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#24780 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/25/2015) [-]
One of my recipes I like to do that I thought I'd share with you guys.

Basically every time I fry eggs and sausage I do this, which is making a sandwich with eggs, sausage and then tuna on top.

#24781 to #24780 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/25/2015) [-]
Works out to be:
888 calories
63 carbs
43g fat
58g protein
and only 10g of sugar
my sausage is 15g of that fat and a lot of sodium so feel free to replace it with a better sausage brand or remove it
#24785 to #24781 - anonymous (01/25/2015) [-]
i wanna hear more about your sausage ;)
User avatar #24786 to #24785 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/25/2015) [-]
Well circumcised master race
Around 5+ inches when hard.
Releases approximately 2 teaspoons of sperm per session.
#24787 to #24786 - anonymous (01/25/2015) [-]
everytime i cum, i produce a quart
User avatar #24810 to #24787 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/25/2015) [-]
I wish I could say diamond, really just emerald.
User avatar #24809 to #24787 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/25/2015) [-]
Only a quart? You should see a doctor.
User avatar #24773 - manflino (01/25/2015) [-]
Today i had to buy new clothes and make a new hole in my belt, i've lost a lot of weight, and i wanted to thank everyone that keeps this board alive, it has helped me to keep motivated thru the process. that's all
User avatar #24764 - howtosuckdicks (01/24/2015) [-]
Hey guys! So I've been working out for 2 months, and I've gotten some pretty decent strength gains. Unfortuately, I've been plateauing a little bit, and was wondering how to get over this. Should I incorporate other exercises to my routines and eat more protein? (Protein intake is roughly 70-90 grams a day, with my body weight being 152 pounds)
User avatar #24769 to #24764 - nyawgga (01/25/2015) [-]
1. You definitely need more than 70-90g of protein. Eat your bodyweight in protein

2. I started doing stronglifts 5x5, and in the beginning I made HUGE advancements in strengths, but I learned it's because of this..

When someone like a powerlifter is able to lift very heavy weight despite not looking very muscular, it’s due to their ability to activate [their] motor neurons and contract their muscles better. This is why some powerlifters can be relatively smaller compared to bodybuilders, but can lift significantly more weight. Motor Unit recruitment also helps to explain why, after practice, certain movements become easier to perform and most of the initial strength gains will be when you first start to lift weights. Muscle growth tends to occur more steadily after this initial period of strength gain because you are more easily able to activate the muscles.

Once you plateau, you'll want to start isolating those muscles.

Today I started Shortcut to Size. It's pretty brutal.
User avatar #24766 to #24764 - Draigor (01/24/2015) [-]
What kind of program are you running and how are you progressing each workout with weight?
User avatar #24767 to #24766 - howtosuckdicks (01/24/2015) [-]
I split muscle groups up in 2s, and work them once a week. I mostly do 3-4 sets at 12-15 reps for each workout I do. Usually 2 work outs for each muscle group. 20 minutes of cardio every day.
User avatar #24768 to #24767 - Draigor (01/24/2015) [-]
Ok. If your stalling, you don't want to add anymore exercises, makes sense right? You'll just be tiring out your body even more. Eating more is always a good option, so go ahead with that. Your protein intake is a little low, try doubling it so you get about 1g per lb of body weight.

Stalling after two months is way too quick. If you want to keep progressing, the easiest way is to switch over to a beginner strength based program that uses something called linear progression, which means adding a fixed amount of weight every workout. You will still gain muscle size, strength, and it is a whole lot easier to keep track of your progress.
#24728 - anonymous (01/24/2015) [-]
83kg
187cm
Bf% estimate?
User avatar #24732 to #24728 - nyawgga (01/24/2015) [-]
If you're flexxing here, I'd say about 15.5-17%
#24737 to #24732 - anonymous (01/24/2015) [-]
Not flexing
User avatar #24738 to #24737 - nyawgga (01/24/2015) [-]
sexy
#24743 to #24738 - anonymous (01/24/2015) [-]
Just good lighting I think.
User avatar #24761 to #24743 - nyawgga (01/24/2015) [-]
What program/routines do you do?


