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>>960
Here's some for ya, I've lost 20kg in the past months, I'm still a fat /v/irgin but I'm slowly getting there.My weight loss coincided with me being away from imageboards, I wonder if there's a relation.
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Me on the left 
Motivation posting
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More motivation
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>>976
>a fucking leaf
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Dump infographs, workout plans, diet lists, recipes, etc. here.
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>>993
Look him up.
In any case you shouldn't trust anyone telling you to consume canola oil.
>>993
>>992
>solbrah cookbook
Have fun with the potato water.
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>>1095
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>>462

>A man who refuses to do squats for fear that they will give him a ghetto booty. 

If squats doesn't do that, then what does it actually do?
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>>1138
Why are you replying (a year later) to a retard who was unironically bitching about "homophobia"? 
Anyway, squats do develop your glutes (this is a good thing for athleticism) but for most people, they primarily develop the quadriceps.

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Post old /fit/ banners or make some new ones.
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>>917
>>920
Added, prepare yourselves for /fit/ 2.0
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>>996
I WAS TOLD THERE WOULD BE A /fit/ 2.0
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>>1011
I'm trying, get fags from other boards to come here and talk about their gainz. but don't make threads for it, that's haram
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>>1000
i'd make it look better but Pinta fucking sucks

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This is Grizzly, your overlord. I am aware that this board has been dead for quite some time, and that is my fault. I have been very busy with life's endless stream of bullshit and as a result have fallen behind in not just my lifting, but every other meaningful thing I've wanted to do with my life as well. Now that I'm working back into a manageable schedule, I'd like to use this thread for a little experiment.
This thread (and hopefully the ones that come after it) will be a daily journal for anons to chronologue their fitness journeys. After each workout, post what you did, how long you did it, what you did it with, and anything else that happened that pertains to fitness. There is already a similar thread like this one >>32 focused on running, but I would like to expand the workout journal idea to all forms involved, including lifting, cardio, dieting, and anything else that may be of interest to fellow /fit/izens. Yes, it is blogposting and I will not attempt to disguise it as anything else. But it's a good way for anons to share advice with each other on maximizing gainz and bringing up the PPH for the board as a whole.
So with all that being said, tell us about your workout today. You DID lift today, right?
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Starting to do the leangains diet, my body feels like it's about to violently overthrow my brain in a coup detat but I'm sick of this fat on my chest.
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>>1134
I got sick the day after this workout and had to take a couple weeks off. It really affected my strength and over the last week I have been trying to get back to where I was when I last posted. I have managed to get back to the same weight during my workout yesterday but it was certainly more tiring to get through, so I'm not quite there yet but I expect to be caught up by the end of next week.
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squats are getting harder and I am afraid
I keep thinking this is a /Daily Japanese Thread/ every time I see it.
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Failed my lifts on squat, bench press, and power clean. Deloaded the latter two and will start lighter on the former on Wednesday. Probably my body acclimating to the new diet and I was kind of bullshitting the last few times anyways. Not even the greatest band of all time was enough to push me forward, although it did help briefly.

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Having just finished finished a book on the old 5 pound dumbbell system, and beginning to read some of the old literature such as Strength, and How to Obtain It and Muscle Control, I am inspired to create a thread on the old timers. These guys were amazing and made their achievements without steroids or modern supplements.
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calcutta light dumbell disciples from the 1930s.
their diet was probably milk with veggies and they had a pair of dumbells..but they look peak human
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>>1151
>peak human
<poo looks like something bit a chunk out of his chest
<second guy looks like a senior that just got out of a hot tub
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>>1152
that's what you get for using too much internet
you isolate otherwise ordinary things and make mounts out of anthills
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>>877
404 or am I just retarded?

>>1151
>>1130
Somehow these demonstrations of abdominal muscle control are less grotesque than the roidlet freakshow modern bodybuilding has been.
>>1151
sirs... I kneel...

