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User avatar #23352 - marinepenguin (01/06/2015) [-]
Did 205 for 20 on squats today. It's getting extremely difficult. 210 is gonna be a bitch.
User avatar #23353 to #23352 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/06/2015) [-]
Yeah man, that's were it was a real struggle for me. I actually stopped doing the 20 rep squat routine after I hit 205 for 20 paused.

I'm gonna start running it again soon though.
User avatar #23354 to #23353 - marinepenguin (01/06/2015) [-]
Well I'm gonna keep working at it. Although I'm not doing paused. Current goal is 225 for 20. Long term goal is 275.
User avatar #23355 to #23354 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/06/2015) [-]
You'll get there soon enough.

In an unrelated story, I think I might attempt a 475 deadlift this week....
User avatar #23356 to #23355 - marinepenguin (01/06/2015) [-]
Sheeeeeeeeeeeeit bro. That's impressive. good luck with that. I've been doing mostly Romanian deadlifts for leg day, otherwise I've been going pretty low on deadlift volume. I'm trying to keep my body prepared for higher weights on the squats.
User avatar #23357 to #23356 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/06/2015) [-]
I haven't done it yet...455 is still my current PR.

But yeah man, lately I've come to realize that as natural athletes, you kinda have to choose which movement you want to build up one at a time. Once I hit a 500 dead, I'm switching back to focusing on my squat, then bench from there.
User avatar #23358 to #23357 - marinepenguin (01/06/2015) [-]
I have always agreed with that idea. At first you can push all lifts with success and increase your totals. Then I'd say you can focus on a lower body lift and an upper body lift at the same time, then eventually you can only focus on one.
#23349 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/05/2015) [-]
By the way, recently happened to get a half way decent picture of my back.

Pls r8 0-8, no b8 m8.
#23385 to #23349 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/06/2015) [-]
if 8/8 is arnold and 0/8 is holocaust survivor while 4/8 is average person

User avatar #23365 to #23349 - Elk (01/06/2015) [-]
A haircut wouldn't hurt.
User avatar #23366 to #23365 - Elk (01/06/2015) [-]
Seriously, I would say 7/8.
User avatar #23348 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/05/2015) [-]
This isn't about gaining muscle. None of us have any muscle. In fact, we all have no muscle. This is about having less no muscle.
User avatar #23350 to #23348 - marinepenguin (01/05/2015) [-]
No matter how big you get, you'll feel small and want to get bigger.
#23351 to #23350 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/06/2015) [-]
"The day you start lifting is the day you are forever small." -Omar Isuf
#23345 - jeffseid (01/05/2015) [-]
U mad brehhhhh? 100% natty and I don't even count macros
#23362 to #23345 - dehumanizer ONLINE (01/06/2015) [-]
100% Natty Perma Bulk
User avatar #23347 to #23345 - marinepenguin (01/05/2015) [-]
The fact that he looked like that naturally at 12 and 13 shows that he already had some fucking ridiculous genetics.
User avatar #23342 - playercz ONLINE (01/05/2015) [-]
So, can I do things like squats, overhead press, pull ups, triceps, biceps and back excersises everyday (5 days a week)? I decided to not do something like a deadlift yet.
Also I want to put some abdomen some abdomen stuff in between.
I was also told to not focus on stuff like biceps and triceps yet, that it doesn't include enough muscles to be worth it, but I was told by friends that it doesn't matter, and that biceps and triceps are worth it.
User avatar #23332 - feveryoucantsweat (01/05/2015) [-]
is a low carb diet a good way to get to about 8% body fat? assuming i am about 15% now, i havent gotten it done official but thats what id think.
User avatar #23343 to #23332 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/05/2015) [-]
Mark Bell is a huge fan of low carb. I like it as well, I did low-no carb diet for about 5 months and lost 50lbs a while ago in my initial transformation.

So I think it could work. Keep in mind though, a lot of it still revolves around calories in calories out. Low carb is just a good way to go about that.
#23341 to #23332 - anonymous (01/05/2015) [-]
Remember if you go to hard on ketosis you'll die.
I have like 5 of those symptoms now and i've just been trying to cut carbs.
That's what I get for going on web md.
User avatar #23337 to #23332 - honorablepleb (01/05/2015) [-]
if you're at a calorie deficit and eating clean then it doesn't really matter how many carbs you have. if you want a more extreme, effective, and fast way to get there, try ketosis
#23318 - IamPinhead (01/05/2015) [-]
Infection in my left armpit (as well as finals) has left me unable to lift for the past three weeks

Hold me, guys
User avatar #23321 to #23318 - Elk (01/05/2015) [-]
We can still lift together in our minds <3 .
#23333 to #23321 - IamPinhead (01/05/2015) [-]
and in our hearts
User avatar #23334 to #23333 - Elk (01/05/2015) [-]
Nigga, that's gay.
#23335 to #23334 - IamPinhead (01/05/2015) [-]
no homo
User avatar #23311 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/04/2015) [-]
335 for 14 on deadlift today. The gainz cometh.

