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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#10 - hrx
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you should be ashamed.
User avatar #3 - goldenfairy
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Without proper diet you won't grow muscles anyways, but at least it'll help to lose weight (unless you start eating extra).
#5 to #3 - jazzytheferret
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That's not true at all. As long as you produce energy you can "grow" muscles.
#14 to #5 - budva
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For muscle to grow you must consume more calories than you expend. Quit your ******* Mum science you cunt.
#22 to #14 - jazzytheferret
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Oh wow. Mum science and cunt? Calories can be found in just about any type of food. Therefor the wording proper diet is high misleading. You could produce muscle just fine while eating junk food almost all of the time. As long as you have the calories ( HEAT ENERGY by the way) to fuel the work out you will gain muscle tone even if it is not visible under all of your fat. Now please, take your jagged flippant remarks and insert them violently up your pretentious asshole.
User avatar #50 to #22 - swimmingprodigy
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You actually can't produce muscle just fine while eating junk food. It doesn't solely depend on the amount of calories. The most important thing is to make sure you have enough protein, because protein is the building block of muscle. Even if you eat tons of calories but little protein, you won't grow muscle.
#77 to #50 - jazzytheferret
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...Ok, who exactly has little to no protein in their diet.
User avatar #80 to #77 - swimmingprodigy
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Vegetarians, for example. People who don't eat often enough.


In order to build muscle, a good rule is to eat 1g of protein for every pound you weigh. For most people that'll be about 150-200g of protein, which isn't that easy to get. A typical hamburger patty only has about 25g of protein. How many people do you know who eat 8 burgers a day?
#82 to #80 - jazzytheferret
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I don't think I actually know anyone that eats that many burgers. As someone who doesn't eat red meat often and sticks to fish and soy, my protein is personally taken care of. As for others who chose that lifestyle, if they don't take care of themselves that's on them.

P.s Thanks for being respectful.
User avatar #83 to #82 - swimmingprodigy
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Well that's the point I'm trying to make; most people are just fine eating 50-100g of protein a day. But in order to actively build the muscle mass that you'd expect if you were strength training, you need a lot more protein. This is why people who are bulking sometimes complain that it is difficult, because you have to eat pretty much constantly, like every 2-3 hours.

No problem
#47 to #22 - budva
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Do you even ******* fitness you moron.
#78 to #47 - jazzytheferret
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Do you always make up for your lack of a social life by flexing your e-peen?
#84 to #78 - budva
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Why would you assume that I have no social life? Desperate way of trying to save face brah. For the record my social life is preddy good
User avatar #21 to #3 - billywonka
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I dont' know man, there's this one black prisoner who got jacked just eating ramen and soda. I forget his name
User avatar #49 to #3 - swimmingprodigy
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depends what you mean by proper diet.
To gain weight you can eat literally anything as long as you get enough protein, and you eat more calories than your resting metabolic rate consumes, even McDonald's.
To lose weight you can eat literally anything as long as you get enough protein, and you eat less calories than your resting metabolic rate consumes (shouldn't be TOO much less though, you can't starve yourself. You're supposed to eat at a 500-700 calorie deficit)
User avatar #4 to #3 - lech
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At the start of the new semester, I started exercising, but because of school, I didn't have time to eat properly. So on most days, I'll just eat one normal meal a day, and I still grew a huge amount of muscle.
User avatar #23 to #4 - muertealosafricano
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>Huge amount of muscle
What did you weigh when you started and the result, also what is your height?
User avatar #25 to #23 - lech
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I'm overweight, so, that won't probably really help.
All I know is that I can now flex muscles I didn't even know I had.
User avatar #52 to #25 - imcalledjp
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So, you got your first boner?
User avatar #53 to #52 - lech
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Yeah! How'd you know?
I didn't even know i had a dick
User avatar #55 to #53 - imcalledjp
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LIfe is a beautiful and mysterious thing
User avatar #13 to #4 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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That's because you're still young and your body is growing naturally, you just need to give it a slight push in the right direction
User avatar #7 to #4 - goldenfairy
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I've been doing very light exercising for 1 month and had exactly 0 progress. No extra stamina, no extra strength. Completely nothing changed.
User avatar #8 to #7 - booder
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Well 1 month isn't exactly a long time when it comes to working out. Especially if its as you said light exercising. When I went to basic training we worked out multiple times a day vigorously and in a month I also didn't see much improvement. Its definitely a long time investment. An annoying one at that. I absolutely hate running but since I've been exercising with the military im good at it. That's not to say its not uncomfortable to run. It also has alot to do with mind strength. Trying to push your body to its real limits, not stopping when its uncomfortable... anyway yea..
User avatar #9 to #8 - goldenfairy
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Well I've been doing push ups till my arms give in and I'm unable to hold my weight, however in that month I wasn't able to do a single extra push up.
User avatar #20 to #9 - lech
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My advice, get yourself a gym membership, or at least a pair of adjustable dumbbells.
You really want to get muscle, start doing 3 sets of 5 different exercises that work out a particular muscle. A set is equal to 10 repetitions. I worked out every day for the past month, and I've seen a huge improvement. Another tip: Increase weight after each set. So, if I were doing 20 pound bicep curls, my second set would be 25, and my third set would be 30.

