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#30 - the best form of cardio for fat loss is walking in the morning…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/07/2016 on Working the core 0
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#35 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
jogging in the evening a while after you ate is the best you can do while jogging in the morning is the worst

by your comments one can tell either you never worked out or you never did it right.
#19 - it's just, a lot of guys who have been there for a while, and …  [+] (19 new replies) 01/07/2016 on Working the core 0
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#20 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
I just want to use a treadmill, really. And that thing for your pecks. I want to focus on slimming down first, and giving my boobs a little lift. For a better bikini look for when I go to Cali in the summer. * o *
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#34 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
cptmongtard is right
it needs next level stupidity to use equipment incorrectly
but a tip for ya...if you arent too heavy, rather go jogging instead of using the threadmill
its a completely different experience
go find a forest near you and jog there
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#40 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
Well, I live in Las vegas nevada. No forests. And it gets pretty hot outside too. x_x But there's a park I can jog at before the summer heat picks up.
#45 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
you can make the difference by planting the first trees
get yo seeds today for just 19.99$ and change the world
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#36 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Absolutely this. Road running is much, much better than treadmill, because you use more muscle power to create forward momentum rather than just jogging on the spot like a treadmill
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#39 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
yepp
and the air conditions in a gym are shit
you need to breathe while jogging

AND get the right fockin shoes mate!!
a good pair of shoes costs a bit...street shoes will fuckyourshitup
i got a pair of nike frees. yeah they cost a bunch...but every euro was worth it, they are glorious.
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#41 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Depends on the gym. I've found that commercial gyms tend to be better for cardio, more geared towards a "Summer Body" goal, like what stephyteddy was after. My gym is the premier bodybuilding gym in the UK, some say in Europe, so it's not really geared towards cardio but it still has some great stuff for cardio, including "The Grappler" which is my favourite cardio machine ever. I also box so that helps. In terms of footwear, I wear hiking boots usually
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#43 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
yeah depends on the gym. the running/biking stuff at my gym is well ventilated. but some other gyms arent really suited for really exhausting stuff like jogging.

>hiking boots
dunno...never wore them...i guess they are fine too if you buy the right ones

im kinda heavy too, so the difference between bad shoes and good shoes was kinda extreme for me
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#44 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Yeah, my old gym was the top floor of a shop, was absolutely weltering in the summer. I quite like the boots, but I'm used to them anyway
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#33 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Don't listen to ghostisaho, he doesn't know what he's talking about. People in the gym won't judge you unless they're pricks. Fasted cardio (like he recommended) has no major benefit over fed cardio, and you want to aim for around an hour a day for fat loss. Mix up jogging and HIIT day to day for amazing results. To get a good bikini body, do glute bridges, glute raises, pull ups and crunches.
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#46 - classybot (01/07/2016) [-]
How many times a month would you recommend HIIT? I haven't really done any good excercises and I am trying to seriously lose all the excess fat , feeling damn uncomfortable with a pear upper body.
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#47 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
I do it 1/2 times a week. If you're just beginning I'd say once, along with other sorts of cardio on all but one of the remaining days of the week
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#48 - classybot (01/07/2016) [-]
Thanks mate, really appreciate the info
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#49 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
No problem, mate. Good luck!
#37 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
Why thank you~ <3 I will take that advice.
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#42 - advice (01/07/2016) [-]
no problem man, and good luck
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#38 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
You're welcome! Keep at it, you'll look incredible for Summer! Good luck!
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#30 - ghostisaho (01/07/2016) [-]
the best form of cardio for fat loss is walking in the morning on an empty stomach before breakfast. honestly just 20 minutes 5 days a week is plenty
User avatar
#35 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
jogging in the evening a while after you ate is the best you can do while jogging in the morning is the worst

by your comments one can tell either you never worked out or you never did it right.
#17 - push up, sit ups, squats, lunges, plank, ab crunches, side cru…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/07/2016 on Working the core +4
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#18 - Sinrik (01/07/2016) [-]
cool thanks man have a thumb up the bum
#14 - no. the most anyone ever had was 8.  [+] (3 new replies) 01/07/2016 on Working the core +3
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#15 - Sinrik (01/07/2016) [-]
huh neat, just as a question you know any exercizes that do not require home equipment?
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#17 - ghostisaho (01/07/2016) [-]
push up, sit ups, squats, lunges, plank, ab crunches, side crunches, pull ups, dips,
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#18 - Sinrik (01/07/2016) [-]
cool thanks man have a thumb up the bum
#12 - it's just if you go in there and do random ****, people will t…  [+] (21 new replies) 01/07/2016 on Working the core 0
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#16 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
Idk why they would even care. They should find more productive things to think about then.
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#19 - ghostisaho (01/07/2016) [-]
it's just, a lot of guys who have been there for a while, and all they do is work out tend to get upset when someone uses equipment incorrectly.