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If you have a simple one-liner question, ask it here.
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How the fuck do I make quick steel-cut oatz?

I tried soaking mine using a 1 to 3 ratio of steel cut oats, soaking them overnight in a glass jar, and it did jack shit. I thought I needed to microwave it for 2 minutes, so I did. it STILL didn't come out the gooey delicious pudding-like consistency I wanted. I ended up stove-cooking it.

How do I do overnight steel-cut oats and keep it at that delcious pudding-consistency, not watery garbage?
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>>1179
you really can't, they're too hard and need to cook for a long time, 25-30 minutes is how long I do mine.
>>1177
Yeah, you're probably right. It's just in >>13, and in the exrx calisthenics workout, some equipment is necessary. Still I'll see giving bodyweight exercise a try, even if I don't have a suspension trainer.
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>>1184
I have to emphasise that callisthenics do not require dedicated equipment. 
>dip station
2 chairs.
>suspension trainer
A towel. Builds insane grip strength as a bonus.
>pull up bar
A tree branch, an exposed beam, also a towel thrown over something  works for grip pull ups. Some public parks have pull up stations.  
>row bar
A broom handle laid across 2 chairs.

Personally I think that for a beginner all you need are 5 exercises:
>press ups
>squats
>sit ups*
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>>1172
Only piece of equipment I own is a pull up bar which cost £8 on ebay

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In which anons will autistically screech about their masturbation habits. For me, it's been 26 days as of this post, with no nocturnal emissions (that's the challenging part). I used to have a habit of jerking it in controlled routine, once a week just to maintain emotional stability with a modicum of energy. However I have worked on developing a mindset and set of goals that will help manage the energy. Here's what Napoleon Hill has to say about it.
>When driven by this desire, men develop keenness of imagination, courage, will-power, persistence, and creative ability unknown to them at other times. So strong and impelling is the desire for sexual contact that men freely run the risk of life and reputation to indulge it. When harnessed, and redirected along other lines, this motivating force maintains all of its attributes of keenness of imagination, courage, etc., which may be used as powerful creative forces in literature, art, or in any other profession or calling, including, of course, the accumulation of riches
>The transmutation of sex energy calls for the exercise of will-power, to be sure, but the reward is worth the effort. The desire for sexual expression is inborn and natural. The desire cannot, and should not be submerged or eliminated. But it should be given an outlet through forms of expression which enrich the body, mind, and spirit of man. If not given this form of outlet, through transmutation, i
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I realized that if you intentionally reduce libido/testosterone/penis to control lust..thats CHEATING. If you follow hindus or Graham and avoid spicy meat to avoid lust,,thats CHEATING.
true Celibate Semen Retention is conquering lust.but there Has-To-Be lust to begin with,to conquer it!!
THUS:
>how do i magickally increase my Libido?or with foods,excercises? jelqing/kegels'
>how do i alchemically(herbs,foods, concotions)increase my libido and (hypthetical)sexual prowess?
>how do I put myself to the strictest test by making comely woman propose to me,thus putting my in the volcel situation of deciding to either have sex or remain Celibate Man? Mental Remote attraction("telephaty"). pheromones,if theyre even real?
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>>1156
why do you type like a schizo/boomer
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I found a compromise between fapping and being /fit/ and that is life sized lower torso masturbators. The higher end ones can weight  more than 15kg and allow for natural penetration, no death grip ruining your dick. Now you can work out while masturbating and the sore muscles guarantee that one doesn't overdo it.
>>1156
This Rasputin autism is a completely wrong approach. The point of celibacy is to channel sexual energy into other kinds of development or achievement, not to treat it like some kind of vidya challenge run done for it's own sake.
>>430 (OP) 
You guys should take a look at these vids. keep in mind, the titles are clickbait as shit, but it actually is great stuff. 

https://invidious.mutahar.rocks/watch?v=DFR_uZFdvG0
https://invidious.mutahar.rocks/watch?v=01XR3rDSi4k
https://invidious.mutahar.rocks/watch?v=D8ft0PHdVlU

If you have trouble with the pacing, play them while you do exploration, building vidya, or drawing, it works great.

