Upload
Login or register
Latest users (3): mammothrooster, mendelevium, tentaquil, anonymous(17).
Anonymous comments allowed.
#43655 - dragontamers
Reply 0
(03/12/2016) [-]
Anyone know where to get some damn Whey Powder? There aren't any shops near me that sell them and I can't find any on Amazon that ships to Australia.
#43656 to #43655 - dragontamers
Reply 0
(03/12/2016) [-]
Never mind. I finally found one that ships over here.
#43649 - warkiller
Reply 0
(03/12/2016) [-]
After fracturing my shin and dislocating my right shoulder while playing football a couple months back, I had to take about a month or so off of lifting to heal.
Been taking it slow ever since i got back and I'm back up to a 355 squat, 255 bench, and a 395 DL at 255 BW.
Progress is a slow thing but I guess it's worth it in the end.
#43648 - leal
Reply 0
(03/12/2016) [-]
Body fat %?
#43693 to #43648 - asotil
Reply +1
(03/14/2016) [-]
All of it
#43664 to #43648 - Draigor
Reply 0
(03/13/2016) [-]
'bout 3.50%
#43661 to #43648 - dealwithitfagg
Reply 0
(03/12/2016) [-]
'bout 15%
#43650 to #43648 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply 0
(03/12/2016) [-]
14%-16%
#43640 - nwbballplayer
Reply 0
(03/11/2016) [-]
Marinepenguin

How many BCAAs a day is optimal for when I begin cutting?
#43698 to #43640 - misticalz
Reply 0
(03/14/2016) [-]
BCAA?
#43699 to #43698 - nwbballplayer
Reply 0
(03/14/2016) [-]
Branched chain amino acids
#43701 to #43699 - misticalz
Reply 0
(03/14/2016) [-]
How do you calculate that
what role does it play?
#43646 to #43640 - Draigor
Reply 0
(03/11/2016) [-]
how big of a cut over how long are you shooting for breh
#43647 to #43646 - nwbballplayer
Reply +1
(03/11/2016) [-]
20-25 pounds over 2-3 months. Tomorrow I should weigh in at around 215 to 220, and I'd like to get to around 190, maybe 195. Not a huge cut, but I want to lean out a bit.
#43665 to #43647 - Draigor
Reply 0
(03/13/2016) [-]
Nice. It's good to start cutting early for dat der summer bod 8)
#43643 to #43640 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply 0
(03/11/2016) [-]
But seriously I usually only take about two scoops, or around 14 grams a day.
#43644 to #43643 - nwbballplayer
Reply +1
(03/11/2016) [-]
Ight man thanks. I'm starting on Sunday so tomorrow I'll probably be posting a pic of my fat ass as a reference. Should be fun
#43641 to #43640 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply 0
(03/11/2016) [-]
All of them
#43642 to #43641 - nwbballplayer
Reply +1
(03/11/2016) [-]
Spoken like a true 5%er
#43652 to #43642 - baglesbites
Reply +1
(03/12/2016) [-]
Right babe?
#43637 - hirollin
Reply 0
(03/11/2016) [-]
Anyone know of a simple beginners lifting workout? I have a gym membership and I'd like to start lifting. Also if anyone knows the best times to go that'd be nice. The gym I go to doesn't have too many machines, and waiting around for one for like an hour at 5:30 seems like a shitty plan.
#43660 to #43637 - buttfacemugee ONLINE
Reply +1
(03/12/2016) [-]
If you can try to go in between 11 to 3. THats when every one is at work and or at school. If you cant do that then anything past 9 should work. Also I like stronglifts as a beginner workout. it is relativly simple and you dont stay in the gym for a extreme amout of time
#43638 to #43637 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply +2
(03/11/2016) [-]
SS + GOMAD
#43696 to #43638 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply 0
(03/14/2016) [-]
The former
#43694 to #43638 - asotil
Reply 0
(03/14/2016) [-]
Is SS Starting Strength or Starting Strongman

