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My high school running career was pretty good. In 2020, my senior year, my sprint game was greatly increased to where I was able to run in the top group. However, the plandemic essentially cancelled track season, and ruined my spirits entirely. The latent soycial distancing grad ceremony did not help.
While I am not out of shape, I am off my A game both mentally and physically.
Any routines or motivators I should look into for hardcore sprint training? I do have access to a track and I do still remember good form and stretches.
I'm more so looking for organization, if that makes sense.
My main goals are simply to set at least a few new PRs.
Regardless, all sprinting and running discussion is welcome.
I don't know jack about sprinting. Never done it before. What would you recommend for someone who just wants try it casually OP? Any tips or good resources?
>you will never be able to run from that feel
HEY NIGGERS ITS THE TIME OF THE YEAR WHERE YOU GET DRAGGED OUT OF YOUR BOARD TO COME WATCH THE SUPERB OWL WITH UNCLE SPEE!
DROP BY FOR BEER, WOMEN, AND LOTS OF SNAX
CYA THERE! (you ARE going to make it, right?)
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I'm in the mood for a weighted jacket that I can wear under my normal clothes all day every day. Any recommendations? I don't want it to be too light or too cumbersome (as in, doesn't fit well around my body and under my clothes). Any suggestions/recommendations?
The weight distribution changes your gait/body mechanics. That may or may not be a concern depending on goals and priorities. It's also hard on your pack, I've ruined multiple packs from carrying heavy shit in them.
I just bought a Brute Force 40lb weight vest, I will test it out once I pack it with sand and let you all know my review.
I kind of want to do this with chain mail because chain mail is cool and it'd give me an excuse to have it.
You'd be protected against wild nigger attacks if you live in London!
This is your /fit/ pdf library. I can't vouch for everything, because I'm still working through my collection so I'll just post what I have and let anon sort it out.
Next time try to convert all of the files into pdf. I was recently gifted a Kindle and apparently it ((( ((( (((doesn't support))) ))) ))) epub.
Complaining here mostly because I have to manually convert them now.
Calibre wasn't being a bitch so I decided to do your work for free.
Here are all the files AmaZOG's ((( (((Kindred))) ))) won't recognize into its system.
Th-thanks, you too.
Since it werks on my machine (kobo), I didn't realise the absolute state of kindle. Imagine an ereader that can't read epubs.
you wouldn't believe how much I like this book's cover art. bros for life.
greetings and salutations, /fit/izens
i'm thin as fuck 55kg (120 lbs) and i'm manlet 177cm (5'8). i have a few dumbbells at home. how do i start building muscle and getting fit? i'm so fucking weak and i just can't stand it. my hands are very thin and it's starting to make me look like a fag. i need to know that if push goes to shove i'll be able to defend myself. seriously help. i think i need:
>diet plan (im neet so no 20 euro salads)
>people to watch/read
>whatever else i don't know
THANK YOU ANONS
Are you looking like the Michelin tire man yet? I'm not too much into getting stupidly ripped, but I can see the effort that went into it.
How's your progress for for someone who doesn't do bench presses? 35kg isn't too much of an indicator for me.
im fucking proud of u anon
we're all gonna do it bros
>are you looking like the Michelin tire man yet
>35kg isn't too much of an indicator for me.
yeah it's not a lot. i can actually do more but i was advised to stick to 35kg until i can do 50 to 70 presses without shitting myself. slow and easy wins the race anon
thanks man. i really appreciate your posts they've helped a ton. i just came back from gym i go back jogging. 6km how are you doing?
>How's your progress for for someone who doesn't do bench presses? 35kg isn't too much of an indicator for me.
I went to the gym for about two months and a half straight weighing just about as much as him and gained about 10 kg and could bench around 30 kg at my peak, so I figure his progress is about average for what you'd expect from most.
>Are you looking like the Michelin tire man yet?
No way, that's like 1+ year of constant exercise at least, he's not even ottermode yet. He probably just looks like a healthy not skeleton-yn not noodly armed person, who can flex a good looking chunk of meat on his gun.
So how you doing OP? any updates?
I'm in a somewhat same boat as I'm roughly 130lbs and 6'1. I've been working out and eating what I can for around 4 years now, I got "decent" looking muscle here and there but overall I still look like a hungry skeleton. I've struggled with weight gain my whole life and I'm starting to think this most be related to some weird ass disease or who knows.
As for my diet: I'm poor af and everything is fucking expensive here, at best I can afford for meat or chicken once a week sometimes less, I drink a milkshake with a banana and oats on the regular but to no avail
Post about conditioning, technique, theory, training methods and frequency, sport fighting, self defence, fighters, and martial arts cinema.
Is TKD bro still here?
>is TKD bro still here?
We're here forever. As of me, I've become very inactive as of lately.
Unless I find a path to motivation and I learn to schedule my time you won't be hearing much from me.
Did you quit the dojang or something?
I'm away from the town, which means I have to get my shit together.
And my shit is fucked.
I see. Well, good luck with whatever is going on. Consider training on your own, you can make skill progress even with minimal practice if you pay attention.
Post your goals, short term, mid term and long range. Ideally, include deadlines for accountability.
