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#46575 - Who says you should focus on endurance and stretching when you…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/28/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#46582 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
You focus on endurance early so when they get older they'll have the energy and will to keep doing and do extra when it comes to weights.
You can teach them proper technique that's always good, but they don't need to be on a bench press pushing weight.
In sports, like football, there's different positions. So a Quarterback or wide receiver is not going to be doing the same workouts in the gym as a lineman or linebacker. I've worked out with these niggas in college. They all do the same workouts on the field in practice but their gym coaches tell them each to do different things.
When you were 13, what were you like 5'9 already? You could have been 6'8 getting the apple high up you giraffe.
I'm just saying don't take the chance. Do everything else and wait till later. It's no big deal till they realize yo, I need this stool for that jar of peanut butter.
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#46591 - marinepenguin (06/28/2016) [-]
You only start specialized weight regimens in college and maybe high level high schools. My brother plays college football and 95% of them lifted in high school.

Also I was under 5'6 at 13. I was 5'9 at 16, and grew to 6'3 at 17-18. I'm also the tallest one in my family, taller than my parents and grandparents.
#46578 - baglesbites (06/28/2016) [-]
If you really wNted to push your argument, look at the old Soviet and current Chinese lifters, they start form drills with kids extremely young and add weights once they're like, 10 or something. Sure they're the elite few, but they do produce some of the best weightlifters.
#46572 - And I'd argue with your old doctor and gym rat buddies all day…  [+] (13 new replies) 06/28/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... +1
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#46573 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
My old doctor new her shit and your doctor would say the same. Basketball at a younge age is the secret of helping your height. All that stretching your legs when running and jumping, pulling your spine trying to get that rebound can really help you.
You're body stops growing at 21. Does it make sense to add muscle mass when you're suppose to be working on endurance and stretching on bones that's trying to grow?
I honestly can't think of one person I know who started before highschool who's your height now. You're either lucky or should be thanking your folks.
#46577 - baglesbites (06/28/2016) [-]
Holy fuck, your doctor told you running and jumping stretches bones? She needs her medical licence revoked for that, as bones are mostly rigid are supossed to be, besides the minimal around of play needed when growing. And jumping 'might' decompress your spine a few millimeters, that's the soft discs that are expanding and they'll be compressed again after a few hours.
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#46581 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
My doctor didn't say stretching bones, I said that and you know what I meant.
Leaping in the hair, stretching your spine for a ball high helps you. It tells your body "yo, I need to get longer so this mother fucker can stop stressing me to catch this orange thing."
Every Time you're done exercising you should stretch after and before you go to bed.
#46585 - baglesbites (06/28/2016) [-]
Your growth is determined by genetics and to a lesser extent, nutrition. Also long as you eat, you grow to a height generally determined by your lineage. I'm about 2 inches taller than the male cousins on my dad's side and 2-4 inches shorter than my mom's side putting me pretty close to the middle of the road.
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#46587 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
Alright, since you have an example by genes with your family, tell me how and why that I'm the shortest male in family by generation, and I'm the only one who started working out early, none of them hasn't even been inside of a planet fitness? Was it just bad luck? I went to the gym more than I played basketball too at that age. I was not good at bball
#46588 - baglesbites (06/28/2016) [-]
Your first mistake was stepping into planet fitness. Now, memes aside, you were unlucky in terms of height. Stop blaming the weights on the fact that you're not tall and get in the gym and put in work.
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#46590 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
Two doctors told me I was going to be above 6 ft.
Out of 15/16 cousins, I'm the unlucky one? You think that makes sense? It's not just me, it's the same with my friends that I started with. I'm not pulling this out my ass.
One of the others was taller than all of us, but he ended up being the shortest in his family, and they're fucking giants. He's like 6'2. He was lucky from the start.
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#46593 - marinepenguin (06/28/2016) [-]
Doctors have routinely told me I was going to be 6'1 at most. Doctors know a lot, but they aren't infallible, and when it comes to specializing in things like weight training or hormones or many things that involve weight training, they won't know much in depth unless they have a personal interest in it.
#46592 - baglesbites (06/28/2016) [-]
I'm tired of arguing over this. MayBe you did fuck your growth plates but that's not common. Maybe you're just unlucky, that's possible as well. Regardless the mass majority of people won't harm themselves in any severe way in the gym.
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#46575 - marinepenguin (06/28/2016) [-]
Who says you should focus on endurance and stretching when you're young? There's nothing wrong with teaching younger kids under high school age the right way how to lift weights, proper technique, and what can cause injury. It'll only increase their strength and athleticism as they grow older.