I've never done either but I'm curious
#43639 to #43638 - hirollin
Reply 0
(03/11/2016) [-]
Would minimizing weight and increasing reps be a good option for SS? Have some old injuries that I'm afraid would be a hindrance if I increase weight too fast. Truthfully I'm afraid I couldn't do dead lifts effectively at all an may need to replace them entirely
#43645 to #43639 - Draigor
Reply +1
(03/11/2016) [-]
5lbs a workout is not alot of weight increase, assuming you are starting with empty bar. But if that makes you uneasy, use micro plates to increase by 2.5lbs.
#43636 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply +1
(03/11/2016) [-]
Deficit Deadlifts 295 for 10

Felt pissening, bounced a couple it seems, but otherwise was solid.

Inb4 "mixed grip hate"
#43651 to #43636 - baglesbites
Reply 0
(03/12/2016) [-]
Hating mixed grip is ridiculous. If you're smart about using it you'll see minimal negative effects. Also, is your camera guy is pic related all grown up?
#43653 to #43651 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply 0
(03/12/2016) [-]
I use it on my work sets only, just feels way more stable. And honestly I feel the tension in my lats just as much.

I talked to him later and he said he was doing it on purpose, he didn't know I was gonna post it online haha.
#43633 - Draigor
Reply +2
(03/11/2016) [-]
Did highbar skwats for the 1st time ever today. I gotta say, it felt way more natural than low bar.
#43632 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply +1
(03/11/2016) [-]
Will be squatting and doing deficit deadlifts tomorrow. I'll be filming my deadlifts and posting, probably gonna work up to 295-305 for 8-10 depending on how I feel.
#43629 - baglesbites
Reply +3
(03/11/2016) [-]
Just finished my push day and my close grip bench is only 10lbs away from my previous 3x3 pause bench pr and I'm doing two extra sets. The weight is also moving faster and with better form as well... 225 for reps is coming soon
#43620 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply +1
(03/10/2016) [-]
Shaw DL 315

How do I tell my buddy that his form is awful?
#43626 to #43620 - asotil
Reply +1
(03/10/2016) [-]
Your form reminds me of that time when my dad died of Cancer he got from being caught in a fire caused by shit form
#43621 to #43620 - mondominiman
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
"Hey buddy your form is awful"
#43623 to #43621 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
No that's far too subtle. I need something gut wrenching and soul crushing
#43628 to #43623 - dvmaster
0
has deleted their comment [-]
#43627 to #43623 - baglesbites
Reply +1
(03/11/2016) [-]
Are you from St. Louis? Because your back is an arch

Are you a Halloween cat? Because your back looks like one you pussy

Have you ever been in a wheel chair? You will be soon with that form
#43630 to #43627 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply 0
(03/11/2016) [-]
The funny thing is I'm actually from St. Louis haha.
#43624 to #43623 - mondominiman
Reply +2
(03/10/2016) [-]
"hey faggot, your form is aweful. Also I hate you"
#43614 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
ATTENTION: I now received ATP for tech school, meaning I can wear civilian clothes and carry my phone to the gym. So videos and photos will be more prevelant and more updates will be possible.
#43612 - studbeefpile
Reply +2
(03/10/2016) [-]
Please admire my fatceps.

Been doing a bit more arm work lately, they're about 15&1/2 cold, now. Maybe one day I won't have tiny arms.
#43700 to #43612 - KMD
Reply 0
(03/14/2016) [-]
17.7499999999" @ 6'3
#43616 to #43612 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
I haven't measured recently, but I'm probably about 17.5 inches, maybe a little less as I've been getting leaner.
#43618 to #43616 - studbeefpile
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
No offense though, you still look waaay better than me, lol.
#43619 to #43618 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
I agree though, I'll have to do a vid one of these days measuring in real time. Only way I try and make sense of it is comparing it to my wrists. I have 9in wrists at their smallest point, comparing them to that puts it into some perspective I guess.
#43625 to #43619 - baglesbites
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
I'd kill for larger joints, your wrist is almost 1.5 times larger than mine. 5'10 manlette proportions for life
#43631 to #43625 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply 0
(03/11/2016) [-]
What's crazy is that I always thought I had tiny joints, because all my younger brothers have larger bones and joints than I do one plays D2 football and has 10 inch wrists . But it seems to not be the case.
#43617 to #43616 - studbeefpile
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
That's crazy dude. You have the largest, small looking arms I've ever heard of. If I didn't know you were 6'3, I'd guess you were rocking some 14s
#43613 to #43612 - baglesbites
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
Did I accidentally click on /guns/? Looking thick, solid, tight by the way.

