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#30 - how can you be intimidated by those? dont they just have a dia…  [+] (1 reply) 03/13/2016 on free anal beads slightly used 0
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its because the sealing on the balls are weak and its connected by string, its a hygiene and snap risk
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#47 - IamPinhead (02/29/2016) [-]
Eat clen, tren hard
Masteron your sport anavar give up
#30 - what is this Chinese cartoon?  [+] (1 reply) 02/28/2016 on When she turns out to be a he +5
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#8 - huh, just checked, they posted a new video 4 days ago. and i s…  [+] (2 replies) 12/23/2015 on Is it in yet? 0
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#13 - echsa (12/24/2015) [-]
i will tell you fatigues gender now he is a guy
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#9 - shadowkingdr (12/23/2015) [-]
i unsubbed like 5 days ago after over a year of no updates D:
#19 - I had to do low weight with higher reps to help me even workou…  [+] (2 replies) 12/21/2015 on Anon saves his dads life 0
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#20 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
Guess I'll have to try it.
If I see significant improvement, I'll keep lifting.
Thanks for the help eitherway, man.
#39 - anon (12/21/2015) [-]
Backing up macross here. If you want to get strong, lift heavy. 5x5 lifts -- heavy, perfect form. Routines should center around lifts that work compound muscle groups: bench, deadlift, squat, pull ups, rows, and variations of those like sumo squat and single leg dead lift.

Eat a fucking ton just make sure you get all necessary protein. 160 at 6'3" is fucking scrawny. It looks like you've done some homework, but you've been focusing on the wrong stuff. 12-15 reps is good, especially since really anything will help you right now, but it won't help you achieve what you're aiming for. Get a lifting buddy and figure out your one rep max. Develop a routine based on percentages of your one rep max. There are lots of opinions out there but a plan that aims for 5x5 @ 85% - 90% of your ORM is what you need. Heavy lifts, perfect form, and long rests between sets (like 2-5min depending on how you feel).

And eat plenty and get plenty of rest.
#17 - do 3x5 on heavy barbell compounds instead of the hypertrpophy …  [+] (5 replies) 12/21/2015 on Anon saves his dads life +1
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#31 - butonmethitis (12/21/2015) [-]
You wont be able to punch through mountains with that pussy ass routine. 10000 pushups or die trying
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#18 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
Yeah, but I had to do low weight with higher reps to help me even workout in the first place, since it was hard for me to do. It also helps build lean muscle.
I was pretty passionate about working out and all, but now just doesn't feel the same.
I tried to do everything right, I ate right, saw people about workouts, and put all I could into it too. But all I got was 85lbs.
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#19 - macross (12/21/2015) [-]
I had to do low weight with higher reps to help me even workout in the first place, how so? literally just have to push a bar 5 times. 8-12 is the hypertrophy range it expands muscles more than creating more muscle cells. you get what a main compound lift is right? OHP, bench,squat,deadlift, gotta do 5 reps of these.
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#20 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
Guess I'll have to try it.
If I see significant improvement, I'll keep lifting.
Thanks for the help eitherway, man.
#39 - anon (12/21/2015) [-]
Backing up macross here. If you want to get strong, lift heavy. 5x5 lifts -- heavy, perfect form. Routines should center around lifts that work compound muscle groups: bench, deadlift, squat, pull ups, rows, and variations of those like sumo squat and single leg dead lift.

Eat a fucking ton just make sure you get all necessary protein. 160 at 6'3" is fucking scrawny. It looks like you've done some homework, but you've been focusing on the wrong stuff. 12-15 reps is good, especially since really anything will help you right now, but it won't help you achieve what you're aiming for. Get a lifting buddy and figure out your one rep max. Develop a routine based on percentages of your one rep max. There are lots of opinions out there but a plan that aims for 5x5 @ 85% - 90% of your ORM is what you need. Heavy lifts, perfect form, and long rests between sets (like 2-5min depending on how you feel).

And eat plenty and get plenty of rest.
#14 - there is no way someones genetics can be this bad that it take…  [+] (15 replies) 12/21/2015 on Anon saves his dads life 0
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#16 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
I have a workout, yeah.
BB bench 3x12-15
Push-ups 3xFail (or diamind pushups, depends on the day of the week)
BB Bent over Row 3x12-15
Pullups 3xFail
DB shoulder press 3x12-15

After I've done that workout, I do two supersets, depending on the day. The list of these is as follows:

Chest fly 3x12-15
Pullover 3x12-15
Or
Overhead tricep extention 3x12-15
Hammer biceps curls 3x12-15
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#69 - vob (12/21/2015) [-]
Not sure on this but is that all you do all the time? Repetitive exercises tend to plateau growth at a certain point so change them up every now and then. But to me what you've said isn't really enough exercises to constitute the growth it seems you're after...

