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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:55:21 No.23411853

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Questions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread Thread.

Two from me: My right foot is sore as fuck, it got to the point where it was so tender it was somewhat painful just walking around inside my house today. I've been going running 5-6 days/week and I don't want my foot to be in agony while I continue running, so what do I do?

Also, how many of you also have problems with yawning/feeling lethargic all throughout the day? For as long as I can remember, I've had a habit of having comically large yawns throughout the day, even when I feel at my normal energy levels. What gives? And particularly, how do I fix it without resorting to caffeine?


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Anonymous 2013-11-06 03:57:46 No.23411885
Yawning exists and is contagious because alpha males signal it's time for bed and that's how it spread around the village. You're just showing people who's the boss subconsciously.

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Myosin 2013-11-06 03:58:23 No.23411896
Stop running for a few days. Ice it if there is a lot of pain

After the pain goes away, put a tennis ball and roll it around with the sole of your foot. Apply more pressure as needed.

Yawning means nothing if you're not tired. It can sometimes be the result of prescription drugs. Make sure your sleep cycle is consistent

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:00:00 No.23411931

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WHY AM I NOT MAKING ANY GAINS ON STARTING STRENGTH? I HAVE BEEN DOING IT FOR FIVE MONTHS AND HAVE BARELY MADE ANY PROGRESS.

my bench has been at 100 lbs for pretty much as long as i can remember.

WHAT THE FUCK am i doing wrong

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Myosin 2013-11-06 04:03:53 No.23411992
>>23411931

You're not eating enough, not being consistent, not resting enough, not following the program properly, or not increasing your lifts each session

Most likely, you're not eating enough and not being consistent.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:06:41 No.23412031
>>23411885
Source? I don't feel alpha at all and I do it mostly when I'm alone, so I don't know who I'd be doing that for. Plus, going to bed in the middle of the day? C'mon.

>>23411896
Would a plastic golf ball work fine? Around how long does it take to relieve pressure by rolling the foot? I really don't wanna lose progress in gaining distance for my cardio in the mornings.

>>23411896
I actually take a baby dose of fluoxetine for my anxiety (just 10mg/day), but otherwise, I'm still yawning all day, and I'm getting 7 hours' sleep minimum every night, usually 8-9 hours, so what gives?

>>23411931
Are you counting your calories? If not, start. If you are, up your calories by 200/day for a month or so, and keep upping by 200/day/month until you start making progress.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:07:44 No.23412051
Convince me to go ask for her number /fit/....

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:08:16 No.23412061
So sometimes i have to roll up the sleeves of my uniform (milfag) and its SO FUCKING TIGHT on my arms is it reducing gains on my arms after workout due to less circularion?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:10:43 No.23412097

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>>23411992
what does it mean to be "consistent"?

also is it possible that some people need to eat an egregious amount in order to make gains? like ever since i was a little kid i would eat massive amounts of food and never exercise and i've always been skinny as fuck. maybe i have a really good "metabolism" or whatever and i need to eat like 5000 cal a day for anything to happen? because im p sure i'm doing the officially recommended values

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:11:56 No.23412110
When I do dips, and sometimes on bench press, when I go far enough down, when I push back up I feel a weird popping sensation in my left arm from my wrist to my elbow. It varies in intensity, and it doesn't really hurt, but it is pretty disruptive.

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Myosin 2013-11-06 04:12:17 No.23412115
>>23412031

A golf ball would work fine, but it might be too hard in the beginning. The goal is just myofascial release.

You won't lose anything from one week. Think of it this way, you're gonna lose way more progress if the pain keeps getting worse and impairs your running, or worse, you flat out injure yourself

>>23412051

You can't fuck her if you don't talk to her first

>>23412061

No

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:13:20 No.23412132
Im making great gains/liniar progression so far in everything except for squat. Its embarrasing that my bench is more than my squat when i do legs more often and deadlift is leaving it in the dust as well. Every time i try to add 5 lbs i cant finish the set. What the fuck. Also 6'4 with legs at 51% of my height compared to the average 45%

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:13:24 No.23412133
nah

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:16:22 No.23412172
So Im trying to loose weight because Im a chubby fuck. I drink only water now, and some tea with honey, and that is the only thing I drink. I eat two meals a day, breakfast and dinner, because Im in college, and I only have college cafeteria food.

