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#43290 - xgreenmaidenx
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(02/24/2016) [-]
Don't know if to post this in science or in this board, but I'll try with this.
How come teenage knees, especially women's, are really easy to injure and to hurt?
I'm not THAT active(especially during the winter, because I like to go outside and train) but the knees are always the part that hurt the most, and a lot of my female class mates can't even be a part of school sports/training because of their knees. One even had to use crutches for a week or so and my very athletic second cousin had to use a wheelchair at one point. All women.

And, how can I avoid hurting my feeble adolescent female knees?
#43308 to #43290 - baglesbites
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(02/25/2016) [-]
Exercise will help because it strengthens the muscle and connective tissue around the joint and in turn help prevent injuries in day to day activities.
#43298 to #43290 - Draigor
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(02/24/2016) [-]
What does it mean when you are "active"? What causes your knees to hurt?
#43293 to #43290 - asotil ONLINE
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(02/24/2016) [-]
GIF
>How come teenage knees, especially women's, are really easy to injure and to hurt?

Do you really want an answer?
#43291 to #43290 - marinepenguin
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(02/24/2016) [-]
Well this is the first I'm hearing about this. Younger individuals shouldn't be having issues with their knees.
#43285 - asotil ONLINE
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(02/24/2016) [-]
Can someone cool tell me the benefits to doing 2 sessions per day if trying to gain strength? There's too much empty time in my day between the gym and looking for work, I figure I may as well put it to use if I can expedite my path to Strongman
#43299 to #43285 - Draigor
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(02/24/2016) [-]
Unless you're elite and lifting is your source of income, don't lift more than once a day.
#43292 to #43285 - packalpha
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(02/24/2016) [-]
Lifting twice a day is soo for weak people. Lift 12 times a day. Get big! Get strong!
#43288 to #43285 - nwbballplayer
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(02/24/2016) [-]
Lift twice a day
#43287 to #43285 - marinepenguin
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(02/24/2016) [-]
Don't lift twice a day.
#43289 to #43287 - asotil ONLINE
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(02/24/2016) [-]
Excuse me I asked for someone cool
#43283 - blerdegerb
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(02/23/2016) [-]
hey Fj
over the years i have stayed in shape (in general ive done just general exercises for endurance in the form of swordsman ship for about 2-3 years)
although i want to gain some actual weight in muscle.

I am not very knowledgeable about this so i was wondering if someone can make me or help me make a schedule to help me gain some real muscle mass (not body builder but i want to get to a healthy weight

i am male
5'7"
and i am about 112 pounds or about 51kg

needless to say i am under weight i would like to gain say 20 pounds but not in fat
if given a schedule (and probably a diet to match it) i will put the work in (a bit of a typical claim, but ive stayed with routines before)

any way im hoping some of my fellow funny junk phaggots are willing to help and maybe join me
#43309 to #43283 - baglesbites
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(02/25/2016) [-]
Try out a beginner strength routine like starting strength, icf 5x5 or grey skull LP. They're full body 3 days a week programs built to put on strength and size for people who have little to no lifting experience. Eat lots, hit the workouts hard and you'll see progress.
#43317 to #43309 - blerdegerb
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(02/25/2016) [-]
im missing some of the equipment what i have are free weights of 10lbs and 20 lbs
and i have 2 sets of ankle weights and a pull up bar as well as grip trainers
#43318 to #43317 - baglesbites
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(02/25/2016) [-]
That equipment is only going to carry you so far. I'd suggest getting a gym membership for long term improvement. For now, chin ups, dips if you have somewhere to do them otherwise push ups, lunges, split squats, planks and standing shoulder presses. That should cover all the basics with the equipment you have. Keep the same idea of full body 3 days a week.
#43319 to #43318 - blerdegerb
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(02/25/2016) [-]
thank you
#43280 - parrotwidnofeather
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(02/23/2016) [-]
I've been doing the following this routine whenever I dont feel the pain from the previous session (which is around every 2-3 days, which is also convenient for me because I dont have classes during that day) : pushups, squats, sit-up, mountain climber.
I repeat each exercise until my muscles give out, then I move on to the next.
Am I doing anything wrong with this? Im new to getting swole so I dont know if this is good enough to get me buff. Should I get dumbells or anything?
#43286 to #43280 - dvmaster
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(02/24/2016) [-]
You should go to a gym and do barbell exercises with actual weight if you want to get big. Bodyweight routines are good for moving around and burning a few calories but wont get you anywhere in terms of real size. With that said if you can't go to a gym you can try calisthenics, a few guys in my college do it and they have nice arms/backs.
#43275 - studbeefpile
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(02/23/2016) [-]
The Obesity Chronicles Ep  1

