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#42834 - marinepenguin
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Starting to get back into pause bench. Did 4 sets of 6 with 185, felt pretty good. Leaving for Tech School soon, so I want to start transitioning towards a more powerlifting type of training style. Means more deadlift variations, some pause squats, more overhead pressing, etc. Although I'll have some bodybuilding sort of days when I have time on the weekends.

Studbeefpile, any programs you recommend?
#42841 to #42834 - studbeefpile
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(01/29/2016) [-]
I've never done any programming other than the coaching I got from George Leeman a couple summers ago, but I'd really just advocate high rep sets, always with perfect form and solid pauses. Shifting my focus to speed and technique on bench took me from a sloppy 185x 10, 9, 8 (or something like that, I can't remember exactly) to 225 for 2x10. As far as accessories go, I've always liked close grip spoto press, and tooons of tricep cable push downs, and some incline here and there. Honestly I never seemed to get much from OHP, but that's just me - a lot of high level powerlifters recommend it, so I won't talk dert on it.
#42842 to #42841 - marinepenguin
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(01/30/2016) [-]
Well I've always done things similar, modifying my workouts with what I'd read and how I'd feel. I just wanted to try my hand at a linear program. I think I'm gonna try Wendlers 5/3/1 just because that can be done nearly indefinitely, and I'd like to do it the whole 13 weeks of Tech School.
#42838 to #42834 - nwbballplayer
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(01/29/2016) [-]
I may not be studbeefpile, and I might push jonnie candito stuff more than anyone ever has, but I'd look into his 6 week intermediate program. Shifts from more hypertrophy-focused training to powerlifting. Weights are all based upon your 1rm's. Deadlift and squat variations are included. I always use pause squats and deads for my variations.
#42839 to #42838 - marinepenguin
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Heard a lot about Canditos programs. Never looked into it myself. I'll check it out, thanks!
#42840 to #42839 - marinepenguin
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(01/29/2016) [-]
It'll probably be that or Wendlers 5/3/1
#42843 to #42840 - nwbballplayer
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(01/30/2016) [-]
I tried 531 a little while back. I ran it with its Boring But Big template. Saw great gains in leg strength, decent overall size gains, but not much regarding bench strength. Good program though.
#42856 to #42843 - baglesbites
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(01/30/2016) [-]
I had a similar issue with bench but my ohp went up about 10% in 9 weeks, it was strange.
#42858 to #42856 - nwbballplayer
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(01/30/2016) [-]
My ohp went up decently as well, but immediately after I stopped 531, i stopped doing ohp for a decent amount of time for some reason that I can't remember. I'm just now regaining the strength I lost. Regarding bench, literally everyone in the world has better bench progress than I do. In the past 6 months, my conventional DL has increased close to 100 lbs and my squat roughly 40 lbs. I'd say my bench is around a 5-10 pound increase, and that's probably generous. I have no idea why it's so shit, and if anyone could give me advice that helps, I'd worship them forever lol.
#42869 to #42858 - marinepenguin
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(01/30/2016) [-]
The bench is more difficult for anyone who isn't naturally built for it thicker chest, shorter arms, thicker bones, etc . I'm the exact opposite of built for the bench, so I feel you there.
#42871 to #42869 - nwbballplayer
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(01/30/2016) [-]
That's understandable. Additionally, I think it might be partially genetics. In his 20s, my dad ended up his serious lifting career with roughly a 500 squat and a deadlift north of 600 before injuries detailed him, which I think is partially why I'm better at those lifts. He only ever hit 315 on bench, and had been lifting much longer than I have. I'm built exactly like him. I think there's just a lot of variables.
#42873 to #42871 - marinepenguin
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(01/30/2016) [-]
My dad was similar though, when he was in the navy he benched 315, squatted 5 plates, and deadlifted 6.
#42872 to #42871 - marinepenguin
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(01/30/2016) [-]
Well sure, there's tons of variables involved, but bone structure and you're specific leverages are a good bulk of it. A guy with short arms and legs will be much stronger as their ROM is much smaller. A guy with long arms and legs will excel at the deadlift, but their squat will be more awkward and their bench will be weaker. Not that a guy like that can't get impressively strong.
#42876 to #42872 - nwbballplayer
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(01/30/2016) [-]
I'm not saying you're wrong at all, I was just saying there's a lot of variables. Coincidentally, my best friend has been lifting for less time than I have with a similar build, and his bench will probably pass mine up within a few months due to constant progress. His squat and DL are shit compared to mine though, so I've guess I've got that.
#42878 to #42876 - marinepenguin
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(01/30/2016) [-]
Well yes,it's absolutely due to genetics, I'm not arguing that your particular build means everything, but it's a big variable. It's just that your genetics include your build, limb lengths, ability to produce force, how well you build muscle, etc.
#42844 to #42843 - marinepenguin
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(01/30/2016) [-]
I think I'll be doing that just because I don't want to run a 6 week program, wendlers is pretty much indefinite and I could do that for all 13 weeks of training pretty much. And I just think it'll be interesting following one because I've only every created my own and evolved my own lifting strategies.
#42853 to #42844 - baglesbites
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(01/30/2016) [-]
I did 3 rounds of Wendler without the deloads (9 weeks lifting plus 1 week deload before testing maxes) and my conventional deadlift went up 30 pounds from a 355 grinder to a 385 with another 5 or 10lb in the tank even though I lost a few pounds in that time. If you keep gaining weight expect good strength gains in your upper body lifts as well.
#42845 to #42844 - nwbballplayer
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(01/30/2016) [-]
I get it. My biggest problem when I first started lifting was that I jumped from program to program like an idiot. Eventually, I settled more on a powerlifting mindset, which brought me to 531. I stayed on it for months until I found candito's. Tons of respect for wendler and everything he puts out there.
#42846 to #42845 - marinepenguin
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(01/30/2016) [-]
Well you've seen good progress.

