So, if I undertstood the sticky correctly, no matter what type of shit I eat, as long as I do not exceed the determined calorie limit, I should be fine? Even if I eat junk and sugary shit?
Pic semi-related, its my current bod, put it here so you guys could feel better about yourselves and maybe answer my question
No you've got it wrong.
Ideally hit minimum protein requirements.
Then hit minimum fat requirements ( this isn't hard)
Then as long as your eating enough you are okay, if your exercise routine is good and consistent you'll make gains. Note, calorie counting, for all the shit it gets, can be useful at first, because you'd be surprised how much you have to eat.
Secondary to all this, you're going to be a lot better of health wise if you're eating fruits veggies, and eating oily fish a couple of times a week.
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So I tried to compact the sticky into easy to follow notes that I can easily refer to as I'm making my diet, and I also tried to pick out my first workout routine, can some of you guys check it out for me?
How do I into big ass traps? (No homo)
But seriously what are the best trap destroying exercises?
best to do face pulls with snatch grip 3x10
then medium weight shrugs 7x10 with 30 seconds rest between sets.
Anything else to life that work, lifting and women breaking your heart?
Do my arms look big to you /fit/? Big, average, lean?
Need another point of view
Thoughts on this book and his creator, /fit/? Have you ever tried it?
Also no equipment fitness general, share your stories and shit like that
Bronson is a fascinating man. One real crazy guy.
I'd be interested to read this.
in the book he says he laughs a lot and do funny faces because in his opinion it helps with depression and being alone
>Go to gym in the morning before work
>Feel great for the rest of the morning
>Literally dead from fatigue at 2pm
Anyone know any way to deal with this? Are caffeine pills the only option?
why do people do something different once or a few times and then come and complain
it takes weeks for the body to adjust to a new training time, if not months.
if you're a night lifter, don't expect to start lifting in the morning and expect to feel normal during the day, same for if you're a morning lifter and start lifting at night.
The absolute madman.
Is this what people wanted? Some of the more classy physiques coming back?
Interview starts at 6:10
What are your preferred assistance lifts for the big 3 three lifts?
GHR, paused squat
Suitcase deadlift, paused DL
Pin press, plyo push-ups
Hello /fit/ I've decided to train punching, have you got any advices/books/tips?
Also motivation threat - pic related, it's me at 18 and then 19 when I said to myself "time to change goy". Lost 15kg, gained some muscles.
And It's me now after 3 months at gym.
My weight - 71kg, 1.74m, 20yo,
My life records:
Deep squat - 80kg
Deadlift - 100kg
Bench press - 60kg
Dips with 20kg
A few years of office work life and bad eating habits has left me about 10hs overweight, I am also lacking muscle.
I am not particularly interested in lifting weights, and I have a prior knee injury so running frequently is not really an option.
Could I get shredder if I put in an intense 30 mins on a rowing machine every morning?
Be 100% honest with me /fit/.
Is this achievable natty?
Take a look at connection between the traps, delts and upper chest....they're very sus, could just be a good pump + good angle + good lighting....but still...the rest looks possible natty.
That all said, if this is some type of fitness guy, he is most definitely on at least SOMETHING, not much, very light dosages, but something.
>Myprotein Impact Whey Flavor recommendation general
I'm about to finish my 2,5kg of chocolate brownie, it's pretty nice but not awesome (with milk). I'm kind of bored of the chocolate taste so I'm looking for something that tastes more fruity or with vanilla, got some good recommendation (I'm going to drink it with milk) ?
>with 16 oz chocolate milk
All that sugar...
From those that I've tried I'd recommend straciatella, rocky road or anything chocolate-related.
I'd avoid fruity tastes because they always taste like shit and because mixing them with milk will make that even more obvious.
So this is 4chan, and I get that it's our full-time job to be faggots all the time, but I want to seriously reach out for help here.
So I'm 6'2'', I'm 18, and I probably weigh like 150 pounds or something. I'm on the computer all day, schooling online and vidya in my free time. I'm moving out of the house soon, though. Going to be living in student housing for college, and I'm really worried about being physically independent since I'm super weak.
I want to get strong. I'm not overly concerned about aesthetic gains, as I think just a fit body looks nice enough. I want to be strong enough that I don't have to worry about moving a box, or opening a jar, or any other shit that comes up in my daily life.
I'm setting my time-frame as 3-months. Within these months, I want to drop the junk, start eating healthy, working out regularly, and become an over-all fit person. I understand that this is just a start, but I think that this is a decent and realistic time frame to set myself up with the base I need to stay healthy.
Can anyone on here give me some information on where to start? I've read the sticky, but I want some hands-on info here. Simple-yet-complicated stuff, like what to eat, how to work out, and how to keep track of myself is what I'm looking for. At home, I have a set of 25-pound adjustable handweights, and a bike-holder thing to bike indoors. I can probably get a gym membership without a hassle, but I'd like to know what I can do at home when I can't make it out to a gym AS WELL AS what I should try to do in a gym.
If you have a question that you think would help you help me, I'll try to answer.
Share your knowledge with me /fit/.
I have, that's how serious I am about this.
>watching female pov VR video
>spread legs while guy fucking you
>notice he has dyel arms
>non existant pecs
>almost lose boner
You have ruined me /fit/