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I've been meeting chubby/fat women off of pof.com and okcupid.com and fucking them. Since I started about 6 months ago, I've slept with about 25-30 different girls. I usually target the fat/chubby girls because they are so easy and require very minimal time and effort. I'm /fit/, so it's super easy for me to conquer girls who have very low self esteem and are easy to impress.
What does /fit/ think about this??? I don't have a 'fat fetish', I just get off on having very many different sexual partners. The thrill of a first time encounter is what gets me. I can still reel in attractive women, but they typically require far too much effort than I'm willing to put forth.
And before anyone brings up STDs or pregnancies, I *ALWAYS* use a condom. (even though more than once I've heard "I'm on birth control you don't need one"...I still wrap my shit up.)
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/Fit/, I'm starting to plateau in my workout and I need advice, mostly for my chest.
First off, I have worked out on and off for years, and I have finally committed myself to working out this year. Right now, my bench max is probably 170 (I know its DYEL). I noticed in high school and now in college I have noticed again that my right pec is bigger than the left pec. I try everything I can to keep my arms steady and form correct when doing chest workouts. I switch off between dumbbell and barbell days. I do dips. I have a weight training coach (It's a class at my UNI, took it to force myself to exercise) who watches my form carefully to make sure I am not straining my shoulders too much or getting wobbly. I work out my chest 2 days a week and usually will do about 4-5 exercises each with 3-4 sets of 6-8 reps or so with the last set being as much as I can do for 3-4 reps.
Am I doing chest right? Some people say to just do the bench and lift a shit load for 3 sets every other day and I'll be fine. Others say to hit the chest from all angles like incline, decline, dips, etc. I really could use some opinions from experienced lifters on my chest...
I have been doing back 2 days a week as well with a great work out (barbell rows, pull ups/chin ups, shrugs, reverse flys) to get my strength up in all areas. I do squats twice a week as well, usually on tuesday/thursday when i have my weight training class.
How does my workout sound so far? I am trying to gain muscle mass and weight right now; cutting isn't really a big issue because I spent all christmas in the hospital with mono and lost an assload of weight