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#46 - Can you tell me what that documentary is called? I've been mea…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/17/2013 on Dino feels +1
User avatar #59 - solarisofcelestia (06/18/2013) [-]
I think it's called "Jesus Camp"
#28 - "Ah ha ha ho! Is funny because is a picture of a man who … 06/17/2013 on An Unexpected Encounter +44
#755 - "It is much less difficult to consider each contrasting p… 06/17/2013 on Try it 0
#25 - mfw reading "mirin"  [+] (1 new reply) 06/17/2013 on Bitches be Mirin +2
User avatar #26 - joyfullreaper (06/17/2013) [-]
ohthankgodithoughtiwastheonlyone
#152 - I've only been to one anime convention and I didn't actually g…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/17/2013 on My life is now complete +4
User avatar #174 - wigglezxd (06/17/2013) [-]
The comicon here in Spokane was roughly the exact same.
One guy at that event actually did pretty good, though, had to give him props. He was a flash, and it was amazing. I didn't get a picture with him, though. 3:
#36 - What did it do to you? Where did it touch you? That bastard, I…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/16/2013 on On set from Man of Steel 0
User avatar #38 - joshofsouls (06/16/2013) [-]
It touched my prostate in ways no movie has ever done before.
#9 - Nice 4Chan avatar, tryhard. 06/13/2013 on Wards... Saving lives +3
#3 - Red line is steel bar/plate  [+] (8 new replies) 06/13/2013 on Goddamn. +190
#57 - qtipd (06/13/2013) [-]
bet you're tons of fun at parties..
User avatar #39 - pulluspardus (06/13/2013) [-]
and they're like "I've made a huge mistake" when they're done with sitting.
User avatar #7 - turian (06/13/2013) [-]
why destroying the magic?
#6 - anonymous (06/13/2013) [-]
what if i told you that the plate is quite visible? like, you can see him sitting on it.
User avatar #9 - bandoslootshare (06/13/2013) [-]
the bottom one is covered by a mat, and the top one you cant see unless you explicitly look under his ass
#5 - anonymous (06/13/2013) [-]
How'd they get in that position?
User avatar #30 - waffies (06/13/2013) [-]
they set it up in the morning, before anyone shows up
#11 - Welshhobo (06/13/2013) [-]
Magic
#6 - Here's an interesting tidbit: CHRISTianity was actually based …  [+] (2 new replies) 06/13/2013 on Faith in Humanity Restored +28
User avatar #16 - schnizel (06/13/2013) [-]
Yoshua of Nazareth*
User avatar #49 - oceanfrank (06/13/2013) [-]
Emmanuel of Nazareth too. Point is they all translate to the same name.
#11 - Here you are  [+] (1 new reply) 06/13/2013 on I wish onions made me this... +1
User avatar #12 - tenthdivine (06/13/2013) [-]
God bless you <3
#8 - My current wallpaper  [+] (9 new replies) 06/13/2013 on I wish onions made me this... +4
#51 - thascomrad (06/13/2013) [-]
Let's post our wallpapers
This is mine
#102 - royalunicorn (06/13/2013) [-]
for every day of my life
#92 - babbysmithy (06/13/2013) [-]
#90 - rapsuskiller (06/13/2013) [-]
Hay there
#66 - hproductions (06/13/2013) [-]
Am I popular yet?
#53 - emosadpanda (06/13/2013) [-]
its in HD if someone wants it.
#10 - tenthdivine (06/13/2013) [-]
May I have the original? I'll trade you this ariel gif for it
#11 - paintplayer (06/13/2013) [-]
Here you are
User avatar #12 - tenthdivine (06/13/2013) [-]
God bless you <3
#32 - Clearly you need to speak to someone far more qualified than I… 06/13/2013 on Peta +21
#30 - I...what?  [+] (3 new replies) 06/13/2013 on Peta +24
#31 - sanguinesolitude (06/13/2013) [-]
you know, bang both parents in one go. Fuck dad in the ass, but its mom who knows about it forever... does she tell him or does she keep it secret forever.