You of course don't want to make them lift at maximal weights because they're inexperienced and possibility of injury would be greater. But high school age kids can absolutely lift weights and put on muscle extremely safely. Just look at high school football programs across the united states.
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#46582 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
You focus on endurance early so when they get older they'll have the energy and will to keep doing and do extra when it comes to weights.
You can teach them proper technique that's always good, but they don't need to be on a bench press pushing weight.
In sports, like football, there's different positions. So a Quarterback or wide receiver is not going to be doing the same workouts in the gym as a lineman or linebacker. I've worked out with these niggas in college. They all do the same workouts on the field in practice but their gym coaches tell them each to do different things.
When you were 13, what were you like 5'9 already? You could have been 6'8 getting the apple high up you giraffe.
I'm just saying don't take the chance. Do everything else and wait till later. It's no big deal till they realize yo, I need this stool for that jar of peanut butter.
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#46591 - marinepenguin (06/28/2016) [-]
You only start specialized weight regimens in college and maybe high level high schools. My brother plays college football and 95% of them lifted in high school.

Also I was under 5'6 at 13. I was 5'9 at 16, and grew to 6'3 at 17-18. I'm also the tallest one in my family, taller than my parents and grandparents.
#46578 - baglesbites (06/28/2016) [-]
If you really wNted to push your argument, look at the old Soviet and current Chinese lifters, they start form drills with kids extremely young and add weights once they're like, 10 or something. Sure they're the elite few, but they do produce some of the best weightlifters.
#46571 - I started in 8th grade and I'm 6'3.  [+] (2 new replies) 06/28/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... 0
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#46574 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
I know you're a smart guy when it comes to working out and I respect you on that,
but sports and calisthenics are just as good for a growing boy.
They don't need to bench press 140 so soon.
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#46576 - marinepenguin (06/28/2016) [-]
Middle school, absolutely. High school I disagree.
#46568 - ...you're retarded The only way lifting weights, with…  [+] (23 new replies) 06/28/2016 on Fitness - muscle and... +2
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#46569 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
Give me an example of a person started at 13 who's 6ft now. I know too many that's under 6 from white to black. I didn't make this shit up, this comes from other gym rats and my old doctor.
It's not going to stop it, but it'll help stop out from your potential.
#46625 - asotil (06/28/2016) [-]
I'm 6'3 and started lifting at Planet Fitness when I was 12. I'd go with my mom after school and dicked around with machines barely knowing what the fuck any of them did while she walked on the treadmill. I'd sit on the calf raise machine for 20 minutes with fucking 30lbs thinking I was the shit. I'd do a set of 9 and a half lat pulldowns then check for abs. I'd get on some weird contraption that made you strap yourself in, release 2 locks, and do the twist while the pamphlet said it's good for the biceps. Since then I've grown roughly 11 inches taller, and my doctor tells me there's a good chance I'm still getting taller

You are both wrong and a humongous piece of shit. Those kids were probably stronger than you've ever been and I wouldn't doubt they had better form
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#46602 - IamWhoIam (06/28/2016) [-]
Basically my entire high school football team, myself, my brother, and many of my friends in college.
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#46579 - studbeefpile (06/28/2016) [-]
I started at 14 and I'm 6'. Is that close enough?
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#46580 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
What were you like 5'8 when you started?
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#46583 - studbeefpile (06/28/2016) [-]
Idk, probably. You asked a question, and I answered. Lifting didn't stunt my growth at all. In fact, I even did bunch of dumb shit, that if anything, SHOULDVE fukked my shit up, but I still turned out fine.
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#46572 - marinepenguin (06/28/2016) [-]
And I'd argue with your old doctor and gym rat buddies all day.

