I am doing PPL, but school has been a bitch and I don't have enough time-
>inb4 its just 5% of your day
I have to learn regular stuff for school, and on top of that, each day gotta learn extra math and physics for my final exams which decide what uni I will get into.
Can someone recommend me a good 4 day routine? 2 days lifting on weekend, 2 days during week. I am intermediate lifter.
I work a full time job and do masters degree part time
I wake up at 7am, in the gym 8-9:30, classes from 10-12, lunch/studying, 2-10pm working, travel home late dinner by bed 11:30pm
>b-but muh highschool is so hard guise
I have additional classes after school and I really want to do good this year because I want to get into engineering. Not to mention takes me shitload of time to get to the gym because it's not that close.
I just asked for a help u fucking inbred degenerate shit.
There is a difference between just passing in hs and actually trying to get straight A's and be one of the first on uni list so you can get scholarship.
Not everyone is born natural Einstein like you retarded faggot.
Never said highschool was hard, what is hard for me additional classes and learning math and physics so I can score top 50 at national tests because I need scholarship retarded faggot.
>you have to be natural einstein to both be able to study hard and work out.
I study hard, nothing comes easy to me. I workout as hard as i can because i know gains don't come easy. And on top of that i have to work were i also work my butt off to pay for rent, food, utilities etc.
It's your weak attitude that's the problem.
>tfw when I literally got 600/600 in Alevel Maths, 600/600 in Alevel Further Maths, 595/600 in Alevel Physics, and 412/600 in Alevel Psychology during a time I played WoW 8+ hours a day
Graduated Cambridge like nearly 3 years ago, BA&MMath in Mathematics, gonna start muh Ph.D. soon, been teaching Maths in Korea past few years saying kpuss and generally living an easy life
>7 days a week
He doesn't know about restdays.
school was actually harder than real life for me. did you actually go to a reasonable school? i went to the top academic school in my country and later graduated second doing a 4 year engineering degree in 3 years, yet i even consider my engineering degree easier than my school life.
finishing at 5.00pm with absolutely zero responsibility until 9.00am the next morning is infinitely easier than going home with homework from 6 subjects - all of which do not appreciate the amount of homework required from the other 5.