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#44761 - misticalz ONLINE
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(04/25/2016) [-]
Do stationary bikes actually work for cardio? My knees are fucked and it sucks to run
I feel like I'm not doing much for my cardiovascular system and just a lot for my legs
#44763 to #44761 - misticalz ONLINE
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(04/25/2016) [-]
Okay sorry for the double post
please tell me what to cut from my daily eating habits
----Breakfast-----
is random but here are some common things I eat
-Eggs, toast, cereal, a glass of milk/coffee/tea.
----Lunch----
-Sandwich. Varied sandwich deli meats. Mustard. Rye bread.
-Apple/Banana/Orange
-Granola bar
----Supper----
It's whatever my parents cook.
Commons:
-Spaghetti
-Meatloaf
-Homemade Pizza
-Lots of Chicken
-Lots of Rice
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IDK it's really hard to do stuff when my parents force my lunch on me
Maybe that's an excuse. I'll try and talk to them about it

Also do you just have any general tips about eating? Cliche trying to get fit for summer, and then by extent, the rest of my life.



Don't know my weight right now. Haven't weighed my self and I don't have a scale.
#44764 to #44763 - KMD
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(04/25/2016) [-]
You're diet seems totally fine for an average person. Possibly cut out the cereal if its the sugary kind or is low in fiber. You could try cutting out your direct dairy like glasses of milk or any cream you might put in your tea/coffee. Other than that just watch your portions.

Now what exactly is wrong with your knee? This is what could be a huge game changer if its just getting inflamed from a lack of fatty acids or not enough water and or a lack of no to low resistance warm-up.
#44765 to #44764 - misticalz ONLINE
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(04/25/2016) [-]
What about the bread and pasta? I do want to cut a bit. Would you reco getting rid of those things? I've heard that breads and pasta aren't the best.

I drink a lot of water. My urine is always almost clear. just a tad bit tinted yellow.
I don't really do warm ups which I know is really stupid but I tend to just forget about them and get straight to it.
#44767 to #44765 - KMD
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(04/25/2016) [-]
Well you need to warm up, especially if you have problem joints. Now, knowing what's exactly wrong with your knee is key here. It could be the difference between surgery or maybe you just need to take a fish oil or two a couple of times a day. Bread isn't the best if its that super starchy white or "enriched white" breads like texas toast or plain wonder bread. The problem there is that the healthy breads are fucking pricey as far as bread goes. Plain generic brand spaghetti or pasta is pretty much the same as plain white rice. There are some slight differences in their glycemic indexes, but they're both about 30g of carbs per 100g serving.
#44768 to #44767 - misticalz ONLINE
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(04/25/2016) [-]
Oh okay! thanks!
I'll try some fish oil tomorrow
thanks m8
#44771 to #44768 - anon
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(04/25/2016) [-]
You're not getting it. you need to figure out what's actually wrong with your knee before you try to apply a remedy.
#44778 to #44771 - misticalz ONLINE
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(04/25/2016) [-]
ok
#44762 to #44761 - misticalz ONLINE
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(04/25/2016) [-]
also regular biking fucks up my knees
but that might be the fact that the bike is too small for me cuz im a poor goy
#44756 - marinepenguin
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(04/24/2016) [-]
This is before training and today, probably about 3 months difference. I'm actually surprised I don't look as small in comparison compared to before, even though there's a 20-30 pound difference.
#44769 to #44756 - asotil
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(04/25/2016) [-]
You actually look a bit more defined in the top picture although that could just be emaciation
#44759 to #44756 - marinepenguin
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(04/24/2016) [-]
Just clarify, top picture is most recent. Probably 190-195, no sure exactly since I don't have a scale. Bottom is from January, was about 218-220 at the time.
#44755 - KMD
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(04/24/2016) [-]
do I have lats yet?
#44757 to #44755 - marinepenguin
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(04/24/2016) [-]
Nigga you could fly farther than the Wright Brothers plane the Kitty Hawk during its first flight with wings like that.
#44760 to #44757 - KMD
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(04/25/2016) [-]
I kinda have traps
#44773 to #44760 - cptmongtard
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(04/25/2016) [-]
That's the most awkward pose I've ever seen
#44776 to #44773 - anon
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(04/25/2016) [-]
Holding the phone does make hitting poses harder.
#44777 to #44776 - cptmongtard
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(04/25/2016) [-]
I think it's more how super leaned forward he is
#44779 to #44777 - KMD
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(04/25/2016) [-]
Cause you don't lean forward during a most muscular?
#44782 to #44779 - cptmongtard
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(04/26/2016) [-]
Not that much you don't. You're almost parallel to the ground. Hiding your body.
#44786 to #44782 - KMD
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(04/26/2016) [-]
Well first off I'm no where close to parallel, more like 45 degrees at best. What part of my body am I hiding that's supposed to be seen by the judges during a most muscular pose, other than the parts of my body that are covered by my phone.