The problem is that, I fart and have gasses all the time now, especially before and after going to sleep. Is this because Im not eating enough (I got to cut) or could it be because of what I am eating?


>>23412051

just be like "hey whats your number so I can ask you for x thing later on?"

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:18:03 No.23412198
>>23412097
Do you not have access to dictionary.com?

Being consistent means sticking with something, like a routine or a diet plan.

The opposite is being inconsistent, or one of those faggots who skips the gym because he has a runny nose, doesn't get enough sleep, under eats, and then switches his routine every other week because he's not "getting good gains."

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:18:33 No.23412212
Make sure you're getting the right amount of sleep and drink plenty of water. It can't be overstated how important staying hydrated is.

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Myosin 2013-11-06 04:19:43 No.23412226
>>23412097

Consistency means missing workouts and meals only when forced to by other crucial events in life.

Only a handful of people need to eat 5k+ calories a day, and this is done for the purpose of reaching a goal with very specific training.

When people say they're eating a lot, they usually aren't. Most skinny people just binge once or twice a day and think it's a lot. In reality, if you counted your calories, you'd probably very rarely break 2000.

>>23412110

Ligaments of the shoulder girdle moving due to the instability of the movement. Lower the weight so that this doesn't happen.

You could probably keep doing it and have no problems, but there are people who have had subluxations and sprains from doing these lifts to failure

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Myosin 2013-11-06 04:23:43 No.23412282
>>23412172

Pretty much entirely due to the cafeteria food.

>>23412132

At your height, just squatting to proper depth is a feat in itself.

Most likely you have an abdominal core or low back weakness that is making your squat suffer. You can't fix this weakness just from more squatting and deadlifting,

Do hyperextensions and ab work at the end of your workouts, even if you're on SS.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:24:10 No.23412287
>>23412097
There's no way to know how much you're eating until you actually count your calories. Chances are you're actually not getting as much as you think you are, or you're not eating consistently. I know a lot of people who claim to have fast metabolisms when in reality they'll have 1500 calories one day, 3500 the next, and maybe 1700 the day after (or some shit).

Also, it depends on what you're eating. It's really easy to eat 500 calories from something like beef, but you'll find it hard to eat 500 calories from vegetables for example. Some foods are more calorie dense than others, usually because of higher fat content, so you might be eating a lot of some food that isn't very calorie dense and thinking you have a high metabolism.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:24:17 No.23412291
Does anybody have the pic of all the corny pick up lines we use?
Used the alphabet one and she called me lame but said I made her laugh
Did the archaeologist one and she walked up to me biting her lip

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Myosin 2013-11-06 04:27:02 No.23412328
>>23412291

Stop using pick up lines.

Open with "hey" and you'll at least get a chance with every grill you talk to instead of getting immediately rejected by 90% of them

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:27:06 No.23412330
>>23412132

You're basically a born DLer. Squatting is always going to be a pain, though you can alleviate some of it by adopting a wider stance (not sumo wide, but you're gonna be out further than most people just to avoid getting your chest stapled to your knees on heavy sets).

The extra width means you won't have to push your hips quite so far back and so won't get quite as bent over at the bottom.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:27:23 No.23412333
>>23412226
oh well ive consistently worked out 3 days a week ever since i started, except for the week when i first got to college and i missed two workouts last week because one day i was incredibly depressed and the next i had twisted my ankle

i don't count calories every day but i do like once every two weeks to make sure what i generally eat in a day is enough, and my estimation has always either hit the mark or gone WAY over.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:29:15 No.23412354

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>>23412282

really now?