And I was far more bodybuilding focused, so my work capacity is pretty insane. My problem is that now that I've done so, I'm pretty damn weak for 6'3 and a lean almost 220.
#42847 to #42846 - nwbballplayer
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(01/30/2016) [-]
I appreciate it. Its funny because I'm the exact opposite. My entire upper body needs work in terms of hypertrophy. My somewhat long term plan is to get to a certain strength level and then shift the focus to hypertrophy. I have no idea when that'll be though since I'm not yet satified with my lifts.
#42816 - mondominiman
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(01/29/2016) [-]
According to some pedometer app on my phone I walked like 500 miles in the last six months. That might not be nothing to some of you but that's a huge accomplishment for me. Course it's not accurate to the step but that's still alot
#42830 to #42816 - studbeefpile
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(01/29/2016) [-]
pedometer...?

does that measure how many steps you took towards playgrounds?
#42831 to #42830 - mondominiman
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Yeah, it starts beeping louder and louder the closer you get to a child. Most parents teach their kids to run far when they hear that sounds hence the name PEDOmeter.
#42817 to #42816 - marinepenguin
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(01/29/2016) [-]
NOW I WOULD WALK 500 MILES AND I WOULD WALK 500 MORE
#42818 to #42817 - mondominiman
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Now that you said that I'mma walk another 500 by June.
#42819 to #42818 - marinepenguin
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(01/29/2016) [-]
TO BE THE MAN THAT WALKED 1000 MILES TO FALL DOWN AT YOUR DOOR!

That sounds like a fine goal to me
#42820 to #42819 - mondominiman
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(01/29/2016) [-]
I've never heard that song outside of HIMYM, i'll go check it out right now
#42814 - nwbballplayer
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(01/29/2016) [-]
ITT supplements that you've personally used that you believe made a difference in your training. I'll go first

Creatine Mono: simple, yet effective. Didn't see a noticeable difference until my water intake was good enough.

