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post #1861 of 4929 (permalink) Old 01-14-2012, 02:39 PM
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

my problem is that Im motivated in the day while im at work to go home and work out, but then i get home and im exhausted. I just need to power through it and get my ass to the gym!
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post #1862 of 4929 (permalink) Old 01-18-2012, 08:41 AM
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I've been going to the gym pretty consistently lately and I always try to take a good look at other guys body to compare myself to them and see what stage I'm at and things along those lines. I'm 19 years old and I'm pretty lean\ripped but I'm by no means bulky or buff and I'm trying to get there but it's a very slow process. I noticed a lot of older guys (as in older than me) who are probally around 26 - 29 years old and there bodys seem so much more polished and mature than guys my age. Is this strictly because they most likely have been lifting longer or is this because your body is naturally more mature and grows bigger when you get in your 25 - 30 years range compared to 17 - 22 range?
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Both. A male isn't fully mature until they're 21 (there is variations with this like most things) and chances are they've been lifting for longer.


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-so i have to do presentation for class
-awkward as ****
-start working out
-not so awkward
-zyzz is my inspiration
-presentation again
-trembling
-just keep telling myself "i'm fawkin zeez bruh"
-get confident
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-i get up there
-start shaking uncontrollably
-start telling myself "i'm fawkin zeez bruh"
-teacher says I can start anytime
-I start off with "i'm fawkin zeez bruh"
-at this point I'm so nervous I blackout
-"i'm fawkin zeez bruh"
-repeat at least 4 more times
-look around the room, people are saying "why does he keep saying that?"
-girls start laughing
-I pass out
-hit head on the corner of teacher's desk
-minor concussion
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-nickname eventually turns into zebra
-i haven't heard my real name in months
-haven't been this depressed since high school


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There are those who believe that penis enhancement exercises work similarly to the way you exercise your other muscles like your abdominals and biceps. After all, your penis is composed of at least 50 percent smooth muscle. However, there are practically no scientific, peer-reviewed studies that prove that male enhancement is effective, let alone explain why it is effective.
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zyzz is the man, rip king Fuarrkk

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Eating roughly 2100 calories a day, 2600 is maintenance, lifting, and running/cardio for 30 mins 4 times a week. Lost about 3lbs this past week.

My question is, does anyone think it would be possible to lose about 20lbs in 6 weeks? I'm taking a trip to an indoor water park/resort type thing in the Poconos in mid March and want to get shape. Sticking to this no matter what, but I'm just curious to what you all think as I'm going with a female that I'm interested in and would prefer to be in shape when the time comes.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

You could easily lose 20lb in 6 weeks, but expect some muscle loss along with some fat and water. I wouldn't recommend that.

If you want to try anyway, you're not going to do that eating -500cal below maintenance. That's a lb a week, so unless you're doing mad cardio (even then tbh), you're gonna find it hard.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Guys, I'd just like to hear your opinions on how much training will result in overtraining and actually being a bad thing. Everyone tells me different things, so I thought I'd see what you guys say about it.

Atm it's pre season so I'm doing 3-4 gym sessions a week, plus 2-3 cardio sessions, and 1-2 sport specific sessions with drills and whatnot, just to give you an idea.
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