>Today is deadlift day
Do any of you feel that incredibly anxiety and nervousness a day before and the hours leading up to a heavy deadlift day like you're about to do something that'll change your life forever. I hardly sleep the night before and my heart rate is through the roof the entire time.
Is this how normies work out?
Was wondering will you guys ever quit lifting?
I mean realistically most people will eventually especially when they get old.
Have you guys ever quit before?
Yeah, I did quit.
Lifted for 1 year, nice progress.
Moved, lots of stress, paused for a week.
Week became a month, which became 2 years.
It's incredible how the human brain silently makes up excuses and other shit that lets you completely forget or drop a habit like lifting.
Started again, been lifting for 3/4 year.
Remembering how strong I once already I was it was the hardest shit starting with almost babbyweight again.
Lesson learned. Don't quit.
I actually started lifting again because I was getting "old" (30+) and started worrying about my health. I doubt I'll ever quit. If anything, lifting becomes more important the older you get.
Anyone else made almost 0 progress in their first few months? Ive gained 10kg and only improved my lifts by 130kg over 7 months and kind of want to kill myself.
Have I squandered my noobgains, or will a beginners program still work for me?
Any tips to prevent myself from looking like an absolute retard on my first day at a gym?
How do I go about ruining a gym business without being caught/sued?
Do some serious damage to yourself in the gym but make it extremely apparent its the gyms fault not yours
Is dating a girl on roids a smart thing to do? They can be more sexually aggresive but side effects include excess facial hair. Enlarged clit isn't an issue lol. Do pros outweigh cons of she i beautiful?
Sup /fit/, so I hit my strength goals, 1/2/3/4 plate. But now I feel bulky and slow, is there a programme I can move on to for all round strength, cardio and conditioning. Please don’t make me do crossfit!!
Yes, but I was looking address speed, power, flexibility to be a well rounded "athlete". Is there no programme with progressive overload that combines all these disciplines?
PS. Call me a retard one more time and see what happens m8
I'm 21 F. 5'5, 116 lbs. I have a good face, but my body is just average and its so frustrating.
I don't want to bulk up, I want to be tiny and light. I have no experience in weight loss but I assume starving is an idiotic idea.
Also, post inspo if you got it.
Routine check, please comment on it:
Flat Bench 3x15
Pendlay Row 4x15
Leg Curl 3x15
Reverse Cable Fly 3x15
Chin ups/Dips 3xF
100 meter sprints uphill afterwards
I trained for strength (5-8 rep range) for about a year, focusing on endurance now.
You're linking to the wiki and not referencing the book in any way. I have the book.
Pic related, the page that tells you after the first few weeks to start adding back extensions.
This is the actual program, read the book retard.
>No, it does not. Your traps and your lats retract your scapulae back and down. There's no way your shoulders can "roll forward" during a chinu
You're wrong but I can't find the source to my statement right now so I will have to get back to you later on that.
>lots of experience you have there
The point was that the argument was debatable. You will not build a strong deadlift doing just osier cleans and chin-ups, back strength is greatly benefited by heavy rows. I'm going off from world record IPF deadlifters training philosophy's and my own experience from not doing rows for 6 months.
You could argue that despite world record dead lifters preferring heavy rows to power cleans is preference as power cleans aren't too powerlifting specific hence why it is a moot point.
Good job not reading the book and just looking at the pictures.
Why was the last thread deleted? Mods are becoming really stupid these days.
Anyways, you are right on the chinup part, because lats promote internal rotation to some extent.
As for the upper back part and deadlift part, you are wrong. High level powerlifters usually train their upper back with minimal volume, if at all. But they don't train power cleans either. They just do a lot of deadlifts and variation.
Is there any effects after 5 weeks of cutting? Just started and don't know i'll able to see anything till 31 december.
So today after my intensive workout session I was in the lockerroom and was checking my own body in front of the mirror. I looked really fucking buffed. I havent noticed much progress in the past 6 months but now I finally started to see myself having a thick body. But now i'm at home and I look all small and weak again. Wtf is up with this?