Here it is, guys. Part one of the Obesity Chronicles.
#43284 to #43275 - asotil ONLINE
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(02/24/2016) [-]
>Eat, Gym, Sleep   
>Obesity   
   
It's Gym, Eat, Sleep you fucking gaijin. You can't work your hardest on a full stomach, and then you're expending calories you could be using to pick up weight immediately after ingesting them. You're supposed to work out, then eat a bunch, then go to sleep so your body stores the food as fat instead of using it for energy   
   
AND WHERE IS YOUR FUCKING MAWASHI   
   
HAVE I TAUGHT YOU NOTHING ON PROPER SUMO TECHNIQUE
>Eat, Gym, Sleep
>Obesity

It's Gym, Eat, Sleep you fucking gaijin. You can't work your hardest on a full stomach, and then you're expending calories you could be using to pick up weight immediately after ingesting them. You're supposed to work out, then eat a bunch, then go to sleep so your body stores the food as fat instead of using it for energy

AND WHERE IS YOUR FUCKING MAWASHI

HAVE I TAUGHT YOU NOTHING ON PROPER SUMO TECHNIQUE
#43282 to #43275 - nwbballplayer
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(02/23/2016) [-]
ZEEEROOOO nice shirt
#43273 - studbeefpile
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(02/23/2016) [-]
First episode of the Obesity Chronicles is going up later tonight or tomorrow morning...
#43274 to #43273 - nwbballplayer
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(02/23/2016) [-]
Send nudes
#43267 - asotil ONLINE
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(02/23/2016) [-]
ITT: Post your progress

Last Monday my squat max was a shitty form 8 second grind 295. Wednesday through Friday I hit 315 for a single consistently improving my form. Today I managed to get 315 for 2, and followed it with a 335 max with minimal form breakdown according to my spot. After that I did some trap bar deadlift and after applying copious amounts of chalk got 425 for 3. Finally we hit some 3 count pause bench, 215lbs 4x6. The weight was too light and the rep range too low and instead of feeling like I was working it just felt like an inconvenience, made worse by the fact that God of Rage is a fucking lie and I experienced the hardest crash of all time without even getting the advertised pump, and literally fell asleep on the ride home

All in all today was a good day. Bulgarian method is working very well for me, right now I'm almost stronger than I've ever been, and will be as soon as my squat break 355 hopefully within the next month
#43272 to #43267 - nwbballplayer
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(02/23/2016) [-]
Been running an upper lower/PPL hybrid with days focus on powerlifting or bodybuilding. Eating like 4000 calories a day and trying to gain weight until end of march, then doing a cut while running X Factor Advanced. Bench is shit but it's getting better, and adding tons of volume is doing wonders. Couple days ago did 345lbs squats for 3x3, then pause deficit DL for 3x8 with 315lbs. Tonight, did 3x3 DLs with 375lbs, the did pause squats with 245x10, 255x10, and 265x10. Stats are 245 pause bench, 375 squat, 415 DL at roughly 205-208lbs.
#43271 to #43267 - marinepenguin
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(02/23/2016) [-]
Lost 12 pounds here at training. Still been liftin, maybe 4 or 5 times a week. Started a new program so no new big PRs just yet. But I have been seeing my deadlift and squat form improve very very well these past few weeks working with lower weights and doing them more often.

I've been leaning out like crazy from all the extra activity too. Constantly carrying at least 20 pounds of gear, hauling weapons, walking 5-6 miles every day at least, running all the time, eating super clean, etc.
#43264 - asotil ONLINE
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(02/23/2016) [-]
Do not use God of Rage pre workout. I'm on 4 fucking scoops right now, I haven't felt any sort of pump at all during my workout, and I'm about to fucking fall asleep on this bench
It is a fucking waste of money
#43265 to #43264 - marinepenguin
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(02/23/2016) [-]
>Not using Neon
>Not using Mr. Hyde
>not using #SX-7 Shatter
>not using M1 extreme
>not using Jacked Original formula

It's like you aren't even trying bro
#43266 to #43265 - asotil ONLINE
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(02/23/2016) [-]
>Didn't see it
>Exchanging for it tomorrow morning, gib flavors
>What
>I'm not military fam
>I enjoy having an organic circulatory system

It was within my price range and the flavor sounded ok. Progress thread coming up
#43270 to #43266 - marinepenguin
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(02/23/2016) [-]
Other than the last one, they're all actually pretty good. I'd recommend them. You'll like Mr. Hyde.
#43262 - asotil ONLINE
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(02/22/2016) [-]
I may have a problem