I'm just starting out with Shortcut to Size.
#24777 to #24761 - anonymous (01/25/2015) [-]
Stronglifts 5x5 with accesories
(dips and pull ups)
User avatar #24749 to #24743 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/24/2015) [-]
Yeah definitely 16-18%. Too skinny to be 20%, too much fat and too little muscle mass to be around 15%
User avatar #24730 to #24728 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/24/2015) [-]
16-18%
#24763 to #24730 - anonymous (01/24/2015) [-]
is there a guideline for this shit? I'm curious what mine would be
#24765 to #24763 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/24/2015) [-]
Sort of. It's something you kind of catch onto. Generally if you can see someone's abs they'll be under 15% body fat. Vascularity in the chest starts occuring around 10%.

#24783 to #24765 - anonymous (01/25/2015) [-]
TFW 20-25%
Well, at least over 18%
God I need to work harder, I want to be around 12%
User avatar #24771 to #24765 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/25/2015) [-]
Honestly 8% would be perfect for me.
User avatar #24774 to #24771 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/25/2015) [-]
I'm happy with sticking around 10-12%. I'm probably like 14% now. But if I had abs and a v-line while still keeping my muscle I'd be Damn happy.
User avatar #24775 to #24774 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/25/2015) [-]
My goal isn't a strength one but a body one, i just happen to understand that in order to get sexy lean you gotta cut and in order to cut you gotta bulk and in order to bulk you gotta build
User avatar #24776 to #24775 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/25/2015) [-]
Understandable. My original goal was to get muscular looking, and now I've achieved that. So now I'm focused more on getting stronger and building even more muscle. I don't really have to work it towards a goal anymore, I workout because I just enjoy the process of workering out and getting better.
User avatar #24778 to #24776 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/25/2015) [-]
Me too. I mean no offense when I say you gaining 50 pounds in a year probably brought some fat with it. You could also try cutting and getting more lean?
User avatar #24779 to #24778 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/25/2015) [-]
Well of course I did. I'm not super human. I was around 8-10% body fat when I started. So I've probably gained around equal parts fat and muscle.

And I could cut fairly easily and it'd take maybe 6 weeks, but I'm still looking to keep gaining size. I'm just limiting my caloric intake to the point that I should be gaining mostly lean muscle by this point. I'm eating like 3200 calories a day.
User avatar #24782 to #24779 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/25/2015) [-]
I'm trying to eat around that amount. It's almost hard to eat less.
User avatar #24790 to #24782 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/25/2015) [-]
Yeah after months (or over a year in my case) of eating all the time, it was tough trying to cut back a little.
#24721 - mexicanfood (01/24/2015) [-]
How's everyone's progress doing, broke 4plate deadlift for the first time and working on getting my bench to 2plate.

Weight: 158
Height 5'7
User avatar #24784 to #24721 - klowserpok (01/25/2015) [-]
181
6'1"

Deadlift 335 for 15. Squat 350 for 20. Every day is leg day
OHP is 110 for 10 which is horrible , bench is160 for 15 I hit a max bench of 180 but it fell back down recently because I neglect it too much. I really need to train it more.
User avatar #24791 to #24784 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/25/2015) [-]
How the FUCK do you squat 350 for 20. I did 225 for twenty last week and I about passed out on the last rep. You''re Fucking repping my max.

But your upper body is lagging HARD bro.
User avatar #24794 to #24791 - klowserpok (01/25/2015) [-]
Because I work legs literally every time I lift
I look ridiculous, I'm basically the opposite of all the guys who go to the gym just to curl and bench.
Legs are huge, upper body looks like a builtfat guy, I suppose
User avatar #24795 to #24794 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/25/2015) [-]
Well if you're wanting to bring your upper body up to speed, work it most of the time in your workouts. And have a workout or two a week with a few leg movements to maintain what you've built so far.
#24798 to #24795 - klowserpok (01/25/2015) [-]
I think I'll be doing this, but cutting squats to less weight.
User avatar #24873 to #24798 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
If I were you I'd be doing a shitton of volume for upper.

Something like this:

FLAT BENCH: 1 set of 12-20 paused reps*

OVERHEAD PRESS: 5x8-16

DUMBBELL BENCH: 3X8-10

DUMBBELL SIDE LATERALS: 3X15-20
User avatar #24874 to #24873 - klowserpok (01/26/2015) [-]
Thanks, I'll do that tomorrow.
User avatar #24875 to #24874 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Good luck buddy. Keep in mind you'll have to eat a lot to compensate for the higher workload.
User avatar #24876 to #24875 - klowserpok (01/26/2015) [-]
Yeah
I'm not eating enough, my daily intake usually maxes out at 2300cal, should be way more, probably around 3k
User avatar #24877 to #24876 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Dude, it should be more like 3500-4000. Goodness gracious, at 6'1 squatting 350 for 20? You're starving yourself dude.
User avatar #24760 to #24721 - studbeefpile (01/24/2015) [-]
bretty gud

