Hey bros. Experiencing some major lightheadedness, dizzy spells, seeing stars.
Could it be tense muscles? I've gone a few weeks heavy without getting a massage from my dad. I haven't had an adjustment in a couple of months and my neck posture is pretty shitty too.
My traps, neck are back of my head are pretty fucking tense, but could this cause all of these symptoms, or am I fucked up!? Seeing a doctor soon.
Why do I suck so much?
I can only deddy about 95-100lbs!
Should I try lifting more and risk hurting my lower spine ???
Ok I know my form is good
My problem is I'm scared of going higher. I really don't want to ingure my back
Have you ever blacked out when lifting heavy?
Will breathing correctly prevent this?
Yeah when I was a babby and learning to deadlift I didn't know how to breath properly and ended up fainting for a few seconds after my final pull. Breathing correctly is all it takes to fix that problem, though.
ever since winter turned up my knees have been hurting whenever i go out into the cold and when ever i do my first set of legs (stops after first set)
what is the issue here and will knee wraps help?
I'm having similar problems. Living in the UK and as soon as cooler weather comes in my knees start to ache. They are fine moving and when legs are straight but if sat for a while they kill me.
How old are you OP? I'm 25.
I've just been massaging and eating tonnes of fish. Not sure if it's helping.
live in mid england
got some fish oil that expired in oct last year so might start on that again.
20 years old
i've started trying to warm them up by doing using the cross trainer or stair climbing thing before squats but im not sure its helping.
What went right?
That guy still looks like that one bad guy who the villian in a movie keeps in reserve.
Like the dude you know for a fact is going to fuck shit up at a certain point in the film.
>that first Ssip of the day
So basically I can bench 45kg easily for 3 sets of 5 without a spotter
But when I try lifting 50kg, I can barely manage a single set with the spotter helping me out
This has been for about 2 weeks
How do i close that 5kg gap?
Hey, I'm pretty new here. Been on a track to fitness for the past few months now. I have some posture issues from years of sitting hunched over a computer desk while obese I'm trying to correct. It gets a little more complicated than just that, as I did end up going to see a doctor due to back pain, where I found I also have a slight curve and an additional vertebrae.
He doesn't recommend a Chiropractor and pretty much told me I was just going to have to live with the pain, so I kind of want to rise up and then kick this doctors ass, you know?
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Is he natty
Walk into the gym
Hit play on phone
>when you walk away
>you don't hear me say
>please oh baby, don't go
>simple and clean that you make me feel tonight
One day you'll uuuuuunderstand what I meant when I said no. I don't think life is quite that simple
Hey /fit/ , Managed to break my wrist and ankle whilst out cycling. Even after they're out of casts they won't be at fell strength for a while.
How do you guys deal with the nolifts that come from breaks and sprains?
and normies thinks cardio killing gains is a meme
what are /fit/'s thoughts on compression gear
pic loosely related
Give me some inspiration /fit/
My plane leaves in 3 days and I want to prepare some food good for etleast 1/2 days (rest I can by at a local mall. So no stuff that expires quickly out of the fridge.
So far I have:
-Some random fruits and vegetabales
-I also want to bring protien powder but Im afraid theyll mistake it for being coke.
*bulks for a month*
A whole month? Are you crazy? You might accidentally end up looking like this, which is disgusting.
Personally I just want to tone
how do I get abs like this?
Guys, I need fucking help
My farting has gotten OUT OF CONTROL lately
I don't just fart 100+ times a day, they smell awful and the smell lingers for long
Weird part is my diet is quite normal, I eat broccoli, rice, chicken, oats, etc.
Please guys, it's starting to kill my social life
What the fuck do I do?
Yes, I have the same problem.
>I eat broccoli, rice, chicken, oats, etc.
Broccoli and oats will do it, m80. High fiber foods seem to really increase flatulence. I've been told that if you on a super high fiber diet, e.g. vegan, your flatulence will go through the roof but then eventually your body will adjust to it and you'll be okay. But I'm afraid to try.
Those foods with high fiber components have a greater capacity to be fermented by your gut bacteria, producing gas. I'm not sure what effects fart composition but I'd imagine that a prolonged high fiber diet kills off bacteria that contribute to smelly farts
anybody know if it's worth the money ?
eBook: Waist Trimmer Guide by Artemus Dolgin
whew what a fucking ride
I've spent the last year and half shilling & shitposting for trump, about 8 hours a day, needless to say I've gained a lot of weight
how do I lose weight?
What did my shit mean by this?
It's like meatballs lol
>Want to make gains
>fat gyno tits will get worse if I bulk
>loosing wait will give me no gains
>do 10 pushups after every episode of anime
>started watching short anime first (12 eps)
>eventually progress into longer anime
>start doing 20 pushups and continually adding more after every episode
>watched Gintama, LOGH and a few big titles like this
Guys wtf anime gave me big gainz why are u even going to the gym when u can watch anime
What are some workouts?
Long story short I signed up for a gym and mistook a smith machine for a power rack while taking a look before signing up.
I'm changing gym next month but until then I want to know what I can do to prepare my body for squats, any other exercises to strengthen my legs overall?
What are the best vegetables for mental health?
I've started eating a lot more brocolli, cauliflower asparagus and carrot and noticed my anxiety go down and my general mood go up.
what other veggies should I eat regularly?
Rich is really getting cucked hard this time isn't it bros?
>is visibly upset
>talking really in really low, slow drawn out sentences
>lips keep trembling
>"she just married me for a green card"
so, this is my shit. im trying to become healthier, but do I have to give up worcestershire?
Been incorporating dropsets into many of my workouts, and have been seeing some major gains over the past month of doing so. What's /fit/'s opinion of dropsets, and why aren't you doing them?
Was watching some videos on youtube and this played before a video.
I propose this bacomes a /fit/ anthem for a month
>seven weeks into rippertoe strength changing
>decide to eat chicken wings before whatever
>puke all over the treadmill
so is that normal?
as a general rule of thumb, never eat anything solid 2 hours before exercise. normal lifting is okay, but if you doing cardio its definately not, since when you contract your core muscles, you increase intra-abdominal pressure causing food to puke up easier.
its especially worse whne you start doing situps, crunches, or russian twists. even drinking water immediately before can have dire consequences.
sometimes when im doing a long set (>50) i can feel the liquid reflux back into my mouth and have to swallow it
Finally done with my bulk, gonna start cutting. Have slowly gained form from using spinning bike and treadmill, gonna start some 2-3 mile runs.
Also, today is the last night I spend at my old house, gonna move out to TexASS, but for a career choice and I'm kinda hyped. Most importantly, I finally kissed my oneitis of 3 years. Holy shit, I feel so happy. You guys are awesome and I have learned a lot from browsing /fit/ since 2013. I just wanted to share how happy I feel to finally start to see my hard work pay off (~10 lbs muscle from bulk, actual "career"...
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That's great to hear man. I've finally found a career that I enjoy and am spending every spare hour I have studying towards that goal (software development). Been a while since I felt this driven.
And yeah you can talk a lot of shit on 4chan but at the end of the day I've learned a lot here in the past 7-8 years on and off.