>>136151951 Because I don't have a treadmill to run those 10KM and fuck going outside for such a long run everyday. I'd probably to it non consecutively at first seeing as all I can manage is 20 with my hikineet body, then move up to consecutive.
>>136152469 running a treadmill is nowhere near the same as actually carrying yourself a distance. trust me. Im not a physicist but I know it takes about a tenth of the effort. and why not go outside? life is beautiful. also, part of the workout is EVERY SINGLE DAY.
>>136152629 >Of course but it still applies that you could die tomorrow
What does this have to do with anything though. If you have only limited time on earth why do nothing with it. Use the time you have to be productive fit and healthy so that your limited time is more enjoyable than living as a fat slob.
Nobody expects a six pack to stop bullets. Also using the inevitably of death as an excuse to stay fat and ugly is the most dumbass fedora wearing fuccboi shit I've ever.
>>136152526 >running a treadmill is nowhere near the same as actually carrying yourself a distance. trust me. Im not a physicist but I know it takes about a tenth of the effort. Unless you are grabbing at the handles I could see that but how does running normally on a flat surface differ from running normally on a flat surface? >part of the workout is EVERY SINGLE DAY. By non consecutively I meant doing a set of twenty, resting, then doing another until my body got used to it without having a meltdown when I tried for 100. I'd still be putting in the required number everyday just not in one go. Building up is way better than just jumping to it and having your body going nuclear on your ass.
>>136152629 I dont plan on nor do I expect to die any day. to live my life with that fear limiting me in my activities would be a life without freedom. I know that my time is limited, and even if I spent my whole life accumulating amazing objects, possesions and experiences, I would still die. Yes. so to live my life selfishly is pointless. The basis of all life is production and reproduction. As the countless billions of humans before me were produced band nurtured to maturity by others, it only follows the natural life cycle that I would produce and give back to the world that has been fed into me. The culmination of a true life is the impact and changes in the world left and stayed long after I am gone. My children, my family, my work; all of it it greater than me. To become a complete person, I seek to fulfill my life in all its capacities, and that means producing the most positive change in the world, and myself. because they are one and the same.
>>136152722 >running on a flat surface the difference is that on a treadmill, the flat surface is running under you. regardless of your level of effort, the same distance and speed will be applied to whatever settings you have it on. instead of using the real effort of pushing your body against gravity and propelling yourself forward, the forward is propelling towards you, and you need only balance on it. see what Im saying? > I meant doing a set of twenty, resting.... oh, of course. it would nutso to dive right in. Im trying to do this myself actually, ive been doing sets of 25.
>>136151951 Honestly any anon on this forum can do this regularly after 1-2 month. You have to build yourself up to this lvl because it's unrealistic and dangerous to go for that lvl when you've been living a sedentary life. I would recommending doing 1/10th of that every day and added 5 reps and 400 meters(1 lap around a track) every 2 weeks until you reach the final goal. One push-up, One sit-up, one squat, and one step at a time is how you reach your goal.
I've doing it for 4 years before one punch man even came out. Mostly my inspiration is the calisthenics workout not opm. 130 push up 100 sit ups 2 km run. And guess what, I'm not even that close to being strong. It's a lot t of bullshit.
Thats a pretty bad workout actually. You should never combine exercises to build muscle with exercises to improve your stamina. The stamina exercises will cause your body to produce substances that inhibit muscle growth. That's also the reason why people think it's impossible to build muscle using only the own body weight, they simply try to build muscle by running.
I need to fix my diet, but to fix my diet I need money, but to get money I need a job, but to get a job I need to be healthy, but to be healthy I need to exercise, but for the exercise to even make an impact I need to fix my diet.
I've been living the hiki lifestyle for nearly 10 years being enabled by my dad, living off mostly junk food (pizza and anything microwavable). Having been either sitting or sleeping for nearly 10 years I'm afraid of how much movement I can actually do before I get a heart attack.
You're not taking into account that once you've achieved perpetual momentum that you're under the same conditions as on a treadmill. It may seem as if you're putting more effort into keeping up the momentum when not on a treadmill, but it's just perspective. Just like the band is moving under you, the ground is moving under you once you've gained perpetual motion.
10km run can take up to 50 minutes - lets say an hour with cool-down. Add in getting changed before and after, and maybe a shower afterward you are looking at a 2 hour commitment every day for very little benefit.
I used to run a dojo and one of my students did a 10km run 3 times a week. It didn't help his cardio much or his endurance in sparring and training.
