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Sigrún is a beautiful name, congratulations!
Daily reminder to do some kind of training, omw to BJJ
Greco Roman is fun but freestyle is more comprehensive
If the people you grapple with don't call you "the onion guy" you're not eating enough
I've seen men cry simply upon entering the same room
I'm on week 3 and I've lost 5% body fat already. Onion a day keeps the soyboys away.
Fuck yes cannot endorse the avatar of the JOOCEY one enough
But I compete in powerlifting so I was okay with the extra shekels for the quality
For something cheaper I can't speak to the quality of the ones provided but I'm sure our brother wouldn't steer you wrong
Strong recommendation on work out or pump up song: Blood and Iron by Hulkoff
The lyrics are epic as fuaaark
I use Salomon boots, GTX2 mid- really like them. Haglöfs backpack
I use belt when squatting 80-85% of my max
Otherwise I don't use one because I want my core to strengthen
It's good that I don't always use one because at my first powerlifting meet I was so nervous I forgot to tighten my belt clasp, but made the lift regardless
In the end you'll be better if you keep going.
Belt exists mostly for safety and for helping maintain internal pressure during a lift by giving your core something to push against
What weight class are You? We have similar numbers @Nick-NJ
@Nick-NJ Damn you're one class below me. Kick ass today
@Havamal respectfully request invite to pagan server
If it is all moms, they might be willing to introduce you to their daughters if you're an upstanding young lad
I think Faye largely ignores, but is aware of the JQ, because he knows the real cure for our sickness is strengthening the European peoples first
Don't text and drive brother, the last thing we need is to endanger ourselves on the road. We're few enough as it is and each of us are valuable
It's a good source of bioavailable protein. I used it for a year and never noticed a difference between that and whey other than texture, taste, etc
I don't like that article. If we should only eat what our Paleolithic ancestors ate then we shouldn't be eating or drinking 90% of what people eat nowadays. No coffee, no avocado, no potatoes, no rice, no tuna, no pineapple, no coconut, etc... it's basically just an anti-dairy article, and at the end they even say that the most interesting point imo (gut bacteria) hasn't had any proven effects positive *or* negative
@Deleted User Thanks for the advice on juicing your greens every day. It's made a noticeable difference for me
@Farmer D What state are you in Rachel? We might have a member near you that can help!
Damn. I'm about 2 hours away. I'd be happy to kind of give you a run down of everything some day but we would have to plan it out. I compete in powerlifting and work at a gym so we could work on making a program or something
It was commandant of the navy ready list when I was in, 2010-2014
You have to search, and then you can look it up by fighter or by event
Is your lower back bothering you, @Pat-MA ?
Or do you just want more ham glute activation/strength gain
It works but the A is now considered unnecessary
Bronkaid is the common go to for ephedrine
Can be bought behind the counter at Walgreens.
Just be careful because it can get your heart rate really high if you do HIIT or any high intensity cardio
And definitely don't do MMA while on it
It's not really a pre workout but it will definitely give you energy
Fat loss occurs on ECA by increasing your resting heart rate. Studies show it helps decrease bodyfat while retaining significant amounts of muscle mass
I'd just go for a preworkout... my favourite is nitraflex from GAT or Bang
I don't know if I've ever felt as good as I have this past week and the only thing I've done differently is get my 5 servings of cruciferous greens in a blender every day for the last two weeks
Cannot recommend this highly enough atm
@Reinhard Wolff very interesting read, thank you! Maybe I'll switch to a different vegetable every couple days
The diet plan the Golden One gave me suggested a 6 egg omelette post workout
Not eating eggs might be heresy, in all actuality
Like TIDE said, go with what works for you (within reason).
Bringing his feet closer together helped him, but doing a wider strongman stance helped me. So it depends on the person
I have 9 chickens and in warm weather we have more eggs than we can possibly use
300g fish (this week is catfish) 100g sweet potato 50g beets or cabbage
People also forget that estrogen isn't all bad
They'll swear off anything with it or that increases it but you need it for strength and a healthy heart as well
That video was very informative! Learned some new stuff @missliterallywho
Always knew salt wasn't necessarily bad for you but didn't know why
Isn't an onion a semipermeable membrane though because of the vacuole present in plant cells?