And, it's not the amount of weight that it's important. It's the form. Don't swing around the dumbbells, keep your back straight, maybe against the wall.
User avatar #11 to #9 - booder
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It also depends on how you are working out. You want to do max interval training to increase on push-ups/sit-ups. For example, take what ever max push-ups you can do and divide it by 3 then do 3 sets of whatever that number is 1 minute apart. For example if you can do 60 push-ups in a row, then you would do 3 sets of 20 one minute apart from each other. After you do all 3 sets do the same thing with sit-ups. And just keep decreasing by 5/set until you've finished the workout. Plus alternate between run days and strength training days.your muscles really need time to recover. And be sure to eat alot of proteins because that's what your muscles use to recover in the first place.
#27 - sloot
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and then some of us drag our ass out of bed at 6am every day and lift for two hours before class and work, then get home and run at night. But yes, keep being pathetic. I bet you are trying as hard as you possibly can and don't possibly have enough time in the day to go to the gym. Keep making excuses and getting no where.
User avatar #28 to #27 - kousei
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Make you a deal, I'll start exercising daily when you start doing daily Sudoku puzzles.
User avatar #34 to #28 - teoberry
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Do you actually think that just because someone lifts they're not smart or they don't work out their brain?
#60 to #34 - anon id: fe03eafc
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browse /fit/ for ten minutes and tell me these people aren't mentally stunted
User avatar #63 to #60 - teoberry
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Because a fraction of people online are an accurate representation of all people in shape IRL, right? Plus, a lot of /fit/ is just joking around
User avatar #38 to #34 - kousei
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no, but anyone strutting around like a peacock about their exercise routine likely doesn't do much more than the required amount of thinking. Though even if he does have more intelligence than I anticipate he should still understand that brain or brawn is a matter of preference. I do realize there exists fat people that are retarded and fit people that are geniuses but more likely than not you come to a preference of one, the other, or some option C out there.
User avatar #39 to #38 - teoberry
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Him being a 'peacock' is relevant in this case. If you don't work out, you're not going to feel good. Sloot has a good point
User avatar #42 to #39 - kousei
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To a degree yes, though be real here, it's aesthetic mostly. I'm 260 lbs, and the biggest health problem i have is in the lungs and that has nothing to do with my weight. You don't need to go to the gym 2 hours a day plus a run every night to keep a half decent health. Just keep your meals to 3 and a bit of walking and you'll live. You don't have to be strong, skinny, or handsome to be healthy, yet people who aren't are assumed to be unhealthy.
User avatar #79 to #42 - kousei
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A) what's disgusting? My weight? You do realize the extra 60 lbs is relatively evenly layered except in the stomach. Seriously, I look like any other guy but with thicker limbs.

