Guide to ottermode, restrictions inside
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I'd like to achieve an Ottermode body. I've also read the sticky, and for whatever the goal is, it suggests starting strenght.
However, i've read that for the aesthetics, SS is not the best out there.
1) am a skinnyfat beginner
2) have only dumbbells
So what i'm asking you is a routine and a diet for reaching Ottermode, but only using Dumbbells or Bodyweight excercises.
Thanks in advance.
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So /fit/, I'm about to change routine. I've been on a pure strenght routine for the past two months, and I'd like to jump on a more hypertrophy kind of training before cutting later in the year (it'll take just a month or two).
I don't like splits, I think they aren't optimal if you're not on the juice or a very advanced lifter. I'd rather prefer an upper/lower routine. Last one I did was Lyle McDonald's, but I don't feel like running it again. I can train ABxABxx.
I was thinking about doing the first two days of PHAT, but I don't know... I'm not sure just 3 sets of 3-5 for the bench are optimal. Same for squats.
>tl;dr: advice on a upper/lower hypertrophy routine, not Lyle's.
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Hello again, /fit/. I am here to explain how height works for all of you ignorant shits that don't understand. At any moment if you become angry, feel free to fuck off and stay the fuck out. It's greatly appreciated. Here's the breakdown followed by some pro's and con's:
Under 5'4": Manlet
5'4"-5'6": short, but workable
5'7"-5'8": ideal height for most things in life (again, ill explain later)
5'9"-6': getting a little tall, but still manageable
6' and above: you're getting too tall and will never look proportional
If you're mad, just leave before I continue.
Pro's of being short, 5'7"-5'8" (short according to national standards)
-looks best when you gain muscle and easiest to put mass on
-looks normal with women, not disproportionate
-agile, and much lesser back problems
Pro's of being tall (6'+)
-you can get frisbees off the roof easier when they get stuck
-you can look at the top of somebody's head and call them short (I still haven't figured out the advantage of doing this, but they do it)
Feel free to comment. Sorry for ruining your day tallfags.