For the example provided I'd like to first point out that I am not comparing myself to the legendary Dexter Jackson. I am using his pose as a benchmark, because his posing is always on point.
#44787 to #44786 - cptmongtard
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(04/26/2016) [-]
I'm not sure what it is, it just looks off. Sick traps tho fam
#44788 to #44787 - anon
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(04/26/2016) [-]
Hmm. There's 2 reasons I can think of that could make the photo look a bit skewed; the photo being sideways could very well be doing it, or the lack of 3-d roundness in my delts.
#44789 to #44788 - cptmongtard
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(04/26/2016) [-]
It may well just be that the picture is sideways to be fair
#44758 to #44757 - KMD
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(04/24/2016) [-]
There's traps in there somewhere too. I think....
#44754 - cptmongtard
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(04/24/2016) [-]
FUCK. Tried to pull 190kg for a rep yesterday, failed it about 3 inches from locking out.
#44746 - kunchuma
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(04/24/2016) [-]
hey fit, i have a feminine body and i kind like it that way. But is there a way to get toned and be healthy without getting buff and keep my figure??
#44751 to #44746 - KMD
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(04/24/2016) [-]
You'll be fine just working out like an average person. one of my buddies is an otter and he trains with a personal trainer 3 to 4 days a week.
#44752 to #44751 - kunchuma
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(04/24/2016) [-]
otter?
#44753 to #44752 - KMD
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(04/24/2016) [-]
Look it up in the gay dictionary.
#44749 to #44746 - envinite
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(04/24/2016) [-]
Muscle doesn't grow all of the sudden and make you buff overnight mate. Just stop lifting when you already have your body goal and do maintenance once in a while.
#44747 to #44746 - ieatbengay
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(04/24/2016) [-]
lose fat and replace it with some muscle
#44743 - tonyten
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(04/24/2016) [-]
**tonyten used "*roll picture*"**
**tonyten rolled image**Hey /fit/ FJ, I need some advice, summers is around the corner and I want to take the time to start some workouts, I'm 20 (soon to be 21) y/o, I weigh around 211-213 lbs and I'm either 5'8 or 5'7 (i cant remember exactly) I have exercised before but never over a long period of time, mainly over a month when I had the time, but now I am a point in my life where I am one year away from finishing college and I want to do shit with my life to better myself and boost my confidence and gay shit like that. In any case I can't afford a gym, I have two 10 pound arm weights, a shake weight and running shoes, my main goal is to work off at least 30 pounds in 2 months or so, the areas I wish to concentrate in are the biceps, chest, shoulders, stomach and thighs. I''m not aiming for 6 pack abs or anything like that, just wanna be healthy-er and such, what beginner level stuff do you guys/gals recommend I could do? As for eating habits, I drink water like a starving nigerian, so water intake isn't a problem, i barely ever touch soda and if I do its usually just 7-Up, my main problem is salty foods and bread, I cant state how much fucking bread I eat, due to where I live (Puerto Rico) salty foods and bread are common place in the house hold, when it comes to diet I fail miserably, other than eating less and watching what I eat during the day I cant stress changing my diet too much, in any case, what exercises do you recommend for this flabby pleb to get started?
#44774 to #44743 - mondominiman ONLINE
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(04/25/2016) [-]
30lbs in 2 months is gonna be pretty hard man. You're gonna have to push yourself every day with rest days in between, don't burn yourself out and give up right away , depending on your current fitness level those 10 pound weights aren't gonna do much unless you mix them in with other workouts or do a ton of reps. That bread thing though is gonna be an issue, grains are good but everything in moderation and all that jazz. Bread has a ton of carbs (which is energy) in it and with more carbs comes more cravings since your body breaks down the carbs into glucose which in turn your pancreas releases insulin which takes that glucose and sends it to your liver where it's stored as fat, eventually your pancreas will stop making as much insulin which sends less and less carbs to be used as energy and more to be turned into fat which keeps your blood sugar low and makes you feel hungry all the time I'm not a teacher so I did a shit job at explaining that, I just hope that I didn't make people dumber on accident

