When skin gets sun burnt and repairs, does it come back stronger? Today was a pretty hot day in Bongland (surprisingly) and I was stupid enough to not put sun cream on.
Just wanna know if my situation might potentially have a benefit to it.
If by stronger you mean mildly increased melanin production, yes.
If by stronger you mean massively increased risk of cancers due to all the damage, weakened immune system due to the stress from the damage, wasted resources repairing the damage and having extra fragile skin until it's fully repaired, yes.
He looks so tight.
Lift bro haha gotta lift dude lift weights lift bench press squat gotta lift to be considered a human being now bro.
When did lifting become such a fucking fad meme? Every fucking teenager/collegefag lifts now, from athletes to robots. It used to be something reserved for athletes, now its all anyone can ever fucking talk about.
Not running, calisthenics, climbing, biking etc etc... its only lifting. What is this shit? Why is lifting this huge thing now?
>When did lifting become such a fucking fad meme?
Probably has to do with your social circle dude. I don't actually think you are correct though some people are interested in getting healthier.
Social media has made the population more narcissistic. Its easy to post a photo with some hashtag and get likes. As for only sticking to lifting and not other sports, it's probably because its easier to go to the gym than to learn a new sport or find people to play with.
Don't trust my opinion though.
I want to start working out twice a day. What times are optimal and should I do AA or AB?
I worked out twice today?
Do it if you want, but you're going to have to fuel yourself properly. Worth noting I split each workout for muscle groups to not wreck them. Also 2 large sets of cardio in each workout.
Have eaten a shitload today though.
New episode up, boys.. who else you know with
>Tom plats of abs
>Whitest teeth you ever seen
>Lifts for brocolini
This episode really begs the question..
Is Lenny the king of fit??
Are somatypes a meme?
Feels like all their saying is "you're skinny", "you're muscular" or "you're fat".
Obviously this system cannot be used if people actively shape their bodies so the question is:
How are they determined?
If they are genetic how do you find out what type you are?
And if they aren't: what's the point? I don't need a fancy word to tell someone to eat less and train more.
Or are they even applicable at all?
>Feels like all their saying is "you're skinny", "you're muscular" or "you're fat".
That's pretty much it.
Pic related is all the same dude. Somatypes with regards to genetics are bullshit
whats /fit/ excuse for not eating one of these a day?
>Be bored, eat
>Be angry, eat
>Be stressed, eat
>Be sad, eat
>Be watching something, eat throughout the whole thing
Not even healthy food but all junk food
How do you deal with emotional eating /fit/?
So as you can see i have a problem with wide hips. And i feel like i have to to hide them all the time. None of my friends has it.. and i feel insecure when someone comments on it. So What is the best exersices to make them less noticable.
Is Danica Patrick natty?
I just listened to radio and a grill there said that the gym is a good place to hit on girls.
I'm confused now.
Has anyone had treatment for varicose veins?
Ive had them for about 13 years, but I dont think I can ignore it any longer. Booked a doctors appointment but its not for a few weeks
What can I expect if I do get treatment?
I got some pretty entertaining answers last time when I made a thread asking /fit/ some GCSE level anatomy and physiology questions
SECTION 1 THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM
a) Define the sliding filament theory
b) What is the structure of Myofibrils?
c) Describe the role of the Sacrotuberus
SECTION 2 THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM
a) Explain what is meant by the term coronary circulation
b) Why does the heart require a constant supply of blood?
c) What is meant by the valsalva effect?
SECTION 3 THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
a) In your own words,...
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How can I stop my hands from hurting so much when I do deadlifts?
I literally can't progress on deadlifts because my hands hurt so damn much. Its like the whole time I'm holding the bar my hands are screaming in pain. It makes it nearly impossible to concentrate and keep a good grip. And because of this the bar ends up falling out of my hands.
It sucks because I know my back and legs can lift so much more. But my hands can't take it. I've tried gripping the bar all sorts of different ways and none of it completely solves the issue.
Let's get a Motivation Thread going.You Want her back Lift chicks like muscle men Bigger Better Faster Stronger.