I too have added in a little extra arm work. I'm up to around 14 3/4 col ID say
#43607 - cackrel
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
**cackrel used "*roll picture*"**
**cackrel rolled image**Uuuh guys, I've got a problem.
So I did legs and back today deadlifts + squats.
And my hemorrhoid acted up.
Like, REALLY acted up, shat blood and shit.
What do? How do I make my ass not swell up after i'm done with my squats.
#43615 to #43607 - baglesbites
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
Time to visit the doctor for a prostate exam
#43605 - asotil
Reply 0
(03/09/2016) [-]
Evening lads

I've been super sick these past two days unable to breathe or get out of bed, slept for roughly 36 hours, ate half a quesadilla and a cup of tea during that time. So the first thing I did in my infinite wisdom is go as heavy as I could for my deadlift and bench today on a bottle of Snapple and a granola bar

Hit 405 Sumo, feel free to berate my form, and a 265 bench which I will upload in a minute

If pre the faces I make during this my sinuses are clogged like a woman's bathroom and I was also trying not to sneeze
#43608 to #43605 - asotil
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
I didn't press record for my Bench set
#43606 to #43605 - cackrel
Reply 0
(03/09/2016) [-]
Well, good job.
Dno about sumo though, isn't it semi cheating?
#43611 to #43606 - studbeefpile
Reply +1
(03/10/2016) [-]
Sumo vs conventional is all about bone structure and leverages. If it were objectively easier for everyone, every single top lifter would be pulling sumo - but that's not the case. In fact, most of the heaviest pullers, pull almost exclusively conventional (Magnusson, Leeman, Rubish, etc.)

So no, sumo is not cheating, it just tends to work better for certain people depending on how they're built.
#43609 to #43606 - asotil
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
Studbeefpile you're the expert here I just do it because it feels better

Is it cheating?
#43602 - jamiemsm
Reply 0
(03/09/2016) [-]
so just finished fapping and im now back to feeling sad and lonely. i just turned 25 and been thinking that i soon have to do something if i want to start a family in the future. im fat and lazy but i really want to work on that.

the problem is that i have no idea how to get fit. do any of you guys know what kind of training i should do and what to eat, or know any good websites to read about it.
i have a gym i close to me that i want to start in, and im not bad at cooking or learning to cook new things. i just need to know whats healthy but still a little delicious.

if you guys can help i thank you, and if im wasting your time then im sorry
#43604 to #43602 - asotil
Reply +2
(03/09/2016) [-]
I'm fat an lazy too, just workout and you'll feel a lot better about yourself. As long as your working at a gym nobody will think poorly of you, they'll think "Wow, look at that fat Fuck go. That is goddamn inspiring" and after a few steady appearances the big built guys will probably even start talking to you and you'll make some friends who can give you good advice. It's what happened to me, I was 17 340 and decided to join a hardcore powerlifter/bodybuilding gym. I showed up 4 times a week for 30 minutes or an hour, and within a month I had people coming to me talking about lifting and how much progress they've seen

Don't be like me and give up on fitness. Ever. It is the worst mistake a human can make. Keep working, do your best everyday, and remember these words: Never believe in yourself. Believe in all of us who believe in you

