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File: 8b4c574d446af95⋯.png (227.05 KB, 867x625, 867:625, noCarbQuestion.png)

995877  No.149957[Reply]

I'm a fat man losing weight by alternating between weightlifting and cardio. I've already lost 5 kg and gained a bit of muscle, so it's all working.

My diet is 180g of protein and 30g of fat (+1 multivitamin). Protein makes me feel full and it's actually difficult to eat enough of it. I haven't been eating any carbs, which the bodybuilding forums disapprove of for no clear reasons. The only argument I've found is that it lowers my metabolism. I'm not going hungry, nor am I missing energy for my workout/day. If I have to eat some I'll go for oatmeal, but I don't want to, so I'll only do it if it's necessary.

Is it actually unhealthy not to eat carbs in my case? Is it actually counterproductive to my fat loss efforts?

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079ec0  No.149959

I'll also add that your body needs carbs and protein to build muscle mass, especially carbs. People on the low-carb diets are just wasting away rather than losing fat. Carbs help you preserve your muscle mass while you lose fat. The number on the scale may go down at a slower rate, but at least you're lost the numbers from the right source

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079ec0  No.149960

And stay away from processed food, especially bread even if it's whole grain. They load their shit with all kinds of sugar. If you're gonna get commercial bread, go for Ezekiel's or Dave's Killer Bread, though I prefer the former's low sodium variety.

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000000  No.149961

>>149957

You need carbs to live.

- carbs create water weight helping your muscles look bigger and you can drink less water

- carbs will make you hungry all day long which allows you to develop willpower to overcome cravings

- carbs help you shit more which provides more regular shitting

Obviously there are good carbs and bad carbs. Bad carbs are things like gluten, fat, sugar, sodium, heavy metals. Good carbs are things like fibre, glycogen, threonine, aspartame.

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079ec0  No.149962

>>149961

>000000

>heavy metals are a carb

every time

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fcc0ed  No.150048

you shouldn't be eating at all you fat fuck

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950051  No.150045[Reply]

insomnia, it truly is terrible sometimes, I just lay there with my eyes closed for hours on end.

anyone please give me advice,

been off meth for 4 months

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File: dfbb1980fe361a9⋯.jpg (40.69 KB, 700x290, 70:29, methbrains_8_19.jpg)

12147d  No.150033[Reply]

anybody else quit drugs and or alcohol?

i quit a year meth habit, been sober for more than 3 months and exercise is really the only thing that makes me feel normal.

without exercise i feel awful. I don't want accomplish anything if i don't exercise.

sometimes I get insomnia, it truly is terrible sometimes, I just lay there with my eyes closed for hours on end. I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy. I get memories of trauma if I'm bored.

i regret smoking.meth….

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ba4a2c  No.150038

File: b5d4a8ff32f12a9⋯.png (186.99 KB, 750x918, 125:153, image0-20.png)

Same with my cronic porn addiction. Working out is the only thing that makes me feel happy

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File: 1fe2179f0fa76e1⋯.jpg (29.77 KB, 574x528, 287:264, 87d.jpg)

1a33a0  No.150026[Reply]

>TFW I really want Taco Bell, but must cut and fast

>wellshit.png.bmp.jpg-backup3.jpg

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d93c47  No.150027

File: f4500a2295bd4c3⋯.gif (29.55 KB, 135x146, 135:146, konata.gif)

remember why you are doing this op. stay strong and resist any urges to give in

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f6f387  No.150028

File: 21599f6c689131a⋯.jpg (162.55 KB, 1400x850, 28:17, reBELL-and-enjoy-tacos-any….jpg)

>>150026

This could be you, OP. Make a run for the border, faggot.

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90e492  No.150030

>>150026

Just go lift and grab Taco Bell on your way home. You gotta have protein and carbs after you lift anyway, and you can really enjoy it if you've just done some heavy squats or something

t. Taco Bell enthusiast

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1298a3  No.150035

File: 7b63132646be3b2⋯.jpg (25.32 KB, 640x481, 640:481, 6nq2zfbpidq31.jpg)

>>150026

>Taco shit yourself bell

What you crave is fat and protein. Eat some motherfucking beef and leave out the trash they put in taco bell.

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File: 656844f14149379⋯.jpg (89.76 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, what_is_cardio-1024x768[1].jpg)

0af96d  No.149862[Reply]

Greetings all. What is your favorite cardio routine?

>Treadmills?

>Stair-climbers?

>HIIT?

>Running/sprinting/jogging/power walking?

What is your go to for cardiovascular health?