The ONLY way to stunt growth through lifting is to injure you're growth plates. That and taking steroids at a young age can fuck with your growth. But you're just as likely to harm your growth plates through lifting weights as any contact sport.
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#46573 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
My old doctor new her shit and your doctor would say the same. Basketball at a younge age is the secret of helping your height. All that stretching your legs when running and jumping, pulling your spine trying to get that rebound can really help you.
You're body stops growing at 21. Does it make sense to add muscle mass when you're suppose to be working on endurance and stretching on bones that's trying to grow?
I honestly can't think of one person I know who started before highschool who's your height now. You're either lucky or should be thanking your folks.
#46577 - baglesbites (06/28/2016) [-]
Holy fuck, your doctor told you running and jumping stretches bones? She needs her medical licence revoked for that, as bones are mostly rigid are supossed to be, besides the minimal around of play needed when growing. And jumping 'might' decompress your spine a few millimeters, that's the soft discs that are expanding and they'll be compressed again after a few hours.
User avatar
#46581 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
My doctor didn't say stretching bones, I said that and you know what I meant.
Leaping in the hair, stretching your spine for a ball high helps you. It tells your body "yo, I need to get longer so this mother fucker can stop stressing me to catch this orange thing."
Every Time you're done exercising you should stretch after and before you go to bed.
#46585 - baglesbites (06/28/2016) [-]
Your growth is determined by genetics and to a lesser extent, nutrition. Also long as you eat, you grow to a height generally determined by your lineage. I'm about 2 inches taller than the male cousins on my dad's side and 2-4 inches shorter than my mom's side putting me pretty close to the middle of the road.
User avatar
#46587 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
Alright, since you have an example by genes with your family, tell me how and why that I'm the shortest male in family by generation, and I'm the only one who started working out early, none of them hasn't even been inside of a planet fitness? Was it just bad luck? I went to the gym more than I played basketball too at that age. I was not good at bball
#46588 - baglesbites (06/28/2016) [-]
Your first mistake was stepping into planet fitness. Now, memes aside, you were unlucky in terms of height. Stop blaming the weights on the fact that you're not tall and get in the gym and put in work.
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#46590 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
Two doctors told me I was going to be above 6 ft.
Out of 15/16 cousins, I'm the unlucky one? You think that makes sense? It's not just me, it's the same with my friends that I started with. I'm not pulling this out my ass.
One of the others was taller than all of us, but he ended up being the shortest in his family, and they're fucking giants. He's like 6'2. He was lucky from the start.
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#46593 - marinepenguin (06/28/2016) [-]
Doctors have routinely told me I was going to be 6'1 at most. Doctors know a lot, but they aren't infallible, and when it comes to specializing in things like weight training or hormones or many things that involve weight training, they won't know much in depth unless they have a personal interest in it.
#46592 - baglesbites (06/28/2016) [-]
I'm tired of arguing over this. MayBe you did fuck your growth plates but that's not common. Maybe you're just unlucky, that's possible as well. Regardless the mass majority of people won't harm themselves in any severe way in the gym.
User avatar
#46575 - marinepenguin (06/28/2016) [-]
Who says you should focus on endurance and stretching when you're young? There's nothing wrong with teaching younger kids under high school age the right way how to lift weights, proper technique, and what can cause injury. It'll only increase their strength and athleticism as they grow older.

You of course don't want to make them lift at maximal weights because they're inexperienced and possibility of injury would be greater. But high school age kids can absolutely lift weights and put on muscle extremely safely. Just look at high school football programs across the united states.
User avatar
#46582 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
You focus on endurance early so when they get older they'll have the energy and will to keep doing and do extra when it comes to weights.
You can teach them proper technique that's always good, but they don't need to be on a bench press pushing weight.
In sports, like football, there's different positions. So a Quarterback or wide receiver is not going to be doing the same workouts in the gym as a lineman or linebacker. I've worked out with these niggas in college. They all do the same workouts on the field in practice but their gym coaches tell them each to do different things.
When you were 13, what were you like 5'9 already? You could have been 6'8 getting the apple high up you giraffe.
I'm just saying don't take the chance. Do everything else and wait till later. It's no big deal till they realize yo, I need this stool for that jar of peanut butter.
User avatar
#46591 - marinepenguin (06/28/2016) [-]
You only start specialized weight regimens in college and maybe high level high schools. My brother plays college football and 95% of them lifted in high school.

