>>35579410 Drink tea/water. Usually causes them to subside.
Good feels: >graduated with MA in summer >unemployed for six months >losing hope >apply to a company last month >no word until today >hired, being next month >40k salary, benefits, 9-5, cozy office work >mfw making it
>>35579202 >19 year old kissless virgin >Start lifting >Asked a girl out who goes to my gym >She said yes, took her to see The Revenant >Did my absolute best to not be autistic >Drove her home, asked her if I did alright >She kisses me, says we're going to hang out again soon >tfw 19 year old regular virgin
We're all gonna make it
>>35579410 >A palmfull of peanuts and a glass of water, thats what I did during my 70 lb cut last year
Trans since it's related to the fitness. I know muscle growth will be slower and all that, but I was wondering how many reps would be good for building strength and retaining speed since I love boxing and I'm planning on going into sambo this year as well. I know low reps won't make me get bulky and beefy too much since I'm pumping drugs into my body that kills testosterone, but from my past I only ever did low rep sets because muh denial. Please help.
>>35579410 Caffine in low ammounts. If you have a circle k near you, annon they sell these 100 oz polar pop mugs. they're well insulated. Get one, fill it with unsweetened iced tea. Brew all future teas at home, and sip it throughout the day. That, and gum will help you with it anon.
>>35579843 Just letting others share their advice broski. Cheers and get gainz.
>>35579710 A resting heart rate of 45 is very healthy -- my resting heart rate is usually around 54, and I do a lot of cardio. So, first off, congrats on that healthy mark.
>I squat 120 and dead lift 135 kg I don't know your age, how long you've been lifting, or your size, but those are great numbers for any body, espically paired with
>can run 5k without getting too winded Brachycardia is the slowing of the hearbeat, usually below 60 beats per minute.. it does not mean you are healthy, but rather have a form of heart dysfunction. However, I can say with certainty that you do not have any form of brachycardia or any heart complications because you sound like you are in great, top shape.
These numbers are very normal, as long as you have been working out and doing cardio for a while. I don't really know any body that can run a 5k without getting winded who hasn't trained endurance cardio for a while -- and never had any body with the very few true cases of brachycardia, their heart rates are simply slower on average, this does not mean they have better endurance or are healthier by any means.
However, it's always safe to check the symptoms of what you're concerned over. I've listed brachycardia symptoms below: Near-fainting or fainting (syncope) Dizziness Weakness Fatigue Shortness of breath Chest pains Confusion or memory problems Easily tiring during physical activity
>easily tiring during physical activity You do not have that problem, so I'm positive you aren't plagued with brachycardia.
And here are some causes that usually lead to Bradycardia/brachycardia. Consider if you fall under any of them..
causes of brachycardia: Heart tissue damage related to aging Damage to heart tissues from heart disease or heart attack High blood pressure (hypertension) Heart disorder present at birth (congenital heart defect) Infection of heart tissue (myocarditis) A complication of heart surgery Underactive thyroid gland (hypothyroidism) Imbalance of mineral-related substances necessary for conducting electrical impulses (electrolytes) Repeated disruption of breathing during sleep (obstructive sleep apnea) Inflammatory disease, such as rheumatic fever or lupus The buildup of iron in organs (hemochromatosis) Medications, including some drugs for other heart rhythm disorders, high blood pressure and psychosis
>>35579525 >>35579670 I talked about Yohimbine plus coffee in the last thread... it's completely unhealthy for your body and have unwary affects.. I may have to write an article on Yohimbine to warn fellow anons better and list some healthy alternatives to get the same thing
>>35579505 Congrats bro, sounds like you made it. Although it sounds cliche, lifting does boost testosterone in our bodies which can possibly lead to higher confidence which, as we all know, allows us from going from beta to alpha.. keep up the hard work.
When talking with the girl, have that confidence bro! You earned it.
>>35581582 Yeah buddy, that's the way. I see you read my article on the dangers of fake pre-workout, but for those who haven't, educate yourselves: http://www.doxtor.fit/2016/01/do-i-need-pre-workout-dangers-of-pre.html
And here are some healthy alternatives you can have pre-gym for even better effects: http://www.doxtor.fit/2016/01/healthy-and-best-pre-workout-foods-and.html
>Shredded chicken and beans and a flour tortilla Healthy balance of protein, carbs, and low fat ... I would suggest cutting out the beans for future reference and replacing them with rice simply because beans are very high in fiber; causing gas and sometimes stomach bloating. Check out the full report on beans and their nutritional value here: http://www.doxtor.fit/2016/01/are-beans-healthy-truth-about-magical.html
Other than that, it sounds like a well balanced pre-workout meal. I give it a 9/10 anon
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