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What makes a man alpha?

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Uhh... a-asking for a friend.
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"PLG" which stands for Power of the lifting general thread

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Strong men and intellectuals only

DO NOT POST IF YOU ARE A BRAINLET
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Oi Soybois, I need some help. I used to be an anorexic and dropped 16 kgs in a year, but I've recovered now, went from 47 kgs at 172 cm to 61 kgs right now. But I feel like I have come to a stop at the gym, idk if I'm gaining anything.

I eat about 90 gr protein per day, work out 3-4 times per week (I want to go more often but my doctor wants me to wait a few more months until I increase it) and I actually am not sure how much I eat because I have stopped counting calories.

Do you fags have any tips on exercises that maximizes the glutes, bi-and triceps, abs and back?

I'll post some progress pics if you want
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ITT your most alpha trait

>me
not giving a fuck about how I smell
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BODY PROGRESS THREAD

No.45663051 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
all are welcome

show how you've made your body look less shitty
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Anyone here remember YouTube fitness from 2012<

Look at how small Eric is

Look at Chris Jones and Matt Ogus actually posting on the video

Only has 41 comments...

Crazy how big the shit has become now...

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Gentle reminder that if you use anything of the following

>Belt
>Wrist wraps
>Knee sleeves

Your lifts are invalid

That is all
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What t-shirts are made to fit men with wide shoulders and narrow waists?

It feels like most t-shirts are made to accommodate soy bodies by being too wide/long below the shoulders.
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QTDDTOT

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>old one just about 300
If you have gyno should you completely replace bench with incline bench? I’m worried about it looking worse even tho bench is my favourite lift

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Biomedical gerontologist Aubrey de Grey (PhD, University of Cambridge) believes that we have at least a 50% chance of achieving 'longevity escape velocity' (adding more than 1 year to our remaining lifespan each year) within the next 20 years. He has invested almost his entire net worth (less the value of his personal effects and primary residence) into a foundation working towards this goal, the SENS Research Foundation, based in Mountain View, California. (www.sens.org).

De Grey estimates that the SENS Research Foundation requires approximately $40m in annual funding to maximise the pace of the research - the limiting factor at that point being the inherent difficulty of the science.

The Foundation currently has approximately $5m in annual funding, and De Grey estimates that the speed of progress is currently only about a third of what it would be at $40m/year.

Do you believe in this project? Can it be achieved at all, on any timescale? And is it likely, in your view, that we will reach 'longevity escape velocity' in a ~20 year timeframe?

A brief introduction to his ideas and work: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2o8LKdFtmY

Read his PhD manuscript here: http://www.sens.org/files/pdf/MiFRA-06.pdf

See here for his academic credentials: http://www.sens.org/sites/srf.org/files/AdG-CV.doc

And see here for details of the members of the Scientific Advisory Board of the SENS Research Foundation: http://www.sens.org/about/leadership/research-advisory-board

Here’s a recent video with BBC News: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/technology-43402894/aubrey-de-grey-treating-ageing-as-a-curable-disease

Aubrey solves decades-old ‘unsolvable’ math problems for fun in his spare time: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/04/amateur-mathematician-cracks-decades-old-math-problem, https://www.quantamagazine.org/decades-old-graph-problem-yields-to-amateur-mathematician-20180417/
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