ITT: Autistic things you did when you were new to /fit/
> sophomore year of college
> discover /fit/, go to gym for first time
> don't know proper techniques
> embarrassed about how little I could lift
> classes ended for me around 1pm every day that semester
> drive ~1 hour every day to lift in my parents basement before they got home from work
> drive ~1 hour back
> Often stayed there on weekends, missing many parties, because I was tired of the driving all week
I did that for just about an entire semester. My car reeked of sweat all the time because I couldn't shower there without them noticing something was up.
I bought a setup off Craigslist and set it up in my apartment my sophomore year
Didn't go the the actual gym until my senior year and by then I was way bigger than most of the frat stars and casual riff raff
Actually wearing tank tops outside of the gym.
Even wearing tanks inside of the gym.
I thought dead lifts were just for pussies who wanted to lift large weights.
I said power cleans were better than deadlifts.
Not sure if autistic but, was doing Stronglifts 5*5 during my first months of the gym, and I thought deadlifts 5*1 meant 5 sets of 1 deadlift each. Basically I was taking 20 minutes to five fucking deadlifts
For the first three months of me starting to do any weighted lifting, I did crossfit. I was a fucking idiot, and I'm lucky I didn't hurt myself. If I can make it, we can all make it brehs
I wasn't even a beginner, i followed the power cleans over dead lift from ages 13 to 17. Its what the football coaches said what was up. From fit iven been doing deads from 22 to 26.
Log period in between of drinking and doing drugs. Its experience i could never replicate any other way, but none the less, wish i had never done it. Let that be a lesson to you kids... its some entertaining shit, but its truly not wroth it.
Please stop trolling. It's obvious to most of us that you're just having fun being a memefag, but some of these anons are truly trying to improve themselves and its hard to discern useful advice from satire at their level. The SS meme has truly gotten out of hand.