More reps with lower weight is better for gains.
Why is this such a meme?
Endurance training promotes smaller muscles. Check out the size of runners vs. sprinters.
Except, the point is that you don't actually exercise to output 100% of your calories. You do eat 100% of your calories though.
It's still more like 80% diet, 20% exercise.
19 is fucking normal weight, 17 looks to be normal maybe a little underweight but definitely not 'unhealthy'.
Those bmi scales cater to merifat slime and stralians
24 is clearly fucking overweight you scum
>implying if i lay in bed all day and only eat 1000kcal i wont gain weight
Whats it like getting all your fitness knowledge from a sticky on a thai all male cabaret sharing website
Fulfilling whatever nutritional deficit is causing the hunger.
Protip: if you're getting enough vitamins and minerals, your hair should get softer. That might have other requirements, like antioxidants or something -- it's just something I've noticed.
Protein is about the most helpful nutriment, as it produces neurochemicals, adrenaline, makes sure you're burning fat and not muscle, etc.
when I'm deadlifting and I feel that the weight is quite heavy and I may not exactly be executing it with 100% out of the book form I just pray that it doesn't look like this abomination of a lift
>lmao 2 plate with mixed grip and belt