TL;DR: Eat less bread, run/walk 30 min - 1 hr each day, do a bunch of body weight exercises to build muscle which burns more fat, careful with that water intake too much will thin your blood and kill you, for motivation take progress pics and look at yourself in the mirror after each workout, you'll feel pumped and feel better about yourself. Don't do crossfit
#44733 - anon
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(04/23/2016) [-]
is playing drums good exercise provided that you practice pretty hard.
#44748 to #44733 - ieatbengay
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(04/24/2016) [-]
maybe if you're really unfit
#44723 - anon
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Hello guys. 20yo, 182cm, 70kgs (6ft and 154 pounds for americunts), over the last 3 years i lost about 40 kilos (~90 pounds, basically went from XXL to M or even S) without really doing anything (like i didn't work out or purposely diet or anything, just got to actually eat less because i didn't feel the need to eat more really) and now i'm having trouble with loose skin and looking generally not as bulky as i'd like to, and so i intend to fill that up with some muscle.
I can't really afford gym (neither money-wise nor time-wise because there's no gym close to where I live) but i have access to one of these adjustable dumbbells (2kgs-10kgs). Could probably get another one if i need two. Can you help me come up a home workout routine that won't put too much strain on me (since i'm not really in shape and it'd be retarded to aim for difficult stuff right from the start) using dumbbells and bodyweight? I'm not aiming for massive gains or getting super buff, would just like to tone everything out a little bit, my right arm is visibly more developed than my left one (given that i am right handed) and that bothers me a little, still have some fat left all over my body, but it's not a thick layer. Also if there's anything i can apply to the loose parts of my skin to make it more flexible and hopefully have it shrink a little -- i got stretch marks quite easily and so i'm suspecting a general lack of collagen. Thanks in advance!
#44710 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Did an amount of benching today. This is 250x4, towards the end of my benching. How it look, sons? The whole bench portion looked like

