Why do people diet?
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Seriously, I tried it once, it was horrible. Portion control is the eating version of getting blue balled, I'd rather just not eat. When I tried dieting, counting calories made me think about eating, and that made me hungry constantly, despite the fact that I had previously been fine going a whole day without eating. I imagine quitting smoking feels like this.
I'm not a fatass because I exercise every day. Burning calories is so much more pleasant than avoiding them. The only rule in my diet is to eat lots of fat and protein, just so I fill up before I eat millions of calories of carbs.
I cannot comprehend how the majority of people find not eating to be more tolerable than exercising. Physical pain is so much less awful than gnawing desire.
Routine General/Rate each other's routine
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Been lifting with fuckarounditis after i hit intermediate level (still made gains, no ragrets).
Kinda playing with this as a PPL split
2x4-6 bench (double progression)
4x6-10 landmine press
4 sets side lat raise (alternating between heavy (4-6) and light (25-30))
2x5 weighted pull up/ chin up (alternating each training session)
2x10 same as above
3x6-10 yate's row
3x6-10 one arm row
2x4-6 hip thrust
2x10-15 hip thrust
2x6-8 calf raise
2x15 calf raise
2xF forearm roller
3xF reverse wrist curl
Barbell complex (cardio)
Every other push day i do ohp first instead of bench
I do 2 heavy sets then 2 lighter sets, because i feel i still get the same amount of strength adaptation (at least according to my lifts continuing to progress), and when I calculate the volume (setsxrepsxload) i get more this way.
I try to do double progression, but very often i will add weight and stay at the same rep range, just depending on my mood.
Not sure how i want to space out the frequency.