Lately during my Close Grip sessions, generally on my last set right before my last rep, I get this weird feeling in my right bicep of all things. I go down for the last rep, get about halfway up, and suddenly my right arm just gives out. It's not even fatigue or heavy weight, this happened with 175 the other day which flew up no problem for every rep of every set beforehand, except for the very last one, and only because of my right bicep. Any explanation or a fix would be great, I'm using a Texas bar with my index finger about an inch from where the bar becomes grooved

Moving on, last week I hit my first 315 squat single since last June, and hit it 4 days consecutively. Today I hit it for a double. Regulars were mirin
#43260 - nsfwcontent
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Diet Query

Is there a meal that I could eat every day that would keep me healthy?
e.g. could I eat a certain amount of chicken, rice and vegetables every day and have a healthy diet?

Not bothered about taste or getting bored of it or anything, just want a meal I can eat each day without having to waste time creating something different each day to maintain a healthy diet.

For years eating has seemed more like a chore than anything else and was wondering if there was a 1 big meal to eat throughout the day or same 3 meals every day I could eat to stay healthy at the same time. Rather than have one meal one day and another the next could I just buy 7 lots of the same ingredients every week and have the same meal every day or prepare 7 meals to eat throughout the week.
#43276 to #43260 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/23/2016) [-]
Keep in mind what's lean and what has complex carbohydrates.

Poach up 6 eggs, make some oats (or whole grained toast) and that should be your breakfast.

For lunch, chicken and rice is fine.

For supper.. Try out some crab meat. The shit is very high in protein and is superrr fucking lean.
#43269 to #43260 - dvmaster
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(02/23/2016) [-]
I eat 5 - 6 eggs everyday + oats with a sliced banana and milk, that's been my breakfast for about a year now.
#43250 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Do bigger pecs help cover pectus excavatum?

Pic related. It isn't my chest but it's what pectus excavatum looks like.
#43254 to #43250 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Forgot picture
#43255 to #43254 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Here is a diagram of how it's already f7ckong with my gains
#43256 to #43255 - marinepenguin
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(02/22/2016) [-]
No it doesn't.
#43257 to #43256 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Damn.

I guess I'll have to get the surgery then to fix it.
#43258 to #43257 - marinepenguin
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Yeah I have it to a very mild degree, and my big chest makes it look a little worse actually.
#43277 to #43258 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/23/2016) [-]
I'm talking to some people at the mayo clinic (the guys who made that diagram) on Wednesday about correcting it.

My concerns is whether or not I'm going to be able to keep lifting (I'm a month in and seeing remarkable results for a month.. Probably just muscle memory from when I was in high school and lifting.) and if I'll still be able to work.
#43278 to #43277 - marinepenguin
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(02/23/2016) [-]
Likely not while recovering from the surgery for at least a few weeks I'd say.
#43279 to #43278 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/23/2016) [-]
That's what I'm thinking.
#43259 to #43258 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/22/2016) [-]
I've got about a good 3 inch dip in mine. I've always been incredibly self concious about it.. Today my brothers and wife were making fun of me about it, saying it proves to show that I'm heartless.
#43247 - Elk
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(02/22/2016) [-]
After tomorrow, it will have been a week since I last drank a soda.
#43251 to #43247 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Nice! I used to drink 4 liters of mountain dew a day. I'm down to a can of soda every other day - Only if I'm somewhere besides home or the gym.