B) if it's not aesthetic then why the hell do you care? It has no effect on you so why bother telling other people what to do?

C) If you need to look good to feel good that's fine, I don't.

D) Proper meals and a little walking IS sufficient. 2000 calories a day and a bit of walking say take the stairs when you only need to go one or two floors is all you need to maintain a healthy weight. What you're saying is in order to be healthy we have to take an hour out of our day strictly to run in circles, lift weights, or some such boring ass ****.

E) I don't just FEEL fine, I AM fine. I'm Rarely sick, don't have a problem with moving around, all joint pain is from previous injuries (which actually makes working out rather difficult) my smoking is gonna kill me decades before my bit of flab will.

F) "F" for "fun fact" old time hunters, farmers, and laborers still had a bit of stomach fat to them. Think about this, people who spent there entire workday in physical activities still had fat on their stomach.

Long story short, I don't give a damn what you say, I may pick up a short regiment of exercise to lose some top layers but **** if I will ever have a 2 hour routine and a 1 hour jog taking away from **** I WANT to do, because the fact of the matter is fat is less lethal than you think. What we have is a confusion of causation with correlation. Fat people don't tend to eat healthy ****, they don't die from fatness they die from **** like cholesterol. Now you have fun driving somewhere so you can run in place, imma go take a relaxing walk in the country.
User avatar #44 to #42 - teoberry
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That's actually disgusting. It's not aesthetic. It gives you a confidence boost and helps you around other people. As well, you live longer. You might not 'feel' bad, but **** is going wrong in your body. Your risk for heart attacks and strokes are thru the roof. You have a higher risk of certain types of cancers (colon, breast, endometrial, and gallbladder). You will most likely develop sleep apnea. It'll be harder for you to have kids. Your joints will start hurting. Eating decent meals and doing a bit of walking is NOT enough
#32 to #28 - sloot
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I get enough math taking my calculus classes. I think I will pass. How about you just do it? Working out is something you know you should be doing so just do it... How hard is it to right now say "I am going to start doing it"?
User avatar #35 to #32 - kousei
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"I get enough work out walking around campus."

Though honestly it's really just because i find it boring, just like you find math boring. I don't begrudge you your preferences, please don't insult me on mine.
User avatar #40 to #35 - teoberry
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Who says he finds math boring? Even if you find fitness boring you should still be doing it so, you know, you don't get obese and people will actually like you
User avatar #43 to #40 - kousei
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Even if you find logic puzzles boring you should be doing it. The mind is just as important as the body and reasoning is a skill that ALOT of people need practice in. Yet, I don't go shouting this at every muscle-bound orange man I see. Oh and guess what, if I have to be thin for people to like me then I ain't the sick one, everyone else is.
User avatar #45 to #43 - teoberry
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And sloot is clearly doing it, considering he's in calculus. And I didn't know being fit meant that you had a spray tan and ****. You don't have to look like a bodybuilder to be fit. Get that through your head. And people don't like hanging around obese people because more often than not you're also awkward and unhygenic. You need to hit the gym. You don't have to look like Schwarzenegger, but you need to drop the fat. It's better for you
#37 to #27 - anon id: 6a249d68
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I think people should just admit it to themselves, if they decide to not gym or run then thats going to **** up their health pretty badly.
I know because i myself is that kind.