Most of the time my breakfast is as follows

>a bit of shitty scrambled eggs
>some shitty potatoes in some shitty form
>some shitty meat, usually sausage of some form
>and a shitty pancake or decent french toast
plus a banana and some mate lemon tea with honey.

I get this in small quantity around 9-10 am then I don't eat till 5-6 pm

dinner is usually

>some shitty meat, chicken, beef, pork whatever
>some fries or rice

and water.

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Myosin 2013-11-06 04:29:49 No.23412363
>>23412333

If you're sure about the consistency, then you need to take a serious look at your diet.

Open excel or get a journal and actually write out each meal you plan to eat and how many calories, protein, carbs, fat, etc, are in each meal

Writing it down is one thing, but actually following the diet is another thing.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:30:58 No.23412379
>>23412330
Yeah i did notice i had to put my chest pretty low to complete the reps

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Myosin 2013-11-06 04:31:38 No.23412384
>>23412354

You used the word "shitty 6 times to describe the food. Smart money says that's it.

When I was in college, the scrambled eggs were like jelly that they scooped out with an ice cream scooper. That shit gave me horrible gas too.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:33:41 No.23412404
>>23412384

you sure is cause I don't eat enough?

Im usually will get hungry again 2 hours after the meals, but I don't want to raise my calorie intake

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:33:42 No.23412405
>>23412363
i don't actually have a diet, im on my schools mealplan and i basically just have 3 meals a day with meat in it, and a half gallon of milk. a typical meal could be a burrito, a footlong sub, a double cheesburger, two pieces of pizza, a large alfredo pasta, etc. all with meat of course

whenever i track intake for a day i eat what i normally would and always hit the mark or go over

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Myosin 2013-11-06 04:36:31 No.23412438
>>23412404

Gas is the food itself, not the frequency that you're eating.

>>23412405

I really don't know what to tell you. I'm positive it's your diet, but if you're absolutely sure about it, it means there is a huge deficiency somewhere else that is preventing you from gaining weight

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:40:36 No.23412489
195x5 bench press
265x5 squats
130x5 OHP
315x3 DL
Am I doing well /fit/? When do I know to move on from SS to another routine?
Also 5'8 @ 153lbs.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 04:42:36 No.23412509
I lift. But I can't squat.

I have a pain in my lower back, on the right side right above my hip, i feel the pain when i bend my lumbar (probably not using that correctly), and weird enough when i cough heavily while standing straight it will hurt extremely from this point in my lower back and will also cause my right leg to jolt out. Weird as fuck.

In turn this has happened:

335 x 5 Deadlift
225 x 5 Bench
135 x 5 Squat (aggravates the lower back pain if I go heavier or do more reps)

I know this isn't really a question, but does anyone has any input or anyone with a similar experience have anything to share?

If it helps, stats
>2 years lifting
>6'0
>165lbs lean
>escaped from auschwitz (125) after being sent there for being a fatty (190-200 no muscle)

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Caladan 2013-11-06 04:43:14 No.23412519
>>23412489

bretty good, you can easily choose to move on now, unless you're still making linear progress (in which case, milk it)

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:03:27 No.23412772
The sticky gives an example SS routine with daily accessory work. Do I do those accessories every single day, or every lifting day?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:04:46 No.23412794
Former fatty here. I've managed to keep off the weight for a few years now through changing my diet, but I still have strech marks. What can I do about them?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:05:51 No.23412806
What should I do to look taller without making it obvious as fuck that I'm trying to look taller? I'm 5'8".

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:07:46 No.23412824
>>23412489
How long have you been lifting?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:11:59 No.23412870

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>>23412806
You're already a fine height
Do back exercises and keep a good posture

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:13:26 No.23412892
I am a pretty small guy, I'm 5'6" and I have a small frame. My problem is that I'm about 120 pounds (down from 140, which is when I realized I had a problem), but I'm worried about going much lower because that will put my BMI in the Underweight category. Does it not really matter because I'll be building it back in muscles?