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01ce28  No.149868

Call me a fuccboi, but rather than lifting with 1-2 minutes of rest between a sets I lift in a circuit / CrossFit style to shorten workout times and to have cardio come as a by-product of eating ass and lifting fast

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9813a1  No.149871

>>149862

I do a variation of HIIT in the lap pool on non-lifting days. My current regimen is as follows:

>8 lengths at about 50% intensity to warm up

<Interval 1 - repeat 4 times

>1 length at 100%

>1 length at 60%

<Interval 2 - repeat 3 times

>2 lengths at 100%

>1 length at 60%

<Interval 3 - repeat 2 times

>4 lengths at 100%

>2 lengths at 60%

>Walk the length of the pool until you've recovered

>Do it again

I look silly doing this next to people doing endurance training but idgaf. I have adjusted this plan to correspond to my fitness level. You might need to do more or less. That said, when properly adjusted to your fitness level, I don't think there's a better way to do HIIT training (or any cardio exercise for that manner) than in the lap pool. High-intensity swimming is so much better than doing intense polymetric / CrossFit dumbfuckery and injuring yourself.

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23093e  No.149878

I have a treadmill desk, so I walk at least 5 miles a day. I play vidya and watch movies at the same time as I walk

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24473c  No.150015

>>149862

Outdoor running, usually variations of jogging and sprinting, and when im inside the gym its always an intense 15 mins HIIT on the bicycle after lifting.

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7fb457  No.150032

>>149862

If the weather's nice, biking. I have a 4-mile route around my neighborhood that has lots of hills and such. I bike it for time. If I'm going really full-steam on highest gear, I can do it in about 23 minutes (I'm on a cheapo heavy-ass mountain bike, for context). Doing this daily is the only I have ever had visible abs in my life.

If I'm in the gym: walking on a treadmill at about 2.8-3.0 mph, on an incline of at least 10-12. Even just ten minutes of this shit will make you sweat. I've done it for 30-45 minutes a few times and looked like I just took a shower. Doesn't sound like much but it's great and doesn't involve pounding your joints like running does.

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File: e3584bce75503d5⋯.jpeg (18.81 KB, 566x542, 283:271, images (4).jpeg)

94e5af  No.150020[Reply]

I pinched a nerve in my knee. How long should I wait before I can run and exercise again?

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193fe2  No.150024

Ask a doctor

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679258  No.150029

dont run or you risk having your knee amputated

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File: 011bcf633053bfe⋯.jpg (368.58 KB, 1242x1374, 207:229, 1556971872109.jpg)

72ed70  No.149552[Reply]

I spend too much time in the gym to finish my routine. Help me cut it a little smaller (also any advice is welcome):

ABXABXX

A (chest, biceps, shoulder)

>Bench press 5x5

>Incline bench press 5x5

>Decline bench press 5x5

>Seated chest flyes on machine 5x6

>Push ups 5x10

>Barbell curls 5x5-8

>Dumbell curls 5x5-8

>Dumbell hammer curl 5x5-6

>Cable curls 5x5

>OHP 5x5

>Lateral raises 2x5-8

>Front raises 2x5-8

B (back, triceps, legs)

>Lat pull down behind neck wide grip 5x5

>Lat pull down to chest close grip 5x5

>One arm dumbell row 5x8-10

>T bar row machine 5x5-8

>Wide grip seated row machine 5x5-8

>Triceps rope pull down 5x5-8

>Single arm tricep cable pull down 5x5-8

>Laying dumbell tricep extension 5x5

>Dips 5x10-12

>Low cable triceps extension over head 5x5-8

>Calf raises machine 5x10-15

>Calf extension in press 5x10

>Press 5x6

>Quad extensions on machine 5x6

Ocasionally do abs and lower back

It seems like a lot, but I switch from exercise between rests. It takes me about 1.30 - 1.50 hs each day.

I would like to spend less time in the gym, but I think all exercises I do are important, and if I drop one of them I think I'm not pushing myself hard enough.

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c6e499  No.149593

listen up fucker

stop looking at naked butts

kikes don't shove down your throat nudity and whatnot for no reason

be a man

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1af5d7  No.149600

>>149593

>da j00z

Can you prove your conspiracy theory, /pol/mao?

