I shouldn't have started lifting doing a 4 day brosplit skipping leg day
1RM bench is bodyweight, but squat is 115
Really fucking sad
2016 will be the year I jump to proficient. If not I'm killing myself
Because you push with your calves at the top of the deadlift half of the lift?
91.7 and not even near exceptional :(
I'll never be world-class m8s feels bad
>no one trains their calves
go back to reddit boys
Started lifting in July 2015, was 95 kg, took a break in October. At 87 kg now.
Time 2 curl.
>All these memelifters who only imput 5 lifts
>think only 5 variables is enough to say anything about you
DO any of you actually do more than one variation of a compound lift?
>TFW injured joints in both legs prevent me from doing any heavy reps on back squats
>TFW injuries were not lifting related
First time I touched a barbell was in November 2011, first time in an actual gym was late April 2012.
Since then ripped up my shoulder joint (went back from a 120kg bench press to 40kg, took a year to fully recover) and had an ankle injury which affected my very old knee injury, so I can't actually squat.
Max back squat was 195kg and max deadlift was 208kg last year.
5'11' 162lbs. lifting just over a year. my bench and press have been stalled since the summer.
5'6", 129 lbs. I can't increase my bench for shit.
Pic itself is a few months old, lifts have gone up since I did this but not enough to change the colors.
Deadlift 35 x5
Pendlay Row 205x5
Chin up 110x2
Strong back and shoulders, poverty chest genetics, and knee injuries.
5'8 150 lbs been lifting for 6 months
Squat: 225 x 10
Diddy: 275 x 4
Bench: 185 x 8
OHP: 105 x 8
>tfw too nervous to go to the gym for the first time
>using some cheap as fuck bench an old roommate left behind, an ezcurl bar, and some weights
Thoughts? give or take 5% on the lifts, haven't been in the gym in a couple of weeks, haven't done 1RM for even longer
I know that feel, brother
Estimated one rep maxes
Back Squat: 127.5 kg[Intermediate]
Deadlift: 140 kg[Novice]
Bench Press: 77.5 kg[Novice]
Overhead Press: 60 kg[Novice]
Pull-up: 10 kg added[Novice]
Pendlay Row: 82.5 kg[Intermediate]
training at home for a while, will soon go to a gym for the first time in forever. Will normies think I'm strong ?
Started on October 21 2014 however I have been extremely injury prone(just had my second exertional headache a couple days ago) which cut maybe 5-6 months of actual training off that time including a large 4 month period from recovering from tendinitis in my knees which I'm pretty sure still haven't fully recovered from.
How am I doin, brahs?
>only options I did were weighted chins and dips
Word, id prob work on loosing some weight before i worried about lifts personally.
I'm hoping to do a recomp by just simply getting bigger/stronger to the point where my metabolism is so high I can afford the extra intake.
I care more about lifts than cuts though. Probably sitting at around 25%BF right now.
How seriously does /fit/ take these estimates?
I can do hanging weighted leg raises (35 lbs) for 10 reps and it says that my abdominal muscles are untrained. I can box jump over 4ft for 15+ reps in under 30 seconds and it says that my legs are untrained.
This is just for laughs right?
Your explosive power in your legs is good, sure, but your strength is not. These two kinda go hand in hand, but unless you squat 200kg your legs are pretty weak comparatively to elite lifters.
Also hanging leg raises are more hip extensiors than abs imo
tfw blue (at least now im fully blue)
back injury set me back so much and progress is so slow
Apparently my back is lagging behind. Can't do weighted pull-ups, because my right forearm starts hurting then.
Don't know what to do about that. I do rep 150 kgs deadlift.
Well, are these actually accurate? i mean, i can do 5x180kg deadlift, but i don't think i could move 210kg
>haha get it guys I feel for the ss meme
For reference, here is Matt Ogus.
Even the program can detect that he ridiculous shoulder development.
Chest and biceps should be red for arnie but there's no input for all the isolations he did.
Looks like I'll have to get my squat weights up. I've been training and using my maximum vertical leap as a benchmark for my leg strength, but I can see that I may indeed be a novice as the chart would indicate.
I still think my abs are at least intermediate though.
Wanna work my pull-ups back up to respectable strength levels, so i can put that in too. Haven't done it for ages.
Wretch, it is all true, though training these parts harder then others does not work. Sucks to be lacking in most showtime muscles.
6 months into lifting
skipped legs for 2 months
Been lifting for 2 years, but started squatting a month ago. Can't wait for it to catch up.
haahah it's so cute when manlets lie
>being this buttmad and desperate
>mfw when manlets insecure enough to lie about their height when getting an ID, and then have to post pics of it online
Fuck this. Phone picture quality is god awful because it's a flip phone from 2004 and it won't connect to my PC anyway.
Fucking manlets stop projecting your horseshit insecurities onto me you autistic faggots.
been lifting for about 1 year
My bullshit alarm is going off. You claim to perform 1 jump every <2 seconds for 15 consecutive reps onto a 4 foot box. Even ignoring the obviously exaggerated rate of those jumps, 15 reps of a 25 inch vertical jump, which a 48 inch box jump roughly equates to, that would put your max standing vert at nearly 40 inches.
Unless you're some kind of competitive high school or college athlete, you're spewing complete and utter bullshit. And a college athlete would be able to squat more than 200 pounds.
6'3 215lbs at 20%bf
8 months in, expected areas are in need of work. Lanklet feels.