This man was a god damn vegan
>workout every other day
>cycle 10-20km a day
>skiprope 30min a day
>count calories, consume 1,000-1,200 calories a day off of a TDEE of 2,500
>no junk food, no fast food, no soda, no coffee, no dairy, no alcohol; if I didn't make the meal I don't eat it
Typical days worth of meals:
Half bowl of oatmeal with 1 teaspoon of puree'd fruit (eg. blueberry) (est. 180 calories)
Glass of orange juice (90 calories)
3oz of puree'd fruit (est. 80 calories)
Boiled chicken wiener (70 calories)
3oz of solid fruit (est. 60 calories)
100g pork loin or chicken breast (150-250 calories)
Sautee'd vegetables and beans (60-70 calories)
Bowl of tomato soup (100 calories)
Piece of toast (40 calories)
I started this November 1st. I'm 6'0 and was 265lbs. I hit 250lbs very fast, within the first two weeks, then another month I hit 235, then 230. I've been at 230 for the last week and a half. Why have I stopped losing weight? I used to be size 46 jean, now size 40 is a little loose (need belt), but I've hit a wall.
Also: when I say estimated calories, I'm weary of what the packaging says. I buy frozen fruit and make my own puree, I don't get processed garbage. 3oz solid fruit is more like 2oz because space between pieces, but puree'd is measured at 3oz.
Your bod is probably fucked up cause u've been starving yourself. Wtf brah, just take it slow. I'm dieting at 255 and I eat 2250 cals a day. I've lost consistantly 1.2lbs a week for 3 months.
Let's talk body dysmorphia.
How bad have you got it?
The thing that confuses me the most is head size in proportion to body. Some bodies look great when posted with the face cut out. But with the head left in, the bodies look smaller than they are and more achievable. How large is the body really supposed to get?
My normie friends who don't lift always tell me that I'm getting big af, yet I feel small. Even in pics it differs. I look big af in some and I look small in others, same rule applies to mirrors. I don't even know what to believe anymore.
another BDD bro here.
example of someone who has a small head compared to his body. which I think looks better.
>Tfw the average bobybuilder will never look like this ever again.
>Tfw the average bodybuilder would rather look like a roided up nutsack than this.
>not sleeping on your stomach for max. diaphragm gains
>the current year
Anyone getting fit while not eating healthy?
I just don't want to, but I'm seeing some gains so it seems to be working for me.
I drink water, tea, or wine. I eat mostly asian food and enjoy cup noodles and potato chips for snacks.
Eat so poorly and veg the fuck out while stoned at night
Why americans have the legs so slim?
Is like this animal
Fatfuck here, should I just stop eating bread and pasta altogether?
I just got diagnosed with kf, is there any hope left or should i just off myself now?
What do you guys do when you're hungry as fuck to suppress the hunger?
I find that drinking coffee, water, or playing vidya help.
properly count my macros and suppliment nutrients to prevent hunger pangs, even at extreme caloric deficits.
intermittent fasting also helps prevent hunger.
but generally if you are getting enough carbs and fats, hunger pangs aren't a thing.
if you feel ache-type hunger pangs, it could just be depleted liver glycogen.
try eating a small bit of fruit (like those tiny oranges cuties/halos or whatever) or some vitamin gummies with sugar...
if you feel simultaneously hungry and...
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Has anyone here tried the Vivobarefoot RA II?
They seem almost too good to be true, a nice pair of running shoes that could easily be worn to business meetings, but when the manufacturer talks about 'thin soles' and 'minimalist shoes' I get sceptical. Are these things gonna fall apart after a month? Will the soles wear out easily?
Would be interested in hearing from any runners who have tried these before. Especially marathon runners.
>tasty and sweet as fuck
How do they do it? It makes no sense.
Calisthenic workout routine that can be done at home with just a pull up bar and body for a F1 on this chart
What is actually a good time to achieve for 5 miles? (~8km). (male, 18 years, 6'4/ 1,94m bf 16-17%)
Also general running/ jogging etc thread
Depends on how competitive and if you have a benis. As a former xc runner I'd say a little over 30 mins would be great but five mile is such a weird distance I've never seen any times to compare it to.
Also ordered a new pair of brooks today feels good mang
5 mile is a pretty non standard distance to practice, so there's not a lot of data for you to compare to.
Consider running 3 miles/6 miles and you'll have a much easier time gauging yourself.
Is this really what klinefelters looks like?