ZMA: specifically Iron Dream from musclepharm. I have a terribly hard time getting to sleep at night. Iron Dream knocks me out for however long I have to sleep. More sleep = more gains nigga

Xfactor Advanced: Got it for free from a friend. Took it while dropping a little weight earlier in the year. Went from 212lbs to roughly 202lbs in around 2 months, strength on all lifts went up. Good supplement if you can afford it.
#42862 to #42814 - ghettograndpa
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(01/30/2016) [-]
Creatine is a long-term thing. Take 5g every day and you'll see difference in a month.
#42863 to #42862 - nwbballplayer
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(01/30/2016) [-]
I should've clarified. I took it for about the first 8 months I trained and didn't see anything. Started taking it again about 3 months later with increased water intake and I saw a difference. I still take it now, more than a year larer. You're completely right though. Anyone who takes it expecting amazing results in a short amount of time is fooling themselves.
#42829 to #42814 - the one and only
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Magnesium pills, helps with recovery and with my sleep

Preworkout, we all know how that works.

Creatine mono, same as you.

Digestive enzyme pills, helps me absorb everything from what i eat better and i feel better in general.
#42827 to #42814 - myunknown
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(01/29/2016) [-]
unflavored bcaas, I used to take creatine everyday but now I don't really see it as that beneficial, I take two different pre workouts one for stims and one for pump, and I don't take protein powder anymore so that's all i'm on currently
#42821 to #42814 - ilikethisusername
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Amino Energy by Optimum Nutrition

shit had me going nuts in gym
#42822 to #42821 - marinepenguin
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(01/29/2016) [-]
I couldn't stand that stuff. It was just BCAAs with caffeine in it.
#42823 to #42822 - ilikethisusername
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(01/29/2016) [-]
how come? was it the taste?
#42824 to #42823 - marinepenguin
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Yeah I thought the taste was shit for BCAAs they normally taste like gods nectar , and the caffeine was just unnecessary to me. I'm pretty resistant to stims so I got nothing from even the max scoops.
#42825 to #42824 - ilikethisusername
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(01/29/2016) [-]
well it's different for everyone i guess.

but whatever is in there, that shit gets me going in the gym.
#42826 to #42825 - marinepenguin
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(01/29/2016) [-]
I'm not saying its bad, just personally didn't like it. I prefer to mix my BCAAs with some preworkout anyways.

And amino acids get people an energy boost on their own, so that on top of caffeine is probably why.
#42815 to #42814 - marinepenguin
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Fish Oil- any aching joints I have like my elbows or shoulders becomes completely ache-free and I just feel better in general

BCAAs- Taken intra-workout I feel far better during my workouts. I don't feel quite as gassed, I never really reach that point of failure where I can't train anymore, DOMs is really reduced when it does appear, recovery is much much higher

Melatonin- I fall asleep a lot easier and I sleep far deeper than I do without it.

I like preworkout but I wouldn't consider it essential. I've considered trying pump-enhancing preworkouts but I haven't gotten a chance yet. I took creatine for about 6 months and saw zero change in anything regardless of water intake, I also take a multivitamin.
#42813 - myunknown
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(01/29/2016) [-]
trying to get my deadlift, did 10 sets with 405lbs low reps and trying to get my endurance up as well, anyhow my back feels awesome right now let's see how tomorrow plays out tho
#42802 - poundzero
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Does anyone else feel depressed when they are on a diet?
#42804 to #42802 - baglesbites
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(01/29/2016) [-]
What does your current diet look like and how fast are you losing weight? There are a couple reasons why you could be feeling bad and they're mostly diet related.
#42808 to #42804 - poundzero
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(01/29/2016) [-]
My diet is mostly eggs, fruit, vegetables and chicken. I eat around 800 to 1,500 calories a day. I have lost 18 and a half pounds since January 1st.
#42810 to #42808 - baglesbites
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(01/29/2016) [-]
You're feeling terrible because you eat wayy too little. I did the same thing and lost about 25-30lbs in 2.5 months and wish I had taken my time with it. Your body is basically in starvation mode and is craving food at this point. Your choice of food is excellent for losing weight but you should really eat enough to where you lose about 3-5lbs a month. That may seem slow but its much healthier and you will be able to sustain it longer.
#42801 - sheepysquirrel
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(01/29/2016) [-]
I have a few questions.

I don't want to be a body builder or anything like that, but would like to increase my bicep/forearm size, and my leg strength. The size isn't too important since they will look tiny compared to my upper body unless they are shredded.

