unhealthy. Stop trying to sugarcoat people's laziness.
I am fully ready for all the red thumbs, because I could give zero ***** with just stating the medical truth.
Glorious people trying to get fit, makes me so proud.
User avatar #308 to #264 - musclezglassez
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im lazy af but i still wanna be healthy, but i mean only healthy. like im not trying to work out more hours a day then i sleep like ****** id look like Schwarzenegger. im just tryin to be fit enough so i don't start breathin real hard after i run up the stairs lol
#457 to #264 - anon id: 86876fd7
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Medical truth is that some people are fighting addiction. Nobody WANTS to be an overweight fatty. While yes, this is a good post because it "helps" it won't beat the addiction.

Source: I'm a Nurse and have to talk to patients all day who blubber and cry over it.
#675 to #264 - anon id: e5d7cb19
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Mark Hunt Strength & Conditioning Training

Sometimes is genetics.
#297 to #264 - steamloler
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That name + The post
=
<----
#418 to #264 - welcometoatl
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IT'S STILL YOUR ************ SET!
User avatar #621 to #264 - cazabrow
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It infuriates me how people, instead of simply putting in effort to become (properly) healthy or in shape, decide to bend the idea that being fat is normal and out of their control.

************* to this.
User avatar #808 to #264 - sweat
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you must be in america
#330 to #264 - justbrandonreally
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That cool...   
,but that ******* videos scare the **** out of me.   
He's always yelling.
That cool...
,but that ******* videos scare the **** out of me.
He's always yelling.
User avatar #382 to #330 - residentblackman
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He intimidates and motivates me at the same time!
#485 to #264 - hchmly
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CT Fletcher is the ************* ****.
#269 to #264 - aaadddmmmiiinnn
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User avatar #265 to #264 - girguy
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thank you for saying everything you just said
User avatar #296 to #264 - sixfivefourtwoone
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Agreed, however I hate who everyone says a girl is "Fat" when she is about 140 pounds. Like, **** man. There is a reason a lot of girls cry because they aren't double digits, and that's cause when they hit triple, people say they are fat and unattractive, then they get insecure and actually become fat. If we stopped that, a good bit of girls wouldn't be fat, now the problem is for the men.
#266 - grimmwaters
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>Wake up
>****
>Fall back asleep
#376 to #266 - bongconnery
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never left the bed
never left the bed
#305 - mikoli
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User avatar #554 to #305 - demacianhooker
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One does not simply do half a teabag.
#404 - zzEriczz
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#1 - anon id: 22fee103
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my mourning routine is simple,
1) wake up
2) eat breakfast
3) go the **** back to sleep, cause no one is meant to be awake at 8 A.M.
#593 to #1 - turjake
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Tfw I have to wake up at 4.45 am to my morning shift
#488 to #1 - lookathecomment
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You actually lose fat sleeping. MFW
#506 to #1 - mrgoodlove
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I actually wake up every day at 8 am
User avatar #595 to #1 - rplix
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I had to wake up at 6am for school everyday for 12 years.
User avatar #767 to #1 - ANONyMOUSblah
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I wish sleeping past 8 am was possible for me haha
#770 to #1 - mennopauze
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>MFW I have to wake up at 4.30AM for 3 weeks during the holidays... (vacation job)
User avatar #94 to #1 - jopemon
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8am? I have to arrive at the workshop i work at at 7 in the morning and its an hour drive away. My routine is wake up, get dressed drive away.
User avatar #419 to #1 - murrlogic
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I WAKE UP AT 5:45 EVERY ******* DAY!

Work and School want your ass out of bed and they mean NOW!
#486 to #419 - wrathlos
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That was your choice.  It's not hard to attend evening classes or have a night job.  Time is irrelevant when you are an adult.  Being a night owl just means you don't meet many nice people.
That was your choice. It's not hard to attend evening classes or have a night job. Time is irrelevant when you are an adult. Being a night owl just means you don't meet many nice people.
User avatar #281 to #1 - TarnRazor
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My mourning routine involves necrophilia
#365 to #281 - lafuriaroja
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No it doesn't.
No it doesn't.
#201 to #1 - pedrophile
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When people mourn they usually cry
When people mourn they usually cry
#246 to #1 - Gerex
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Or....
User avatar #312 to #1 - Kingsteveooo
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1) wake up
2) masturbate
3) Eat breakfast
4) masturbate
5)shower
6)masturbate in shower
7) try to go as long as I can without getting bored and fapping again
User avatar #227 to #1 - Cloudlessewe
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Or usually:
1) Wake up at 2pm
2)Realise you've ****** up the routine
3)Give up instantly