>you'll get 50g of fiber if you eat 2000 cal (your daily cal amount) of these
>necessitating "muscles" to jubilate
Why is such a multitudinous volume of humankind still sealed in the stone age? Whatever eventuated to obtaining an immense intellect?
I was promenading past a "gym/' this present-day and I witnessed all those folk squandering their allotment and felt so lamentable... Such an abashment. I am a doctor, PhD and I am more overjoyed with my existence than I have ever inhabited. You are all such as lilliputian youth probbing sanction from a substance which you don't even fathom.
Reiteratively, an abashment.
You have totally misused a large percentage of those words.
One does not feel lamentable, one laments, or finds a situation to be lamentable.
And you are totally using eventuated wrong, I mean "eventuate to", the fuck? A situation eventuates, you don't eventuate to. Just because you can use a thesaurus and a dictionary gives you a definition, when you consider things like strength of word, or the totality of context, there are precise words for precise things, and you don't learn that from a dictionary.
What does fit think of Art Of Manliness?
Fedora bullshit or useful advices for young guys pussified by society?
If this was your friend, what would you
>think of her
>tell her to do
Medfags help me out real quick
When I stick a finger under my right collarbone like this I feel a movable bump (one that can even move up above to the top of the collarbone) and when I put my finger beneath my other collarbone I don't feel any similar bump present.
Can somebody fill me in on if this is okay or not? I googled it and saw there are lymph bodes near collarbones and that people can get cancer lumps under them but I couldn't find anything mentioning any kind of bump near the same spot I feel mine.
Here's a picture of where I feel it.
I wasn't like looking for it, I just ended up finding it and the lack of something similar on the other side concerned me.
And the reason I'm asking this anyway is to decide whether or not I should see a doctor, I only want some kind of information on this and if it could mean anything or not.
Post your favorite keto meals.
Just made a mexican omelet, fucking delicious.
sure, but it's just something i threw together quick, so guesstimating the exact measurements
12 oz ground beef
3 oz cheddar cheese
170 grams of onion and bell pepper mix
1-1/2 tsp chili powder
3/4 tsp ground cumin
1/4 tsp ground cayenne pepper
1/2 tsp hot smoked paprika
1 tbs olive oil
brown ground beef, drain. use half of oil and sautee onion and peppers to desired doneness. mix beef and pepper mixture together and add seasoning plus...
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Let's be honest /Fit/ this is a meme excersice right?
Post music that pumps you up
Trance music is the way to go m8, that's what Zyzz always listened to. Here's some good recent examples:
Super8 & Tab - Komorebi (Original Mix)
Andrew Bayer - Celestial
19 Hz - Round & Round (David Broaders Remix)
Is pic related the greatest implements one can utilize on a cut, or should I check myself? It seems to be the only effective aid in appetite suppression. I've read (in one of my biology text books) that caffeine tends to raise blood sugar/insulin but I'm not sure if this is a myth.
I JUST CANT FATHOM BRING BELOW 20% BODYFAT
I AM A FAT PIECE OF SHITTTT
I CANE SO FUCKING CLOSE TO LOSING 10LBS BUT NOW I GAINED 2 BECAUSE IM A PATHETIC PIECE OF SHIT
HOW DO I OVERCOME THIS PLEAAASSEE
How do I get this body
Damn Mike Patton's looking great! Truly the king of /fit/!
Let's get some motivation up in here and post reasons to stay the course.
hi i just went to the gym am new to it im 18, 5'7 115lb and i did squats i did 45kg and i was fine walking home but i just fell down my stairs??? as soon as i took a step down my legs just gave out and i can get up them easier then down... i can literally not even go down my stairs it takes 10 mins... is this normal? did i do something bad?
It was probably just poor luck, your quads fire off a bit slower after leg training, you'll usually notice having a bit of unsteadyness going down stairs after training legs. I've been training for about 6 years and I still sometimes stumble down the stairs outside my gym after heavy leg day. There's a scientific explanation due to depleted glycogen stores and such as to why your quads and hamstrings brace poorly after squats but the short version is you just had poor luck and probably werent expecting them to give out. Just be more careful from now on
I'm trying out for my local football league. I'm 6'2 195. What position should I try for? It's a very competitive league.