Hit 335 for 20 on DL not too long ago. Attempted 465 yesterday, but my strength off the floor needs some work. (Tested max is 455). Bench has been sitting at 265, so I've been working new stuff to get that up. Squat is 385, but I've been more focused on my DL lately, so it hasn't been moving.
#24727 to #24721 - anonymous (01/24/2015) [-]
>5'7
Obligatory, but nice progress nonetheless
User avatar #24772 to #24727 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/25/2015) [-]
Don't make fun of people's height man.
User avatar #24725 to #24721 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/24/2015) [-]
Trying to reach a 3 plate squat 5RM, and a 215 bench 5RM right now.
#24716 - anonymous (01/24/2015) [-]
How do i stop craving fatty foods?
User avatar #24736 to #24716 - Elk (01/24/2015) [-]
I don't give a shit what people say. It's habit. Just make small changes at a time. You'll eventually be able to stop.
User avatar #24717 to #24716 - sugoi ONLINE (01/24/2015) [-]
You eat a banana.
User avatar #24712 - oceanfrank (01/24/2015) [-]
guys I feel like a lazy sack of shit I lost all motivation to go to the gym like 5 months ago so i went maybe 2 times a week and ate very poorly and now im back to being fat but like I can get back in shape no prob I just need motivation, any tips on how not to be lazy?
User avatar #24735 to #24712 - nyawgga (01/24/2015) [-]
Rocky III/ The Champ


I started getting into fitness about a year back back, and since then I can honestly say my lifestyle has reached some pretty drastic changes.

I've gotten to the point where I know if I were to give up, and go back to that kind of lifestyle, my depression would reach depths so deep I would likely commit suicide within a week.

Especially now, since I'm making MANY different changes to my routines and diet, due to not seeing results, I am very surprised out how tempered my will has become; if I were to reach a stage in anything else where I was not satisfied with the results, I would easily give up. But somehow I am pushing through this phase of uncertainty, doing and trying anything to find a solution. That's called being a man.

Being a man does not necessarily mean being strong, cunning, attractive, or charismatic, unless that's what you want to be. The universal meaning behind being a man is doing what the FUCK you want to do without letting others or your own fucking conscience get in the way. If you are not actively and passively seeking a way to reach your goals, you are wasting your time. Set a date a week from now, look forward to it, get hyped about, create a schedule and stick to it. Everyone says you can't change overnight. I think that's bullshit, everyone can if they really want to.

Snap, and become someone else, the person you always wanted to be. Ask others for advice CONSTANTLY. If they brush you off, they can sod off.

And oh, listen to this song, and get it stuck in your head.

#24718 to #24712 - dehumanizer (01/24/2015) [-]
>giving up
>giving up
#24731 to #24718 - oceanfrank (01/24/2015) [-]
I know man Im ashamed
#24733 to #24731 - dehumanizer (01/24/2015) [-]
so just find something heavy, pick it up a few times, then put it back down.

>repeat till made it
#24713 to #24712 - baglesbites (01/24/2015) [-]
Look at yourself in the mirror. If you don't like it, go to the gym and do something about it. You've done it before, do it again. Don't think, act.
User avatar #24714 to #24713 - oceanfrank (01/24/2015) [-]
shit man it's easier said than done. Maybe I need a friend to go with me or something
#24715 to #24714 - baglesbites (01/24/2015) [-]
Just go for a month. Pick a routine and do it. Sometimes wanting to go isn't enough, you need to do it. for yourself. A friend might be able to help you, but ultimately it comes down to you. I was in your shoes once, one day it just clicked and I started lifting again and once I saw gains, I never stopped.
User avatar #24706 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/24/2015) [-]
Is arm trembling and shaking a sign of over working your biceps? My parents were kinda shocked my arms were shaking like I'm Michael Jay Fox or something.
#24719 to #24706 - dehumanizer (01/24/2015) [-]
When your arms start shaking just *TRIGGER WARNING* cross your palms together
When your arms start shaking just *TRIGGER WARNING* cross your palms together
#24707 to #24706 - baglesbites (01/24/2015) [-]
High volume workouts tend to make your body do these sorts of things, especially when you're new to them. If you feel no pain or discomfort you just need a good meal and some sleep to recover.
User avatar #24705 - jessieqwertyu (01/24/2015) [-]
Going to stop being a landwhale. Will post updates nightly. More for me to have pressure to do shit, than for the enjoyment of others
#24708 to #24705 - baglesbites (01/24/2015) [-]
Welcome to the board. Also, I don't know what you mean by progress, but don't weight yourself more than once a week. Your body weight fluctuates daily by a pretty significant amount depending on food from the previous day, hydration, if you've used the bathroom recently ect. Good luck with your goals, and don't be afraid to post more if you get stuck
User avatar #24704 - deathsn (01/24/2015) [-]
My brethren, I have come here for I am in need of your advice.
It appears that I will join a local gym in about a month along with one of my friends.
I would like to know from you what I need before I do, from clothing to accessories.
I also want to know what kind of workouts I could be doing at home to prepare for the gym as it has been a long time since I have done any major exercising and I wish to impress her.
User avatar #24770 to #24704 - nyawgga (01/25/2015) [-]
Improve, don't impress. If you try to impress, you're going to either make yourself look like an idiot or get yourself injured.