So here is the dilemma:
Use more of your time on what you want to do, but live a shorter life.
Or use a bit more time on what you don't want to do but live a longer life.
The choice is yours(both are good choices)
User avatar #46 to #27 - swimmingprodigy
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>cardio

enjoy your lolnogains
#68 to #46 - sloot
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6'3" 245lbs 19 inch arms and I'm in great cardio shape, My gains are what I push myself to gain. Just because you are tired doesn't mean you have given everything you can. That is what pisses me off about people. The human body evolved to handle immense amounts of pain and resistance, but people are quick to give up and walk away.
User avatar #64 to #46 - thebestpieever
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Who cares about that? This is about fitness, no aesthetics. Cardio is just as valid a way of keeping your heart pumping and your fat in check.
User avatar #65 to #64 - swimmingprodigy
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nah I was just joking/spouting /fit/ memes

I used to be on a swim team for 13 years and the captain of my high school's swim team; if anything, I should be crowned king of cardio
#62 to #46 - ehzio
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Can you back that statement of if you do cardio, you will have no gain?
I would love to see you try to provide actual facts and statistics rather than broscience
User avatar #66 to #62 - swimmingprodigy
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please see comment #65
User avatar #29 to #27 - mechaemperor
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Oh, here's that guy
#31 to #29 - sloot
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the unwanted voice of logic in a sea of delusional excuse makers... yes I'll admit it.
User avatar #33 to #31 - mechaemperor
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No, it's the excessive self-assurance and belief that whatever they do is important in any way to you. I have my routine, and work out daily, have been the last 6 years, but don't go around flaunting it or judging those who don't. I do it for myself.
#71 to #33 - sloot
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I dont think I am better than you. Im glad to hear you take care of yourself. However, the pussy ass "don't judge him for being a fat piece of **** because he has feelings too" attitude is cancer. Working out is something everyone knows they need to be doing to have a happier life. You deserve what you work for. If you want to marry a hambeast with no work ethic fine, but dont expect to be with someone remotely attractive if you arent willing to take care of yourself. That is just one of many examples of the benefits of working out
#59 to #27 - datgermanguy
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Why should I stress myself like that? I go to volleyball training twice a week for about 2,5 h, and my body is perfectly normal shaped.    
I don't need to do a mindless, boring thing like lifting or running. I prefer sports that actually require teamwork and fast thinking as well as a trained body.
Why should I stress myself like that? I go to volleyball training twice a week for about 2,5 h, and my body is perfectly normal shaped.
I don't need to do a mindless, boring thing like lifting or running. I prefer sports that actually require teamwork and fast thinking as well as a trained body.
#74 to #59 - sloot
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I too prefer team sports, like intramural basketball and football. However my regiment makes me much better at these sports and more successful (along with being strong, healthy, and in shape). Everyone has their own path to take.

My personal opinion (you don't have to agree) is I have this one body and this one life. It would be a shame if you didn't get to live your life at the highest level you possibly could.
User avatar #61 to #27 - Shiny
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At least the fat girl doesn't browbeat me for how I live my own life. Dick.
#69 to #61 - sloot
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Working out = positive benefits in all aspects of your life.

It is something you know you should be doing and still manipulate your thinking into convincing yourself you don't so it because YOU don't want to.

You don't do it because you are lazy and don't want to put in the time/effort.

Same goes for many other aspects of life. I know I need to bust my ass studying to pass my impossible math courses so I do it. Im delusional and justify my lack of effort so I don't feel bad for failing.

This in my mind is the main difference between and Alpha and a Beta. Doing all the things that are beneficial to your life regardless of how hard they are and if you actually want to do them. Children do what they want. Men do what needs to be done...
User avatar #72 to #69 - Shiny
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Do you really, honestly think I'm going to do something because you told me to? Piss off.
#73 to #72 - sloot
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no, I know you wont because you are weak. It takes 16 day to create a habit. I know you don't have enough will power and dedication to do it. I know you have the mindset of a child and value your ego more than making your one body you have any better.

I wish you would do it. I wish you would take care of yourself and make the change. If I knew you I would love to help you. Today people need a dose of reality with all this pointless coddling "everyone is perfect as they are" attitude. I hope some day you realize I want the best for you and all people who are living less fulfilled lives than they currently are. All it takes is the smallest amount of willpower and humility and you could do it. Until then you will never be helped.
#75 to #73 - Shiny
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I'd rather be fat than a pretentious piece of **** that parents random people as if they are helpless children.
#54 to #27 - lolibear
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Let's brake down your comment.