I would say you are better off doing tabata sprints or intervals. Or a VO2 max test aka beep test.
In 2013 I wanted to go to the next Olympics doing Judo. I was also in the military and part of a special forces unit that allowed an hour of fitness training a day during work hours (I was an support officer, not an operator).
Every day I did 120 L-pull ups and 120 kettle-bell swings with 40kg kettlebell at work. During the day I would do a further 400 clapping push-ups, 400 squats, and 400 sit-ups. This was every day, of every week, of every month for a year.
To add to that I did 9 hours of Judo a week (three 3 hour sessions) at an Olympic level.
I was already at a high level of fitness but this pushed my body beyond anything I had ever done. But I didn't account for over-training.
The intense workouts, long Judo sessions and lack of recovery led to injuries which crippled me by the end of the year. I could no longer do push-ups because of chronic pain in my shoulders, my knees and feet were in constant pain and my muscles wouldn't heal.
I attended a lot of competitions and placed in the top three of all of them, and I was on track for an Olympic placement, but in the end I had to decide whether I was willing to destroy my body for 15 minutes of glory. I decided it wasn't worth it and quit.
I've stopped doing Judo, but I still train martial arts.
Everything comes with a price. All the high level olympic and ex-olympic Judoka from my old dojo are broken wrecks. Same goes for high level athletes. They are all broken.
>>136154696 This is kinda sad. Isn't regular training supposed to improve your body, not ruin it? What sport/martial art/exercise is the best for maintaining good health even at an old age (let's say 70-80 years)?
>>136154992 This is far from regular training anon. Over training is a very real thing, but you should fear it as much as girls that fear going to the gym because they'll get too bulky ie you shouldn't.
>>136155247 Well sure, if you're already used to running long distances it won't matter that much. But if you suddenly, out of nowhere, start to run 10km everyday for multiple years, then yes it will damage your legs
>>136154759 Can confirm. If you just get the generic brands of it a can of solid tuna is $1 here in NY. And they go on sale all the time, sometimes down to just 33 cents a can. I stack the fuck up on them when that happens, love seafood.
>>136151951 How come nothing in his work out actually increase punching power? Stamina training is irrelevant since he wins every fight with one punch, and punch power comes from back muscles, so in reality, he should be training with one thousand pull ups every day and nothing else
>>136155190 If you're sprinting 10km ok that's fucked, most people would just jog that.
Pretty sure if you do your stretches and wear good shoes fit for the task you could be fine, but in all honesty I'm not from /fit/, if someone is, please list what could happen for someone who does everything right from a 10km jog.
If there is a way to do 10km running every day do list that to, though I think this is a bit much
>>136155571 It is not impossible - but you need to eat and sleep a LOT so that you have Energy to do so. Besides that after like 2 weeks doing that it shouldn't be a big problem anymore because your muscles adapt to that workout. Half a year ago i did that every second day to lose weight straight for 2 weeks but stopped than and just jogged 6 kilometers every day with little muscle workout
I'm the same anon that posted the B210k workout. There's other people in my neighborhood that walk/run on a regular basis, and I'm sure there's some where you live also. Before, nobody knew who I was. Now I have milfs waving and making small talk with me every other day, it's a good feel. But still 3D>2D
>>136151951 /fit/ here. This isn't a very effective workout. Way too focused around too few muscle groups. Any basic cross fit training program will be more beneficial to you. Also if you're a beginner jumping into 100 squats a day is not gonna be feasible.
>>136155571 There's so much you can do before your body break anon. It happened to me before i reached the 10km mark, wasn't even doing the opm training. Your muscles heal fast but not your bones, running everyday will put far too much stress on them and unless you are a professional athlete it's not worth the pain and getting crippled later in your life.
>>136157376 And a tip to you m'good sir. Everyone should always remember to fear the strong and that they don't deserve to live because they don't spend every second of their lifes thinking about death.
These two anons are right. Athletes are machines and Olympic training pushes the body beyond normal limits - regularly to breaking point.
Regular exercise is healthy, over training can ruin you. It takes years to reach a high level of fitness. If you just jump in the deep end and expect to push out hundreds of push-ups a day without building yourself up first, your body is just going to break.
Adding to that doing an isolated exercise (like a push-up) will unbalance your muscle structure without a counter exercise (assisted pull-up, pull-up, dip). There is an exact science to exercise.
I can't really exercise when it's hot, my body is built for the nordlands. My body starts melting at like 20C while exercising. Not in a good way either, it actually interferes with the exercise by making everything slippery.
