By now we all know the pros of making it, let's discuss the cons
let's talk "overtraining". Is it bullshit, or a legitimate concern?
I'm 27, and in relatively good health, been lifting for about 2 years and can run a 5k in under 25 minutes. I've always lifted 3x/week but I lift heavy, so my CNS is always in a state of feeling pretty taxed out. Not on gear.
Can a person like me start lifting heavy 5x/week with good effects, or am I setting myself up for failure?
I think when we get together my gym buds and I are intimidating as fuck, trying to think of a name for us, any help /fit/? also we are thinking about all buying compression leggings, any input?
>If I wanted humor I'd just ask how many scoops you take.
I'm one question away from winning a million dollars, the question is:
What is this guy's name again?
So it turns out that I have low B12 despite eating tons of animal proteins.
Have you guys ever gotten B12 injections? How did you feel afterwards?
I moved to a province where doctors give a shit, apparently.
I've had symptoms that can be explained by a B12 deficiency for over a decade and only now did a doctor bother to fucking look at it.
Yes. I'm mad.
What are good ways to spend your time when you're physically and mentally tired but not sleepy?
I haven't got the motivation to do anything any more.
>Cutting for the last 10 months with 500kcal deficit
>For the last 3 I have had a cheat day once a week
>Nothing but carbs (=junk food, candy,chips etc), but not going over maintenance (2700kcal)
>Lifts more or less the same considering I'm on a long ass cut.
Will the cheat day slow down my weight loss?
I know it slows me down by eat least that one day since I usually go maintenance. Sometimes I only eat around 2200 kcal worth of junk and just hang in to the next day. Is there any time lost if I go with the deficit? And If so do you have an estimate how much?
Is this considered fit for a 44 year old man? At that age you really can't push yourself with heavy weights dude to joint issues and inability to recover adequately from workouts.
>Pinnacle of mechanics, aesthetics, movement, posture, flexibility, penis size, safety, everyday and sports carryover
>Feels kind of good until you get to higher weights and your form has a tendency to fuck you in the ass unless you struggle, feels unnatural when you have to avoid leaning forward, can drop the bar behind you easily when lifting on a platform when you fail but there are always safety issues
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But before we start, did mods delete my previous post? I just posted this and nothing happened.
Anyway, All I want to know is what evidence anyone has to his gear use? He's been training for over 10 years and has only now managed to reach the same weight as zyzz.
You poor, poor lost boy.
>after a few years
>you'll know the truth
>mfw thinking of u hurting
hard time gaining muscle, i've been doing 3 sets of 20 push ups, 20 sit ups and 20 squats yet the scales haven't changed. i'm desperate for help, hard gainer here...
Why is cardio always looked down upon in gyms? Every time I go to the gym I'm the only person on the treadmill, and people on forums ridicule dudes who do cardio. What gives?
this. there's something a little potato about burning fossil fuels to provide electricity to rotate a belt under your feet so you can run without the inconvenience of actually going somewhere
Hey /fit/, is heavy lifting bad for your heart?
Is this achievable natty?