No fat hate thread?
is there a /fit/ approved aesthetic routine to do after SS?
Alright fuckers give me your best motivation that you can
What's the road to 7% body fat?
Goal Body Thread
Daily reminder to be humble and cherish your days left on earth.
ITT: We discuss and praise the greatest of all foods... broccoli.
I need 8 hrs sleep to function, but I always tend to stay up late. Last night I fell asleep at 4 and I just woke up at 12... I want to wake up at 8. Can anyone help me figure out how to make the switch? Alarms have little effect on me, since my sleepy asshole self just gets up, turns them off, and collapses back into bed. How do I change this?
Pic related is mine when I'm doing a semi-duck face. Luckily I've not been plagued with a receding chin or a relatively weak jaw.
I've been looking to improve it. Any decent methods? Chewing gum, etc, I also read that resting your tongue in a certain position in your mouth helps.
All advice appreciated.
What are your hobbies /fit/?
Looking for something to do in my spare time, as I just play video games.
2. Playing Harmonica
3. Learning to code
4. Learning norwegian
5. Learing some CAD programs
6. Reading books
Is it true fit that sleeping on a bed (like pic related) can hurt you back and fuck your posture ?
I'm planning to sleep on some thick duvet on the ground.
Also, posture thread.
I have stopped fapping and now I feel no anger. I feel I am the calmest person ever.
ever since stopping the fapping and porn ...my sex drive has plummeted and i feel shit, have zero motivation to exercise.
so i'm gonna start fapping again, fuck you, non fapping beta neckbeards.
Is boxing a good way to get in shape if you're overweight?
I'm 5'4", 230lbs. Don't know how strong of a punch I've got, but I moved a 150+lbs TV up a flight of stairs on my own, without realizing that was apparently an impressive feat.
I should note that I know jack and shit about actual boxing, and that what I do know is probably outdated as fuck by about 30-40 years.
Bro. Lift weights.
This is me.
Before and a current.
Opinions on this routine, /fit/?
dumbbell only routines will get you decent gains if you're a beginner, but using them is not comparable to using a barbell.
"dumbbell deadlifts", for example, are more of a squat than a deadlift and are NOT a replacement.
that being said, not gonna discourage you from trying.
What's wrong with it?
Well, I am a beginner (the only exercise I normally do is running). This won't set me up for some kind of failure eventually (like getting me into bad habits), will it?
Is power lifting and hard training in general compatible with long term health? so many of my child hood sports heroes (power lifters and fighters mostly) seem fucked up and a shell of what they used to be, what can i do besides proper nutrition,rest and yoga to make sure im still looking and feeling great at 60?
Some amount strength training will improve your quality of life when you're older, and you are likely to live longer. However, being elite in any sport (powerlifting included) will have its health consequences.
Except you are probably weak as fuck and that's not a concern at all for you. Go get strong before you worry about the negative consequences of being "too strong."