pOrN iS GoOD foR yOu guYZ trUsT mE
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.
My goal right now is to lose the stomach/thigh fat that has been an annoyance to me for several years now. I'm not overweight, but I hate being able to grab a chuck of my gut in my hand, esspecially since I've been working on my abs but they won't show because of the fat in front of it. I also keep swearing off sugar but always come back to it for one reason or another. Highly considering getting a Planet Fitness membership because that's the closest and cheapest gym to me even though it's a normalnig hangout that actively discourages effort.
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Update on goals, I'm on track so far. My short term goal was ten hours of training in one week before the end of June. I trained 1 hour a day from the 10th to the 19th, with today and yesterday off, so I just have to bump it up by 3 hours in the next 7 days.
To clarify, the one week 36 hours training goal is just for 1 week, not something I intend to keep up. The way I plan on going about it is to do one 3 hour session in the morning, one 3 hour session in the evening for six days. I plan on making an attempt soon, maybe from July 5th to the 10th, just to gauge how far off I am. Maybe I'll make it sooner than I thought I could. We'll see.
Reporting my missed short term goal. I only trained for 6 hours this week. I need to develop my working capacity more. In my defence there has been a heatwave and it was 100 degrees Fahrenheit inside the house, nevermind outside where I usually train. Anyway, I'll keep working at it.
My main goal is losing my stomach before bulking back up in a "cleaner" way rather than just getting fat. I started keto 2 weeks ago and I've already lost a bunch of the initial water weight and some gut fat (down about 10 pounds). I'm probably about a month more out from being at the point where I can see my abs.
After that I want to be at 200 pounds and actually look good (wide in the chest, not round in the gut, for example) which will probably take to the end of the year to even begin to achieve.
As for weights, if I can squat 280 by the end of this year I'll be ecstatic. I'm at ~200 right now, started with just the bar mid-January.
I just want to stop being extremely skinny. Alongside that i can already do 40 pushups under 30 seconds, i want to push that to 50 in about 2 months. Some abs would be great to go with that but it could wait.
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?