@Deleted User Thank you Punisher, your advice has made a dent in my training and nutrition in the new year already. People have been asking me what I'm doing differently already
My set up is... grab bar with right hand, lean back and arch my back, put left hand on, push shoulderblades together, pin down shoulders. Lift and tuck elbows closer going down, slight arch of bar path forwad to sternum. Press up along same arch. I am religious about my set up and that's how I got my 410lb bench (and Sheiko programming)
Go immediately before work or immediately after work. Only have caffeine or pre workout before the workout, not before work
Go right after work and bring your gym bag with you, so you don't have an excuse to go home and nap
I also save my caffeine until I'm going to the gym, none in the morning
Yeah and you gotta train yourself not to make excuses and go no matter what. That was and still is the hard part for me
We can always claim them as victories for the movement, and cheer those who completed it- without championing the victory being our own doing
I've heard pea and hemp. It tastes like actual dirt and is kind of chalky, though yeah
I've utilized it before on Sheiko programs
It got me on podium both times and Westside uses it too
I'd probably do more volume in sets if you're gonna do one rep
I usually work up to singles with a high rep low weight, then 60% for 5 reps, 70% for 3, and go to singles
I have bad squatters elbow so I use singles and low reps to keep the inflammation down
If squatting and deadlifting same day I only warm up once but I still follow the 60 70 80
Generally local generic gyms have better environments better hours and more amenities such as a sauna and have less plebes
But it's really about whatever place is convenient enough for you to make a habit out of going
Yeah, there will always be someone there who can explain which machines are what
I pay 45.99 per month for 24 hour fitness
Not sure what YMCA costs but I imagine it's less
Soviet style training techniques and old fashioned hard work
Lb for lb Nick has me beat! It would be a valiant contest to be sure
Your shoulders might have been lacking in pressing power and the incline bench helped your shoulders catch up
Do you usually fail heavy reps on the bottom or top half of the rom?
I don't do decline and haven't done it in years
Bench is better for strength because you can load greater weights, dumbbell will correct any muscular imbalances which is good for injury prevention and symmetry. Barbell works your triceps more, dumbbell works your biceps more (I know it's a pressing movement but studies show high levels of bicep activation in dumbbell press).
Especially if you follow a 4-2 tempo with dumbbell it's really good for hypertrophy due to time under tension
Let me know if you need me to extrapolate that further
@Nick-NJ My last meet was SPF, but the one before that was USPA
My first comp I came in 2nd but the guy who beat me was Tee Popoola and he set a world record so I felt good about it
I always just train lighter but go anyway to "force the weakness out" but I'm old fashioned like that
I can feel my test levels rising already
Still working my way through the Horus Heresy and that's a long read so the Cimmerian will be a welcome fermata
I should do a tested fed because competing against guys on gear is a little skewed haha
Running after lifting boosts hgh production
@Gaius Mucius Scaevola SBD makes the best kneesleeves
One thing to make sure is you're not doing "gay wrist", aka letting your wrist bend backwards on exercises like bench press. You want your hands and wrists to be in line to maximize force output and reduce joint stress
Just a fun tip for everyone. Also you can say fag wrist if you're into that
Deficit deadlift and rackpulls for me today lads, what're you all training in the temple today?
Is it weird that I've never trained Sumo
Haha damn I would never squat anything but lowbar in competition
So I can squat morning the weight if I need to
Ideally you should eat all organic/local
Minimize toxins in the body and be your healthiest self!
It's probably general assumption for most normie males
Fitmales are probably doing fine buy maybe slightly hampered by xenoestrogens
People are fatter and doing more sedentary work, eating way more carbohydrates and less saturated fats and protein
People who don't workout and eat right might have a portion of their grandfather's test but I think most of us in here are doing okay.
