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Hey, I recently heard of a one month makeover on tumblr that has gotten some big hype and I am not to sure if I believe it. I sure as hell don't want to spend 15$ on a book that could be utter shit. If you know where I can get a free copy of it I would be really greatful! or know if it works
here is the website http://www.charlotte-kosc.com/
What are your thoughts on intermittent fasting? Have you tried it? What do you think of it? Is it an effective method to lose fat?
I was think of doing something like the warrior diet. I plan on eating a meal at 6 pm, then do my exercises and shit shortly after, then have my second meal at 10 pm, then fast for 20 hours.
Hello, I have done IF for 1 week and have lost about 2 lbs, which not seem like much but I only want to loose 10 lbs so for me it was great. The second day was the only time I was cranky. I honestly think it does the same for me as my normal diet however I fell off the wagon hard, I binge ate shit food for months. The cravings were so bad, i couldn't snap out of it. What IF did for me was stop those cravings and made me realize exactly how much I was over eating.
I cant get the deadlift down fit. No matter how I try it I feel it in my lower back and never in the hams, glutes, and upper back. What can I do? ive watched so many clips on youtube, Mark Rippletits, Elliot, Scott Herman. I cant do it. Help me fit. Youre my only hope
i was doing deadlift today, max effort as usual and on my 6 rep, i felt something "pop" in my head...(right side of the brain, kinda felt like i burst some blood vessel or something in my brain??)
I felt a bit dizzy and a slight headache...they went away only after a minute tho.
Is this shit normal? should I be concerned? I don't want to end up being a potato
kinda a noob, just started lifting and deadlift about 2 months ago.
>people who wear sweatpants, pajama pants, and fitness gear outside of working out or outside of their homes
>being so fucking fat and lazy that you can't even be bothered to take 2 seconds to at least put on a pair of jeans
Is there anything worse /fit/? Are any of you guilty of this atrocity?
Man on days where I don't have to wear a suit/lab coat to school, I wear my workout clothes because there is no dress code and I'm going to the gym right after class/lunch anyway so I don't give a shit it makes more sense and it's more comfortable. I wear a lot of scrubs too. Sometimes if they're clean I'll even lift in them.
Oh, hey there, didn't see you come in. Yes, I'm wearing my pajamas in public. Why? Because they're 100% fleece, and rub my taint in just the right way. While you wageslave c.ucks go about in your stiff, uncomfortable jeans, I'll be relaxing in my sweatpants, keeping warm and cozy.
5 day upper lower (I have an easy semester and lots of free time)
Day 1 - glute/ham focus lower body
3x10 romanian deadlift
3x10 hip thrust
5x5 leg press
Day 2 - upper body
5x5 db shoulder press
3x10 lat pull down
1x failure push ups
3x10 cable row
3x10 tricep push down
Day 3 - quad focused lower body
3x10 machine hack squat
3x5 front squat
Day 4 -upper body
same as day 2
Day 5 - glute/ham focus lower body
5x5 barbell hip thrust
3x10 romanian deadlift
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I know toning is impossible, I'm just talking about the "toned" look. I acknowledged that that has more to do with being lean than lifting.
> but from my understanding that has more to with being lean than lifting
What goes into being able to do this? This right here is the goal. Not the body, the ability. All I want to do is use my core strength to go from a kneeling position to a full handstand and then do a push-up.
Where do you start? Does this ability come naturally after a lot of strength training? If anyone can do this can you tell me what goes into training to do this kind of thing?
A ton of core stability work and balance. This sort of shit is actually hard to do with a lot of bulk. You need to be lean as fuck. I was once 6ft 220 and massive but i dropped to 190 with hella martial arts and yoga/pilates and this sort of shit is my next plan
Holding a clean handstand for an extended period is obviously required.
.9 x bodyweight OHP is required, although you don't necessarily have to train this.
Basic tuck planche is required.
I started out with a great foundation of bodyweight strength and could do it within a week where I did 5 minutes of hand balancing a day after lifting.
Just practice different advanced yoga movements and watch Ido Portal videos. Emulate what you can and the rest will fall into place.
former turner here.
if you want to do handstand presses, without any help and maintain a proper straight form, start EASY.
the FORM is the most important here, form and controle. NOT strenght.
So try handstands against a wall, and practice untill you are familiar with the pose (maybe record yourself to see how straight (or not) your back is) THen increase time, make your body comfortable upside down. Then try handstands without a wall, try to JUST STAY UP. meaning you can move about, move your hands, 'walk on your hands alone' although its not walking, its just trying to not fall over.
the pushup is easy to do when you can master the handstand, if you dont have enough strenght, practice against the wall again.
Help me /fit/, you're my only hope.
I've been lifting for about three years now, I change up my routine once a month and I also run distance twice a week. I've noticed since last spring however that my right side is getting noticeably larger and stronger than my right. What the fuck do I do to stop this? I'm getting super self-conscious about it.
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keep doing everything evenly. don't train the less developed muscle more, do everything evenly. make sure that your technique on your last reps is perfect. don't compensate technique to squeeze in a last rep.
Children of /fit/. There is no sin that cannot be forgiven. Release your burdens and confess your fitness sins.
I don't wipe benches and whatever the fuck I use when I'm done.
I keep fucking up my 'cut'
I'm still losing weight but not as fast as I could be.
>forgive me farther for I have sinned
>he doesn't do cardio, but makes up for it by running to and from the parking lot
>he uses the stairmaster but holds on to the railing the entire time
>that guy that shadowboxes and whistles through teeth with every autistic punch
>guy that wears sandels in the gym
>that guy that's friends with all these guys and doesn't tell them how autistic they are**** i.e. you
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>makes a post about /fit/
>post is /r/ tier
>tons of candy left over from Halloween for the kids that never came
>Friend's birthday dinner with everyone drinking but me
>Aunt brought a cheesecake over
>countless hours in the gym and training
Is making it even worth it? I mean I am doing it- but it seems like you sacrifice a lot.
>Decide to cut
>Ramp up gym time
>6 x 2h every week
>1 hr weight training 1 hr cardio
>Went up to 80 kg
>Never been this heavy
>Guy in gym says I have gotten fat
Might as well kill myself.
Anyone know what these are? Found them on the gym floor so I'm guessing they're creatine or nitric oxide. They don't have any markings though so I'm not sure.
Looking for the tumbler post with a cartoon of two fat white chicks naked, love the body you are in our something.
Then a queer robot/cyborg poc characture