>>136154992 >What sport/martial art/exercise is the best for maintaining good health even at an old age (let's say 70-80 years)?
I've practiced aikido for close to 9 years, and I think it's excellent for this purpose. There are no competitive matches, so no one has any motive to wreck you, you're mostly moving just your own mass, so it's very safe to practice. So long as you're not a total landwhale anyway. I've never once been injured in practice. And when you get thrown down and get up hundreds of times in a night, you're bound to get in a pretty good shape eventually. When you gain experience, you can set the pace for your own technique and go faster if you want a heavier workout.
Of course, it's not completely risk-free. You can take anything too far, and practitioners commonly have trouble with their knees due to practicing too much/not moving right.
>>136160482 What exactly defines a beginner? When I started, I haven't done any exercise in years. I wasn't fat or anything, but weak and flabby. The day I started working out, I did 100 push ups and 100 squats (with dumbbells) without problems. Three days in sequence, no cramps. Even increased reps weekly, until I got to 400.
>skeletons running more than 5k >not adding weight once you hit a fuck-ton of reps >no one talks about dieting properly, caloric intake, etc.. >meme squats without added weight >neckbeards making excuses as usual
>>136152526 You're no physicist, or useful human being either.
All you have to do is put your treadmill at a slight incline. That counteracts any of the assistance a treadmill might be giving you.
Even without that, you really think it's a tenth of the effort? Ok, you put that treadmill at 15mph and run about a tenth as hard as you would on pavement. If you don't break your face on something, you win a cookie.
>>136162646 20 km is so much. I understand where you're coming from, walks are nice and all, so is exploring your surroundings. But on 20 km I call bullshit. You may walk around, yes, but not that much, not every day and you most certainly would have exhausted your immediate surroundings if that were true.
>>136162856 >tfw the "gym" I go to is mostly empty and I can train for myself (it's more for physical therapym but hey, they have nice equipment) Great feel. If I happened to fuck myself up, I can stay right there and get proper treatment.
>>136153821 I did 5x5 for about 5-6 months. Got some serious strength gains but my already big thighs got bigger and my pants stopped fitting. If you don't have big thighs I wouldn't worry about it, but if you do I'd tell you not to squat every single workout.
>>136162823 This is a part of my resolution (thankfully not a new year's one). Once every 2 years I opt to do something crazy.
My previous ones were 2 years of street workouts around the age of 19 (dips, chinups, etc..), cycling (dominantly with a normal pace, but not without fast pedaling in each session).
Each time I meet tons of people who are willing to help me. It's fucking great. I am not the sociable and talkative type, but when I meet people with the same interests, I don't feel as anxious to talk with them.
I'm sorry if this doesn't make any sense, I'm not english.
>>136163239 >absolutely no fighting experience whatsoever >take Tai Chi >sifu is the tiniest little chinese lady >faster and more agile than the entire class >master of multiple weapons I hope I can get as good as her one day. But I'll have to stick with her for at least 10 years. I hope she stays alive.
>>136164389 It wasn't depression, but it was something akin to it. It jumpstarted something inside me.
I wanted to do something with my life - I had spent most of my teen years indoors, fapping and wasting away the best times of my life, feeling miserable.
meeting new people with common interests has been an amazing experience for me, it has allowed me to socialize more. I've met (female) high-school teachers in their thirties who jog for fun (and for stress relief? Teens are sometimes awful people to deal with.), 23 year old workout pros, swimmers, old people...
Hell, life is interesting if you actually bother to go outside and do things. Complaining how life is boring when all you do is stay at home isn't something you should do.
>>136164506 Quit it for at least half a week (or a week if you feel motivated).
The only times you should touch your dick during that period is when peeing and when cleaning it.
Don't ever start playing with your balls, you'll get horny and eventually lose control.
>>136165209 Back when I only cooked for myself (I cook for my family now don't judge me) I cooked a thing and just ate it as leftovers for the next 3-4 days. Like I'd make a batch of pasta sauce and boil some pasta each night and plop some sauce from the fridge on it. Not much of a sauce though, it had so much veggies and mince in it that it was more like a tomato stew that I ate with pasta. Wholewheat pasta of course. Another favourite was wholewheat rice
Literally just row. Rowing, besides being one of the oldest, most respected, and manliest sports, works out all major muscle groups at once. You won't get big arms rowing but the only reason you would want big arms anyways is 3DPD, and if you commit to it you will have significantly more endurance and strength than your average gym-going meathead.
Quit being a fucking pussy, take charge of your life, and find an erg.
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