My wife is nagging me and saying I'm gonna become anorexic, but I just want to lose the belly flab and then bulk up. I fucking love to eat.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:13:39 No.23412900
>>23412519
Gonna milk the shit out of it, squats are still going up about every week.

>>23412824
I've been lifting for a few years now from a weights class in high school but didn't know what I was doing. I didn't really start taking it seriously until last January but hurt my knee and only did upper body until this last April.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:16:34 No.23412936
>>23412892
If you are cutting and hit 120, you failed at bulking. I'm skeletor mode and weigh that much (at least at last weigh in). Bulk the fuck up, you want that fat. It's winter, you need that protective layer of blubber to keep you warm.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:20:31 No.23412991
>>23412936
I don't give a shit about keeping warm. I have a noticeable stomach bulge and the only way I've seen it decrease in the past is cutting.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:35:36 No.23413212
>>23412991

Doesn't being 120lbs concern you more than having a stomach bulge? I couldn't look myself in the mirror and call myself a man if i was 120lbs. My girlfriend is 135 and shes lean as hell

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:37:55 No.23413246
>>23413212
I'm not a man, I'm a manlet. I'm probably fudging a little even when I say I'm 5'6". I honestly feel like 120 is on the high end for me. Want a pic?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:38:19 No.23413250
When i squat now my knees are in pain.i mean they can do ok after a few sets than on heavy weight they just become so in pain
What gives?
Also high bar Olympic squat
Been doing ss but im taking this time to learn low bar squat

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:39:39 No.23413270
>>23413246

Yeah post a pic i cant believe you have anything on you at 120lbs.

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Sludgebro 2013-11-06 05:41:43 No.23413297
>>23413250
My knee pain stopped after I swapped to low bar. I notice once I got ATG, it feels like my knees are pulling themselves apart deep below the patella.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:43:04 No.23413315
Should I do warmup sets for every exercise or just the very first?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:44:45 No.23413342

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>>23413270

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 05:51:43 No.23413422
>>23413297
I dont know the anatomy of the knee but im reading ss and workingon flexibility. since im just starting to relearn form and since my.knees suck anyway i might as well learn low bar.

My only question is how do you get the bar that low?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:05:36 No.23413578
>>23413342

Holy fucking dude your only problem is you have absolutely no muscle on your frame.

Don't get rid of the stomach (you will be 100% aushcwitz if you do), just fill out your fucking body

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:06:38 No.23413588
Just want to know how my progress is. 17 year old auschwitzmode faggot trying to get more muscular. Been lifting seriously for about 6 months now, I'm 5'4" (slow growing runs in my family, doctor says I'll be ~5'10" eventually) and 120lbs.

recent lifts are

bench - 100lbs
squat - 145lbs
clean - 105lbs
ohp - 65lbs (could probably do a little more)
haven't deadlifted in a while so don't really have any idea where I'd be right now

Am I on the right track to getting swole by the time I'm out of highschool? (junior atm)

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:08:16 No.23413604

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>>23413246
>I'm not a man, I'm a manlet.

This one, this one learned his place.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:09:15 No.23413617
The left side of my body on my torso is stinging me. I think I pulled the muscle today doing shrugs.. Is this something to be worried about? It's not stinging back it's just annoying

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:11:35 No.23413642
>>23413588
Eat more jesus. 6 months of lifting and you have a 100 lb bench? Eat moar I dont care if your mom thinks its bad for her son to be not skinny

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:14:07 No.23413672
>>23411853
>complains about sore foot
>complains about being tired all day
>runs 5-6x/week
Don't fucking run that often. 4x/week is max until you hit the later stages of ultramarathon training.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:14:24 No.23413677
>>23413588
I suggest getting a job squirt to pay for more food.
Im not trying to say I'm perfect but i lift so much more than that after lifting since April.
Eat more, get on dat bulk
Do ss

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Sludgebro 2013-11-06 06:17:38 No.23413709
>>23413617
Where is it? You may have pulled a muscle inbetween your ribs.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:17:43 No.23413711

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Once I'm finished with my cut (in another 17 pounds), do I jump right into bulking, or should I sit at maintenance for a while? Also, should I gradually increase my calorie intake along with lifting to make sure I bulk as leanly as possible, or is it more advisable to immediately bulk hard and then cut hard, again?

