Message from Nikephoros in Vibrant Diversity #general
I just picked up weights for the first time in 5 weeks last Monday. Legs still hurt. I've been doing all body weight exercises with heavy cardio
Ah shit you're right
Well fuck I just realized I didn't leave a link to Starting Strength
actually nevermind its there
we just had a lot of links this week
Question: When it comes to arm physique, is it all genetics whether your arm (after bulking) looks round or angular, or is there a sure-fire way to alway bulk up to this shape? http://cdn-maf2.heartyhosting.com/sites/muscleandfitness.com/files/styles/full_node_image_1090x614/public/forearm_9.jpg?itok=-ZtQwjsY
A lot has to do with genetics. My base line body is dense muscle with middle of the road def and low body fat. I have to diet hard to get super ripped
It's very difficult for me
There is no such thing as spot reduction either. If ur gonna lose weight it will be all over
I've gotten past the point of losing weight
My goals now are all about getting big again, the right way.
Gotta eat big to get big
Build hurting bombs
Anti Nigger Artillery
Tfw my sternum sticks out when I flex my abs
@Gray That's true, but I have this perscription of Vyvanse and Adderall so I'm never really hungry. I've gotta eat on schedule, not on hunger.
Every 2 hours
Come to think of it, lent is next week so I gotta break out my homebrew vegan protien mix.
I start my day off with a bacon egg and cheese
Vegan protein is just dried plant cum
I made my own mix
Meat loaf for lunch
@Nikephoros The best thing I've found to build forearms is doing as many things as possible in the farmer carry with dumb bells
step ups, lunges, etc. also doing farmer walks as heavy as possible (AHAP) for a set distance or as far as possible with a set weight
farmer carry: holding dumb bells at your side as opposed to a bar on your back
That is pretty good. I found my arms looked the best when I was working in a restaurant as a busboy. Lifting that tub of dishes really made my forearms develop some nice definition.
Nothing substitutes a jack hammee