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#338966 - literally all I do now is math and physics what is life  [+] (2 replies) 09/30/2016 on Big Guy Club +1
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#338968 - therealorkanoidz (09/30/2016) [-]
A chemical reaction :']
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#338969 - jmezfm (09/30/2016) [-]
love doesnt exist
#49352 - Thanks! All my friends had internships in different cities and…  [+] (9 replies) 09/30/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#49353 - marinepenguin (09/30/2016) [-]
Clearly. What did you do mostly in terms of lifting weights?
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#49368 - jmezfm (09/30/2016) [-]
I focused a lot on muscle confusion. I lifted 6 days a week and ate at 500-750 cals above my TDEE. I'd lift for about 2-3 hours a day after work, got worried about overtraining for a bit but I don't think it ever really set in. Mostly focused on hypertrophy, so I'd work muscles til failure on just about every 3rd set of an exercise and then every set after. Since I was bulking I didn't really do much cardio. Started cutting with about 2 weeks to go in the summer (so it's been about a month since I started cutting) and dropped a couple BF%. I'm down to about 9/10% I think. This picture is about 3 weeks old I think. Obv 3 weeks isn't enough to see a huge difference, but I feel much less sluggish which I think is a good sign.
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#49373 - marinepenguin (09/30/2016) [-]
Eh personally I don't think you were big enough for a cut, but you definitely aren't at a single digit bodyfat percentage.

Still, good progress for 3 months.
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#49374 - jmezfm (09/30/2016) [-]
Well I was simply cutting cause I wasn't trying to be all that big. Also yeah I know I think the 9% was ambitious, I tend to overestimate. But I will say that it definitely is lower (at least marginally) than it was in the picture I just posted.
#49375 - marinepenguin (09/30/2016) [-]
Ahh, gotcha.

And you're lean, don't get me wrong, single digit is just pretty crazy lean.

I'm 12% at minimum right now and 205
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#49376 - jmezfm (09/30/2016) [-]
Oh yeah no sorry if it seemed like I was offended haha nah I get it, 9% is pretty low. I think I'm like 188 or something, don't have a scale at my disposal so I can't really check. Before I got back to school I was 191 and I'm certain that I've lost weight since then. I'm 6'2, so that's partly why I tend to think a little lower than what I actually am.

Also - nice dude, you look good. Any suggestions on shit to do for traps that isn't just shrugs? I do shrugs now and then, but like I said, I often go for muscle confusion and one single exercise isn't great for that. (obv asking bc you have well-developed traps, but in case that wasn't clear here's the explicit compliment haha)
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#49381 - marinepenguin (10/01/2016) [-]
I'm also 6'3, so I get the whole tall issue.
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#49380 - marinepenguin (10/01/2016) [-]
Biggest thing that's helped me for traps is doing rows with long pauses at the top. I saw more trap growth from 12 reps of dumbbell shrugs with a 3 second hold at the top with 65 pounders than I ever did trying to shrug 200-300 pounds with some body english. Also helps your grip a ton.
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#49390 - jmezfm (10/01/2016) [-]
Yeah I always do dumbbell shrugs, I hate barbell shrugs. I've been trying pre-fatiguing. I'd hold one rep for 60 seconds at like maybe 60 pounds, then do like 10 reps after. I think I just haven't done them often enough. But yeah I'll try the rows for that. Thanks man
#337419 - yeah me neither so have you heard about the keto diet…  [+] (2 replies) 09/30/2016 on Big Guy Club 0
#337424 - pusspro (09/30/2016) [-]
is this u?
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#337429 - jmezfm (09/30/2016) [-]
close but my hair is yellow
#337414 - admin do you listen to kali muscle  [+] (4 replies) 09/30/2016 on Big Guy Club 0
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#337416 - admin (09/30/2016) [-]
no i can't stand to lsiten to anyone tlak about fitness

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#337419 - jmezfm (09/30/2016) [-]
yeah me neither

so have you heard about the keto diet? it's this great diet and exercise plan where you eat high fats and low carbs so that you go into a self-induced state of ketosis, which is where your body burns fat before anything else, because it had so carbs to burn. if you're not careful, your body could react negatively and burn muscle instead of fat, and you'll lose your hard-earned gainz. anyway, i hope that's not too much fitness talk ^.^ rawr
#337424 - pusspro (09/30/2016) [-]
is this u?
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#337429 - jmezfm (09/30/2016) [-]
close but my hair is yellow
#337405 - i recognize im just jumpin in your jimmies jimbo, ignore me  [+] (1 reply) 09/30/2016 on Big Guy Club 0
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