Message from Deleted User in Fitness #lifting
@GDoctor glad I'm not the only one who goes to planet fitness lol.
It's not bad, but I still prefer my college's gym.
I'm in a small town. Had a great gym that was 24 hours all the free weights and machines anyone could want. Not much riff raft, never busy and no spin classes or any of that bs. Then planet fitness came to town and put them out of business. I held off for almost a year before joining hoping another one would open.
I don't see how other gyms can compete, kinda sad
My dream would be to open a right wing gym
Like operation Gym Crow
In my small town made up of mostly upper middle class family's ofcourse they want to go with the trendy name. I think most of the people only pay their memberships to have the tag on their key rings. While the ones whom actually work out and go to the gym 3 to 5 times a week would prefer a "real" gym.
Lmao, I've seen too many people like that..
I got injured 4 months ago. Haven't lifted or eaten right since. Back in the gym today and my squat 1rm went from 375 to 340.
I am confused but very pleased
I dropped from 190 to 155...
I don't understand really
Strong lifts are more about conditioning your central nervous system not your muscles.
We need to make a real life Goys Gym like in the Chad nationalism video.
Sure. I just figured that there would be a drop off. I look like a Good Soyim right now
But I'm still stronk
Will return to posting in this server now I'm no longer a bitch
Planet fitness must be a jew run organization
Very generic, no sense of culture or local community
@Phoenix- GA#1420 you’re 155 right now?
@Deleted User when I was 18-20 I was taking cheat codes went from 135-140 to 175-180 had kids got married and all that stuff. Quit working out until a couple of years ago and got back up to a natural 160 and now I'm 175 and stronger than ever.
Nice. I have a small natural disability and I spent 2013- around cville 2 lifting and doing lots of work to keep my body in shape, naturally. Did some martial arts, got a knee to my back which led to a kidney infection, which swelled and btfod my back. But I went from 120 in 2012 to about 190 at 15% in August.
I pretty much stopped eating after due to stress from law school, women, and all the witch hunting, dropped to about 155-160 where I am now
That is my biggest problem is my diet. It is hard to maintain a strict diet living a busy life and raising 3 kids.
So I'm starting to get more in to lifting instead of purely staying lean and relatively strong. One of the big things recommended to me was pre workout and protein. Any recommendations?
I'd like to know that as well ^^^ I make a protein shake with glutamine and creatine after my lifting, but what are the benefits of any sort of pre-workout supplement?
coffee is all you need
not saying that you "need" a preworkout anyways
i don't use one
I use NOxplode. i go to the gym at 6am during work days and i need a preworkout to help me wake up and be functional in the gym
Funny story about NOxplode- my roommate in college bought that stuff, went to the gym twice, then just drank it in the morning before class to "help him wake up"
yeah it gives you a nice euphoric feeling
So it's literally just a pick me up/ caffeine boost/ alertness tool, no muscular benefits?
What about protein powders?
What would be ideal there
It is designed to be taken before lifting heavy weights. Not a simple caffeine boost
Ok thanks for the info, I'll pick some up and give it a try.
The only advice I can give on all that stuff is it is not regulated by the FDA so be very careful
Defintiely researcha a product before buying it
Absolutely. I research everything, ESPECIALLY something I'm going to ingest.