275x2,2
225x6,6,8
250x2,4

After that noise, I did a set of 4 with 225, and paused the first rep for 10 seconds because I have a mental disability. Finished off with some cable push downs for dem tris.
#44734 to #44710 - muchname
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(04/23/2016) [-]
HRMFFF
#44740 to #44734 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/24/2016) [-]
u wot
#44715 to #44710 - KMD
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(04/23/2016) [-]
I'm not hating just trying to help. If you plan on lifting competitively you'll need to work on your feet. They should be firmly planted because if they move at all during your lift its a red light. Now whether you can be on your toes or heels depends entirely on which powerlifting meets you join, some say heels down some say toes some say idc, but they cannot mover after your initial setup. Other than that I would really consider limiting the use of wrist wraps and elbow sleeves unless you're trying to perform in that 95~100% weight range. A lot of people say "I compete with them on so I'm going to train with them on too" which to me is a red flag in the sense that you're justifying your dependence on the gear. Unless of course you always train at your competition weight, which would be quite foolish. Other than that just watch the bounce a bit, you're trying to build yourself right now not set a record.
#44716 to #44715 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Bro, I've competed several times and never gotten red lights for foot movement, It's my legs that are driving. As far as the wrist wraps go, I just have small wrists, so I get a lot of pain benching heavy without them. Its not like wrist wraps have anything to do with your pressing muscles. And those aren't elbow sleeves, they're compression cuffs to keep my triceps tendonitis down - they don't add any weight to the lift, as they aren't on the joint. I don't really care about it "bouncing". The reps are paused, and I'm just good at using leg drive to get out of the hole. I do other things like incline bench, spoto presses, and legs up benching (all paused, of course), to develop strength throughout the lift.

Have you ever competed? Just curious.
#44717 to #44716 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/23/2016) [-]
To be clear, the balls of my feet remain planted in the same place, but there is ankle movement. It varies depending on feds, but the one I compete in allows it, as it's just seen as using leg drive.
#44727 to #44717 - KMD
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(04/23/2016) [-]
I understand the small wrist problem, I used to get a sharp pain in my Scaphoid Little bone in your wrist just below your thumb in both wrists. I used wrist warps for a few months while I worked on making my wrists stronger because the way I see it if you're going to need warps on some little weight like 225 or 250 whats going to happen when you're underneath 405 and your wrists are still hurting trying to raw bench 250?

Tendinitis at 19? are you sure your elbows just aren't warmed up enough or maybe you're not taking in enough fats to keep everything running smoothly. It could also be that maybe its your body telling you its time to start your de-load phase. If you actually do have tendinitis in your triceps then you need to rehabilitate them not put a temporary band-aid on it especially at 19, if you were to keep this up without fixing it you're going to have major long term problems.

I'll be transparent, no I have never competed in a federation sanctioned meet. That being said that doesn't mean I know less about strength training or the varying rules that come with different organizations/clubs/unions.
#44730 to #44727 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Can you strengthen your wrists? I just figured I was protecting them, since it was the hand I was dealt. Would wrist curls and that type of thing actually make the joint more secure?

I'm not sure. Whenever I do a lot of close grip pressing, I'll experience a light popping, and pain in my tricep tendon - more specifically on my left arm - during the later sets. The cuffs alleviate that, and allow me to train more, so I use them.
#44731 to #44730 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Pressing in general, actually. Just only ever towards the end of my workouts. Also during tricep cable push-downs, which I typically use as a finisher for my push days.
#44735 to #44731 - anon
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(04/23/2016) [-]
okay so for the tricep pain it sounds like its just an inflammation problem from over use. I would either take the time to rehabilitate it, take some ibuprofen before you train to keep the inflammation down, or split up my push day; I.e. do chest one day and focus on triceps the next. I would also stay away from exercises that are hard on your tricep/elbow like skull crushers or close grip bench.

I have been able to strengthen my wrists over the years by really focusing on my grip strength. lots of raw deads and really focusing on keeping my wrist straight when doing things like curls etc.
#44741 to #44735 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/24/2016) [-]
I do shittons of grip work as it is. I think I've used straps a grand total of 3 times in my life - I usually just go for hook, or straight double over. I honestly haven't tried going over 225 without wrist wraps in a long time, just trying to stay on the safe side. Maybe my wrists are stronger now.

