Okay /fit/ I need some help with my deadlift. Currently at 335 max and I'm looking for 405 by september. I think that's achievable. Anyway, I'm worried that I'm not programming correctly for proper progression. Currently I'm deadlifting 2-3x a week, never working above 80% of my 1rm. I usually do singles, but I try to do maybe 5-10 over the course of a couple hours (home gym). I feel like my training has little direction. What programs/routines helped you with your diddy the most? Is a 70lb increase possible in ~4months? I'm not scared of hard work,...
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What should my lifts be at before I stop doing SS
1RM of 1/2/3/4 plates for press/Bench/squat/diddy
More or less. If you reached none of those, keep doing it.
If you haven't reached squat, keep doing it.
If you reached squat+diddy, stop doing it.
If you reached squat+any other combo, you decide.
> 10/10 girl starts doing yoga in front of you
> mfw i have to awkwardly look off to the side and I can't look forward now while doing my workout or I'll be looking straight at her fucking ass
Thanks a lot you fucking succubus
What are you 15 years old? Its not illegal to look at someone you raging faggot. Girls who wear those pants want you to look, they just act disgusted when they catch you looking because they don't want other girls to know that they enjoy the attention
I'm going to Tim Hortons in a few minutes. What should I get?
Hi there, need advice on TRAINING ROUTINE, This photo is about year old. Now im 20 y/o, currenty starting my cut. Now doing this routine for about two years with some modifications every couple of weeks and startin to feel my progress stopping. On top of that I feel like im beaten up, joints crackin, shoulders poppin, fucked up my right hand wrist, lower back cracks and pops when doing squats or just after sitting too much. Also i notice that if i do regular training routine my shoulders tends to go forwards, any way, any advice appreciated, here what my
CURRENT ROUTINE looks...
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I need advice on new training routine, so musles wouldnt have imbalances ---> shoulders, back, wrist would not crack, a routine for cutting, with tons of volume preferably. idk i just feel like my progress has stopped.
Hey guys, I'm new. My PT sent me this to use as a routine, is it any good?
no mirin thread?
lets change that
>go to the supermarket today
>see 10/10 qt at the checkout counter
>she scanning my items for me
>she looks at me and smiles and asks how my day is going
fuaaark today is a good day, share your mirin stories brahs
random qt3.14 comes up to me during my shift and asked for help (work on ground level at a appliance store) wastes my time a bit. find out later with my group of pals that she just wanted to talk to me and apparently kept checking out my gains. (been lifting for 3 months now) fuuuuuuuuuark
she was mirin
are u retarded this shit happend to me today, girls never smile at me. im making it
Are women with angular jaws considered masculine?
How would Aragorn train? He's always said to be strong, athletic, and an exceptional warrior.
This question led me onto the broader one of how people in medieval times, knights and warrior kings such as Richard the Lionheart, would have trained. Their diets would presumably have been much poorer, and they didn't have the luxury of weight training as we know it today; so if someone wanted to become stronger on the battlefield, or become more athletic, what would they have done?
>Their diets would presumably have been much poorer
And it would be a mix of calisthenics, probably wrestling, fencing, some cultures did strongman-esque training with stones and logs etc.
Hi /fit/. I've got a nasty beer belly but not much fat elsewhere. I read on the guide that spot reduction is a myth, which sounds right, but if I can't exercise one specific part of my body and lose weight there, then how come I can gain fat in that specific part of the body?
pic semi related i guess
[spoiler]also is it feasible to burn a bunch of stomach fat in 20 days or so[/spoiler]
Different parts of the body store more fat than others.
You will have gained fat in other areas too. Just less noticeable.
Think of gaining and losing fat as if you are filling and emptying a swimming pool.
Your belly is the deep end, so the water goes there first and leaves last. And when full, has the most water (fat) over it.
The shallow end (forearms, shoulders, calves for example) gets full last and has less water/fat over it.
Thanks anon. This fat stuff is really jarring to me; I spent the first 19 years of my life being a twig and recently gained a ton of weight in the past two. I guess it was just a perception thing.
>fell for the "exercise gives you more energy" meme
>constantly sleepy all the time
>barely able to keep my eyes open after workouts
what's the deal /fit/ you sold me a bill of goods
>that guy who drinks water between every set
How do you thickin that muscle near the armpit. I want mine to look like my friends in this pic. How do you get that contour. Mine are flat, is that from being a fatass? I want my pits to be pits. Mine are not, is there a workout or do I just need to lose weight.
What's the most efficient way to eat eggs?
Boiled? Scrambled? Poached?
I don't care for taste I just want as many of them in me as fast and as painless as possible.
Are you guys actual happy after you reached your prefered weight ? Is it just a meme ?
people say like
>It’s the experience of joy that you’ve known when something terrific happened
>like getting that job you were hoping for, how great you felt when you finally got the job you wanted
>or that great car you had your eye on
>or when you went on the best vacation of your life
You were tremendously happy, right? RIGHT?
Yes, I feel normal now. It's wonderful. You don't really notice it in your everyday life, but you really do gain a lot of confidence and feel like you can do anything, go anywhere without worrying.
It's more of an absence of worry than true happiness, but it's great. Being fat really does drag you down. Even if you don't notice it, once you lose that weight you'll notice the lack of it (worry).