"And then some of us drag our ass out of bed at 6am everyday and lift for two hours before class and work, then get home and run at night. But yes, keep being pathetic."

Not everyone has to be in incredible shape, and not everyone who is more relaxed about their fitness is pathetic.

"I bet you are trying as hard as you possible can."

How the **** would you know, everybody is different, some people are at vastly different strength levels even from the start.

"and don't possible have enough time in the day to go to the gym."

Did she say she does or doesn't go to the gym?

"Keep making excuses and getting no where."

She doesn't say anything about when she can go to the gym or how much effort she puts in. She may be just starting, or maybe just wants to do some basic work, maybe she is poor as dirt and can't afford a gym membership, don't ******* judge people because you think your way of life is clearly the best, and that anyone else is pathetic just because they don' care enough about become a ******* Adonis.
#70 to #54 - sloot
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People have the ability to push themselves much further than they do.

I hate people who complain, make excuses, and justify their behavior. Statements like "i have tried so hard but can't loose weight" or "you are a guy it is so much easier for you to loose weight" **** off. If you trained as hard as me and ate the kind of diet I eat you would loose weight too. Excuses are cancer.
#76 to #70 - lolibear
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Did she make an excuse? No she tried, and failed. No one said she didn't keep trying.
#26 - duvallwhitey
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Suddenly, health experts everywhere.
Suddenly, health experts everywhere.
User avatar #30 to #26 - Whaaaaaaaaa
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dude, its the internet everyone is an expert of everything!!!
User avatar #1 - schnizel
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Work harder.
#6 to #1 - anon id: ef9173be
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nah
#19 to #1 - guanyu
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#58 - mikepetru
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if u beleeve i urself, u will lern how to ride a byke. If you cant, u jus hav to keep practising. U will get da hang ov it I kno it!
User avatar #16 - eddymolly
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Not in a "Look at me, I lift bla bla bla i'm showing off" way I started exercising more recently, and it really makes you feel a lot better. Since late Jan i've been doing a bit a day, i'm now comfortably on 200 press-ups and 100 sit-ups a day (trying to build my arms/chest more than my abs atm)

Its well worth taking 20 minutes out of a day to just do a little.
User avatar #17 to #16 - Ganifromholland
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dont forget legs you know they need some luvin too
User avatar #18 to #17 - eddymolly
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I feel I get that from walking to/from work and going on actual walks.

OI do need to up my stamina though, I can walk miles easily, but not run too far
#24 to #16 - anon id: 9717422e
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Dude you're not gonna build that much if you're just doing loads of press ups and sit ups, try and put a weight on your back at least so your reps go down to near 8-10 ish, that will show more progress man
User avatar #41 to #24 - eddymolly
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Thanks man, i'll see if i've got anything lying around I can use
User avatar #48 to #16 - swimmingprodigy
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body weight exercises won't get you anywhere close to ripped. You need to get yourself to the gym. Also you don't work out your legs just from walking, trust me. There's only 5 exercises you need to do and they work your entire body: bench press, squats, deadlift, overhead press, and barbell rows. Google them all and how to do them with proper form. Do 5 sets of 5 reps if you want pure strength, do 3 sets of 8 reps if you want a tiny bit less strength but more size. Do them twice or 3 times a week (alternating days because your body needs time to recover) and add 5 lbs every week.
User avatar #56 to #48 - eddymolly
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I don't really care about putting on muscle, more just keeping in shape a bit. A good thing really, because I can't afford the Gym atm. I'll keep them in mind though, and look into it, thanks
User avatar #57 to #56 - swimmingprodigy
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if u want to just be in shape then what youre doing now is fine
User avatar #36 - vanillasmoke
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find a program that works for you, and just work at it, after a few months you should be fine
User avatar #12 - jinix
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It looks like she's doing press-ups with her dick..
User avatar #2 - fckya
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u cn do it. belive in urself
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