Have the people with acne tried showering less?
It's the same idea as not using products on your hair so much, will make you produce less sebum after a while + gives you more healthy bacteria on your skin which protects you from diseases.
I bring this up cause they did a segment on it on german tv (and I'm a good little sheep) and I noticed I have showered maybe once a month in the past year and have almost perfect skin, not even blackheads or those white things near your eyelids like I used to have as a young adult
perhaps it's worth a try?
>I have showered maybe once a month in the past year
Don't fuck around with acne, just go see a dermatologist.
I messed around for 4 years, thinking each new moisturiser or supplement or whatever was going to be the magic cure.
Went to a derm, did a quick accutane cycle and my skin is better than ever, and all I do is splash my face in the shower and use a small amount of Eucerin moistuser.
Recently my schedule has changed, I get up at 8 am and get back home at 8 pm, making it a real pain to go to the gym. I've been skipping it lately.
You're going to have to change your routine up a bit to compensate for either lack of going to the gym or lack of frequency. By doing a full body workout or something split up into less days, and then spending more time in the daya that you ARE able to train, you should be fine.
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H8 'em and r8 'em boys
Pic related it's me
I've been told i look like channing tatum's retarded brother, I see it.
I just consumed 12 bananas and a gallon of milk fit. Whats going to happen?
>hey anon, we're having cake in the break room!
Help me /fit/. I'm 5'10 and just weight in at 177lb. I've been stuck at this body fat % range (13%~) for a long time. I feel like if I eat less I just lose muscle. I tried yohimbine but again lost muscle and gained weight due to water retention.
I just started EC stack again, but I know you can't do cardio on it. So my question is should I stop the EC and lift and do cardio, or just do EC and lift? Given I'm cutting and eating clean (tracking calories and all).
>He doesn't meditate 20 minutes every morning
Never gonna make it, brah
calling a probably around fourthousand year old tradition which has been practiced in probably every world religion "current craze"
Seems like I know who isn't getting rid of his ego properly.
What do you think people are more attracted to, someone who looks big but isn't strong ("aesthetic") or someone who looks like he can fight and protect himself and those he love?
Girls want that Greek ideal, someone who is physically fit, both strong and with high endurance, but also intellectually adept. A real man should be swole of body and mind.
Normal people hardly care about powerlifters and strongmen unless they show off their strength. An aesthetic young man is far more impressive both in looks and strength to their eyes. They assume that shredded = strong. This is kinda true as even if you train for hypertrophy you'll still be way stronger than the average man. Also, both suck at fighting.
There's no "real man" as everybody has his own definition.
>implying someone who trains for strength who isn't fat as fuck wouldn't be considered aesthetic in the eyes of non-lifters
You said it yourself, "who isn't fat as fuck". Normally if you lift for stength you're not supposed to care about your abs or bodyfat unless you want to say in x class division. Just look at Jason Blaha.
You know the drill.
>5'6" (source: http://contest.bodybuilding.com/bio/10712/ )
>claims to have 20" arms
Are power cleans getting you weird looks?
I swear to god anytime i clean the bar either for OHP or power cleans, some one is staring at me when i look into the mirror.
People be staring like they're watching two extict black rhinos pegging each other with chillys, jammed hadtily into their hooves.
Are cleans autistic? Im by no means using impressive weight. I think its the actual motion which is warranting the stares. Please help, i hate drawing attention to myself!
> Pay off insurance premium
> Free Doctor visits for the rest of the year
> Decide to get T Checked
> Healthy 22 year old male
> The lady scheduling the appointment acts funny
> Says I probably don't need it
> Eventually she quits beating around the bush and asks if it's a problem with my dick
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Yeah when I went they acted weird & kept bringing up the gym even though I tried to hide gains. In hindsight it was like $350 a month for 150mg a week. For the same price, I was able to buy a 16 week cycle of 500mg a week, including ancillaries PCT, etc..
by the way just get private bloodwork online. You get to see all your levels & its more accurate, the ones they do to test for trt are just a preliminary test... i don't know what the fuck im talking about but there's different methods to test, and they use a cheap inaccurate one. For example they told me my total test was about 500, but they had no idea what my free test or estradol was.
Why would you check your test levels? Are literally so insecure that you need to cling on some random number that varies dramatically over time anyway? Jesus, /fit/ is really not good for some people. If I imagine the awkwardness of that situation I get shivers.
Been lifting semi-seriously for two and a half months /fit/. Do you see potential here or should I just an hero now?
Neil Degrasse Tyson squats over lmao4pl8 raw and has a higher IQ than your 1 rep max.
Why aren't you making astrophysical gains, /fit/