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Ask your /fit/ related questions here.

[b]Beginner's Health and Fitness Guide, aka "the /fit/ sticky"[/b]
http://liamrosen.com/fitness.html

how do i overcome the wall? i'v been working out for almost a year now, gained about 33lbs mostly muscles.

i have no made any gain in the past 4 months now despite woring out and eating the same way. how do i get past this and gain muscles again?
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 No.15140

>>15121
High T in men and women is associated with bisexuality
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 No.15147

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>>15127
Hey! don't insult her

>>15118
Sorry about that queen, You know I'm always here if you need a baby daddy hahaha
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 No.15148

>>15130
>Why is walking up a wall with your hands from a bridge
Post vid
I can't imagine this
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 No.15149

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 No.15150

>>15149
That's walking down the wall. It's step 8: walking back up it that's really heckin hard.
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 No.15154

>>15149
fuck
i can only fig 96 maybe

dunno what you can use that flexibility for but i want it
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 No.15155

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>>15149
If you can't afford a wall, vidrel is a thrifty alternative
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 No.15160

>>15154
It's not just flexibility. Bridging makes your back super strong, which is useful for all sorts of things.

>>15155
That's impressive but it's only half the motion.
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 No.15172

>>15155
I thought it was a bad idea to come out of stretches using the muscles that you have just stretched.
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 No.15173

>>15172
That's not a stretch, that's a calisthenic maneuver.
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 No.15174

>>15173
I just tried it and it definitively felt like a stretch.
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 No.15175

File: 1618596910082.mp4 (19.27 MB, 1280x720, Yoga Wall Backbending Demo….mp4)

I will never be able to do this
https://youtube.com/watch?v=uD67HaIth5g
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 No.15176

>>15174
Now do it several more times in a row, as a set.
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 No.15177

>>15174
With a gut and upper body as massive as that guy, it's most definitely a strength maneuver for him.
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 No.15178

>>15175
"Fun" fact this is actually bad for your back
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 No.15179

>>15178
Source?
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 No.15180

File: 1618604199636.jpg (21.28 KB, 470x705, contortionist.jpg)

>A medical publication from 2008 suggests that long-term damage to the spine, called scoliosis, is common in long-term contortion practitioners. A study of five practitioners using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) by Peoples et al. documented limbus vertebrae, intervertebral disc bulges, and disc degeneration. Three of the five practitioners also reported back pain.[2]
http://thejns.org/doi/abs/10.3171/SPI/2008/8/6/501
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 No.15181

>>15180
Ouch, well, normal bridges aren't necessarily contortionism. You don't need to smash your hands into your feet like that woman. Pretty small sample size regardless, though.
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 No.15182

>>15181
As a matter of fact, bridges are often prescribed by physical therapists to patients with scoliosis.
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 No.15215

>>15155
mashallah let this infidel nazi die soon with the worst heart attack
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 No.15229

>>14854
Would like to join but kept getting kicked and now I'm banned. Why? I'm not aware of doing anything wrong.
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 No.15297

>>12702
>uneven pushups -> 1/2 one-armed pushups
This progression is ridiculous. Isn't there some other kind of intermediate step here?
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 No.15307

What is the best way to get drunk with least amount of negative impact on my gains? I'm thinking I should wait 48 hours after my last workout and maybe eat all my daily protein in the morning. I think I can even workout on that same day because muscle regeneration doesn't begin immediately anyway.

So it's probably best to just get drunk right after the first workout after a resting day, right?
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 No.15308

>>15307 (me)
>maybe eat all my daily protein in the morning
Or should I first get drunk, then eat protein after I sober up? Alcohol stays in your blood for up to 6 hours, while protein stays in your system for 24 hours. Apparently it's also not very effective to eat that much protein at once, it should be consumed across multiple meals.
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 No.15336

>>15307
Me and my gym buddies used to get smashed every night. Even on a cut, I'd budget in calories for a half pint of whiskey. Stop worrying about micromanaging your entire leaf based around gains. Go to gym, eat protein, sleep long
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 No.15341

>>15090
Stop caring about them. Nobody cares about your stretch marks and neither should you. People you meet don't go about their lives thinking about you or picking out your flaws (real or perceived) in their heads. They think about their own lives and responsibilities. The sooner you learn this, the better.
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 No.15344

What will happen to my body if I lift 1.5Kg objects until exhaustion

I want to see what the body looks like with absurd reps with extremely low weights
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 No.15345

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>>15344
Well Eugen Sandow, the first modern bodybuilder, was known for training using very high reps and low weight.
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 No.15346

>>15345
It's surprising how little bodybuilders know about the soviet system

Shock those muscles, build that tone
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 No.15347

>>15345
hot

>>15346
> know about the soviet system
???
what's that
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 No.15348

>>15347
It's about torturing your body as much as possibly by surprising it with different regimens
Arnold explains it nicely
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 No.15354

>>15348
i knew not having an organized exercise regimen would benefit me someday
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 No.15387

>>15348
Nothing Arnold says about body building can be taken seriously because he's a well-known juicer.
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 No.15437

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>>15387
Well, Arnold's system is different. He's a nazi not a commie.
But the core concept of a "varied-routine" is core to the "soviet system".
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 No.15440

Steroids are so effective at building muscle that people taking them generally put on muscle doing nothing at all faster than people actually doing strength training without them.
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 No.15441

>>15437
>He's a nazi
ayo what
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 No.15452

Can I just get fit doing activities such as biking, hiking, and kayaking? I never liked going to the gym.
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 No.15459

>>15452
Define get fit
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 No.15461

>>15459
Just generally healthy. I don't care about aesthetics or being "strong", I just want to be active and healthy.
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 No.15463

>>15452
If you take it seriously then yes, but just doing those things casually will only get you moderate amount of success
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 No.15464

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You could "get fit" by doing yoga or "get fit" by doing strongman

The choice is yours
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 No.15465

>mfw all the effort and time put into fitness during my youth is being eaten away as aging cripples me and I can’t do all the shit I used to
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 No.15467

>>15464
what about strongman yoga?
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 No.15492

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>>15467
You mean calisthenics.
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 No.15494

>>15465
If you don't already lift, start. If you already do, continue to lift. Trapbar deadlift is probably ideal. Muscle mass/strength is the most important thing for people to be stable on their legs and help prevent slips/falls in older age. Look it up if you don't believe me.
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 No.15505

>>15492
CALICHADS DRAGON UP
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 No.15506

>>15465
i don't understand how that can happen if you're exercising regularly
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 No.15507

>>2726
Gymbod training and gym culture are bourgeois and inherently problematic. A fit, capable body should be a BYPRODUCT of a lifestyle full of work and free from capitalist influence, not the GOAL at the expense of avoiding work and indulging in capitalist (gym) influence. Exercise should be free comrades.
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 No.15509

>>15507
But how is that possible
So much of modern work is computerized
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 No.15515

>>15506
Father Time is undefeated and has a 100% Knockout ratio

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