I train a lot and I'm quite happy with myself! I'm 84kg (Britfag here - 185lbs) and about 5"11, don't give up pushing yourself and don't forget to change your exercises
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#80 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
Guess it's time for me to hit the books again.
Thanks for the heads up.
#27 - funnyhatoo (12/21/2015) [-]
I, too, have a workout
everyday
10km run
10000 pushups
10000 situps

do it like me and you will be able to punch hole trough mountain
#35 - nagafever (12/21/2015) [-]
**nagafever used "*roll picture*"**
**nagafever rolled image** it's 100 of each and u forgot squats

on a side note, my best friends grandpa is 75 and still does 1000 push-ups everyday. 500 small break then 500 more. being born with the genes of a europa master in benchpress as your grandpa and norway master in benchpress as your dad, that nigga lucky
#37 - funnyhatoo (12/21/2015) [-]
pfft, only a 100? and I thought that nigga was supposed to be strong
i don't watch the anime, btw
also that grandpa is awesome
#38 - nagafever (12/21/2015) [-]
**nagafever used "*roll picture*"**
**nagafever rolled image** i have a theory that everyday mr one slap jap does his routine the gravity surrounding his body increases by 1 everyday, so by the end, after 3 years he's doing 75 tonne push-ups
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#61 - santamansan (12/21/2015) [-]
alright what the fuck?
#51 - daftiduck (12/21/2015) [-]
That makes no fucking sense whatsoever. Where the fuck did you get that from?
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#17 - macross (12/21/2015) [-]
do 3x5 on heavy barbell compounds instead of the hypertrpophy range, heavy weights with low reps make you the strongest.
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#31 - butonmethitis (12/21/2015) [-]
You wont be able to punch through mountains with that pussy ass routine. 10000 pushups or die trying
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#18 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
Yeah, but I had to do low weight with higher reps to help me even workout in the first place, since it was hard for me to do. It also helps build lean muscle.
I was pretty passionate about working out and all, but now just doesn't feel the same.
I tried to do everything right, I ate right, saw people about workouts, and put all I could into it too. But all I got was 85lbs.
User avatar
#19 - macross (12/21/2015) [-]
I had to do low weight with higher reps to help me even workout in the first place, how so? literally just have to push a bar 5 times. 8-12 is the hypertrophy range it expands muscles more than creating more muscle cells. you get what a main compound lift is right? OHP, bench,squat,deadlift, gotta do 5 reps of these.
User avatar
#20 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
Guess I'll have to try it.
If I see significant improvement, I'll keep lifting.
Thanks for the help eitherway, man.
#39 - anon (12/21/2015) [-]
Backing up macross here. If you want to get strong, lift heavy. 5x5 lifts -- heavy, perfect form. Routines should center around lifts that work compound muscle groups: bench, deadlift, squat, pull ups, rows, and variations of those like sumo squat and single leg dead lift.

Eat a fucking ton just make sure you get all necessary protein. 160 at 6'3" is fucking scrawny. It looks like you've done some homework, but you've been focusing on the wrong stuff. 12-15 reps is good, especially since really anything will help you right now, but it won't help you achieve what you're aiming for. Get a lifting buddy and figure out your one rep max. Develop a routine based on percentages of your one rep max. There are lots of opinions out there but a plan that aims for 5x5 @ 85% - 90% of your ORM is what you need. Heavy lifts, perfect form, and long rests between sets (like 2-5min depending on how you feel).

And eat plenty and get plenty of rest.
#12 - jeez thats pretty bad, were talking about the bench here right…  [+] (18 replies) 12/21/2015 on Anon saves his dads life 0
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#13 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
I'm weighing 160lbs now, I starting working out about a year ago, back when I could only lift 15 with one arm. Took my forever to just lift the bar, but I got there. After about half a year to just try and lift the bar alone, to another half-year of regular benching.
I knew I was kinda underweight for my size, so i tried to work on it. But with a year of effort, i got to 85lbs. Just didn't seem worth it.
I truly starting working out and taking care of my body because I wanted to feel better as a person, increase my self-esteem and whatnot, but in the end it only made me feel worse.
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#42 - masanori (12/21/2015) [-]
I'm 6'1" almost 200lb now and I still feel scrawny.
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#14 - macross (12/21/2015) [-]
there is no way someones genetics can be this bad that it takes 1+ years for someone to bench that little, you must be doing something wrong. you gotta eat clen tren hard and sleep tight. are you doing an actual program or just doing whatever?
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#16 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
I have a workout, yeah.
BB bench 3x12-15
Push-ups 3xFail (or diamind pushups, depends on the day of the week)
BB Bent over Row 3x12-15
Pullups 3xFail
DB shoulder press 3x12-15

