Does anyone have more of these?
What is /fit/'s opinion on dyeing your hair to achieve maximum facial aesthetics?
you're actually retarded.
It's about changing your hair to suit your face structure and eye colour. Not everyone has your interest in nazis.
Toning is great, but I think the majority of how you look is in the cut and not the colour.
Exactly what I meant as OP.
While I do agree that haircut makes a big difference, I'd argue maybe color makes even more so. In that pic, Evan's hair looks relatively flat and dorky in the left and extremely layered on the right with the change of colors.
I'm considering doing something similar but I'm undecided.
i fucking love lifting and jiu jitsu, but my shoulder just popped out for the second time. the first time was a posterior dislocation while surfing. this time i got an anterior dislocation on a rope swing. went for it and just heard that sound a chicken wing makes when you twist it apart. i have done so much training on range of motion and my rotator cuffs since the first time and it didnt help one bit. should i take up swimming to strengthen my rotators or just accept that this will happen all the time and learn how to relocate it myself?
>Easy to progress/micro load
>Good contraction of desired muscles
>Hard to cheat
>Hard to hurt yourself
Chinups and deadlifts:
1) fit every single one of your criteria (except being an actual row)
2) are all you need for an amazing back
But you won't take that for an answer, so i say chest supported rows.
Has anyone else here fallen for the "cardio is bad" meme?
I can unironically say that cardio has more of a health benefit than lifting ever has. It's actually pretty fun and feels nice too, I thoroughly enjoy it
a buddy of mine that's like 9% bodyfat told me that once you get lean, it's pretty hard to fuck it up unless you completely stop going to the gym and disregarding diet completely. He said the hardest part of getting lean is doing it for the first time, after that it's easy.
Can anyone confirm? Pic unrelated
lol I'm cutting right now bud I just wanted to know if it's easier to stay lean once you've been there
I see here you put "lifting" as a special skill. Care to elaborate as to how that would help us here?
holy fuck brosplitters blown the fuck out
>tfw you'll never be cw smith's manlet side kick
Hey guys, I have had some shoulder issues and I believe it all has stemmed from bad posture. So I decided I would work on my deadlift form again. I have been doing corrective deadlifts and I think I have finally started to get them down. I am trying to keep a complete neutral spine and it is tough to do but im proud of my progress. Here is today's video, just hit 95lbs.
Let me know what you think. Thanks much.
The reasoning is so I can que myself to have great posture from the Top, like chest up shoulders down and back and all of that and start into the movement. It wont permantely be like this, but since I am not at a plate yet I figured I would continue this way. Another reason is because the 25's are so small that its further into the ground, and its just more convenient to get it from a rack and then go into the movement, but they arent rack pulls because its just how i grab it out of the rack. Also thank you for the advice
Better get used to pulling them from the floor anyway. If the plates are too small you can put a couple of plates under them to bring the bar up. Is what I used to do.
Also might not wanna pull these for reps of 10 once you get the form right (and it looks right enough). You could probably pull 1 plate easily for 5 reps or more. Trust me, I started off doing every compound for 10-rep sets (muh hypertrophy!) and later realized how much friggin' time I had been wasting. I started reaaaal low on the deads...
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Squat Rack (pic related), FID Bench, Lat Pull Down, Olympic EZ Curl Bar, Olympic 7ft 45lb bar, Standard Dumbbell Handles, Olympic Weights, and Standard Weights
ITT: post your home gym, swap exercises that can be done with minimal equipment, etc.
My question is, whenever my cable goes out on my lat pull down, where do I buy another one? Is there a company that does custom length, coated cables? I have no idea what brand the lat pull down is, as I bought it from someone off CL.
The bench I have with it.
I have similar to you OP/
Squat rack similar to yours but has lat pulldown and pec fly station built into the back/top of it.
iron weights (2x45, 4x35, 2x25, 2x10, 4x5, 2x2.5)
adjustable dumbbells that go up to 105 lbs
gymnastic rings to do dips/pullups from
I can hit every exercise i need which is nice now that i just got the dumbbells
What would you do if you had 3 months to get in the absolute best shape of your life?
You're starting off in decent shape and you're not going to use roids.
What a vague topic. Everyone has 3 months and more to get jacked. Next time specify that it's 3 months with no other obligations, unlimited free time and access to the best foods and possibly supplements, no worries except solid training.
What are you gym confessions /fit/?
>I listen to Anime intros when I'm working out
Wow dude that's fucking gay as shit.
Anyway, my thing is that every once in a while I'll develop a crush on another male at the gym.
I'm relatively good looking, in decent shape (working out for like a year), have a girlfriend, high paying job, and normal friends. None of them would ever know.
I'm afraid of the day when it happens and if he starts talking to me. I'll blush so obviously it's going to be gay as fuck senpai.
>Be me. Have this girl come over late one night
>Start making out, move to the bedroom. Get naked
>Feel stomach burblin' with turbulence
>Can't tell if latent fart stepping up to bat from the on-deck cage doing practice swings or if I'm just hungry
>Stop banging and say "Excuse but my gains", go to the kitchen just to be sure
>She asks where I'm goin and say I'll...
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>Hey how much you lift?
>Me? i lift (x)
>Cool i lift (x+20)
Anyone ever tried carb cycling while bulking? I have done it while cutting and it works awesome, but i am interested in knowing if it works the other way as well? any opinions?
I've also done it for cutting and don't see a reason why it wouldn't work for bulking. The only downside is eating all that food that tastes like sand. Bulking is supposed to be the "funnier times"
google scooby carb cycling and read it up.
Basically what it does is that by cutting carbs your body is using fat cells as energy(why low carb diets work). Body gets used to that soon though so you have to load up on carbs every few days