That being said though...

You SHOULD start looking into buying some sports clothing, not only will it make you look like you know what you're doing, but you will feel much better doing any movement in a shirt of the right material as opposed to a loose fitting cotton T shirt. Buy compression shirts (if you aren't amerifat), some loose fitting shorts that reach at least upper knee ( I threw out some shorts today that went above knee, it made me look like a highschool wussy), some hoodies to wear over your clothes if it gets chilly out, some good training shoes.

Underarmor and Reebok are my favourite brands.

Go to Sport Chek, and look around, see what looks good on you. Don't invest too much money though, your body will change, and you will no longer fit in your clothes. Make sure everything matches!
#24854 to #24770 - anonymous (01/25/2015) [-]
matching? lol this isn't a fucking fashion contest. go to the gym to get a good pump and push weight.

OP, go to bodybuilding.com forums and read. read read read. reading about the subject will bring you more knowledge than anything.
User avatar #24867 to #24854 - nyawgga (01/26/2015) [-]
It helps to know you look and feel good during your workout.

If you're leaving the house second guessing how you look, then it's gonna fuck you up.

OP cares so fuck you
User avatar #25223 to #24867 - deathsn (01/31/2015) [-]
Yes, I care about how I look.
Thank you very much nyawgga, for the info.
#24710 to #24704 - baglesbites (01/24/2015) [-]
The gym is a place to improve yourself, don't over think it. Just wear a comfortable t-shirt or cutoff, some athletic shorts or sweat pants, and depending on what kind of training you do, find shoes that match. If you want to lift weights, buy some chuck taylors, running shoes or cross trainers for just about any other kind of lifting.

Don't get too caught up with trying to impress your friend. Find a style of exercise that you think you want to try, and study it. Don't walk into the gym and through 2 plates on the bar and try to squat it, impress her with your knowledge. Show her how exercises are done properly and use each other as motivation to keep a positive attitude throughout your time in the gym.

To prepare for the gym test out your flexibility and find a mobility routine. Injuries from being immobile are so easy to prevent. I've heard this one is great and I'm about to start it myself. www.defrancostraining.com/ask_joe/archives/ask_joe_08-10-03.html

To prepare yourself, try and get as proficient as possible in a bodyweight squat and find your most natural position to do them. Anything else is optional but pushups, pull ups and planks/ crunches would help you out more than anything else.
User avatar #25224 to #24710 - deathsn (01/31/2015) [-]
Thank you baglesbites.
Do people care about other people's progress in this board?
User avatar #25244 to #25224 - nyawgga (02/01/2015) [-]
Most people aren't going to talk shit to you if you act respectful, which you are

If you make progress we'll congratulate you, and if you are having trouble, we'll do what we can to help you out!
User avatar #25276 to #25244 - deathsn (02/01/2015) [-]
Fitness looks like a pretty friendly board so far, I like that.
I may post pics about my progress then.
User avatar #24693 - radiserne (01/24/2015) [-]
Since this is the closest to a health board on the site, I'm gonna come with a little off-topic question. I was diagnosed with mononucleosis about 1,5 month ago, which meant no workout for about the same amountof time (I've been given permission to do cardio training but no lifting). Question is, I also like to drink beer (about 3 when I go out, not much) once in a while, and I've got a reunion coming up next week. My question is, do you know if its allowed or not? I've been surfing around the net a bit, but I havent been able to get a clear answer. Some say 1 month, others 6 months to a year.
#24703 to #24693 - anonymous (01/24/2015) [-]
The answer is:

It depends, largely on what kind of mononucleosis you have. Unless you doctor decided to do genetic testing chances are you won't know. From a realistic perspective I would consider it unwise to ingest alcohol for a number of reasons. Chief of these that alcohol puts undue stress on your liver's metabolic function and kidneys, which given your condition should not be tested. Granted I think that an occasional glass of wine or bear is probably going to be okay (unless your meds, if any prohibit it.) If you are uncertain don't do it, it's not worth it to steak your health for something like that.