from then on i wink at her whenever i hug dad. MFW
#69 - thesinful (06/13/2013) [-]
User avatar #32 - paintplayer (06/13/2013) [-]
Clearly you need to speak to someone far more qualified than I to help you resolve whatever it is you have going on
#48 - Dad's face when 06/12/2013 on Jews +2
#893 - Yeah I'm a skinnier guy so for example for the APFT the standa… 06/11/2013 on Ok 0
#406 - If it's the middle finger, then I'm average to big-boned. If i…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/10/2013 on Ok 0
User avatar #433 - ompalomper (06/10/2013) [-]
aren't we all?

think it would be the middle one, otherwise im really big-boned (about a full inch short)
also, it seems that the fatty in his tard-rage decided to go thumb down all comments here. *sigh* sad how some people behave (says i).
i mean, i recognize that 84kg at a height of 180 is a bit much. im planning on losing those 4 kilos of fat or replacing them with muscles and have started working towards it. no need going around making excuses like im heavily built or anything.

im pretty sure the guy is mostly telling these excuses to himself. self denial is a horrible thing
#325 - Big bones aren't a bad thing man, what do you weigh? I'm "…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/10/2013 on Ok 0
User avatar #334 - adrilazzaro (06/10/2013) [-]
i weight like 140 lb, but i'm kinda lean , since i do quite a lot of running and other sports. I didn't mean big bones to be a bad thing but i find it odd something about me is big since I've always been considered small in everything



except my cock (sorry i had to)
#250 - As a martial artist/army grunt I've become pretty addicted to … 06/10/2013 on Ok +4
#189 - Well here's the thing man, if you are ashamed you should do so…  [+] (6 new replies) 06/10/2013 on Ok +5
User avatar #219 - GnRNoD (06/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, I know, my cousin lost like 80 pounds and he's the happiest he's ever been...
You're good at giving motivation btw.
I tried going to the gym, I am strong and I can lift, and even tho I am screaming for air after 10 minutes of cardio I take the pain and keep going for as long as I have to, so I never really got self-conscious (also at least around here big guys that work at gyms are great guys that motivate you and know just what to say, nothing like the typical stereotype) but thing is I get bored... I go for a month and then I just feel it's too routine like.
User avatar #869 - Daeiros (06/11/2013) [-]
paintplayer said a lot of good stuff, I just want to add some to it.

Cardio is actually a really shitty way to lose weight. You need to spend like 2 hours on a treadmill to lose 1 pound. Interval training is far more effective. If you just jog at a steady pace for a long time, as soon as you stop, the calorie burn stops. If you sprint at maximum warp for a few seconds, then slow down, catch your breath, then haul ass again, you actually end up burning more total calories in less total time and your body will continue to burn for hours and hours afterwards even if you are sleeping.

Muscle burns fat passively and the best way to build muscle is with compound exercise, things that use multiple muscles at once like squats, deadlifts, chinups, pushups etc. Weight machines are terrible for you, they target individual muscles in controlled movements and actually prevent you from building all the little minor muscles that help prevent injury and keep balance. Ditch the machines, go for free weights or body weight exercises.

In fact, I'd save save your time and money and ditch the gym entirely. Going to the gym can get pretty boring and it's easy to give up when you are bored. Do something physical that is fun. like paintplayer said, martial arts are really good. Personally, I'm really into parkour. I'm sure I look ridiculous doing it, but fuck what people think, it's fun and it's great exercise.