but finding a novice program to get you started s still a good thing anyway.

also, never go online to look at fitness standards, cus all the people in fitness forums are elitist douchebags on drugs. just stay away from it all and focus on fitness.
User avatar
#20 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
I just want to use a treadmill, really. And that thing for your pecks. I want to focus on slimming down first, and giving my boobs a little lift. For a better bikini look for when I go to Cali in the summer. * o *
User avatar
#34 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
cptmongtard is right
it needs next level stupidity to use equipment incorrectly
but a tip for ya...if you arent too heavy, rather go jogging instead of using the threadmill
its a completely different experience
go find a forest near you and jog there
User avatar
#40 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
Well, I live in Las vegas nevada. No forests. And it gets pretty hot outside too. x_x But there's a park I can jog at before the summer heat picks up.
#45 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
you can make the difference by planting the first trees
get yo seeds today for just 19.99$ and change the world
User avatar
#36 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Absolutely this. Road running is much, much better than treadmill, because you use more muscle power to create forward momentum rather than just jogging on the spot like a treadmill
User avatar
#39 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
yepp
and the air conditions in a gym are shit
you need to breathe while jogging

AND get the right fockin shoes mate!!
a good pair of shoes costs a bit...street shoes will fuckyourshitup
i got a pair of nike frees. yeah they cost a bunch...but every euro was worth it, they are glorious.
User avatar
#41 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Depends on the gym. I've found that commercial gyms tend to be better for cardio, more geared towards a "Summer Body" goal, like what stephyteddy was after. My gym is the premier bodybuilding gym in the UK, some say in Europe, so it's not really geared towards cardio but it still has some great stuff for cardio, including "The Grappler" which is my favourite cardio machine ever. I also box so that helps. In terms of footwear, I wear hiking boots usually
User avatar
#43 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
yeah depends on the gym. the running/biking stuff at my gym is well ventilated. but some other gyms arent really suited for really exhausting stuff like jogging.

>hiking boots
dunno...never wore them...i guess they are fine too if you buy the right ones

im kinda heavy too, so the difference between bad shoes and good shoes was kinda extreme for me
User avatar
#44 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Yeah, my old gym was the top floor of a shop, was absolutely weltering in the summer. I quite like the boots, but I'm used to them anyway
User avatar
#33 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Don't listen to ghostisaho, he doesn't know what he's talking about. People in the gym won't judge you unless they're pricks. Fasted cardio (like he recommended) has no major benefit over fed cardio, and you want to aim for around an hour a day for fat loss. Mix up jogging and HIIT day to day for amazing results. To get a good bikini body, do glute bridges, glute raises, pull ups and crunches.
User avatar
#46 - classybot (01/07/2016) [-]
How many times a month would you recommend HIIT? I haven't really done any good excercises and I am trying to seriously lose all the excess fat , feeling damn uncomfortable with a pear upper body.
User avatar
#47 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
I do it 1/2 times a week. If you're just beginning I'd say once, along with other sorts of cardio on all but one of the remaining days of the week
User avatar
#48 - classybot (01/07/2016) [-]
Thanks mate, really appreciate the info
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#49 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
No problem, mate. Good luck!
#37 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
Why thank you~ <3 I will take that advice.
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#42 - advice (01/07/2016) [-]
no problem man, and good luck
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#38 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
You're welcome! Keep at it, you'll look incredible for Summer! Good luck!
User avatar
#30 - ghostisaho (01/07/2016) [-]
the best form of cardio for fat loss is walking in the morning on an empty stomach before breakfast. honestly just 20 minutes 5 days a week is plenty
User avatar
#35 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
jogging in the evening a while after you ate is the best you can do while jogging in the morning is the worst

by your comments one can tell either you never worked out or you never did it right.
#10 - inb4 you **** everything up. go find a proven hypertrophy novi…  [+] (23 new replies) 01/07/2016 on Working the core 0
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#11 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
Jesus, calm down. I know better than that. One step at a time, yo.
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#12 - ghostisaho (01/07/2016) [-]
it's just if you go in there and do random shit, people will think you're a dick.
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#16 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
Idk why they would even care. They should find more productive things to think about then.
User avatar
#19 - ghostisaho (01/07/2016) [-]
it's just, a lot of guys who have been there for a while, and all they do is work out tend to get upset when someone uses equipment incorrectly.

but finding a novice program to get you started s still a good thing anyway.

