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A degenerate sword loving, fencing, asshole. Been on FJ since 13, now I'm twenty DAMN.

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#47777 - THats what scares me. I have no idea if my genetics even allow…  [+] (1 reply) 08/08/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#47782 - mendelevium (08/09/2016) [-]
Arbs are a tiny muscle group and take a long time build because of it, you're going to need to lift with them for awhile to get them big and blocky. Chest and arms grow like crazy because they are big already, abs are some of the smallest.
#125 - Beautiful. Though I, a rapier enthusiast, prefer swords with m…  [+] (2 replies) 08/08/2016 on Sword Porn 0
#129 - olanzapine (08/08/2016) [-]
most if not all of those swords are not meant for dueling (unlike rapiers and the like). The short ones with little to no hilt were used as short range alternative for when the spear no longer could keep the oponent away (in professional armies, that is).
The long swords were used by nobility (and wealthy people) as they were very expensive in most places, in combat they were used by dis-mounted knights and free warriors as they required far more training and health (strenght) to be used than a spear
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#131 - FuckYouFatBen (08/08/2016) [-]
Ah interesting piece of information. Thank you.

I prefer dueling because, quite honestly, I doubt I could hold my own in an all out battle. I also loved how dueling settled disputes; rather than kill your opponents, you fight until first blood. Which seems like such a better alternative.

#47739 - Hey guys, noob again. I've been at the gym for the pa…  [+] (11 replies) 08/06/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... +1
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#47770 - mendelevium (08/07/2016) [-]
Soreness goes away after awhile, soon increasing intensity won't even help. Don't spend 4 hours on abs, just mix up exercises, try to hit abs from different angles, focus contraction. Abs come with lower body fat too, the people with the best abs don't do the most lifts, they just have the best genetics and best diet.
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#47777 - FuckYouFatBen (08/08/2016) [-]
THats what scares me. I have no idea if my genetics even allow me, so what's the point?

I mean I'm somewhat slim and I'm noticing a little improvement.
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#47782 - mendelevium (08/09/2016) [-]
Arbs are a tiny muscle group and take a long time build because of it, you're going to need to lift with them for awhile to get them big and blocky. Chest and arms grow like crazy because they are big already, abs are some of the smallest.
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#47766 - dealwithitfagg (08/07/2016) [-]
I now do about 300 reps or more when I train my abs, all in a row, no breaks. The next day my abs are sore. I do a little bit of random ab excersizes, but what I mostly do is:
50 crunches
25 leg raises
50 heel touches (25 each side)
50 flutter kicks
50 bicycle crunches
50 russian twists
Side plank both sides as long as you can hold
Plank as long as you can hold

What also are very good ab excersizes are hanging knee or leg raises (and also obliques), dragon flag, forzen v sit, spider crawl, upside down crunches (hanging upside down on a bar) and vacuum.
You can add or replace any excersize.
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#47778 - FuckYouFatBen (08/08/2016) [-]
Awesome. I'm going to start these today after my cardio. ANd push for those numbers!
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#47784 - dealwithitfagg (08/09/2016) [-]
Good luck!
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#47771 - mendelevium (08/07/2016) [-]
Pretty unnecessary.
Add weight, slow down the exercise itself, squeeze the muscle. I mean sometimes you can just go ham crazy and it works, but at this point your building endurance, not strength or size.

People who run miles don't have huge quads, only people who squat huge weight do.
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#47783 - dealwithitfagg (08/09/2016) [-]
I tried with weight but it just didn't work for me. I tried so many thing and the only thing (for abs) that works for me is lot's of reps.
My abs are so much better than a year ago but I also lost some bodyfat.

With the rest, I've got 4 different fases, (I hope I translate these well) the first is hypertrophy, 15-25 reps with light weight, then ability, 8-12 reps with slightly heavier weights, then strenght 5-8 reps and last but not least peaks 1-5 reps.
Every fase is about 6 weeks.
#47746 - rocketpropelledtit (08/06/2016) [-]
Try doing weighted back extensions, weight sit-ups, hanging knee raises, and 3 sets of 100 good crunches (or v-sits). Works for me.
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#47749 - FuckYouFatBen (08/06/2016) [-]
Okay. So basically pump up the weights when doing the sit ups and the numbers of normal sit ups. Thanks bro!
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#47743 - FuckYouFatBen (08/06/2016) [-]
Edit: I do feel a little bit of soreness. Just when I stand up or lay on my stomach. But it's not as bad as my arms and shoulders and legs.
#145 - Excellent rebuttal. It's a difficult question to answer becaus…  [+] (1 reply) 08/06/2016 on Facts +1
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#150 - shunkahawolf (08/06/2016) [-]
exactly. i also, again find it interesting to think that we may be creating the very thing we hate about things like this, because of our attitudes towards sexual assaults and kiddy diddling, are we creating the very emotional trauma we are so disgusted by?