After I've done that workout, I do two supersets, depending on the day. The list of these is as follows:

Chest fly 3x12-15
Pullover 3x12-15
Or
Overhead tricep extention 3x12-15
Hammer biceps curls 3x12-15
User avatar
#69 - vob (12/21/2015) [-]
Not sure on this but is that all you do all the time? Repetitive exercises tend to plateau growth at a certain point so change them up every now and then. But to me what you've said isn't really enough exercises to constitute the growth it seems you're after...

I train a lot and I'm quite happy with myself! I'm 84kg (Britfag here - 185lbs) and about 5"11, don't give up pushing yourself and don't forget to change your exercises
User avatar
#80 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
Guess it's time for me to hit the books again.
Thanks for the heads up.
#27 - funnyhatoo (12/21/2015) [-]
I, too, have a workout
everyday
10km run
10000 pushups
10000 situps

do it like me and you will be able to punch hole trough mountain
#35 - nagafever (12/21/2015) [-]
**nagafever used "*roll picture*"**
**nagafever rolled image** it's 100 of each and u forgot squats

on a side note, my best friends grandpa is 75 and still does 1000 push-ups everyday. 500 small break then 500 more. being born with the genes of a europa master in benchpress as your grandpa and norway master in benchpress as your dad, that nigga lucky
#37 - funnyhatoo (12/21/2015) [-]
pfft, only a 100? and I thought that nigga was supposed to be strong
i don't watch the anime, btw
also that grandpa is awesome
#38 - nagafever (12/21/2015) [-]
**nagafever used "*roll picture*"**
**nagafever rolled image** i have a theory that everyday mr one slap jap does his routine the gravity surrounding his body increases by 1 everyday, so by the end, after 3 years he's doing 75 tonne push-ups
User avatar
#61 - santamansan (12/21/2015) [-]
alright what the fuck?
#51 - daftiduck (12/21/2015) [-]
That makes no fucking sense whatsoever. Where the fuck did you get that from?
User avatar
#17 - macross (12/21/2015) [-]
do 3x5 on heavy barbell compounds instead of the hypertrpophy range, heavy weights with low reps make you the strongest.
User avatar
#31 - butonmethitis (12/21/2015) [-]
You wont be able to punch through mountains with that pussy ass routine. 10000 pushups or die trying
User avatar
#18 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
Yeah, but I had to do low weight with higher reps to help me even workout in the first place, since it was hard for me to do. It also helps build lean muscle.
I was pretty passionate about working out and all, but now just doesn't feel the same.
I tried to do everything right, I ate right, saw people about workouts, and put all I could into it too. But all I got was 85lbs.
User avatar
#19 - macross (12/21/2015) [-]
I had to do low weight with higher reps to help me even workout in the first place, how so? literally just have to push a bar 5 times. 8-12 is the hypertrophy range it expands muscles more than creating more muscle cells. you get what a main compound lift is right? OHP, bench,squat,deadlift, gotta do 5 reps of these.
User avatar
#20 - bombswillrain (12/21/2015) [-]
Guess I'll have to try it.
If I see significant improvement, I'll keep lifting.
Thanks for the help eitherway, man.
#39 - anon (12/21/2015) [-]
Backing up macross here. If you want to get strong, lift heavy. 5x5 lifts -- heavy, perfect form. Routines should center around lifts that work compound muscle groups: bench, deadlift, squat, pull ups, rows, and variations of those like sumo squat and single leg dead lift.

Eat a fucking ton just make sure you get all necessary protein. 160 at 6'3" is fucking scrawny. It looks like you've done some homework, but you've been focusing on the wrong stuff. 12-15 reps is good, especially since really anything will help you right now, but it won't help you achieve what you're aiming for. Get a lifting buddy and figure out your one rep max. Develop a routine based on percentages of your one rep max. There are lots of opinions out there but a plan that aims for 5x5 @ 85% - 90% of your ORM is what you need. Heavy lifts, perfect form, and long rests between sets (like 2-5min depending on how you feel).

And eat plenty and get plenty of rest.