Does anyone know any good sites I can purchase adderall from? I'm getting deep into my cut and I have difficulty focusing/concentrating on work and don't want to fall behind at work. Thanks in advance my fellow /fit/izens
Should I lean bulk or dirty bulk if I'm 6'1 132 lbs? I would like to gain weight as quick as possible through dirty bulking but I would also like to get more lean through lean bulking.
I would recommend an in between. A lean bulk is 300 kcal over maintenance, so I'd suggest you bulk at 500 kcal over maintenance. You're skinny enough that it'll work.
JUST MAKE SURE YOU FUCKING LIFT.
Why do you drink and do drugs?
You know it's bad for your health right?
>fitness fitness fitness fitness fitness fitness
Why aren't you working out twice a day?
>BuiId more muscIe mass
>Burn more actuaI fat
>More fIexibIe with Iarger range of motion working sets twice a day
>Extend period of caIoric burn
>Higher naturaI test
>Can have 2 rest days (the entire weekend, or one day cardio)
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Het /fit, how is my baseline? I gave been considering to start working out :)
>summer is coming quickly and im still stuck in auschwitz mode
Im adding armwork to literally every day fuck these stick arms
>I'm still stuck
Height/weight? Better to live as a skellington than die a curlbro. Overtraining arms early in your lifting career will make you look like a retard the rest of your life
Help me fit.
Just got an x-ray at the doctor's and my growth plates still haven't closed. He said they'll most likely close within a year. What can I do to actually increase my height in the next year. I'm currently a 5'9" manlet.
>mfw I'm a 22 y/old 5'6 manlet who's gulping pinneapples like crazy in the hope that my growth plates aren't yet closed.
>mfw hgh is illegal in my country
redpill me on cigarettes, looking to quit
some fag is tryna tell me that doing 2 grip exercises at the end of each lift is a sign i fuck around in the gym.
do people really not do grip work?
>if you're deadlifting heavy just hold each rep at the top for a few seconds
this is not the same as a farmer's walk
if you have access to proper farmers implements they are far, far superior
Turns out the person who I got /fit/ for announced today that they're a lesbian.
Hey everyone, I've never posted here before so I hope I can get some help. So I just signed up at the gym and I've been going mon-fri for 2 weeks. I'm a 20 year old Male 6'1 and 155 pounds. My goal is to be significantly bigger by September (5 months) is it possible that if I keep going everyday and doing my solid routine with my solid diet? Any tips? Thanks in advance
You're not going to get significantly more muscle, no.
You could get the illusion of being bigger if you're eating a lot though, but it's mostly going to be fat.
Read the sticky, use google or use your own common sense. Don't make new threads that are blog posts. Try and lurk and learn and contribute instead of shit posting.
Of course you'll gain weight and look bigger if you eat right and lift right for five months. That's obvious. Your question contributes nothing to the board and doesn't even leave room for any intelligent discussion.
I'm finally shelling out for a gym membership, after 2 years of home-gym glory.
I know what I'm doing; I don't need a personal trainer. I just want to lift heavy shit and make gains.
What kinds of questions should I ask before committing to a new gym? Mainly issues that would be easy to overlook. The ones I'm looking at have decent free-weight areas and no lunk-alarms, so I've got the obvious covered.
Why Natty old people still look great while Roidfags look like fatties?
This is me lads, 6'1 194 lb of garbage, just started lifting. Do I have potential? Any good tips besides sticky?
Seriously though, what do you think? I used to think I looked average, decent, until one day I looked critically at myself and realized I'm not.
I've changed diet and been lifting for a week, feels alright so far. Hoping to cut down to 165 lbs than start bulking.
Anyone here row?
I'm interested in getting a rowing machine for my new home gym. I've heard that rowing is pretty much as good as running, but better on your joints, and better than 99% of the other cardio machines out there.
Also I heard that they're like a bunch of little mini-deadlifts/cardio version of deadlifting.
Is it true? Also, if you have any recommendations for not so expensive rowing models let me know.
Used to row in high school. Real rowing was a pain in the ass, working these machines was the best part. At one point they actually set up a 10000meter race using these in middle of the winter. It's fun, but if the money is coming out your own pocket I wouldn't do it. I can go to three gyms: my school's, the Ys, and a community gym and they all have one of these.