I go to a gym and do a workout exercise I read about before where it says to find the weight you can only lift 5 times, and do 3 sets of that. But I am sure there are some people here who can tell me how to properly work out so I'm not wasting my effort.


Also I want to get myself to the point that I can jog for 5 minutes straight (at least by the end of this year, so the goal is very realistic) any advice on upping my tolerance for jogging? I try pushing myself to my limit and then 10 seconds past where I feel my legs will give out for right now. I've only gained about 20 seconds of running time in the last month though.



I know this was all worded terribly, but any help would be appreciated.
#42805 to #42801 - baglesbites
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Look up strong lifts 5x5, its asimple program designed for beginners and will build up your strength and size quickly. It's a 3 day a week routine so I'd recommend you go for a hard run for 20 minutes (no jogging, keep the intensity up) and a longer walk for a third day. I know you said you can't run for very long so build up to it by adding a few seconds every routine. Slow, consistent progress is the key to successfully getting fit.
#42832 to #42805 - sheepysquirrel
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Alright I'll look up the 5x5 thing, thanks.

As for the jogging, I'm at a limit of 2 minutes max right now, so from what you said I should keep up what I'm doing which is my max every 10 minutes during an hour 3.5mph walk with a 2 incline. Sound good for that?
#42849 to #42832 - baglesbites
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(01/30/2016) [-]
I'd just reccomend pushing yourself on 2/3 days of jogging. Do 2 minutes, walk a minute and repeat. Trt to add a few seconds every run.
#43093 to #42849 - sheepysquirrel
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(02/11/2016) [-]
I've managed to make it to 4 minutes of jogging now. Only at the start, then I can do 2 minutes on and off.
#42803 to #42801 - mondominiman
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Leg strength, doesn't include deadlift but add that in there . As for cardio I don't know what to say but keep running every day and eventually you'll get there.
#42833 to #42803 - sheepysquirrel
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(01/29/2016) [-]
I'm doing all of these except for the squats atm. I'm a little intimidated by the big guys already doing that, but I will have to go over and try them. The gym I go to has some sort of device around the bar so it doesn't drop of you, hopefully that helps motivate me.

Thank you.
#42795 - cackrel
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(01/28/2016) [-]
**cackrel used "*roll picture*"**
**cackrel rolled image**Also, I'm a manlet 5'7 ( 171cm roughly)
Are there any short powerlifters/bodybuilders I can look up to?
Ya know, you gotta have an idol.
#42800 to #42795 - marinepenguin
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Johnny Otis Jackson is 5'8 and 255 on stage.

Hidetada Yamagishi is 5'7 220 on stage.

Ronny Rockel is 5'6 235 on stage.

There ya go. Three guys near your height to idolize.
#42798 to #42795 - nwbballplayer
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Look up Jonnie Candito on YouTube. 5' 7", early 20's, and strong as hell. One of the best, young, natural powerlifters out there with advice and free programs as a bonus.
#42796 to #42795 - Draigor
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Brett Gibbs is 5'5"
#42793 - cackrel
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Cutting.

Is a macro split of 50% protein 30% karbs 20% fats bad for you?
#42806 to #42793 - baglesbites
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(01/29/2016) [-]
You only need around 1-1.5 grams of protein per kg of bodyweight. A 185lb/ 84kg male therefore only needs about 120-130 grams of protein a day. If you want to eat a higher protein diet that's perfectly OK, just make sure you're not cutting out too much fat or you may feel hungry and tired more often.
#42784 - nowthatsedgy
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(01/28/2016) [-]
How do you go about fixing both swayback and anterior pelvic tilt at the same time? What muscles do I strengthen and which ones do I stretch?
#42789 to #42784 - marinepenguin
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Anterior pelvic tilt is due to tight hips, lower back and quads while having weak abdominals, hamstrings, and glutes.