Right now I'm 5'6" 157 pounds, aiming for 140 before I start bulking. I dunno how >>23413342 looks so damn flabby/chubby and yet he's 37 pounds lighter than I am, I can't imagine I have all *that* much muscle on me.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:19:11 No.23413728
>>23413642

This past month or so I've started forcing myself to eat more and am actually seeing significant gains in my lifts, I have barely any appetite so I hadn't really been getting anywhere previously because of how little I was consuming. Also I started in such a state of sub-manletness that it's taking a while to really show signs of progress. As I said though this past month I've actually been getting somewhere because I've been eating more so hopefully my bench will increase soon

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:20:36 No.23413744
>>23413709
No it's on the left side of my ribs.. It's like my left side in the area above my hip and under your lat Sorry it's hard to explain

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:24:46 No.23413788

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>>23412794
This

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:26:01 No.23413794
should i foam roll after every workout?

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Sludgebro 2013-11-06 06:26:57 No.23413804

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>>23413744
So on your back?

Which circle?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:28:23 No.23413825
>>23413804
external oblique muscle seems like the best match

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Sludgebro 2013-11-06 06:29:53 No.23413835
>>23413825
Rest, ice, heat, ibuprofen.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:31:11 No.23413848
>>23413835
Thank you based sludgebro

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Sludgebro 2013-11-06 06:36:14 No.23413913
>>23413848
y-you t-too

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:50:43 No.23414050

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I'm going to start Smolov Jr. for bench next week and wanted to know how other people fit in the rest of their workouts around it. Did you just preload your same routine with the bench work (excluding other chest exercises etc..) or do the chest work in between days? I'm currently on a 3 day split - ABCABCx - chest/tri, back/bi, shoulders/legs.

Also, has anyone used Smolov Jr. for OHP? I'm hoping that if I get results on bench I can cycle it on to OHP. Currently at 135x5 max.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:56:50 No.23414113

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>>23412438
hold on, if i've been gaining weight on the scale does it still mean i'm not eating enough? bc i think i have, im just not getting any stronger really

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 06:57:51 No.23414122
Few questions:

I'v read everything in the stickys, but still have some stuff to ask ( don't know if it's because English ain't my native language but okay.)

1. How do i get a work out routine? How am i supposed to know how much and what is best for me?

2. I'm not watching my food at the moment, i'v dropped unhealthy snacks, candy, sodas, fastfoods a long time ago. Should i watch my food and how?

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Sludgebro 2013-11-06 06:58:21 No.23414129
>>23414050
Nah, I've never done Smolov Jr. But what I can say it will probably burn out your triceps and chest pretty fast if you don't modify your current routine. But it is your body, you know what hurts.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 07:18:01 No.23414305
soup anons,

i got a fucking cold, i cough and sneeze all the time, should i work out today?

home gym master race, so i'm not going to infect anyone

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 07:42:38 No.23414520
fatass here. I'd like to lose weight and I'm considering including a weight loss supplement at least at first.

What I am unsure about is how it would affect my calorie deficit? Would I consume even fewer calories? more? no change at all?

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 07:45:05 No.23414535
i have a pain at which my neck meets my spine, i looked up what the pain could be and it seems to be a muscle strain. is it okay to continue lifting with it? I did my routine as normal today but dropped weight for front squats by 10kg because my working weight was hurting it and i dropped my DL by two reps and only pumped out three because again, i was in pain.

TLDR; is it okay to lift with a neck strain aslong as I stop when it become painful?

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Sludgebro 2013-11-06 07:46:23 No.23414553
>>23414535
You need to rest before it gets worse. Take a week or so off and relax or have a deload week.