335 for 20 coming soon.....
#23326 to #23311 - baglesbites (01/05/2015) [-]
How does your back feel after these workouts? Also, have you noticed any size gains in your upper/ mid back and hamstrings?
#23329 to #23326 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/05/2015) [-]
I'm not sure how impressive or unimpressive my back is. Kinda hard to judge yourself objectively.

Hams? Probably. My legs are like 28 inches, so I guess.
#23338 to #23329 - anonymous (01/05/2015) [-]
get a haircut faggo
User avatar #23340 to #23338 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/05/2015) [-]
but I'll lose my strength
#23330 to #23329 - baglesbites (01/05/2015) [-]
I was just curious on your progress if any after doing high rep deadlifts. Also, going by the picture you posted your back is probably pretty well developed
User avatar #23331 to #23330 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/05/2015) [-]
Went from 315 for 10, to 335 for 14 in a pretty short period of time, so I'd say progress has been good.
#23308 - glenthechink (01/04/2015) [-]
Hi guys, looking for some advice.

I'm a pretty big guy and I'm trying to lose weight. Just wondering if someone could give me some advice on what the best exercises to do are, and the best diets are. Thanks in advance
#23319 to #23308 - IamPinhead (01/05/2015) [-]
Diets - Keep it simple. Eat a little bit less each day and aim to lose 1lb a week. Avoid processed foods and soda. Try to make your own meals as often as you can.
Exercises - Find a basic beginner routine that revolves around barbells and resistance training. E.g., starting strength, reg park's beginner routine, bill starr's 5x5. Do that for 9 months until you can't consistently add five pounds per week. Avoid high volume, low frequency routines or ones that have you doing a shitload of exercises. As a beginner you don't know enough to be fucking around with a bunch of different exercises.
User avatar #23299 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/04/2015) [-]
Need more questions for Q&A video!
User avatar #23339 to #23299 - anonassassin (01/05/2015) [-]
I think you should have there is proper form for the things you can do at home. You know, push-ups, squats, sit-ups/crunches, pull-ups, tricep dips and such. It'll help people with no gym membership get fit.
Also diet tips for losing weight/gaining might be good things to add too.
#23327 to #23299 - baglesbites (01/05/2015) [-]
Why not try doing some of the common questions like what routine for this and cardio for that? Just as a way to get comfortable with videos and find a format you like best
User avatar #23322 to #23299 - Elk (01/05/2015) [-]
What are the best exercises to get a bigger dick?
#23336 to #23322 - anonymous (01/05/2015) [-]
They're called keggle exercises.
User avatar #23313 to #23299 - jessieqwertyu (01/04/2015) [-]
Like a basic "Hey I decided to get fit, what do" Like less diets, more exercises, particularly weights, and how not to look like a fool while doing it.

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User avatar #23303 to #23299 - marinepenguin (01/04/2015) [-]
Are Bitches truly ain't shit but hoes and tricks?

I'm sorry but I have no idea what questions you could answer.
User avatar #23306 to #23303 - studbeefpile ONLINE (01/04/2015) [-]
Most things fitness related.
User avatar #23307 to #23306 - marinepenguin (01/04/2015) [-]
Well I know that. I'll try to think is stuff to go over. If I think of anything I'll let you know.
#23298 - lordketchup (01/04/2015) [-]
Winterseason is over, time to cut

