I hear people say this all the time at the gym. People complaining about how it's so difficult to eat 3000 calories. Complaining about meal prep. Complaining about their diets.
How is eating hard? I don't understand.
I've been cutting for a month at 1200 cals, but now I've been stuck at 156lbs for four days. Do I need to cut my cals more? Or possibly add in cardio?
So fit which one do you prefer and why ?
I do lowbar since it helped me fix my hip flexor 'injury'. But I also do front squats a lot because lowbar works the outer quads a lot but almost nothing on the inner quads.
Besides front squats is way more fun imo
>that particular smell only chubby girls have
rate my back, /fit/
My 1 rep max right now is only 225 and its embarressing, whats a good beginner program to get it up as fast as possible?
First of all while a 2plaet 1RM isn't something to brag about its hardly embarassing esspecially because it's pretty common to see curlbros grunting and dropping weight on 1 plate deads (it's actually hilarious)
That said I do have a foolproof program for getting sick deadlift gains:
>enter the gym
>"WISH I COULD TURN BACK TIME, TO THE GOOD OLD DAYS"
>MOMMA HIT MY PHONE AND SAID RAP'S NO GOOD
>BETTER THAN HER TELLIN' ME THE CHECK'S NO GOOD
hey /fit/ have you ever run a half marathon? What was your workout and running training?
I'm planning to run one in 3 or 4 months. Currently running 3 km, 3-4 times a week, push ups and pull ups after every run.
What should I focus my progress on, endurance on larger distances or lowering the time per km?
Ran a half last September. I didn't have any kind of structured training though. I just tried to run 3 times a week, one 5k, one 10k, one 15k.
The race itself went well until I started cramping 18k in. Ended up with 1h50.
So, I'd say definitely focus in endurance, and don't worry about speed yet. You'll see the progress really easily with long slow runs
kek half-marathons are my road to salvation after a binge weekend
I have no structured training, I just try to run once every two or sometime three days for about 14k.
Every so often I decide to run 21k, especially after I've eaten too much for my cut.
My advice is to listen to your body, and if you are unable to run 21k then training yourself to reach that distance is more important than getting a good time.
Was wonder how I could recycle my period blood?
Vegan here, I realized it wouldn't be animal suffering if it's my own blood so I was thinking maybe cook vegetables with it to get optimal protein or maybe mix with tomato sauce?
Any other uses for my lady sauce?
Hello im new to fitness and ive scimmed through the 4chan /fit/ wiki and got a few questions.
will my muscle grow undivided or un-aesthetic if i do these exercises only?
Bar not counted with weight. but i think its like 15-20kg.
5x8 squat 15-20kg
5x8 benchpress 15-20kg
and a lot of crunches with weight and without.
this once every 2/3 days and on rest days cardio with rowing device and crunches
What the fuck kind of retarded questions are these? They're impossible to answer. You're doing fuck all for your back and arms though. Nothing but squats and Bench? I'd like to see the results after a year! Like a t-rex with big ol titties.
Read the sticky and come back with coherent questions.
>Ohh mr Rippetoe, c-can i add 3 sets of d-dips or would it be o-o-overtraining?
How do I into this mode /fit/
Just lean, fit, healthy, reasonably low maintenance. I'm travelling up the congo river soon and afterwards will be crossing the atlantic by boat, both with little food and gym
What kind of a monster do you think I am?
It's all I do and think about.
I started lifting 2 months ago, already lost 10 pounds, my biceps are bigger and I'm already lifting almost 50% more then when I started.
I'm 6'0" and 175. I was 185 when I started.
Any one else have trouble focusing on other things? I feel like I have to superset all my daily activities with some sort of weights or push ups.
I can't even sleep properly cause all I'm thinking about is working out.
ss or sl
Got the fitness tests for the police next week, seems I have to get at least level 9 on the bleep test plus some other things. Anyone know how strenuous this is? Also anyone done these tests before?
judging by the plods in my area, not very hard
there are real police, counter terrorism, narcs, plain clothes, serious crime, but you don't see these guys. the average plod just looks like an untrained van driver