As far as the tricep stuff, I'll keep that in mind. I'll try to do some work on it.
#44736 to #44735 - KMD
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(04/23/2016) [-]
ffs I keep forgetting to sign in.
#44742 to #44736 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/24/2016) [-]
responded to anon post
#44744 to #44742 - KMD
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(04/24/2016) [-]
I am anon
#44745 to #44744 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/24/2016) [-]
Right I know, I was saying I responded to your anon post, because otherwise you wouldn't've gotten a notification for it.
#44750 to #44745 - KMD
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(04/24/2016) [-]
Wait we get notifications? I usually just look for the post every few hours to see if anyone has said anything.
#44712 to #44710 - asotil
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Good benching budlet, maybe you'l get 300 paused someday and leave humanity behind
#44711 to #44710 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Also, I am the leg drive

M A S T E R
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#44737 to #44711 - nwbballplayer
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Yo coolguybeefyman, my leg drive is probably my worst aspect when it comes to bench. What would be the best way to improve/practice it?
#44739 to #44737 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/24/2016) [-]
I can make a vid or something soon.

...I shall teach you, my son...
#44706 - mondamini
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Alright guys, I've been lifting for over 2 years now and I see guys who started the gym 6 months ago already further ahead in progress than me because of my consistent cycle of make gains + progress, and then break due to illness/injury/exams/other dilemma and going right back to the start. Ive been at 70kg bench for almost a year now and my friend is now doing 100 for 5 no problem and I started before he did. I only lift more on squats but its only by 5kg while he leads me on almost 20-40 on everything else

A lot of my breaks tended to be from sore muscles in my arms acting up particularly the biceps, but I've seen a physiotherapist and if I do these stretches it keeps the tightness and pain at bay. So my plan is that now uni is almost over and I have no holidays planned, I'm gonna be as consistent as I can at the gym.

I'm looking here for what type of goals I should be aiming to achieve. I'm aiming at bodybuilding i hate being skinny but am also looking to lift heavy. Some info on me;
18 years old
75kg
Bench: 70kg x10
Squat: 100kg x5
Deadlift: 140kg x3


If anyone has either; goals i should be hoping to realistically attain over 4 months of consistency or tips on how to stay consistent and general tips it would be greatly appreciated.

I just hate getting no where and I've decided I'm going to change that.
#44719 to #44706 - Draigor
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(04/23/2016) [-]
yours*
#44718 to #44706 - Draigor
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(04/23/2016) [-]
look at the replies we made to the post below uoirs
#44770 to #44718 - mondamini
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(04/25/2016) [-]
thanks man
#44702 - thumbfortrump
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Hey fit, I am looking to build some muscle mass. I'm 6'6", 165lb, so I'm a pretty slim guy.
I can eat pretty much anything and I won't put on weight. My cardio is pretty good, I run 7 miles two times a week without any troubles, and my Cooper tests average almost 2 miles.
But I'm not very interested in running anymore, I want to build mass and gain weight. So I'm looking for advice on how to do it. Where to begin, is it possible to do at home or should I hit the gym, what sort of diet, should I use dietary supplements etc, etc.
#44728 to #44702 - cognosceteipsum
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(04/23/2016) [-]
damn I didn't know you were a lanklet
#44729 to #44728 - thumbfortrump
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Is that supposed to somehow make me feel bad.
#44732 to #44729 - cognosceteipsum
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(04/23/2016) [-]
What?
#44713 to #44702 - asotil
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Everything Draigor said. Just use whey, do the Big 3 primarily, and eat good clean food in large amounts. A very good meal that's fairly cheap is some ground turkey, rice, and spinach. I just throw it all into a bowl once cooked and go, it's incredibly easy to make, has good calories and protein, and the rice provides necessary carbs with the greens

Another good meal if you're looking for something people won't think you're a freak for eating is roast chicken, green beans, and mashed potatoes. Same reasons as before

Along with Squat/Bench/Deadlift, be sure to do some dumbbell work and a few machines like extensions and lat pulldown if you can't do pullups. Some good dumbbell exercises are Incline Bench, Fly, Row, and Arnold Press for mass

Remember to always ask for a spotter, lift with proper form, and a good thing to start doing would be to record your sets to watch later. This will help tremendously with getting proper form
#44721 to #44713 - thumbfortrump
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Okay thanks. Can ask you about the amount of food you usually eat during a day?
How much should a person my height eat?
#44722 to #44721 - asotil
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(04/23/2016) [-]
That's not really my area of expertise, I'm 6'3 280-300 and working towards Strongman. Calories aren't on my mind, just getting enough daily intake of protein is.

