I read the sticky, and didn't see anything this specific, and I had a few questions.
I'm 19, 6'0", 160-65lbs. Not concerned about gaining weight, and as a hungry skeleton, definitely don't need to lose weight.
I've exercised before in the past. When I was 16 and a lot chubbier I found a Insanity dvd set for like $10 and I figured why the fuck not. I did it for 8 months (Not following any diet plan) and just got bored of it after losing the weight. Since then I'm stuck in skeletor mode because my metabolism keeps my weight at a...
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This Monday I fucked up my ankle pretty bad and I have a doctor's appointment later. I can't walk on it properly and I can sorta move it. I'm thinking it's a torn ligament. I'm trying to get a cast so I can get help pulling bitches. Is there anything I should say to the doctor to make him feel like I should get a cast?
i need to get a 12 in the beep test to join the army. ive got 6 months to train the test twice a week but i have exercise induced asthma and can only make it to 9. am i gonna make it bros?
What makes girls hormones rage
Until there poosi pops when looking at guys
>mfw there are people on /fit/ who havent hit 1/2/3/4 within two years
You are aware either your training/program is shit, you arent placing enough effort into your lifts, or you arent eating/sleeping enough right?
Kek, with even a HALF DECENT routine and proper diet 1/2/3/4 should be reached within 8-12 months TOPS. If you can't, there's literally something biologically wrong with you, or you're not even trying.
I hit 1,2 in 6 months.
Took like 4 years for me to hit 3/4.
Makes no sense though, because my lower body overpowers my upper-body, even though I am technically much stronger with upper-body.
different goals maybe?
>mfw there are people on /fit/ who can't do formidable face pose within two years
>mfw there are people on /fit/ who can't run a sub 5 mile within two years
>mfw there are people on /fit/ who can't do a HSPU within two years
What happens if you do SIX (6) reps?
Your gains will go through the roof.
That is actually a calculation error.
For 6 reps, it goes through the roof, but due to the way this graph is plotted, it shows up as zero.
6 reps is actually the best.
I couldn't do it bros.
I finally got a qt3.14 gf. Everything's been going great, but today we tried to have sex and I lost my boner. I couldn't get it back once it was gone either. I'm a healthy 26yo man, I lift, run, don't smoke, drink, etc. I hadn't jerked off in 5 days either.
Why aren't you bulking on Dave's Triples yet /fit/? Move the fuck over, McDouble shills, there's a new king in town.
Are you even trying other bulking foods?
I was doing what elliot hulse recomended in this video today for shoulder pain which isnt too too bad but it can kind of suck. But I tried supinated deadlifts today with 135lbs and omfg my shoulder by the biceps tendon hurts so bad right now idk why. Did i start too heavy? Why is it hurting like this?
Here is the elliot hulse video
Here is the video of me doing the supinated deadlifts.
Daily reminder that Jason Blaha is a sad and pathetic loser:
OP, you might want to delete this thread...
Hey /fit/, I don't really browse this board but I was wondering if it is realistic to gain some muscle mass in roughly 7 weeks. Keep in mind that I am 6 foot, and 127 pounds (skinny as hell)
127lbs...nigga you could get 25lbs just from eating normally. What do you eat, breakfast only? Eat normally, lift some shit...like yourself can you even do a pushup, go do it
Who /stallingonOHP/ here?
I want to become flexible as fuck to improve in acrobacies
apparently stretching 10 minutes a day isnt enough
if you are flexible please spare a light on the subject/share training plans, etc.
stretch dynamically while doing warmups
stretch statically while doing warmdowns
google those terms if you don't know them
do the same stretches every day even if you're not working out
progressively stretch more and more each time
One of my calves is significantly larger than the other. It looks weird af. How do I fix it /fit/?
Look up what exercises target gastrocnemius and soleus muscles
focus more on your right leg on those exercises, you could probably offset it by just lifting a little higher weight with your right leg than left.
Are you already going to the gym? how did this imbalance happen
Alright, plank thread time. Last two digits are the number of seconds you have to hold it. Alphas hold for the last 3 digits