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No weight on the bar, chick is obviously learning so i can't criticise.


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Yeah, criticizing beginners is no fun. Criticizing people who think they're ALL DAT is a lot of fun.
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........her arms are like toothpicks. Beginner? Cmon man, she's doing her best to lift the bar itself. I just thought the picture was funny not like I'mma go to the gym and laugh at these bitches.

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is that kelly kelly?
Still takes guts to get under that bar and not be a cardio bunny like the majority of her gender bro.

Edit: Or a machine hopper either.
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The most powerful punches come from somebody with horrible kicking technique(nothing to do with power) for Taekwondo or kicking in martial arts standards.
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Hello, I have a dilemma that has plagued me for some time, and I was wondering if someone has gone through the same thing or has some advice. I am 25 years old and since January of last year I have lost 150 pounds. I did this gimmick free just eating right and exercising everyday. Although I am comfortable with my size I wouldnt mind losing 20 more pounds, however it's not really a priority.

Here is my problem, I generally go three to four days eating healthy and jog three miles daily. However, one day I will start to crave bad food uncontrollably and binge really bad, (I was 350 pounds for a reason) thus I put on the weight that I lost a few days prior. This wouldn't be a big deal because as I am not really gaining weight overall, but I feel this is a waste of money and eventually will catch up to me either because of injury or age.

Does anybody have any advice? Yes I know some are just going to say stop, but when you are conditioned to eat that way for 10+ years it's not just easy to stop. Also, yes I did this once by losing the weight but when you're pretty happy with your size and you're not putting the weight back on the true hardcore motivation is gone. Can it be fixed by eating the right foods, more calories, or more variety? Or am I just doomed to repeat this cycle because of entrenched conditioning? I have tried to stop this several times and I don't do this from apathy, it is just some days all I can think about are bad foods to the point it controls me.

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Hello, I have a dilemma that has plagued me for some time, and I was wondering if someone has gone through the same thing or has some advice. I am 25 years old and since January of last year I have lost 150 pounds. I did this gimmick free just eating right and exercising everyday. Although I am comfortable with my size I wouldnt mind losing 20 more pounds, however it's not really a priority.

Here is my problem, I generally go three to four days eating healthy and jog three miles daily. However, one day I will start to crave bad food uncontrollably and binge really bad, (I was 350 pounds for a reason) thus I put on the weight that I lost a few days prior. This wouldn't be a big deal because as I am not really gaining weight overall, but I feel this is a waste of money and eventually will catch up to me either because of injury or age.

Does anybody have any advice? Yes I know some are just going to say stop, but when you are conditioned to eat that way for 10+ years it's not just easy to stop. Also, yes I did this once by losing the weight but when you're pretty happy with your size and you're not putting the weight back on the true hardcore motivation is gone. Can it be fixed by eating the right foods, more calories, or more variety? Or am I just doomed to repeat this cycle because of entrenched conditioning? I have tried to stop this several times and I don't do this from apathy, it is just some days all I can think about are bad foods to the point it controls me.
I had the exact same problem. I was perfect from mon - thursday, then I'd eat a whole pizza on friday.

trick is obvious, self control. But, better advice is to give into small urges now and then. It's better in the long run to be over your daily calorie deficit by 100 everyday then 1000 one day a week. I eat at 1800 a day for a 600 calorie deficit; so if I eat a few extra cookies, and end up at 1900, I'm chill and won't pig out on the weekend.

I'd also suggest keeping a food journal (annoying but recommended by any professional nutritionist) so you're 100% accountable for your diet. so if you want a slice of pizza you have to write it down first and calculate it out; it might just be the thing that makes your craving mind snap back to reality.
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do u even lift gebu

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do u even lift gebu
I do, but I'm more into nutrition vs lifting. So I wouldn't really comment on form or muscle gaining stuff. Why? you need a lifting buddy?
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