For someone trying to put on mass, I'm going to assume you have a completely average not overactive metabolism, I'd say about 3-4k calories? As long as it's high protein stuff with some (not a whole lot) of carbs, you're fine
#44709 to #44702 - Draigor
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Find a gym with a squat rack, bench, and place to deadlift. Make sure they allow chalk.
Look up any of these programs, read the full pdf guides, choose one, and stick to it: Starting Strength, Strong Lifts 5x5, Greyskull LP. Don't overthink which program to choose, they're all good, and you'll make hella dank gains.

As for your eating habits, you have to eat more. If you don't feel like you're gonna bust after every meal, you're not eating enough. For diet, just try to eat a lot of whole foods as well as foods with high protein. The only "supplement" I would recommend is any sort of whey protein, so you can mix it with some milk as a nice snack in between meals.

Another thing, make sure you take the time to make your form for every lift as perfect as possible. Watch videos on youtube and get someone who knows their shit too watch you lift. If you don't know anyone irl, post videos of yourself lifting on fitness boards for feedback.

Hope this helps.
#44720 to #44709 - thumbfortrump
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Okay nice. Dietary wise, should I focus on 3 big meals a day or should I try and be full all the time? Also, should I eat before or after workout, or in between even.

I found a gym close to me and I'll be starting monday.
www.bodybuilding.com/fun/novice-lifters-start-here.html
Is this a good program to start with?
#44724 to #44720 - Draigor
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Focus on 3 huge meals, as well as snacks in between.
I would also advise you to find the actual starting strength pdf online and read it, don't take this half assed summary from bodybuilding.com
#44725 to #44724 - thumbfortrump
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(04/23/2016) [-]
alright will do. Thanks.
#44726 to #44725 - Draigor
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(04/23/2016) [-]
you're welcome dude
#44694 - nwbballplayer
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(04/22/2016) [-]
531 with squats tonight. Had a top set of 325 for 5+, ended up with 10. Only a matter of time before 405 is mine. I'm coming for ya studbeefpile
#44701 to #44694 - KMD
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Jfc, I read it as I squatted 531 last night. just about lost my shit. in a good way.
#44699 to #44694 - anon
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Draig is right. Just peak your strength up and you got it.

The skwaat is probably my weakest lift though, tbh....the real quest is to deadlift 500, and bench 300, my son.
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Unless you already have, in which case, gg.
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#44700 to #44699 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/22/2016) [-]
This was me, btw.
#44705 to #44700 - nwbballplayer
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(04/22/2016) [-]
500 DL hopefully by end of the year, 300 bench hopefully before I die.
#44707 to #44705 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Good luck.

P.S. the secret to benching 300lbs, is bulking to 300lbs Body Weight, srs.

The secret to 500 dl, is the 20 rep progression, and doing a fuckton on back work.
#44714 to #44707 - asotil
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(04/23/2016) [-]
Can confirm on Part 1

The secret to a good deadlift is to do a squat off the floor then hump the sky at the top
#44695 to #44694 - Draigor
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Dude, you easily have 405x1 if you got 325 x 10
#44703 to #44695 - nwbballplayer
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(04/22/2016) [-]
That's what multiple people have told me, but I think it's the mental aspect that has kept me from attempting it.
#44708 to #44703 - Draigor
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Yea, the mental game can be tough
#44685 - anon
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Is crossfit really that bad?
#44696 to #44685 - Draigor
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(04/22/2016) [-]
ehh not really
#44690 to #44685 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/22/2016) [-]
yes
#44691 to #44690 - anon
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Why?
#44693 to #44691 - nwbballplayer
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Reasons
#44679 - leal
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(04/21/2016) [-]
too late to cut?
#44698 to #44679 - cptmongtard
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Muh satisfaction
#44738 to #44698 - leal
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(04/24/2016) [-]
?
#44680 to #44679 - marinepenguin
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Yup, you've reached the threshold of bf% where it's impossible to lose fat. Just give up, you can't make it anymore.