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Sludgebro 2013-11-06 07:47:24 No.23414562
>>23414535
or go see a real doctor

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 07:48:45 No.23414578
>>23414553
>>23414562
I took friday night off (the night the strain appeared) and monday off. It feels a lot better now, i'm thinking i won't lift friday though if there is even the slightest hint of pain still tho.

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Sludgebro 2013-11-06 07:49:34 No.23414589
>>23414535
or rest, ice, heat, and ibuprofen. Or get some opiates and toss on some music and relax for a few days.

>tfw; Bongripper, feet up, 8/10 comfy

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 07:50:42 No.23414600
>>23414305
plz respond, i'm dying over here

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sludge 2013-11-06 07:51:58 No.23414608
>>23414600
Rest. If you sneeze while squatting, deadlifting, or an OHP you could loose all that nice supporting pressure in your chest/abdomen and may hurt yourself.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 07:54:30 No.23414626
>>23414608
thx brah

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 07:55:31 No.23414632
>>23414600
you will, if you exert yourself with an infection.
just call it an additional rest day. lifting isn't something you have to complete within 2 years.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 07:57:55 No.23414647
I have gas and I have to fart CONSTANTLY, no matter what I eat, it just won't go away. I hold it in all day and after a few hours I'm so uncomfortable I just have to leave. Usually I can't shit either, but I feel bloated and can hardly sit without being in pain. I know this is more health than fitness, but moot never gave us a health board so here we go.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:01:11 No.23414670
>>23414647
>no matter what I eat
have you actually TRIED systematically cutting things from your diet?
dairy is the first suspect, wheat is the next, then comes fruit and everything containing fructose.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:04:19 No.23414688
>>23414670
I don't eat dairy, and have never tried cutting out any one thing completely. If it helps, I usually don't eat breakfast and have bad bloating and gas about five-six hours after I've left the house. It's the same when I do eat breakfast, so at least what I'm eating before I leave isn't causing it. If nothing else, I'll try cutting wheat then fructose and see what happens.

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Caladan 2013-11-06 08:05:26 No.23414695
>>23414688

I had bad gas until I stopped eating broccoli. Cut that out and everything was fine.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:07:19 No.23414709
>>23414695
I had bad gas until I stopped eating out your mom.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:23:31 No.23414799
Is there an upper limit on how long a workout should take?

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Caladan 2013-11-06 08:25:59 No.23414820
>>23414799

not particularly, although the longer it goes the more nutrition you'll need. Less than 2 hours you should be OK, unless it's really high volume. Cortisol kicks in after a certain stage and makes it counterproductive

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:26:37 No.23414826
>>23414799
Not really, but there is an upper limit on how long you should wait between sets. You can do as many sets as you like, so long as you remember that "going to failure" is fucking stupid. After that your workout takes as long as it takes depending on how many different lifts you're doing. Three or four heavy compounds might accomplish what two dozen isolation exercises do in considerably less time, not to mention assistance work etc. The actual amount of time you spend should vary considerably depending on your program.

If you think you're spending too long in the gym, get somebody to time how long you spend between sets. You might be resting an abnormally long time.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:40:10 No.23414918
I got a bad case of trapezoid pain on the left side after doing some cable cross-overs (want to grow my chest a bit). I had it low enough on weight to be comfortable, but I still think it was something bad with my form. Any tips?

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Caladan 2013-11-06 08:42:50 No.23414936
>>23414918

>trapezoid

fuck I'm laughing so hard at this

no idea m8

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:48:22 No.23414976
>>23414936
Trapezius, fuck. The pain went away completely after about half an hour, so it's fine anyway.

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Anonymous 2013-11-06 08:55:28 No.23415051
>>23414936
Not sure how to fix this pain that I have been having... Its pretty ez to describe. If I am standing up and arch my back like im getting under a squat bar lower left back muscle as illustrated in the picture feels as if its beeing crunched together like the muscle is just mashing together and hurts... It also hurts to rotate my torso right and left. I have decreased range of motion when I rotate left compared to right as well. Help would be much appreciated.







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