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319212  No.150000

>>149552

Do a day of bench press and rows, pullups, finish with abs

Do a day of barbell squats, finish with abs

Rest

Repeat

You're doing way too much. Fewer intense exercises are better than a bunch of less-intense ones

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b85f35  No.150022

File: f0629567092243f⋯.jpg (138.71 KB, 1252x704, 313:176, americanpsycho.jpg)

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4ec043  No.150025

>>149552

>doing 6 different exercises to hit the same muscle

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File: 951dc6a1519df69⋯.jpg (37.01 KB, 612x373, 612:373, 53828f650d582de4d2d849e826….jpg)

8d487c  No.149783[Reply]

What's this meme about forced water drinking? Even if not thirsty, dipshits advocate drinking at least 3L water a day. For what purpose?

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6acb3b  No.149899

File: 067d19bdbf37c3e⋯.jpg (42.48 KB, 446x594, 223:297, 1433183536250.jpg)

>>149783

>drinking 3 litres of water a day

I used to drink like 4 litres of water a day and my skin looked fucking amazing. Your organs drink that shit up quite literally and it optimises all your bodies systems. I'm trying to water-max again, the only downside is needing to piss way more.

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bc0a4a  No.149998

File: 9b939e68fa9e701⋯.jpg (73.65 KB, 915x813, 305:271, Term Smile.jpg)

>>149783

In Arnold's Enclyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding, he says:

"Without sufficient intake of water, you become dehydrated. Your body begins to retain water to protect itself, and much of this water is stored subcutaneously, which smooths out the muscular definition dramatically.

"Retained water becomes contaminated because your kidneys can't filter out contaminants properly…. the liver is then called upon to help… which interferes with one of its main functions, breaking down body fat. So without sufficient water in your body you're likely to end up water-logged, bloated, and obese…" (pg. 714-715)

And there you have it.

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ac7d0a  No.150003

If I don't drink any water in a day my pee is still between yellow and near clear every time. What's the deal?

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e93909  No.150011

>>149783

I always drink water to look younger and fresh

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e93909  No.150012

>>149783

Coconut Juice more effective for cleansing toxic

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File: 349865d5d27dfee⋯.jpg (101.73 KB, 654x500, 327:250, 2years.jpg)

9347fb  No.135964[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

any anon actually making progress?

>be me

>be 2016

>weigh 236

>find fit

>2 years later

>weigh 158

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dbb4f5  No.149056

>>148933

You need to work on your pecs, and your abdominis rectus. Push-ups and mountain climbers until you puke.

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210c33  No.149101

>get on scales

>as of today I have now lost 1/3 of my bodyweight

>50kg down, another 20kg to go

We're all gonna make it.

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5ac6ff  No.149141

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6528b0  No.150007

>>147738

keep lifting dude, nowhere near god aesthetics, but it's good to hear you're feeling more confident : )

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f440e4  No.150009

Bruh I feel you, I am an endomorph manlet (5'11) and decided to go Keto. Sadly it just made me into a skeleton. I literally hammer KJ like crazy to keep me above weight.

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c5007e  No.150006[Reply]

i just trained my arms, chest and shoulders like crazy today and my thighs are having sympathy pains and numbness. is that a thing?

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dad7b8  No.150008

Can't see how

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9d8d50  No.149462[Reply]

Is rest a necessary requirement for gains/growth?

Or is it okay to not take 3 days off? I ask "3" because I usually hear people say 4 on 3 off. I like to do 5 of 7 in a week with the two off days just randomly interspersed when I can't get off my lazy ass.

Also. I'm a newfag to /fit/ in general;

How long should it take to see big gains in bench press?

I'm a weakfag and only did 6 sets of 95 yesterday. Could likely do a set of 110-115? if I started with just that and was done.

set = 12 reps

How quickly could I reasonably expect to hit 150 pounds from 95lbs?

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1a658b  No.149635

File: 0ab10bf966b8c75⋯.jpg (123.36 KB, 680x960, 17:24, 1edafaaa6f4b8afb.jpg)

>>149627

Your post makes no sense.

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97b5ba  No.149908

>>149462

>no rest no recovery

>no recovery no heal

>no heal no grow

>no grow no gains

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97b5ba  No.149909

>>149464

wait this dude died? when? last I saw he was feeding his fat dog loads of protein powder until it turned into a whale.

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49de1a  No.149996

>>149462

Rest is really important.

I really love training, like I fuckin love going to the gym and seeing my buddies and pumping iron. I have to make myself take days off, though, because training every day will definitely set you back… you get sore, but more importantly, you get weak.

I have found that only training legs twice a week (one day for bar squats, another day for everything else - various machine presses, etc) actually gives me more gains than an every-other-day approach. Same with upper body. Really the only thing I do every gym session is abs, and that's to keep my back healthy more than anything.