It's hard.. But just think of the health benefits.
#43261 to #43251 - Elk
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Nice! How long have you been off of that?
#43263 to #43261 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/22/2016) [-]
About a month. I'll have a few red bulls here or there, but that's mostly for the caffeine since I'm awake for 20-22 hours daily doing stuff.
#43242 - yiffcario
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Is there anything (besides surgery) that can be done about loose/excess skin? It's not horrible like I got lipo or something but it's upsetting having it after all the diet and exercise.
#43252 to #43242 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Skin will get tight again on its own after some time passes... But get swole and fill with muscles.
#43249 to #43242 - asotil ONLINE
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Lift weights, get swole, fill with muscle
#43248 to #43242 - Elk
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(02/22/2016) [-]
I think that lifting weights helps. I might be wrong about that.
#43241 - zanntaggerung
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(02/21/2016) [-]
I started 5x5's at the beginning of this year because I kept falling off from splits I had come up. The other day I benched 135 lbs for the first time in my life and tomorrow I'll be squatting 200 (not sure if I managed that back in high school). I know it's not much to most here but my skinny ass feels accomplished so far.
#43268 to #43241 - narddogg
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(02/23/2016) [-]
Congrats m8, 135 lbs on the bench is my current objective for the 5x5 program
#43253 to #43241 - Sewallman ONLINE
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(02/22/2016) [-]
I just reached 145 after only being able to bench 70 a month ago. Be proud every time you go up.. It means you're doing good.
#43238 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
why does blood go into my head when i bench??
(Obviously a begginer)
#43240 to #43238 - marinepenguin
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Blood pressure increases when you lift weights, some people just get red faced. Personally I don't.
#43237 - anon
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(02/21/2016) [-]
So lets say you put a 25 lb plate on both sides of a barbell. Are you lifting 69lbs or 94lbs?
#43239 to #43237 - marinepenguin
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(02/21/2016) [-]
A 45 pound barbell would make it 95 pounds. 45+25+25 equals 95
#43231 - midnighteyes
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(02/21/2016) [-]
So, this is something I don't talk much about anymore.
I've struggled with my weight almost my entire life. Up until I was about 19 years old, I was clinically obese. Some factors were out of my control, many were my own ignorance. And for the most part, I've always been self-conscious about my weight and appearance. When I was 20 years old, I began my journey to finally get myself into shape. From various nutritional supplements, to different eating habits and exercise habits, I tried everything I could to find something that worked for me, yet I always seemed to overthink myself out of striving for goals. Lately, I began trying a new approach of just not overthinking things and just doing it. I've started going back to the gym 2-5 times a week and I've changed my eating habits. Over the last month of this new approach, I've found myself truly enjoying the ride and just going with the flow and I feel like I've finally found the right method for myself. I'm so much happier, healthier and I feel so much better about myself and have more energy than I ever have in my life. And although I'm not 100% where I want to be, noticing the progress is just as exciting.
#43236 to #43231 - narddogg
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(02/21/2016) [-]
That's some real solid progress m8, how much weight did you lose?
#43243 to #43236 - midnighteyes
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(02/22/2016) [-]
75 in total, but gained 25 in muscle. When I lost all the easy fat, I realized I had no muscle tone because I almost never exercised. Needless to say, I changed that habit quick.
#43244 to #43243 - narddogg
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Gif says it all
#43245 to #43244 - midnighteyes
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(02/22/2016) [-]
Thank you, man.
Here's another one that shows how scrawny I was before I started going to the gym.
I don't know how to describe it, I was just smooth. I wasn't fat, but I had very little muscle tone so nothing stood out.
#43246 to #43245 - narddogg
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(02/22/2016) [-]
I understand what you're saying. I went from being chubby to being scrawnier than you are in the picture to the right. Plus, I'm about 5'8 so I feel the scrawniness was a bit amplified. I haven't been lifting that long so I still have quite some way to go, but I definitely understand what you're saying
#43234 to #43231 - noticing
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(02/21/2016) [-]
nice one bro
#43232 to #43231 - marinepenguin
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Nice job brosef
#43233 to #43232 - midnighteyes
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Thanks, dude!!
#43227 - maddboiy
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(02/20/2016) [-]
So after being stuck on 1x5 at 90kg for my Deadlifts i managed to hit 100kg (220lb) at 1x5 yesterday, so fucking happy with myself even though it ain't much it's still a victory in my book.
#43228 to #43227 - the one and only
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Any new record is worth getting excited about. Keep it up, youll do double your body weight unless youre 50kg already then aim for 3x your body weight on dl.
#43226 - asotil ONLINE
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(02/20/2016) [-]
Failing that last rep on Volume day
#43229 to #43226 - the one and only
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Was it pull ups?
#43230 to #43229 - asotil ONLINE
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Bench

You pull with your shoulders you goose
#43225 - cupotruth
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(02/20/2016) [-]
Thinking about getting cut, know a good deal about lifting but not enough about dieting (I try not to eat high octane crap and get enough protein but I've never measured it), there a good way to maintain around the same muscle mass while losing fat? (I know there will always be some loss when you go lower calories but I don't want to lose too much)

I don't mind if it's slow going, I've learned patience.

hlp pls
#43235 to #43225 - nwbballplayer
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(02/21/2016) [-]
Honestly, the best way would be to not go crazy on your caloric deficit. If you instantly just drop your calories way down, it's going to affect your cut negatively. Other than that, eating enough protein, taking BCAAs, and possibly throwing in some HIIT cardio are great ways to preserve muscle during a cut.