I currently weight 280 lbs at 5'9'', according to my bmi scale, if I got down to the health target of 10% body fat, I would still be just over 200 lbs, I'm big, but I'm still pretty damn fit. I can do 5 chinups, 8 dips, 40 pushups, 3 handstand pushups, run an 11 minute mile, and I don't know my max for situps but after 100, I'm still not tired. Those would be impressive stats by themselves if I were skinny, but factor in my weight...
User avatar #881 - corkscrew (06/11/2013) [-]
those stats you mentioned at the end would be terrible if you were somewhat overweight and god awful for a fit person.
I WALKED a 12 minute mile
also, as far as cardio goes, the calorie burn continues especially if you do it fairly close to when you wake up because then your heart rate is increased for the rest of the day and you burn calories
and with weight machines, yes it is true that many of them are targeted for specific muscles, there are also plenty that use different muscle groups (for instance pulldowns use shoulders, back, biceps)
in short, the gym is far better for you than you make it out to be, particularly because most gyms normally will have pools, basketball, maybe racquetball, etc. that you can use
User avatar #893 - paintplayer (06/11/2013) [-]
Yeah I'm a skinnier guy so for example for the APFT the standards are 2 mins of pushups, 2 mins of situps, and a 2 mile run. The last time I did this test, I did 47 pushups, 58 situps, and ran 2 miles in 12:39. I've come a ways since then but I haven't tested myself by that same system so I'm not sure where I'd be exactly. But I like the gym, I've definitely noticed a change in my health from attending it regularly and while for my applications a gym isn't 100% necessary, it's a nice supplement.
User avatar #428 - hawaiianhappysauce (06/10/2013) [-]
That's what the gym is supposed to be, routine. You wont lose weight if you just go for a month, Just like my case, I won't gain weight if I don't eat more all the time and Continue to exercise.
User avatar #250 - paintplayer (06/10/2013) [-]
As a martial artist/army grunt I've become pretty addicted to routine, so I'm probably bad at giving advice on varying a workout, but I'll try. If you're doing cardio on a treadmill or stationary bike, don't. I hate those things. Go outdoors for cardio unless you're doing sprints or some sort of crossfit type cardio routine. If you don't have an outdoors, try to find those stationary bikes with the built in video games. I'll put the intensity on max and do 12 mile courses on those, it's a blast and afterward you've burned like 800 calories and your legs don't work.

If you've never tried martial arts, you should. I would recommend Taekwondo, Muy Thai, Boxing, Krav Maga, MMA, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. I would not recommend Karate, I found it boring AF. Martial arts are great cause they're essentially crossfit except you learn how to beat people up in the process. I've done Taekwondo for nearly 8 years, and those skills are always burned into your brain.

If you want to see your baseline fitness improve, here's some things you can do at home to make changes with little effort:

Cut out soda, candy, and other processed sugars.
Minimize bread/carb consumption and increase vegetable/lean chicken consumption
Drink 2L of water each day
Knock out 3 minutes of planks, 100 pushups, 100 squats, and 100 situps over the course of each day.

Last bit of advice I would give is work out with other people. I got in way better shape when I found fit, motivated friends and started making my goals to be better than them. A little healthy competition goes a really long way. I never go to the gym alone, because with friends I have a spotter so I can lift more weight and get more out of my workout.

And thanks, I try to be good at motivating people because I want to be a competent officer when my time comes to be in the force.
#114 - Ok here's the real deal. Your bones don't get "bigger&quo…  [+] (14 new replies) 06/10/2013 on Ok +7
User avatar #390 - ompalomper (06/10/2013) [-]
isn't it the middle finger?

i always thought it was the middle finger
User avatar #406 - paintplayer (06/10/2013) [-]
If it's the middle finger, then I'm average to big-boned. If it's index, I think I'm pretty much big-boned. I dunno, I'm just repeating what I've read to be honest.
User avatar #433 - ompalomper (06/10/2013) [-]
aren't we all?

think it would be the middle one, otherwise im really big-boned (about a full inch short)
also, it seems that the fatty in his tard-rage decided to go thumb down all comments here. *sigh* sad how some people behave (says i).
i mean, i recognize that 84kg at a height of 180 is a bit much. im planning on losing those 4 kilos of fat or replacing them with muscles and have started working towards it. no need going around making excuses like im heavily built or anything.