Swayback as far as I know is a defective spinal formation and isn't completely fixable. There are some posture stretches that can help it, but otherwise I don't believe it can be entirely alleviated.
#42790 to #42789 - nowthatsedgy
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(01/28/2016) [-]
How To Fix Sway Back Posture | The ULTIMATE Guide

According to this guy swayback is fixable. Usually people with swayback have posterior pelvic tilt, but due to my excessive sitting I've developed APT instead.

Do you think I should start to fix swayback first, then try to fix my APT? Or the other way around?

#42791 to #42790 - marinepenguin
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(01/28/2016) [-]
I could very easily be wrong, sway back is not something I'm as eloquent in. Like bagels said, try strengthing your upper back through pull ups, chinups, face pulls, rear shoulder flys etc.

And you should be able to fix them simultaneously. Especially since its mostly due to some muscle imbalances.
#42787 to #42784 - baglesbites
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Strengthen your upper back with chin ups and rows and stretch your hips and shoulders. If you can fix your posture and strengthen the supporting muscles that should also help with your pelvic tilt.
#42788 to #42787 - baglesbites
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Also keep in mind that the lower back has a natural curve and it will never be completely flat.
#42782 - mvtjets
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Being skinnyfat is weird, one day you feel mostly content with yourself, but the next day you feel like a megaslob.
#42778 - nanako
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(01/28/2016) [-]
i feel pretty awesome today, beating all my personal records. last night, 70kg squat, 55 bench, 50 row.

people were bitching at me a couple weeks ago for only having a 60kg squat. i'm working hard on improving it.
one of my resolutions for this year is to squat bodyweight. i'm on track so far
#42781 to #42778 - myunknown
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(01/28/2016) [-]
That's a silly thing to bitch about, it doesn't matter what someone is doing as long as they are making the effort to do it.
#42783 to #42781 - mimisiku
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Problem is that a lot of people get criticized for not being so strong, and that discourages them to continue.
#42780 to #42778 - marinepenguin
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(01/28/2016) [-]
You'll get it girl
#42772 - europe
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(01/27/2016) [-]
What are some issues you often see at the gym regarding form?
-Letting the weight bounce on the ground/not letting it touch the ground at all while deadlifting
-bodybuilder bench press
#42811 to #42772 - studbeefpile
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(01/29/2016) [-]
There are no form issues in my gym.
#42828 to #42811 - europe
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(01/29/2016) [-]
hue
#42792 to #42772 - nwbballplayer
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Bench - half reps, their butt a foot off the bench, wearing gloves, belt, and oly shoes and then repping 135 for 5.
Squat - half reps, huge ego lifts, wearing sandals
Deadlift - not locking out, ego lifts, jerking motion
Chin ups - kipping, half reps, kipping
Curls - swinging entire body, kipping while doing pull ups
Dips - quarter reps with weight hanging, pretending to do dips when you're actually kipping during pull ups



#42807 to #42792 - baglesbites
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(01/29/2016) [-]
I'm thankful the only person I've ever seen wearing oly shoes in my gym is an actual powerlifter who squats monster weight.
#42812 to #42807 - nwbballplayer
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Exactly. I've seen only 2 guys out of probably 10 that wear oly shoes and lift pretty huge weights. One guy was squatting 585lbs x 3, while the other was maxing out at 475lbs. I will say though that other than for squatting, using oly shoes during my assistance deadlift exercises has personally helped me tremendously.
#42786 to #42772 - baglesbites
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Mostly people half reppin. Nothing exciting ever really happens at my gym
#42773 to #42772 - marinepenguin
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(01/27/2016) [-]
Bodybuilder bench press?
#42774 to #42773 - europe
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(01/27/2016) [-]
The common way to ruin your shoulders
#42775 to #42774 - marinepenguin
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(01/27/2016) [-]
I'm saying what constitutes a bodybuilder bench press? Flared elbows?
#42776 to #42775 - europe
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(01/27/2016) [-]
Aye, while keeping your back flat on the bench
Pretty funny to see their feet fly all over the place
#42777 to #42776 - marinepenguin
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(01/27/2016) [-]
Ahh. Never heard it called that til now.
#42771 - derus
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(01/27/2016) [-]
Holy shit, i didn't know that weight were that expenssive. I thiught I'd cancel my gym subscription and just buy a bench with the barbell,but those fuckers cost over 200 euros. even used benches cost 100
#42763 - studbeefpile
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(01/27/2016) [-]
Also, just started squatting with wraps again. Here's 315 for an easy 8. It'll take a bit for me to get used to it again, depth needs some work, and my form changes slightly with wraps - but I'll be hitting some good numbers before too long. Hopefully I'll be up in the mid 400s in a couple months.
#42761 - studbeefpile
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(01/27/2016) [-]
225 this mornin, buds. Eating has not been on point, but I'm still slowly losing weight. Got myself in a good position to clean up my eating a bit, so I should be picking up some better speed with my weight loss.