started a week ago and have already dropped 0.7kg

feels good
User avatar #23304 to #23298 - marinepenguin (01/04/2015) [-]
Winter has only just begun.
User avatar #23305 to #23304 - lordketchup (01/04/2015) [-]
im gonna start early
User avatar #23282 - marinepenguin (01/04/2015) [-]
Gonna be looking forward to lifting in 0 degrees and a blizzard today.
User avatar #23281 - derpityhurr (01/04/2015) [-]
So after doing squats and overhead press I did a rep of 135 deadlift, then put up my 5-rep weight of 220 and could not get it off the ground at all
Each of the 3 times I tried to, i would get a headache for a split second after letting the bar go
I did another rep of 135 and left
Should I be worried or is my CNS just tired?
#23328 to #23281 - baglesbites (01/05/2015) [-]
Sometimes your body is just fatigued. After I do a heavy squat session, 85% of my max feels like I'm trying to pick up the empire state building. Just drop down to between 155 and 185 and work your way back up while putting emphasis on form and speed.
User avatar #23265 - unncommon (01/04/2015) [-]
My finger has sealed up pretty well. Probably going to try and do something today that doesn't stress it too much, like calisthenics or something. Also I was wondering if anyone here has has luck with plyo push-ups? I've experimented in the past but never stuck with them. Since my regiment
Routine doesn't involve arms that much I was thinking about when I'm home I'll hit bi's + tri's with some pull ups and push-ups variations. I'll go make a workout and come back and see what everyone thinks of it. Ik that I'd love to reach bar-stars size arms but that's a long shot.
User avatar #23274 to #23265 - unncommon (01/04/2015) [-]
I'm only going to do about four exercises, two push, two pull. There's progressive variations for each group that you work through, regardless of which you're on you must be able to do between 10 - 15 reps with 3 - 4 sets. You obviously have to stick with two variations so two that would proceed the others consecutively is required.
Off the top of my head I know that "uneven" pushups proceed regular pushups and close grip pull ups proceed regular pull ups.
So applying that knowledge it'd look something like this:
Full-pushups 15x4
Uneven pushups 15x3
Full-pullups 10x4
Close-grip pullups 10x3
This isn't where I'm starting, the push portion would be easy but there's no way I'd be able to do 70 pull ups like that (a month ago yes, but it's been a little while since I've worked out). This is just something explaining the idea of what I'll be doing. Probably every other day or once every two days.
#23264 - anonymous (01/04/2015) [-]
User avatar #23320 to #23264 - teoberry (01/05/2015) [-]
except the same guys who pretend usually carry guns/knives/mace and travel in packs so they can fuck you up easy. That's where they get that attitude. Jump enough kids at the train station and you start to talk shit.
#23260 - anonymous (01/04/2015) [-]
www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00GQRWWO8/ref=ox_sc_a how do i charde this can i just reolace batteries or what
User avatar #23263 to #23260 - sciencexplain (01/04/2015) [-]
Check the product details. You put a lithium battery in it, so there's a removable panel on the device.
#23259 - anonymous (01/04/2015) [-]
Someone suggest a pedometer that's good and cheap and has a charger please.
#23258 - jeffseid (01/04/2015) [-]
Whats up guys, IFBB pro Jeff Seid here, if you need any tips on aesthetics just let me know, i'm 100% natty. stay shredded
User avatar #23359 to #23258 - teoberry (01/06/2015) [-]
jeff pls go
User avatar #23300 to #23258 - marinepenguin (01/04/2015) [-]
I like looking shredded and big, but that guy is just too much almost. It's almost unnatural looking. I mean you can have your on goals and it undeniably takes a shitload of dedication and work, but I'd never aim for that. I'll continue to aim for being a 220+ pound shit brick house at around 10-12% body fat.
User avatar #23296 to #23258 - lordketchup (01/04/2015) [-]
why did you wear makeup in that one photoshoot?
#23295 to #23258 - stayoutofmyshed (01/04/2015) [-]
time stamp faggot

nah but really nice dude..expect for the semi
#23261 to #23258 - lulzformalaysiaair (01/04/2015) [-]
...why...why is he hard...?
#23269 to #23261 - jvcjvc (01/04/2015) [-]
he is not hard, unless he has a 2 inch cock
User avatar #23262 to #23261 - jeffseid (01/04/2015) [-]
I'm hard because I can achieve muscular arousal from my own reflection brah
User avatar #23257 - dragontamers (01/04/2015) [-]
I've been working out for 2 and a half weeks now and my abs are finally showing.

So, update aside, what made you guys want to get fit? For me it was because I didn't want to turn into a fat pig like my father.
User avatar #23323 to #23257 - Elk (01/05/2015) [-]
Because I turned into a fat pig like your father.
User avatar #23268 to #23257 - robertolee (01/04/2015) [-]
Well done mate. I started working out because my step father used to be a professional boxer, even made fitness my profession, never looked back since. Love every minute of it.
#23252 - anonymous (01/04/2015) [-]
For the first time in my life I was able to do 50 pushups. woo
User avatar #23254 to #23252 - playercz ONLINE (01/04/2015) [-]
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