im pretty sure the guy is mostly telling these excuses to himself. self denial is a horrible thing
User avatar #319 - adrilazzaro (06/10/2013) [-]
Woah woah woah, hold the fuck how am i big boned? my finger and thumb are a god inch away but im only 5'7
User avatar #325 - paintplayer (06/10/2013) [-]
Big bones aren't a bad thing man, what do you weigh? I'm "big-boned" but look at my stats, I'm a scrawny guy. It would make sense that I'm big-boned however, since I've done stuff that should have broken my bones but it didn't.
User avatar #334 - adrilazzaro (06/10/2013) [-]
i weight like 140 lb, but i'm kinda lean , since i do quite a lot of running and other sports. I didn't mean big bones to be a bad thing but i find it odd something about me is big since I've always been considered small in everything



except my cock (sorry i had to)
User avatar #169 - GnRNoD (06/10/2013) [-]
Well I was liking your comment till the last part.
I'm not That fat tho, they don't touch by an inch btw.
I don't know why everyone got the idea that I use my big bones as an excuse, I was just saying that I have big bones, I know I'm fat I'm 6 foot 2 inches (I think at least 187,5 cm) and I weight around 286 pounds, But I have a huge body, I should work out I should diet, and I know all of this, but to be honest it doesn't bother me that much, sometimes specially around very fit guys I do feel some "self shame" but usually I don't mind.
User avatar #189 - paintplayer (06/10/2013) [-]
Well here's the thing man, if you are ashamed you should do something about it. I was the fat kid in middle school. I played sports and did taekwondo and everything but in between I was lazy and ate a ton so even though I wasn't fat, I was chubby. In high school I slimmed down a bit just because of puberty, but then I was just scrawny because I didn't work out at all besides taekwondo. It wasn't until college, when I was training for my black belt and trying to get into Army ROTC that I really got into fitness. Now I'm more confident, achieving my goals both physically and in my career and studies, and my girl thinks it's pretty swell too.

Bottom line is: you're going to be self-conscious at first. However, take it from a regular gym-goer, I don't care if you're fat. If you're at the gym trying to improve yourself, you're acceptable in my eyes. However, put in the work. Sweat and breathe heavy. If you're there lifting the five pound dumbbells and texting your friends, I will dislike you because you're unmotivated, blocking the equipment, and bringing down the mood of the weight room. However, if fives are all you can lift, and your phone is in the locker and you're busting your ass to lift those fives, I will respect you. You'll find all aspects of your life improve when you drop the extra weight, so you should give it a try.
User avatar #219 - GnRNoD (06/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, I know, my cousin lost like 80 pounds and he's the happiest he's ever been...
You're good at giving motivation btw.
I tried going to the gym, I am strong and I can lift, and even tho I am screaming for air after 10 minutes of cardio I take the pain and keep going for as long as I have to, so I never really got self-conscious (also at least around here big guys that work at gyms are great guys that motivate you and know just what to say, nothing like the typical stereotype) but thing is I get bored... I go for a month and then I just feel it's too routine like.
User avatar #869 - Daeiros (06/11/2013) [-]
paintplayer said a lot of good stuff, I just want to add some to it.

Cardio is actually a really shitty way to lose weight. You need to spend like 2 hours on a treadmill to lose 1 pound. Interval training is far more effective. If you just jog at a steady pace for a long time, as soon as you stop, the calorie burn stops. If you sprint at maximum warp for a few seconds, then slow down, catch your breath, then haul ass again, you actually end up burning more total calories in less total time and your body will continue to burn for hours and hours afterwards even if you are sleeping.

Muscle burns fat passively and the best way to build muscle is with compound exercise, things that use multiple muscles at once like squats, deadlifts, chinups, pushups etc. Weight machines are terrible for you, they target individual muscles in controlled movements and actually prevent you from building all the little minor muscles that help prevent injury and keep balance. Ditch the machines, go for free weights or body weight exercises.

In fact, I'd save save your time and money and ditch the gym entirely. Going to the gym can get pretty boring and it's easy to give up when you are bored. Do something physical that is fun. like paintplayer said, martial arts are really good. Personally, I'm really into parkour. I'm sure I look ridiculous doing it, but fuck what people think, it's fun and it's great exercise.

