>have taken some pre-workout supp (have rotated between around 10) 4 days a week for last 6 years without cycling off ever
>highlight of my life is literally the high i get from
>feel like complete shit on days i don't take
am i the only junkie on here?
>fell for the "1g of protein per bodyweight" meme
>disgusting shits, awful farts, pissing all the time, struggling at end of day to devour shitty protein bars or overly-stuffing grilled chicken breasts, etc
>cut down to 0.6g per bodyweight
>10x easier to get my goal
>lifts progressing at exact same rate
Don't fall for the 1g/bw meme guys
Hi guys. Help me settle a bet?
Which of the following is best for maximizing strength? (Forget about getting big, I'm just talking about strength.)
Low Rep / Heavy Weight: 1-6 reps (5 reps on average)
Moderate Rep / Moderate Weight: 7-12 reps (10 reps on average) or
High Rep / Light Weight: 12 reps (15 reps on average)?
Okay so when I'm at gym there is this 9/10 fair skin, black hair, blue eyes, perfect booty, heavenly blessed beauty who stares at me constantly when I'm training and even when I walk past her. I usually just keep my head down and pretend I don't give a fuck whilst listening to music. I'm probably the strongest at my small gym by a long shot (190kg deadlifts for 10 reps and 150kg squat for 8 reps) which I know isn't that great for 4chan standards but everyone stops to watch when I do my sets pretty much. Anyways I pretty much never hold eye contact with...
Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Is it okay to work legs and back on consecutive days once a week? I've heard people suggesting not to do it, but it's kind of impossible for me to avoid. I do a 3 day split, 2 times each 6 days a week. So there's going to be at least one day where I'm doing back/biceps and legs/shoulders back to back. I have never had any problems with it but I just want to make sure I'm not setting myself up to get hurt or something.
>not doing back and legs on the same day
Never gonna make it
I've done it sometimes just out of a time cramp and needing to get some training done.
It's not too bad, but be prepared to feel like shit and feeling gradually weaker with each day until you adjust to it.
Moderate Intensity-Low Volume would be the best way to train legs on a daily basis.
Bout to split a 10 dollar pizza hut box with my mom. No cinnamon sticks just breadsticks and sausage pizza. Am I gonna get fat from this?
>tfw you eat a donut as a preworkout food
How many pull-ups can you do?
Average is apparently 10.
so how many of you guys actually gotten more dates after exercising?
>tfw look great with a shirt on, but look like shit naked
Assuming your diet allows for such a thing/your impulses are bad enough to submit to such a thing,
What's /fit/'s idea of a bedtime/midnight snack.
>What do you have?
>What would you never have?
>Do you have dedicated times to eat/avoid?
I have a fast metabolism, so it really doesn't matter when I eat.
I never had more than 10% bf in my life and I use mass gainers for 2 month now (+800cal daily) aside from this i eat two warm meals+ a decent breakfast with some snacks inbetween.
do a lot of sports tho, so that adds up on my genetically fast metabolism.
So a little while ago I saw someone post on the misc about doing a year long martial arts training camp in China and I got interested. More recently I've been talking to some people about maybe trying to do something with ninjutsu but I can't find any camps that offer the same services (the camp I was looking at in China offered food and shelter for a year) in Japan. Is anyone experienced with that sort of thing that can help?
Why are yall so mean
>tfw i can only bench 65 pounds, 20 yo 150 pounds 5'7
look how lighting and angling can make you look not DYEL
heres another taken just a little before this