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I'm using Crystal Quest's Fluoride/Multi Cartridge in þeir "Undersink Single Water Filter System" (pic related). Not willing to fork over six hundred bucks to buy a fluoride meter yet, so until þen, I'll just hope it's doing its job. 

/late/ jannies kept deleting my fluorideposts, so I figured I'd bring 'em here. If you don't know þe scoop on fluoride, here's þe gist:

"The Impact of Fluoride on the Developing Brain" by Power of Prevention: 
[yewtu.be/watch?v=hI4kpvW760M]

1. It calcifies your pineal gland, rendering it relatively useless. If you didn't know already, þis is big, because þe pineal gland produces seratonin and melatonin. Seratonin is associated wiþ happiness, but stabilizes overall mood, cognition, learning, memory, and more. Of course, melatonin used to initiate sleep and align wiþ one's circadian rhyþm. Þose who are out of sync wiþ þeir circadian rhyþm (of which I am myself guilty) are much more likely to be unhappy and to experience þe whole range of mental disorders. Þroughout religion and spirituality, þe pineal gland is associated wiþ þe þird eye.

2. As a toxic substance, it harms brain development. Many studies have shown þat children whose water and baby formula was fluoridated as infants had lower IQ's compared to children whose water supply was non-fluoridated. (Some studies found from þe video's description: https://ehp.
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>>1051 (OP) 
I'm lucky that I've always lived in places that don't fluoridate the water supply, or on property with a well. Still have to watch out for bottled water and coolers though.
What surprises me is how hostile some "people" get about the issue. It's always vaxtards (even pre covid) too who act like you're personally attacking them if you don't want to poison yourself.
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Is there a way to test the function of my pineal gland?
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>>1054
Þere have been studies where þe calcification of pineal glands has been measured, but I don't know how to accurately assess þe level on an individual scale, outside of intuition - which is someþing þe more spiritually inclined claim þat þe pineal gland is largely responsible for. Ways to quickly help decalcify þe gland include consuming apple cider vinegar, turmeric, and iodine, of which þe last seaweed is þe food most rich in. Þere's also a shamanic ritual involving "Rapé" root (real name, not a joke) þat purportedly decalcifies þe pineal gland.

I also didn't realize until just now researching it, þat a calcified pineal gland can possibly increase one's risk of Alzheimer's, schizophrenia, migraines, and kidney diseases, as well as vice versa. (Sauce: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5620462/)
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>>1051 (OP) 
>>1065
>þorn autism
>doesn't differentiate ðe voiced dental fricative
Probably you do ðis because your teeþ are fucked up so it all sounds the same.

>>1054
Try to contact Eris. If you get a noisy signal it's been calcified. Don't worry if you can't reach Her though-- She's probably just being a bitch.
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>>1141
>there are discordians on /fit/

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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.
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>>1050
Uncle Adolf has already finished 20+ books in the collection so make sure to actually read them and not just let them sit on anon's hard drive.
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>>1048
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.
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>>1071
Calibre wasn't being a bitch so I decided to do your work for free.
https://mega.nz/folder/wEEAyLwK#-X4YS2kuCaQZnibkkBfRDQ
Here are all the files AmaZOG's ((( (((Kindred))) ))) won't recognize into its system.
Fuck you.
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>>1072
>fuck you
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.
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>that can't
That won't.

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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:

>exercise plan
>diet plan (im neet so no 20 euro salads)
>people to watch/read
>whatever else i don't know

THANK YOU ANONS
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>>944
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.
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>>944
im fucking proud of u anon
we're all gonna do it bros
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>>945
>are you looking like the Michelin tire man yet
no. 
>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
>>946
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?
>>945
>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.
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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

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