That aside you probably feel relatively fatigued all the time and honestly alcohol would on exacerbate the problem. If you must have a beer have one, slowly, paying attention to yourself and minding your state of health. This is my opinion, I am not a doctor or licensed clinician. If you have serious concerns please contact medical personnel or dial 911 if you believe you are experiencing a medical emergency.
User avatar #24699 to #24693 - studbeefpile (01/24/2015) [-]
Ask your doctor.
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User avatar #24689 - nyawgga (01/24/2015) [-]
My Program: Stronglifts 5x5

My Current Weight: 138.8
My current BF %: 16.6%
Caloric Intake: 3800
Protein intake: 20% 190g
Carb Intake: 50% 475g
Fat Intake: 30% 127g




I have not gained a single pound in two months, nor a pound of bodyfat. What the hell am I doing wrong?
User avatar #24803 to #24689 - beatmasterz (01/25/2015) [-]
How tall are you?
User avatar #24700 to #24689 - studbeefpile (01/24/2015) [-]
Add workout volume. Add food.
User avatar #24701 to #24700 - nyawgga (01/24/2015) [-]
volume?
User avatar #24702 to #24701 - studbeefpile (01/24/2015) [-]
More sets, more reps, etc.
User avatar #24828 to #24802 - studbeefpile (01/25/2015) [-]
Sorry buddy, you're wrong.
User avatar #24863 to #24828 - beatmasterz (01/26/2015) [-]
Explain how more volume is going to make you gain weight?
User avatar #24868 to #24863 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Goodness gracious. Really? You must be new to this, and that's fine.

Okay, so gaining size is based of the process of Hypertrophy: Tearing down a muscle in a manner that will cause it to rebuild itself larger than it was before (with proper diet of course). So, someone doing 3 sets of 10, isn't going to stimulate as much tear down (and with it, rebuilding) of the muscle, as someone doing 5 sets of 10.

It's simple stuff.
User avatar #24897 to #24868 - beatmasterz (01/26/2015) [-]
See that's where you're wrong. GAINING WEIGHT is done by diet and the DISTRIBUTION OF THAT WEIGHT is done by training. If you do a shitload of volume and your diet is shit you won't gain any weight. If you eat a lot and don't train, you get fat.
User avatar #24908 to #24897 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
"Add workout volume. Add food."

That was my original comment. "Add food" means add food, in case you weren't aware.

Stop trying to be smart with me.
User avatar #24909 to #24908 - beatmasterz (01/26/2015) [-]
misread that.
User avatar #24910 to #24909 - studbeefpile (01/26/2015) [-]
Just check yourself before you fucking shrek yourself next time.
User avatar #24918 to #24910 - beatmasterz (01/26/2015) [-]
I will try to.
User avatar #24691 to #24689 - gmanofwonder (01/24/2015) [-]
You're only doing stronglifts? It's important to know.
User avatar #24692 to #24691 - nyawgga (01/24/2015) [-]
Yeah. I know it doesn't make you gain mass, but at the very least I would expect to gain some form of bodyweight.
User avatar #24694 to #24692 - gmanofwonder (01/24/2015) [-]
It's not the workout that's the problem, it's the fact you're only doing that.

Your body gets used to labor. It's the fundamental behind working out in the first place; but the reason why when you jog 5 miles when previously you run less, is because your body needs to be pressured more to get the workout.

Now this is because of usually gaining muscle. However when you're body is used to a certain stress, it's not going to grow muscle unless it feels the necessity to, yeah?

So when you are only doing one workout, your body recognizes it doesn't need to grow the muscle because it can rely on it.