Everybody is different, but for me personally, two days of legs and two days of upper body (big compound movements that hit multiple big muscles) and really giving it your all is much more effective than a half-ass daily workouts.

Rest days can include walks and biking - I usually do my cardio on "rest" days. Just no weights.

tl;dr: rest is just as important (if not more) than training.

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6d9c0f  No.150002

>>149909

He died like 2 years ago

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031033  No.149667[Reply]

In terms of muscular growth, exercising every muscle group everyday but a small number of sets is better than doing more sets on specific days of the week to keep the muscle rest?

My goal is to reach 10 sets for every muscle group every week and I ask you how it would be more efficient: 1 set daily for 4 days and 2 sets for the other 3 or 3 sets for the upper/lower body everyday (alternating)

I have dumbbells at home so I don't have to change my schedule for going to the gym

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f2f4de  No.149673

>>149667

Each day 10 sets ( or as many as you can) for 1 or 2 mucle groups would be a better idea. The goal is to "break" the muscle during one training, not slighty tiring it every day.

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4aff4f  No.149999

>>149667

I just posted a lengthy reply about this on the "rest" thread. https://8kun.top/fit/res/149462.html#q149996

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941fa9  No.149694[Reply]

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aac77f  No.149755

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94d613  No.149760

>>149743

A trick I like for making situps more difficult is the simple "add some weight to it" and just hold a dumbbell to my chest. Works wonders and helps me actually fatigue my core

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1c492a  No.149867

honestly i can get abs just by doing leg raises 3 times a week and a little cardio session twice a week, slightly restricted calorie or restricted eating window. easy

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c5d8b2  No.149900

>>149743

Crunches can give you hernias if you blow out your muscles by over working them or just not stopping when your body is telling you "I SWEAR IM GONNA FUCKING BREAK".

pro tips:

everything you said, including the side crunches, but this:

>lower abdominals = leg lifts

>mid abdominals = crunches

>upper abdominimnunbonnabel snowmens = sit ups

thats how you target all abs + of course those side crunches for the side abs.

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edd57c  No.149997

>>149694

As others have mentioned, things like squats, etc are great for building muscle in your core. It's just that most of us can't see the definition because humans naturally store fat there, so you've really got to be lean to see it. The only way I can get visible, effortless abs is by riding my bicycle every day so I lose fat.

For building the muscle:

I like to do knee-to-chest stuff, like one leg at a time, alternating. I put on a song on my iPod and just do it at varying speeds for the entirety of the song.

I also do crunches holding a 25-pound plate. This guy gets it ——- >>149760

>>149743

Planks are great. Agreed. There's a lot of variations of planks, too.

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5bc254  No.149989[Reply]

Daily reminder that lifting naturally is a waste of time and effort in modern times. All that effort and for what? There is barely any changes in hypertrophy and strength lifting naturally compared to using steroids. Just hop on TRT or steroids guys, dont miss out on life.

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5bc254  No.149990

File: 3cdbfec44599370⋯.png (477.72 KB, 600x600, 1:1, main-qimg-8ee7d0ad0b0d8949….png)

Do you want to look like this?

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5bc254  No.149991

File: 85f5599fb8987f2⋯.jpg (81.06 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, tac-dung-cua-steroid.jpg)

Or this? To anyone arguing about health benefit, unless you roid up like a retard like Zyzz and dont consult with a proper doctor, you are going to live a reasonably healthy life.

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e431a7  No.149828[Reply]

I stopped doing that two months ago, and I still get extremely tired after eating carbohydrates such as bread, pasta or rice. Even resistant starches which do not spike insulin make me tired. I'm getting increasingly anxious that sticking to low-carb, fasting and keto routine for so long has broken my metabolism or gut microbiomes or both irreversibly because I'm not seeing signs of any improvements.

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c23d6b  No.149930

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c23d6b  No.149931

>>149830

bro-tier advice

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c23d6b  No.149932

>>149830

bro-tier advice (as in good I mean)

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c23d6b  No.149933

>>149834

>>149846

>read reviews

>do research on this

>then before doing anything ask your doctor

>if doc says yes, put this stuff on oats (don't cook it)

>liver = feel better

REMEMBER ASK DOCTOR.

(remove spaces)

http s://www.am azon. com/Starwest- Botanicals- Organic- Thistle-Po wder/d p/ B00 ZDA NON W/re f= sr_ 1_5? key words=organic+milk+thistle+powder& qid =1 57 80 9 481 2& s r=8- 5

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301e0a  No.149987

>>149828

>He fell for the Keto meme

Anon, you should know better than following meme diets,silly!

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