But really, too late for what? Summer?
#44681 to #44680 - leal
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Like summer vacation in end of june
#44682 to #44681 - marinepenguin
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Two months is plenty of time for a decent cut.
#44678 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
I've been utterly exhausted for the past few days. I'm still working out, but I barely have any energy by the time I get to lifting. Construction work is generally difficult, but the past couple days have been brutal...shoveling dirt. In the sun. for hours...I've been in that weird loopy state you get to at like 4am (minus being slap happy), for days now. Still lifting tho.....


P.S.

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#44683 to #44678 - asotil
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(04/22/2016) [-]
I fucked up and got tricked into doing cardio Tuesday afternoon, I've had like 3 nosebleeds a day since then at varying times

Shit's fun when you're walking around the supermarket both sweaty, callused, and with with a bloody shirt
#44673 - anon
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Hey Stud, what's your squat at now?
#44674 to #44673 - anon
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(04/21/2016) [-]
405, bud. Who tha fuk r u m8
#44676 to #44674 - KMD
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(04/21/2016) [-]
sorry forgot to login
#44677 to #44676 - studbeefpile ONLINE
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(04/21/2016) [-]
I am also 19....
#44687 to #44677 - anon
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(04/22/2016) [-]
I didn't post that stupid baby btw. keep up the good work m8
#44675 to #44674 - anon
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(04/21/2016) [-]
I am you but stronger
#44672 - cptmongtard
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Weighing in tomorrow for 168lb fight. Feel like shit from the cut I've had to do, I've come down 12lb in 3 weeks. Probably around 14-15% right now? Feel free to correct. Strength suffered a lot
#44686 to #44672 - anon
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Can we see a close up of your tattoo?
#44697 to #44686 - cptmongtard
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(04/22/2016) [-]
It's the Halo of the Sun from the Silent Hill series
#44663 - mommamadeira
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Hey y'all, got my weight set in. 100lb(It's a shitty one, not much money but gotta start somewhere). Inclining bench with leg lift, 300lbs max says on product, bought 2 more 25lbs which puts my total weight to use at 150lb(My being at 190lb puts it over the maximum weight what bench says is acceptable but I doubt it really can't hold 340lb). My diet and weight loss has been going pretty good and it's time to add some lifting in. It's late and I already did all my exercises for the day(Today was an hour on abs) so I'm assembling and starting it tomorrow. Does anyone have good programs or ideas as to how I should start?

As a footnote, I'm assuming it's still okay to lift on a very low calorie diet? I eat less than 1k a day at the moment, usually 600-800 calories.
#44661 - marinepenguin
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Tfw slowly becoming ottermode.
#44684 to #44661 - dudewtflolpoo
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(04/22/2016) [-]
Ottermode overlords. I too am becoming an Otter. Accept the fate.
#44667 to #44661 - asotil
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(04/21/2016) [-]
Tfw losing fat and gaining muscle without trying but strength has stalled completely
#44666 to #44661 - the one and only
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(04/21/2016) [-]
So sorry.
#44656 - asotil
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(04/20/2016) [-]
"Asotil I feel like whenever I come in you're always doing something with the log. One day you'll be benching or squatting with it, eh?"

And so the prophecy was fortold
#44692 to #44656 - asotil
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(04/22/2016) [-]
I just realized you can see behind the black screen on the left

Truly the epitome of Polish Photography
#44658 to #44656 - baglesbites
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(04/20/2016) [-]
Wow, you got a nice tan goin on
#44659 to #44658 - asotil
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(04/20/2016) [-]
That's rust fam