I mean there's a CBT but I see no progress bread.
First picture is lIke early november/late October and second is now. Am I making good progress?
Are you blind, how do you not see the gains?
Are you even trying?
Shit son, I've gone from 125 pound to 165 since October. 32 inch chest to 38, arms from 11 inches to 14.5, have traps and my legs have gone from 16 to 20 inches.
And THAT'S a pathetic set of gainz.
Well I jumped a little late on the high protien but I've just started a little bit ago (at least 100g a day) so I hope I will see results. I really just don't have a large appetite
I'm from a narrow people, called Sami. We don't have road anything.
i just started a few weeks ago and i also have this problem i consume about 2400 calories a day and i have to force myself to eat after about the 2nd meal of the day its fucking horrible having to eat when your not even hungry.
How long do I look like I've been lifting based on these 2 pics? Sorry I have to upload separately.
You made a great progress nigga, don't listen to shitposters
Really new to /fit/ here. Started eating healthier around Jan. 2nd. Around Christmas, I was 343lbs. I weighed myself at work tonight and I'm 333lbs. I've cut out soda, tea, fatty foods, ect. I eat almost nothing but skillet steamed vegetables with small strips of beef or chicken breast and drink nothing but water and 1, 15 ounce bottle of pineapple/orange juice a day on my breaks (drink less than half on first break, and finish the rest with lunch). I also take fruits for my breaks. For breakfast, I have 2 Soy Whey Protein shakes with a teaspoon of peanut butter and a banana blended in.
I don't have any free weights. I'm going to get some soon. Right now I have a Total Gym but I also jog in place, squat, jumping squats, jumping jacks, and do sissy push ups. I think once I'm down to 300lbs, I'll be able to move a lot easier and do more.
Posted in Cbt thread but why not add my shit progress
>6 weeks on 5-700 cal deficit
Thanks.. I know but It's okay I'm looking forward to it.
What would you suggest as a routine? Always open to new routines. Just went with bro split cause it's all I've ever done sadly.
Current status: coathanger
>What would you suggest as a routine?
Slightly modified SL for starters
sth like :
with possible curls/dips as accessories added later
They don't call me the coathanger for nothing.
Also actual current body
My lifts aren't really that shitty for just getting back though. Played sports when I was younger and lifted a bit here and there. Only became
Because a miserable ending to a five year relationship. Let myself go.
I usually db flat press bc my shoulders are all fucked, but I did some bb flat bench this week and hit lmao2pl8 four times.
My squats and deadlifts are severely lacking because I never took lower/core seriously until literally 6 weeks ago.
>curlbro if I had any arms anymore I know
I don't bb shoulder press, but with DB I usually do a drop set starting from 35 at 10 reps. Then add five lbs and decrease two reps and so on for four sets.
I just really couldn't see something like that exhausting me as much as this shit tier bro split.
My joke of a back and my atrocious love handles
That's the misconception. You don't need to feel exhausted to make gains, and it can actually be detrimental. You would definitely benefit a lot from this kind of training if you've been avoiding it so far.
Just don't start too heavy, so you don't stall. Use a weight you could get 10 clean reps and start your 5x5 from there, adding 2.5kg per workout. When you get your form right, feel free to add 5kg to your squats and deads if you feel strong.
As for the 'fucked shoulders', if you didn't get injured in any way and there is no structural damage, there is 99% they can be fixed by nailing the form, working on mobility and muscular imbalances (your bench is pretty strong, so good chance your back is a bit behind and you tend to internally rotate your shoulders).
Oh, and I don't really know your plans and stuff, but don't expect great gains on a big deficit.
Yeah just about everything you said is fairly accurate. Like I said I'll give it a go. I really have nothing else going on besides working. Couldn't hurt to try it out for a month or so. I don't plan on getting big seeing as how I'm on a deficit..id like to cut about 35 more lbs and then clean bulk from there. Just hoping to look normal come summer time. Thanks for the talk anon. Maybe in a few weeks I'll talk to you again!
i lost v card like a week ago lol.
Progress. 126lbs to 140lbs. Thanks /fit/
Btw since there's no questions thread, anyone got the best method to get in the best running sale for BMT in 2 weeks? I slacked on the cardiovascular for these gains.