Instead; do workout on your other body parts but endurance wise. That way you're not building muscle where you don't want to and still gain muscle where you want it.
User avatar #24729 to #24694 - leal (01/24/2015) [-]
>2005+10
>still believing in muscle confusion.
Are you serious?
User avatar #24695 to #24694 - gmanofwonder (01/24/2015) [-]
It doesn't even need to be too much; just enough so your body basically goes "oh crap, this muscle needs to be bigger"

Body's are weird like that.
User avatar #24696 to #24695 - nyawgga (01/24/2015) [-]
Thanks man
User avatar #24697 to #24696 - gmanofwonder (01/24/2015) [-]
Yeah, umm

Try a 2 mile run and as many push ups you think you can do after the stronglifts. Then you shoulld be set!
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User avatar #24682 - latinotornado (01/23/2015) [-]
Do testosterone boosters help develop more muscle and better cuts when lifting?
User avatar #24688 to #24682 - nyawgga (01/24/2015) [-]
I find that all they really did for me was make me more moody.

I heard that Nutrex is really effective, but its illegal in canada last I checked.
User avatar #24684 to #24682 - studbeefpile (01/23/2015) [-]
All "test boosters" are bull shit.
User avatar #24686 to #24684 - latinotornado (01/23/2015) [-]
that's what i'v been hearing
User avatar #24659 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/23/2015) [-]
Day 2 of fish oil, my burps taste like fish, and that's just alright.
User avatar #24660 to #24659 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/23/2015) [-]
Half a tuna can a day keep the fatties away and the protein at bay
User avatar #24661 to #24660 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/23/2015) [-]
I don't like Tuna for some reason. I love all other fish though.
#24632 - europe (01/23/2015) [-]
There's a severe lack of beautiful mustaches in this world
#24635 to #24632 - dehumanizer (01/23/2015) [-]
sadly fancy moustaches got ruined by hipsters
#24629 - mexicanfood (01/23/2015) [-]
these faggot ass bitches ask for advice but flake after a week, if you wanna get shredded you dont just workout, you change your lifestyle as well as a big side effect. God dammit fuck you fuck you fuck you fuck you FUCK YOU! No you dumb nigger, you cant get "facebook shredded" whatever the fuck that means in a month. That magazine you read is absolute shit and just wants your money. FUckin fucks remind me never to drink shitty tequila
User avatar #24724 to #24629 - Elk (01/24/2015) [-]
You may be more of an athlete than me, but you're also 10x the jackass.

You look like a fag. Just get this shit off this board.
User avatar #24685 to #24629 - studbeefpile (01/23/2015) [-]
You're not very jacked to be talking that much shit.

You're right about what you said, but it also applies to you.
User avatar #24720 to #24685 - mexicanfood (01/24/2015) [-]
I dont try to be jacked, im an athlete first and bodybuilder second. Ive been in the junior olympics for two different sports and currently finishing up my last year of NCAA water polo. Judging a person''s knowledge of fitness based on how big they are is fucking stupid, try harder
User avatar #24726 to #24720 - studbeefpile (01/24/2015) [-]
You can pretty well tell someone's knowledge based on their results, silly goose.

Example, I'm a powerlifter, and I got my deadlift from 315 for 10, to 335 for 20 in the past few months.
User avatar #24799 to #24726 - mexicanfood (01/25/2015) [-]
by your logic then my knowledge is impressive seeing as ive been able to compete and win in two different sports at an incredibly high level of competition. congrats on your fat lifts
User avatar #24698 to #24685 - marinepenguin ONLINE (01/24/2015) [-]
You're right. The guys not very big. But when the board first started up he made a ton of long ass posts that were generally pretty informative that should have been stickied.
User avatar #24678 to #24629 - klowserpok (01/23/2015) [-]
"Dude, your so dumb, Dr. Oz said my Acai berry tea and aspartame-ridden sugar free yoghurts and pilates will make me shredded!"
#24677 to #24629 - Elk (01/23/2015) [-]
**Elk used "*roll picture*"**
**Elk rolled image** Is this serious? The guy in the picture looks terrible.
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User avatar #24644 to #24629 - teoberry (01/23/2015) [-]
i missed u tbh
#24627 - Elk (01/23/2015) [-]
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**Elk rolled image** After my surgery, my knee started to pop a lot. I forgot exactly what my doctor said, but it was something to do with the fatty pad in my knee.

I don't want to say it hurts when it pops, but it's really awkward, and it feels so good.
#24711 to #24627 - baglesbites (01/24/2015) [-]
My knees pop like crazy whenever I do any kind of squat, weighted or not. They always have, and seem like they always will. The only thing I found that temporarily helps is to foam roll my quads, hams and IT band pretty hard.
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