Got clear gyno. My chest is fucking huge for someone my size, but holy shit my nipples look retarded. Anyone have any luck with topical shit or testosterone boosters?
This is what women want.
300 to 200lbs.
Will there be saggy skin? I went from 240lbs - 170lbs a few years ago without any.
Maybe you won't have saggy skin. The older you get, the less elastin (stretchy) and more collagen (stiff) connective tissue you have.
Expect it to take about a year to lose 100 lbs.
Advice for switching from bro-split to strength programs? What's good, what's bullshit?
Until you know your rep maxes and have done a strength routine, just ride a beginner routine for as long as you can
Most strength lifters would trade a testicle to be able to do SS forever. 30 lbs on your deadlift every week? Fuuuuuark
I've recently acquired a bro in training, one of my friends who is a spooky skeleton(seriously, nigga weights around 120-130lbs) asked me to get him into lifting. I wanted to know if you guys had any advice for for me. I've never trained anyone before and have no idea what to do with someone in this weight range. Do I just walk him through my normal routine, but have him practice with the empty bar(I really have no idea how much weight this dude can move)?
just start with an empty bar and add weights until his form suffers (because poor technique is impossible to detect if the load is too light), then take a little bit off and explain sets*reps & progress
but his problem is probably eating, he'll skip meals and exaggerate, you probably have to SEE him eat
Can someone help me make sense of pic related please?
I have been lifting for 3 months, doing a mixture of SS with accessories and Crossfit (Max Effort Black Box).
I try to do twice a week of:
3x5 Squat (High Bar)
3x5 Bench Press
3xF Pull-ups (Banded)
3xF Chair dips
3x8 Lat raises
Can also post pic of current body if anyone is interested.
Thank you and God bless.
See all kinds of people talking about OHP.
Decide to do it today for the first time since I started lifting two months ago.
After working 5 by 5 decide to see what my max is
Mfw I can't even bench 205
>ignore DOMS, they said
>go lift anyway, they said
>tfw fail catastrophically on the first set back
>tfw it hurts even harder and deeper than it previously did
I trusted you /fit/
>Go to local health center for diet & fitness coaching
>Recommend daily walks, at least 30 min, preferably an hour
Would that even do anything? I was under the impression that no elevated heart rate means no point. It's called cardio after all.
>not doing GOGMAD
Can you guys do this stretch?
Can someone explain the cut and bulk concept to me.
I'm 5" 7 and 165 lbs. 27.5 BMi.
I want tobe my best self, as in no man boobs and no belly.
What's the course of action? I'm guessing cut and do some SS? I have 4 months to train before I enter Uni. Help me /fit/bros!!
Cutting is losing fat by eating at a caloric deficit, i.e. Eating less calories than you use in a day
Bulking is putting on muscle (and often fat) by eating at a surplus and lifting heavy ass weights
w-what's so bad about 3x5 deadlifts?
why does every porgram say 1x5
nothing wrong with it
the reason why every routine advises for 1x5 is that 1x5 + warm-ups are enough volume for deadlift, while you're able to increase weights every session
just like forearms delts etc benefit from high volume, low weights; deadlifts benefit from low volume, heavy weights
>w-what's so bad about 3x5 deadlifts?
nothing, but it's still low volume
>why does every porgram say 1x5
cause they're pussy programs made by and for pussies
I myself do:
5x8 deadlift on full body day
5x15 rack pull on back/pull day
6x10 RDL on leg day
my split is:
How can I get large when I'm borderline homeless poor.
Buy a fishing pole from Walmart and eat raw fish. Then do body weight exercises using stones and tree limbs for pull ups. Eventually you'll look like this guy as long as you can get your hands on some based coco nuts as well desu senpai good luck on your hobo gains
1 bowl of soured milk
2 pieces of cripsbread with liverwurst
1 glass of natural apple juice
Recently made it a habit to eat this for breakfast, I know it's an improvement since I literally used to eat either nothing or junk food for breakfast before, but I'm curious if this would be considered a healthy breakfast, and if not, what do I change? Have been on zero sugar diets before so I feel iffy about the apple juice and banana, but I'm guessing there's a pretty big difference between this and if I were to replace it with skittles and coca cola.
Looks just fine here, I don't even know what my phone is up to.