Personally, my goal is primarily to increase training volume. I'm aiming to complete at least 1 week at 10 hours of training by the end of June. I want to hit 36 hours by the end of the year. I managed somewhere between 25 and 30 hours a week for about 2 months at my best more than 5 years ago so it's doable, though ambitious.
I am fed up. I am done with meme workouts and diet plans including cardio, running, and everything else. It's time to drop the bullshit miracle workouts and go back to what worked: just fucking lift. I don't care that a gym membership at any other place besides (((Planet Fitness))) is $45 a month, I will not step foot in that anti-lifter shithole as long as I live. The gains begin tomorrow.
Thats my nigger, crush these weights tomorrow. You got this.
My goal right now is to lose ~2 inches off my waist. It's a pretty simple goal, but later I want to build muscle and get stronger. Baby steps.
God speed anon.
I am slowly working towards completing the 100 push up challenge, and making some good progress. How are you anons doing?
Do it for her YOURSELF Edition
Why aren't you running, anon?
I, for one, aren't because I'm a lazy piece of shit and my motivation runs out extremely quickly after the initial sporadic bursts I get from now and then. One thing I noticed is that this lack of motivation comes, at least in part, from the lack of company and the inability to discuss the activity or compare your results with anyone else.
So I thought of making this thread to encourage anons to pick up running and actually keep at it in hopes that the sense of community with will keep everyone engaged enough not to drop out after the first week day.
I'm absolutely not an expert but, if you're interested in joining and are an absolute beginner I would wholeheartedly recommend the C25K program (pic related #2), I tried it and while progress is slow, it's very easy to follow and you see the first results near immediately, even if you've never done jackshit in your life. IMPORTANT: don't run if you're a tub of lard, you'll just fuck up your joints! Lose some weight first, chubby!
So, from tomorrow morning onwards, I'm going to start my running routine again and I will post updates after every session so we can get the ball rolling and hopefully we can get more people involved and bring more activity to the board! Everyone's welcome!
>updates about your activity
>informative videos and images
>tips, tricks and suggestions of all sorts
>shoes and clothing reccs
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For me mostly hard rock, heavy metal and power metal. I gets me going so good.
My go to bands are Manowar, Motörhead, Blue Öyster Cult, Powerwolf and Sabaton to name a few.
Powerwolf specially I recommend. Seriously, try doing your routine with the Blessed and Possessed playing.
I've a rough relationship with music. Whenever it plays, it gives me a mood boost for a brief time, but at large I feel my focus fades away as I'm consumed by the music instead of the exercise.
Why would you ever listen to music either way? Aren't you strong willed enough to not need it?
Aren't you strong willed enough to maintain focus
>implying music doesn't inhibit total focus
I doubt you would concentrate either.
Meant for >>985
Powerwolf is God-tier for getting pumped up, idk how "people" can get hyped up to rap "music" in their overpriced Beats "headphones"
Containment thread in order to prevent the martial arts thread from becoming my personal blog, given how dead /fit/ has been lately. Original post with a basic breakdown of the routine >>798
After some training and research I've updated the program. I will continue to refine the program as I go, but I will try to finish a given version of the routine before changing, which means the version I've posted in this thread won't go into effect until next month. The strength training portion replaces the circuit on days when that is what is being trained. The "Monk's Isometric" guide is in the infographs thread.
This thread is also intended for anyone who wants to post a training journal, not just myself, so please do so, I am interested in what other anons training looks like.
>bo doesn't want an active board
If a board isn't being posted on, it's dead.
The way to attract posters is by keeping the board active. I don't appreciate the implication that my posts and threads are low quality. Especially when I've gone to the trouble of creating oc for the board.
you are retarded
Finished page 1. I trained 16 hours total for the last 20 days, but only on 10 days out of the 20. I had to substitute some strength oriented sessions for the the circuit as my legs were absolutely shot. The version posted on this thread takes that into account by adding the alternate strength workouts by design. It also fixes a couple omissions.
Since I didn't train today, and I missed my target, I'm starting on page 2 tomorrow. See you in 20 days.
I've decided to modify things a bit. I'm going to start on a new page tomorrow instead of waiting to finish the page I'm on. There are a few reasons for this. I think this version is better balanced overall, more challenging, and more sustainable long term. One can go as hard or easy as one likes by adjusting circuit reps and take up to a week off if necessary without losing any gains. 2 weeks is more psychologically manageable and more appropriate for my long term goals, as I want to cycle on and off a calorie deficit. Metabolic adaptation starts to set in after 2 weeks on a caloric deficit, so you really don't want to go longer than that if you don't want to end up with a low basal metabolic rate.
As you can see, it's structured a bit differently. The light workout is something that shouldn't leave you too tired, it's meant to be done before going to work. I have my own plans for this time, if anyone wants to try the regimen, just do whatever is suitable for you in this regard.
On the initial post on the martial arts thread explaining the schedule, I said to aim for at least 2 "reps" of the circuit. Disregard that, especially for this version. Do as many as you can do sustainably, if that's 1, so be it.
In case anyone is interested in copying it, here's my 10 minute warm-up:
>100 up minor (walking in place with high knees)
>the following calisthenics, 10 reps (or seconds for holds) each
>timed my "10 minute" warm-up
I guess it's fine. I like my warm-up the way it is.