Worst comes to worst just say you're training to be a sumo wrestler and ruse them all
#43598 - anon
Reply 0
(03/09/2016) [-]
does fapping slow down or decrease gainz?
#43599 to #43598 - Draigor
Reply +2
(03/09/2016) [-]
Don't worry about it
#43594 - lotengo
Reply 0
(03/08/2016) [-]
Click to show spoiler
>Admin
>More like Fatmin, amiright?
#43622 to #43594 - mondominiman
Reply 0
(03/10/2016) [-]
He's just fat to hide his massive gainz, the world cannot know how powerful he really is. The nukes we should worry about are his left and right arms.
#43593 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply +1
(03/08/2016) [-]
Sitting at about 200 pounds still, keeping up with lifting has been hard with combatives this last week, have more combatives this week but it's at night so I can go to the gym in the mornings.
#43592 - shabadaka
Reply 0
(03/08/2016) [-]
Hey I need some advice. I've decided to start losing some weight. What would be some good excersizes to start with?
#43634 to #43592 - dealwithitfagg
Reply 0
(03/11/2016) [-]
The best way to lose weight is to combine cardio and weight lifting.
If you are really overweight/have very little energy, I suggest by just walking an hour a day, best before breakfast. It's got to be more then 20 minutes, because before that, you're body isn't starting burning fat already, and if you think "oh so I can walk for 30 mins" then you only burned fat for 10 minutes, so that's not much. Before breakfast because otherwise your body is busy with digesting the food, and not fat.
Also of course you gotta eat right. I don't know how much you weight and how tall you are, so here is a site you could use so you know how many calories you can take: authoritynutrition.com/how-many-calories-per-day/

If you have more questions, you can message me!
#43601 to #43592 - ieatbengay
Reply 0
(03/09/2016) [-]
Diet is more effective than exercise. Good exercises to start with would be basics that effortlessly improve your calories burned each day, for example jogging for a few minutes every hour, taking stairs instead of elevators, etc.

Weight lifting is great for losing weight too but I'm not sure if that's an option for you?
#43600 to #43592 - ieatbengay
0
has deleted their comment [-]
#43595 to #43592 - KungFuZerO
Reply +1
(03/08/2016) [-]
Google beginners weight lifting routine and remember that the majority of weight loss comes from dieting. Make sure you know how to count calories.
#43579 - toasterstrudle
Reply +1
(03/08/2016) [-]
Out of curiosity how old is every one here and how long have you been lifting? I turn 18 in a couple of months and I've been lifting since june
#43765 to #43579 - loomiss
Reply +1
(03/16/2016) [-]
20, a year and a half
with the first 3-4 months being autistic and last summer being the summer of 0 gainz
#43654 to #43579 - zanntaggerung
Reply +1
(03/12/2016) [-]
20-21, been lifting on-and-off starting about 8 years ago with little success, mostly off since high school ended but I've managed to stick to a routine on my own the past 2 months.
#43635 to #43579 - dealwithitfagg
Reply +1
(03/11/2016) [-]
I'm 19, turning 20 in august. Have worked out when I was 14 (fitness), stopped, started again at 16 (weightlifting) for a few months and now back at weightlifting since february 2015.
#43596 to #43579 - asotil
Reply +1
(03/08/2016) [-]
19, around 2 years but never fail to have something happen and lose all progress I've made
#43590 to #43579 - dvmaster ONLINE
Reply +1
(03/08/2016) [-]
20

1 year 2 months and 7 days
#43589 to #43579 - Draigor
Reply +1
(03/08/2016) [-]
22, About 2 years and 5 months
#43587 to #43579 - nwbballplayer
Reply +1
(03/08/2016) [-]
22, 2.5 years, seriously for a year or so.
#43586 to #43579 - baglesbites
Reply +1
(03/08/2016) [-]
I'm 20 and have been lifting for about a year and a half. I sort of lifted when I was 16 but after I lost the weight I wanted to lose I dropped off for a year or so.
#43585 to #43579 - dudewtflolpoo
Reply +1
(03/08/2016) [-]
19. less than 3 years
#43584 to #43579 - marinepenguin ONLINE
Reply +1
(03/08/2016) [-]
20, been lifting every since 8th grade, but only been serious these last 2.5 years or so .