If you're working out, eating right, getting adequate sleep, flirting with women and competing with other males in some form you're probably fine
It's not perfect but it's better than a standard scale
Kind of like a whitepills For working out channel?
Quotes, pics, inspirational books, videos
This server is the reason I squeezed in a training session today between my two jobs
Deadlifts work grip strength. Deadlifts might "work the same muscles" but they work them in a different way. Doing only squats is not a substitute for deadlifts. Barbell rows work your biceps but just because they work the same muscles doesn't mean they're a substitute for specific bicep exercises. Adding another heavy, full body lift to your workout will only make you stronger
As for guides, I would look up anything by Boris Sheiko
With proper form and starting off light, and focusing on getting the form first, you won't hurt your back, and are just as safe as you are doing a squat
Good squats. Really try to push through your heels, they're coming up as you go down
@Warren H The FFL workout will get you in amazing shape if you can make it work for you. No gym needed. (If you can, lifting is still great and you should get a membership)
Just got the best parking spot at the gym I've ever had
I use the Reebok lifters and they were only like 90
People lift in socks because you get more contact with the ground and don't have a soft shoe throwing off your balance/making your area you are pushing off smaller
As long as you're using the metrics provided by the same measuring device, then that's all that matters for assessing progress
Never been below 20... currently counting calories on the road to 220lbs from 250
Is the bloatmaxx worth the lack of aesthetics?
Best time is probably right when you wake up
But mostly it's about doing it same time every day
Just don't base your weight goals or diet on what you weigh that day
I'm a big proponent of weighing yourself every day so you have more data
So you know which days you've shit before weighing, drank the night before (degenerate), etc
As long as you don't freak out every time you look at the scale or base everything on your weight weighing yourself every day is fine
Adding more reps or sets is adding volume. Volume being the total amount of lifts. I assume he is suggesting that higher volume is better, and as a beginner you benefit more with extra volume. For example, in a lot of Sheiko routines, the volume is added by the amount of sets instead of reps. You'll end up doing 7-8 sets, but for lower rep counts. As you get further into strength programming and start to use things like Sheiko, Smolov, or Westside, having that "built volume" will help prepare you more than a 3x5 I think. 3x5 is barely anything. 15 reps? 3x8 adds almost 10 reps to your count
Russian coaches say that you should train smaller muscle groups with more volume and larger muscle groups with less volume
R.I.C.E. every day, stay off it as long as you can
I used crutches after I got a similar level ankle sprain during a skydiving landing
I used to do workouts like that when I was younger and had several hours to spend at the gym
I'm a fan of the 60-90 second rest so it lengthens things quite a bit
If you really want to get your squat up do a Smolov Jr cycle
It's a hellish couple months but you'll be the best at squatting you've ever been
During any working set (80%+ for me) I take exorbitantly long breaks
Had 2x5 at 80% for squat today and there's no way I'm not taking at least a couple minutes
The hard days were the 9 rep sets for me
And just knowing that every day at the gym that squat bar is waiting for you
We had to cut the full one short because of a deployment but the squat and overall body gains were unreal
I gained half an inch on my biceps and lost inches around my waist
And to this day my ass got so big girls comment on it regularly
I got up to 265 at my last powerlifting meet so I hear you
I'd listen just because oly lifting is so toight
Yeah. My quads are nothing to laugh at but my hamstrings and glutes are where my gains show
Just be aware of your body and keep the intensity moderate
You'll be fine, I fast once a week and it's all good
Have never used in all my years of lifting but have always thought about trying
I've familiarity with Soviet style training which is different than what most people here do I'm sure
But it's probably best to use a belt if you're worried about it
I squat beltless for almost all of my training
Especially if you're doing lowbar you should probably wear a belt above 85%
But I don't use one and have forgotten to tighten my belt for multiple lifts and training beltless has made it fine
I don't ever go above 85% in training either but that's my program
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