Is it okay to be going through a gallon of 2% milk every 9-10 days?
Before lifting I hated the stuff and never drank it, now I drink a glass with whey protein after workouts and a 1.25 cups in a smoothie I drink about 6 days a week, going through a gallon in a little over a week.
I'm 27 - 140lbs (lol). Am I going to die if I keep this up.
1.83+ meter 75kg+
I have high as fuck metabolism, can't gain weight no matter how much I eat. I don't work out, cos wouldn't that reduce weight even more? fml help please
The sticky explains it pretty well, but I'll put it in layman's terms and tell you to read the sticky if you want it explained better.
If you wanna get jacked, you gotta overeat and weight train.
You don't have a high metabolism you just don't eat enough. Count your calories and you'll notice. I've been cutting at 1500 for 7 months and I can't believe I was eating more then that. The body adjusts to over and under eating.
My patellar tendons both knees hurt when I drive for over 5 minutes. Even the left knee. Why? Hurts bad too
/fit/, if you could have professional level training and nutrition guidance for free in one of the following areas
b) Weightlifting (aka Oly)
which would you choose?
Also post ur waifu so I know you're serious
>One last exercise left
>Nig on the machine
>Takes 5 minutes rest in between sets
>Leaves towel on the bench while going to talk to the guy at the desk
>I'm fuming with impatience and leave
What do you do in this situation?
And he's only 5'6''.
If you aren't almost a midget, like 5'4'' ~ 5'5'' (every centimeter counts), that's how it goes:
In that other!
When was the last time you actually set foot in the gym, faggot?
Anyone here ever had Lyme Disease?
I had it about a year ago. Had intense fevers, but managed to get on Doxycycline within a week and the symptoms went away.
I know the chronic lyme thing is largely bullshit and hysteria, but my overall energy levels are definitely lower than before I had Lyme. Every couple of weeks I will just have no energy, barely be able to go to work, let alone work out. Also my right eye lid droops now, which I definitely did not have before the Lyme.
Is it possible that my antiobiotic regimen didn't fully wipe out the Lyme? I...
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Doxycycline is used for a lot of different infections but it's only with lyme disease that you get the chronic fatigue. It's not the antibiotics. This is the long term damage from the disease, and your body will need time to repair itself. It might take years depending on your infection. Good news is the infection is no longer there, bad news are your body was used as a battle field for the little bastards long enough to do damage.
So I've read high school biology like everyone else and learned about how insulin regulates blood sugar levels. I know about that diabetes fucks up how your insulin works. Apart from that, I don't know much.
How does insulin affect my training? Insulin seems to be anabolic to its nature, does that mean I can stuff my face with sugars during the entirety of the bulking season? Is insulin = gains? Help me out bros.
DAILY REMINDER IF YOU DONT EAT 12 TIMES A DAY, YOU'RE A FUCKING PUSSY.
How does one achieve Geralt mode?
Why are push-ups so disproportionately difficult for me? I'm new to fit and am just starting to do some basic exercise regularly. I do alright with squats and crunches, but I can only ever do about 8-10 decent push ups before my arms quit on me.
I wouldn't say I'm ridiculously fat but I am a bit over weight, something like 245 lbs at 6'5". Could this be a poor form thing? What sort of exercises should I be doing to try and improve my arm strength?
Look up forms, bro.
I struggled too when before I joined the army, the recruiter had me doing it from my knees because I was overweight.
What really helped my technique was to go really slow, have my arms parallel to the surface, back straight, and try to achieve 90 degree bend.
Slowly go up and down till you feel comfortable or keep going till failure
Try this program, it helped me to get from 20~ to 45~
Does anyone eat bugs for more gains?
I'm being serious.
Not gross at all. I honestly don't know why bug farms haven't popped up all over the world tbqh. You don't get accumulation of toxic chemicals with farm-raised bugs and there are none of the complications that arise from industries like factory fish farms.
I had a friend who tried to start a bug for food business back in the mid '00s and it crashed and burned. Not even third worlders were interested. There will come a time when it becomes socially acceptable and I hope I can cash in.
Can I do Starting Strength workouts 5-6 days a week instead of 3 non consecutive days?
Will it be harmful at all?
I just feel like I can do a lot more than just 3 days.
Brehs, it has started already and its not even 1st of January yet...
Mine too, I can't stand the crowds and waiting for the weights so I started going early. Last week I had some shit to do so I went after work around 6. Never again.
Noob question, when do most people quit?