I currently weight 280 lbs at 5'9'', according to my bmi scale, if I got down to the health target of 10% body fat, I would still be just over 200 lbs, I'm big, but I'm still pretty damn fit. I can do 5 chinups, 8 dips, 40 pushups, 3 handstand pushups, run an 11 minute mile, and I don't know my max for situps but after 100, I'm still not tired. Those would be impressive stats by themselves if I were skinny, but factor in my weight...
User avatar #881 - corkscrew (06/11/2013) [-]
those stats you mentioned at the end would be terrible if you were somewhat overweight and god awful for a fit person.
I WALKED a 12 minute mile
also, as far as cardio goes, the calorie burn continues especially if you do it fairly close to when you wake up because then your heart rate is increased for the rest of the day and you burn calories
and with weight machines, yes it is true that many of them are targeted for specific muscles, there are also plenty that use different muscle groups (for instance pulldowns use shoulders, back, biceps)
in short, the gym is far better for you than you make it out to be, particularly because most gyms normally will have pools, basketball, maybe racquetball, etc. that you can use
User avatar #893 - paintplayer (06/11/2013) [-]
Yeah I'm a skinnier guy so for example for the APFT the standards are 2 mins of pushups, 2 mins of situps, and a 2 mile run. The last time I did this test, I did 47 pushups, 58 situps, and ran 2 miles in 12:39. I've come a ways since then but I haven't tested myself by that same system so I'm not sure where I'd be exactly. But I like the gym, I've definitely noticed a change in my health from attending it regularly and while for my applications a gym isn't 100% necessary, it's a nice supplement.
User avatar #428 - hawaiianhappysauce (06/10/2013) [-]
That's what the gym is supposed to be, routine. You wont lose weight if you just go for a month, Just like my case, I won't gain weight if I don't eat more all the time and Continue to exercise.
User avatar #250 - paintplayer (06/10/2013) [-]
As a martial artist/army grunt I've become pretty addicted to routine, so I'm probably bad at giving advice on varying a workout, but I'll try. If you're doing cardio on a treadmill or stationary bike, don't. I hate those things. Go outdoors for cardio unless you're doing sprints or some sort of crossfit type cardio routine. If you don't have an outdoors, try to find those stationary bikes with the built in video games. I'll put the intensity on max and do 12 mile courses on those, it's a blast and afterward you've burned like 800 calories and your legs don't work.

If you've never tried martial arts, you should. I would recommend Taekwondo, Muy Thai, Boxing, Krav Maga, MMA, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. I would not recommend Karate, I found it boring AF. Martial arts are great cause they're essentially crossfit except you learn how to beat people up in the process. I've done Taekwondo for nearly 8 years, and those skills are always burned into your brain.

If you want to see your baseline fitness improve, here's some things you can do at home to make changes with little effort:

Cut out soda, candy, and other processed sugars.
Minimize bread/carb consumption and increase vegetable/lean chicken consumption
Drink 2L of water each day
Knock out 3 minutes of planks, 100 pushups, 100 squats, and 100 situps over the course of each day.

Last bit of advice I would give is work out with other people. I got in way better shape when I found fit, motivated friends and started making my goals to be better than them. A little healthy competition goes a really long way. I never go to the gym alone, because with friends I have a spotter so I can lift more weight and get more out of my workout.

And thanks, I try to be good at motivating people because I want to be a competent officer when my time comes to be in the force.
#3 - My dad is a commercial truck driver and he had to do this in h… 06/09/2013 on When the wipers are not... 0
#133 - "An hero" means to commit suicide. It would be hard … 06/09/2013 on EqG 0
#131 - Possible charges: -Theft -Breaking and entering -C…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/09/2013 on EqG 0
#135 - quelloscelto (06/09/2013) [-]
>Impliying this movie wasn't originally planed to be release on theater but directly to TV.
>Implinying this will be a giant blockbuster that will screen worlwide
>Impliying this is a high tier movie like Man of Steel or Star Wars: Episode VII

In any case he has a point and you should consider it, most of the movie leaks comes straight from theaters so this isn't the first time it happens BUT STILL be careful and do it just in the case you feel you can handle all of this without being caught.
#154 - I don't know what #2 and #5 are. I might check to see what #5 … 06/08/2013 on The game: what if +1
#151 - >Not that bad >Lots of gore >Pick one …  [+] (1 new reply) 06/08/2013 on The game: what if 0
#248 - nionnen (06/09/2013) [-]
Well fuck this shit then
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