Also I was under 5'6 at 13. I was 5'9 at 16, and grew to 6'3 at 17-18. I'm also the tallest one in my family, taller than my parents and grandparents.
#46578 - baglesbites (06/28/2016) [-]
If you really wNted to push your argument, look at the old Soviet and current Chinese lifters, they start form drills with kids extremely young and add weights once they're like, 10 or something. Sure they're the elite few, but they do produce some of the best weightlifters.
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#46571 - marinepenguin (06/28/2016) [-]
I started in 8th grade and I'm 6'3.
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#46574 - whitechino (06/28/2016) [-]
I know you're a smart guy when it comes to working out and I respect you on that,
but sports and calisthenics are just as good for a growing boy.
They don't need to bench press 140 so soon.
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#46576 - marinepenguin (06/28/2016) [-]
Middle school, absolutely. High school I disagree.
#120615 - There's been a big push recently to nullify due process with t… 06/27/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#615 - Well some muscles respond better to lower reps and some respon… 06/27/2016 on marinepenguin's profile 0
#613 - Not when I'm doing heavier sets. If I'm doing 10-15 reps I lik…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/27/2016 on marinepenguin's profile 0
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#614 - studbeefpile (06/27/2016) [-]
Alrighty. I'm surprised you advocate lower reps...ever.

I'll probably keep upping weight for my 20s right now because it feels good, but once it gets too heavy, I'll extend the rest, and just keep upping the weight. You go super strict, or some English?
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#615 - marinepenguin (06/27/2016) [-]
Well some muscles respond better to lower reps and some respond better to higher. High level power lifters usually have crazy good triceps, because they respond better to low reps and heavy weight. Just like runners have great calves because calves respond well to super high volume and TUT.

Some body English is fine as long as you aren't going into injury territory.
#611 - I've actually seen better tricep development through lower rep…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/27/2016 on marinepenguin's profile 0
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#612 - studbeefpile (06/27/2016) [-]
Timed rest or no?
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#613 - marinepenguin (06/27/2016) [-]
Not when I'm doing heavier sets. If I'm doing 10-15 reps I like timed rest periods or rest/pause, but when I'm doing "heavy" work I don't like it.
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#614 - studbeefpile (06/27/2016) [-]
Alrighty. I'm surprised you advocate lower reps...ever.

I'll probably keep upping weight for my 20s right now because it feels good, but once it gets too heavy, I'll extend the rest, and just keep upping the weight. You go super strict, or some English?
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#615 - marinepenguin (06/27/2016) [-]
Well some muscles respond better to lower reps and some respond better to higher. High level power lifters usually have crazy good triceps, because they respond better to low reps and heavy weight. Just like runners have great calves because calves respond well to super high volume and TUT.

Some body English is fine as long as you aren't going into injury territory.
#120565 - Interesting. You'd think that if the UK was considering a remo…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/26/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
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#120598 - thumbfortrump (06/27/2016) [-]
The EU want them out as fast as possible.
#120566 - anon (06/26/2016) [-]
EU wants to sweep this under the rug so others don't leave.

if they can't do that, they'll try to make it look like leaving is the worst thing to do.
#120562 - There shouldn't be a revote anyways.  [+] (5 new replies) 06/26/2016 on Politics - politics news,... 0
#120564 - anon (06/26/2016) [-]
I've heard reports that the EU wants the UK to enact Article 50 by Tuesday.
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#120565 - marinepenguin (06/26/2016) [-]
Interesting. You'd think that if the UK was considering a remote at all, the EU would try to extend the process as much as possible.
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#120598 - thumbfortrump (06/27/2016) [-]
The EU want them out as fast as possible.
#120566 - anon (06/26/2016) [-]
EU wants to sweep this under the rug so others don't leave.

if they can't do that, they'll try to make it look like leaving is the worst thing to do.
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#120563 - joshlol (06/26/2016) [-]
I very much doubt there will be