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Motivation thread.

This one always gets me, especially considering the current climate in the US. It gives me hope for a better tomorrow.
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No.49168992 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Slowly losing bodyfat with a small deficit VS cutting fast with a big deficit. Which one is better?
My guess is you can probably gain strength and even a little bit of size on a really small deficit, but the progress (both strength- and fat-loss -wise) will be slow. And with a fast cut you might lose some muscle but at least it will be over quickly and you can build back up.
What's your take on this age old question, /fit/?
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Today was my first day on gym. I was the skinniest there (168cm 52~ish kg), but didn't care. I'm more motivated seeing the strong guys there, and they're most of the time understandable, like when i asked a guy where to do squats, that was literally in the area to do squats. And nobody looked at me, although I didn't expect that, but maybe it will encourage someone.

I'm just afraid if I'll gain the weight. I drink around 2L of milk everyday and eat as much as I can besides that. Is protein whey worth buying? What are some effective cheap shakes? I tried one with peanut butter, cheap ver. of Nutella, milk, bananas and it was good, but I don't have protein whey and I'm not sure if I should get it. (I'm kind of on budget, but if it's important for gains I can get it)

And also I don't feel bad when I'm the weakest one there and doing some 10kg on bench. I feel like I'm level 1 crook and can quickly build by way up to 35 lvl boss, so it's exciting.

How do you compare physically to your siblings?

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>Me
6ft
>Oldest brother
6ft
>Middle brother
About 5ft 6
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No.49163166 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Don't forget it.
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No.49164122 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Push Up Thread. Aim for the sky. Rolling.
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THE GREAT DEBATE: PRO OR ANTI GYM-THOT

No.49165398 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Time to settle this once and for all, lads. Are we pro or anti Gym Thot?

Pros:
- Seeing sexy women instead of uglies all the time
- Possible motivation
- Possible interaction leading to sex if not dyel
- Gym Thot might actually be anti degeneracy (future /fit/ wife?)
- Being surrounded by women could lower your autism (exposure therapy?)

Cons:
- Get fucking distracted ALL THE TIME
- Have to divert your eyes ALL THE TIME
- Every other guy wants them too
- Who are you kidding, they're all fucking sluts
- It may INCREASE your hatred of women
- One bad interaction = BANNED for life
- Cliche whore you'll get bored of quickly even if you did fuck (STDs too)
- Can't meaningfully interact with your Gymbros, feminises all of you into chasing the Thot instead of helping each other out
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No.49169020 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
I've posted this before here but never got a definitive answer, is it autistic to run around public places in normal clothes as a form of fitness? I wear jeans and a hoody and sprint through shopping malls weaving in and out of pedestrians although once I got chased by mall security (probably thought I stole something) so I've stopped doing that as much now. Didn't catch me though.

Recently I like to pretend I'm in a James Bond movie or I'm some sort of detective chasing a suspect. I push through crowds of people and run down alleyways. Yesterday I slid over the hood of a parked car.
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/fat/ - Anime Edition

No.49167556 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
>Who is /fat/ for?
For extremely dedicated rotundos who want to better themselves through meaningful hard-work, strategy, and dedication.

>This is not QTDDTOT, ask questions about fat loss, but use that thread for general questions.

>Read the /fit/ sticky (redundant in that you should have already but it covers all the basics of diet and exercise)
http://liamrosen.com/fitness.html

>Calculate your Body Fat Percentage
http://fitness.bizcalcs.com/Calculator.asp?Calc=Body-Fat-Navy(Gonna need waist/neck measurements)

>Calculate your BMI
https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/lose_wt/BMI/bmicalc.htm

>Calculate your TDEE (Total Daily Energy Expenditure)
https://www.sailrabbit.com/bmr/(complex)
http://www.fitnessfrog.com/calculators/tdee-calculator.html(simple)

>Plan your weight loss week by week
https://www.losertown.org/eats/cal.php

>Track your calories and macros with MyFitnessPal or Cronometer. Works best on smartphones
https://www.myfitnesspal.com(better for packaged food)
https://www.cronometer.com(better for generic food/tracking micronutrients)

Previous Thread: >>49147042
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/nufit/ - Nutrition & Fitness General

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We all know that protein and some calories is all we need to get there, but what about the other nutrients? It's time for anons to share their insights on nutrition, not only on proteins.

For me? I've just started eating tons of pumpkin seeds. They are rich in zinc and magnesium, two of the most important minerals for men.

Also: onions not allowed.
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