also, never go online to look at fitness standards, cus all the people in fitness forums are elitist douchebags on drugs. just stay away from it all and focus on fitness.
User avatar
#20 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
I just want to use a treadmill, really. And that thing for your pecks. I want to focus on slimming down first, and giving my boobs a little lift. For a better bikini look for when I go to Cali in the summer. * o *
User avatar
#34 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
cptmongtard is right
it needs next level stupidity to use equipment incorrectly
but a tip for ya...if you arent too heavy, rather go jogging instead of using the threadmill
its a completely different experience
go find a forest near you and jog there
User avatar
#40 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
Well, I live in Las vegas nevada. No forests. And it gets pretty hot outside too. x_x But there's a park I can jog at before the summer heat picks up.
#45 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
you can make the difference by planting the first trees
get yo seeds today for just 19.99$ and change the world
User avatar
#36 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Absolutely this. Road running is much, much better than treadmill, because you use more muscle power to create forward momentum rather than just jogging on the spot like a treadmill
User avatar
#39 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
yepp
and the air conditions in a gym are shit
you need to breathe while jogging

AND get the right fockin shoes mate!!
a good pair of shoes costs a bit...street shoes will fuckyourshitup
i got a pair of nike frees. yeah they cost a bunch...but every euro was worth it, they are glorious.
User avatar
#41 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Depends on the gym. I've found that commercial gyms tend to be better for cardio, more geared towards a "Summer Body" goal, like what stephyteddy was after. My gym is the premier bodybuilding gym in the UK, some say in Europe, so it's not really geared towards cardio but it still has some great stuff for cardio, including "The Grappler" which is my favourite cardio machine ever. I also box so that helps. In terms of footwear, I wear hiking boots usually
User avatar
#43 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
yeah depends on the gym. the running/biking stuff at my gym is well ventilated. but some other gyms arent really suited for really exhausting stuff like jogging.

>hiking boots
dunno...never wore them...i guess they are fine too if you buy the right ones

im kinda heavy too, so the difference between bad shoes and good shoes was kinda extreme for me
User avatar
#44 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Yeah, my old gym was the top floor of a shop, was absolutely weltering in the summer. I quite like the boots, but I'm used to them anyway
User avatar
#33 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
Don't listen to ghostisaho, he doesn't know what he's talking about. People in the gym won't judge you unless they're pricks. Fasted cardio (like he recommended) has no major benefit over fed cardio, and you want to aim for around an hour a day for fat loss. Mix up jogging and HIIT day to day for amazing results. To get a good bikini body, do glute bridges, glute raises, pull ups and crunches.
User avatar
#46 - classybot (01/07/2016) [-]
How many times a month would you recommend HIIT? I haven't really done any good excercises and I am trying to seriously lose all the excess fat , feeling damn uncomfortable with a pear upper body.
User avatar
#47 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
I do it 1/2 times a week. If you're just beginning I'd say once, along with other sorts of cardio on all but one of the remaining days of the week
User avatar
#48 - classybot (01/07/2016) [-]
Thanks mate, really appreciate the info
User avatar
#49 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
No problem, mate. Good luck!
#37 - stephyteddy (01/07/2016) [-]
Why thank you~ <3 I will take that advice.
User avatar
#42 - advice (01/07/2016) [-]
no problem man, and good luck
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#38 - cptmongtard (01/07/2016) [-]
You're welcome! Keep at it, you'll look incredible for Summer! Good luck!
User avatar
#30 - ghostisaho (01/07/2016) [-]
the best form of cardio for fat loss is walking in the morning on an empty stomach before breakfast. honestly just 20 minutes 5 days a week is plenty
User avatar
#35 - drpenguinz (01/07/2016) [-]
jogging in the evening a while after you ate is the best you can do while jogging in the morning is the worst

by your comments one can tell either you never worked out or you never did it right.
#9 - everyone has abs. a six pack is a genetically determined shape…  [+] (7 new replies) 01/07/2016 on Working the core +11
#26 - anon (01/07/2016) [-]
>Some can have 4
Not unless they had 4 removed or 3 added becaause in reality Abs are a single paired muscle - Rectus abdominis with Tendinous intersections segmenting it. A six pack is having a low enough body fat % to see 6 of the individual muscle bellies, an 8 pack or 4 pack is simply a lower or higher body fat % that alters how visible. The lowest 2 muscle bellies are only visible at very low body fat which is why 8 packs are reasonably rare. Genetics determines pretty much only the symmetry of those abdominal muscles, certainly not the number.
#23 - applescryatnight (01/07/2016) [-]
wrong friendo. everyone has an 8 pack, but its covered in fat. some people are more genetically inclined to have a 6 or 8 pack without working much, because of genetic fat distribution, but in the end it all comes down to bodyfat %. you WILL have an 8 pack if you lose enough fat.
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#13 - Sinrik (01/07/2016) [-]
what about 12? that ever happen?
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#14 - ghostisaho (01/07/2016) [-]
no. the most anyone ever had was 8.
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#15 - Sinrik (01/07/2016) [-]
huh neat, just as a question you know any exercizes that do not require home equipment?
User avatar
#17 - ghostisaho (01/07/2016) [-]
push up, sit ups, squats, lunges, plank, ab crunches, side crunches, pull ups, dips,
User avatar
#18 - Sinrik (01/07/2016) [-]
cool thanks man have a thumb up the bum
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