One of my biggest pieces of advice for people trying to lose weight, would be to prepare yourself for weight loss. Here's what I mean. My favorite breakfast is 3 burgers, 1/3rd lb patties, each with 2 pieces of cheese. It's relatively low carb, and it gets me most of my protein intake for the day. It keeps me satiated for a while, and I don't have to worry too much about my eating for the rest of the day - I'll usually just take a nutrient supplement, then snack on a small amount of whatever else, and be completely done eating for the day around 18:30. Eating those burgers for breakfast curbs my ridiculous hunger, and makes it so that I don't have to eat too much for the rest of the day. When I'm not able to have my burgers (if I ran out, or whatever) I find myself snacking on shit all day, because I'm constantly hungry, and just to make sure I eat enough to continue working out efficiently, etc. The point of all this is to say how beneficial it is to have a routine for your weight loss. As with any progress, consistency is key. Stock the foods you need, get into the habit of good eating, and set yourself up to succeed.
#42794 to #42761 - cackrel
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Why not substitute those burger patties for chicken breasts and sweet potatoes?
Complex carbs keep you fuller longer.
#42799 to #42794 - studbeefpile
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(01/29/2016) [-]
Because chicken is 1: More expensive, 2: Not as tasty, 3: Doesn't really satisfy me.

And Sweet Potatoes have almost no protein. Significantly less protein than bread.

Long term results are largely based off of what you can maintain, long term. I would fucking hate eating chicken for my main meal every day, but I really like my burgers, and I can lose weight eating them. There's no need to over complicate things for the sake of "eating clean" (which really doesn't mean shit, as long as you get your protein, and take some sort of nutrient supplement to make sure you don't have any micro deficiencies).
#42809 to #42799 - baglesbites
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(01/29/2016) [-]
I wish I could get a lb of beef patties for less than a lb of chicken for breakfast every morning. Poverty eggs for days
#42785 to #42761 - nwbballplayer
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Where do you get the burgers? Do you make your own or are they frozen/premade?
#42797 to #42785 - studbeefpile
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(01/28/2016) [-]
Costco, in bulk. Just frozen beef patties.
#42759 - the one and only
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(01/27/2016) [-]
Havent flat bench in a while except for db, can do up to 30 kg 60 lbs? and been doing incline bench only for bb, decided not switching till i hit 70 kg on it. 5 kg away.

How you guys been? Broke any records of late?
#42752 - pivotmasterdmtwo
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(01/27/2016) [-]
Just gotta keep working out till someone loves you.
#42755 to #42752 - marinepenguin
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(01/27/2016) [-]
That sounds pretty ghey bro
#42751 - anon
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(01/27/2016) [-]
pretty sure i lightly strained a tricep muscle yesterday (hurts more than usual DOMS), am i good to lift back & biceps today? or should i just take a rest or cardio day
#42754 to #42751 - marinepenguin
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(01/27/2016) [-]
I'd try to lift, if there's any pain I wouldn't try to exacerbate it. It's good to stay active during an injury anyways, if that's the case.
#42758 to #42754 - anon
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(01/27/2016) [-]
ill give it a shot. thanks
#42749 - Elk
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(01/27/2016) [-]
When you lose half a pound and celebrate with McDonalds
When you lose half a pound and celebrate with McDonalds
#42750 to #42749 - Elk
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(01/27/2016) [-]
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#42748 - ohhh
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(01/27/2016) [-]
Rocky Balboa's inspirational speech to his son - HD