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What is the best cycle for cutting fat?
Meth, Clen, Test, Tren, and Arimdex amirite?
I'll jihad ur mom kid
I'll rip your lungs out with my cock
9/10 Mythic raiding 12 hours a week. Also just hit 1/2/3/4 (for 5x5, deadlift 3x2) yesterday. If you don't have a social life, you can do both at the same time. Also Legion is shit.
>>41219262 >12 hours a week
Full on casual.
Playing occasionally on Elysium vanilla wow for nostalgia purposes, but I'm not hooked like I was all those years ago.
As others have said, Legion is shit.
Oh, wow, thanks for reminding me. I stopped playing months ago but forgot to actually cancel my account.
>went through testicular cancer 5 years ago >detected early >no chemotherapy or radiaiton >surveillance was clear >medical anxiety since diagnosis I'm wondering if anyone on here has gone through something similar and how you've been able to get over it. I've been told by my urologist and endocrinologist that the remaining nut picks up the slack, but I have no idea what my baseline was before all of this, since it happened when I was 21. Should I still worry? I started lifting weights and couldn't even do a full set of 2plateslamo. I don't want to have to get on TRT, since my genes are already playing a cruel joke on me by making me go lose hair on top of it all. here's to hoping that medical science accelerates at a pace that allows me to regrow my hair and harvest back my testicle from a horse's ballsack. life is a cruel joke.
How did you find out you had cancer? One of my nuts had a dull ache a couple days ago and I got really paranoid I had cancer.
Both parents had cancer, died from it, and then a year later I got it. Testicular cancer was not something that was hereditary, so it was more or less a guess that the mass that was forming on righty was going to kill me if I didn't have the hormonal impulse to jack off everyday. Thankfully, I caught it early enough that there was no spread and scheduled an appt with a urologist the very next morning. 20 year old me with nobody to talk with, since both my parents are dead, and now dealing with medical bills and insurance costs was fun.
but yeah, if you have a dull ache it most likely isn't anything to worry about. could be epididymitis, prostatitis, or whatever. TC is in most cases, painless and linked with a mass/lump.
That's rough bro. I lost my grandfather to leukemia. Thanks for sharing your experience, I'm a lot less worried after hearing from you.
116lbs for 5'9"
Doctor said i should not lift. How long would i last in a fight against you ?
dont give bullshit excuse boy, use your fucking inhaler
U wot m8? I'm 5'8" 175lbs and I feel thin
>>41209794 >defective heart valves and asthma >still healthy
Find a new doctor.
I also have pretty bad asthma, but it's never stopped me from lifting. It fucked with me pretty bad in high school when I ran track, because cold outdoor air can trigger my shortness of breath. I always carry my inhaler with me, though. There have been quite a few times when I'd have to use my inhaler during/after my workouts. Sucks about the heart valves though man. Isn't there surgery for that?
>How long would i last in a fight against you?
Probably not long, but I wouldn't ever bother to fight you anyway. I've never been much of a fighter and have always rathered to avoid the situation despite how big I am. This is especially true if someone is a lot smaller than me. I'd just come off like a dick if I tried to fight you unless it was for some REALLY serious reason.
I've recently started working at a local GNC, and I have to admit, I feel more like an ass every time I sell something to someone.
Don't get me wrong, I don't ever sell something that would be counterproductive to anyone's health, and I genuinely try to find what people need to help with their fitness goals.The thing is, I'm also persuading a lot of people into buying things that they don't necessarily need, but I convince them otherwise. Look, the thing is, if I don't make at least a $50 Average Sale, my ass gets yelled at and puts me on the verge of getting fired. It isn't even the Management. It's the owner, who is too busy trying to kiss as much ass with Corporate that he's willing to step on our throats to make him look good. I'm not saying GNC is bad, but I think it could be a hell of a lot better. While I'm glad that I get to help others with their fitness goals, I'm starting to reconsider whether or not GNC is a great place to work at. Have any of you anons worked at a GNC, and if so, what did you think of your experience there?
Same here, only one store really sells them in my region because she apparantly corners customers until they buy. If it were just the free one it would be great.
Do you judge the monsters that come in looking for the 'tine?
Creatine? Nah. Hell, I take a straight Creatine Monohydrate with both my pre workout and my post workout shake.
I do judge the guys who come in thinking they know everything and I have to correct them literally every other word.
Watch out with that stuff... Just one gram overdose on creatine can kill you.
>Those faggots who don't spray down the machinery after they've been sweating through their clothes and soaking the seats God damn, I want to fucking hit these people.
do you guys level up your charisma on rest days?
10 a day, profligate
No, I play video games
A lot of it comes on its own when you work out, it changes your mindset and you become more confident
Been doing a split for about eight months, and I'm looking better than I ever have. But my strength gains are stalling, and combined with time starting to get short, I'm thinking of switching to a fullbody routine, at least until I hit 1/2/3/4. I was looking at this, any other recommendations?
Read Starting Strength (the book), then do this routine
for more information go to
the last set of the 6 big lifts is AMRAP, which not means to failure, leave one rep in the tank
lift heavy weights and apply progressive overload, use AxBxAxx
on the last workout of the week, after 2 months, add lateral raises and mixed curls (start with the hammer/neutral grip and end with the normal grip)
You're still a beginner, you don't need many accessories for now. Do a routine like the one I posted
(but the one I've posted is better) for a few months adding much weight on the bar and on your belt. After doing that, pass to a truly intermediate program suited for your own needs (it looks like you want hypertrophy)
But why wait the two months for lateral raises and curls?
Looks solid, I d personally swap the DB curls for Preacher Curls to focus more on the peak but thats up to you.
Also I d try to do pair rows with the bench press and chinups with the OHP so you can perform agonist-antagonist training to boost your strength even more.
Check this out for more ideas:
My problem with the t-nation link is all those guys were roided to the gills.
I doubt their effectiveness for a natty
Can you train your pain threshold?
I know more than you for sure, from your ignorant comments.
Some kinds of pain, like tooth nerve or bone pain are unbearable
some tooth pain is straight up horrendous.
pain is always easier if you can see it, such as a bad cut on your arm. you can see it so you know that the level of pain you are feeling is normal.
i also find that the type of pain you think you are feeling is a factor. for example, if you take your fingernails and nip your skin, it hurts. now do it with your eyes closed and imagine you've been stung by a wasp, it hurts more.
Have you ever been to india or even met those ascetics other than Youtube documentaries? They are all thieves and rapists nothing religious about them. But keep thinking that they are holy men and mysterious.
So much hate for manlets
I never chose to be 5'6 Please no more bully
so like i said the ones that are short are mostly hispanic and asian. average white guy in the midwest is 6 or 6'1ish
>>41219130 >average white guy in the midwest is 6 or 6'1ish
Prove it lmao.
Where the fuck do you live? The Netherlands?
Go visit the midwest, manlet, and see for yourself.
I'm 5'7. It's a bummer but over the years I learned to not care.