Sean10mm's version of SS for 5months and 2 weeks now.
Home Gym. Started off with dumbbells (had 5lbs - 45lbs) until I had enough money to buy a rack, bb, and weights.
Squats - 80lbsx5
Bench - 60lbsx5
OHP - 50lbsx5
Diddly - 90lbsx5
Squat - 175lbsx5
Bench - 135lbsx5
OHP - 80lbsx5
Diddly - 205lbsx5
>tfw "Untrained" OHP
a-at least my DL is Intermediate
Im literally laughing my ass off. This is what 21-22 ffmi looks like with 8-10% bf. Get the fuck outta here you delusional fuck
6 ft 2.75 (1.90m)
202lbs (91kg) [started weighing was 138lbs]
- Started lifting seriously 1 year and 1 month ago.
- Started Squats with barbell in september of last year (before Goblet Squat).
- Started with Deadlifts and Pendlay Rows since 3 weeks.
- OHP since 5 months.
- Hard to progress in Bench Press.
Yes, I know, I made a lot of mistakes when I started to lift.
Seriously, where did you get those numbers? How could you possibly think they were legit?
Thanks for telling me. I got the 9% measuring with a caliper. If I calculate with a bodyweight of 88kg I get a ffmi of 23.1. I know my weight and height were correct so the caliper measuring must have been off. What would you guess is my bodyfat percentage in the picture?
Like 12-14 atleast. Your bf barely changed between the last 3 pics, just the lighting
Also calipers are pretty acurate on some and completely fucking shit for some.
>still look like shit
Such is life
thanks guys i got it bookmarked now.
>your bf barely changed between the last 3 pics, just the lighting
so you're saying I gained exactly 0 pounds of muscle during 12 months of training? I'd say there is a clear difference between pic 2 and 4.
But that makes me prime for husbando mode, r-right?
177 cm 80kg
ATG Back squat 122,5kg x3 (269lbs)
Conventional deadlift 135kg x 7 (297lbs)
Bench press 90kg x3 (198lbs)
OHP 60kg x7 (135lbs)
Weighted chins +10kg x 8 (22lbs)
Pretty fat right now, can't wait to cut in april and try to keep dem strength gains while being leaner.
They sure are but i'm serious.
I see a lot of change in lighting, but there's not a whole lot of change in bf. like 2-3% maybe
I'd say about a year and a half. The first half was spent switching constantly from strength to hypertrophy type training.
I ran SS for a couple months to get some strength up and now I am running Texas Method with some accessories.
Strength progression is now a weekly thing for me
Hey thanks man.
I always struggled like a motherfucker when it came to gaining size.
Aww fuck now I'm sad. 3 plate DL rep was big day for me D:
You think that second pic is 13%? First pic is atleast 20%, probably more.
Pretty fat as i said
i had a bodpod test, and it came out at 21%, fucktard.
sure it isn't THE most accurate test in the world, but it is way more accurate than shitposters like you.
you remind me of a guy who was literally obese, who insisted he was 20% and no more.
it's like.. i can see your floppy titties, bitch
did ICF 5x5 and now i'm on 5/3/1 with boring but big accessories (with some more arm isolations because curls are fun)
started at 68 kg (150lbs) skinnyfat, bulked till i was like 75(165lbs) and then cut till i was back at 68 or something, then bulked again from there until now (probably will keep bulkan till march-april) enjoying the ride a lot desu
Definitely a compliment for me brah, didn't expect being called "too jacked" on /fit/, maybe it's because my delts pop out a lot? they're the only bodypart i'm satisfied with except my glutes(which i won't post) desu.
You are bringing your shoulders back to hide it. It's like when girls push their tits together to make em look big, you're not fooling anyone.
I'm saying that because I'm 6'1" at 200 and I look like this lol.
Those are my sad stats atm, but still not untrained.
>That is what someone with shit lifts look like
Fuark, wonder what id look like decently lean with these lifts:
> Weigh 155 lbs
> Lifting for 2 months
> 808 total, 276 PL Wilks
>not going for the gymnast body type
You're not going to make it
Should probably update it but I doubt much has changed.
Pretty satisfying; been lifting since July 2014, and "Powerbuilding" since December 2015.
Everyone should send an email to the guys asking for power snatches and snatch deadlifts
Last time when we asked for rows they delivered.
Doubt they will.
Unlike rows, which have a pretty well established relative strength, there's fuck-all info on either lift (and both are pretty damned rare outside of contexts where the lifter already knows how strong he is or isn't).
When I got over 2 plates for squat I started having issues with getting stuck in the hole. Mostly my left knee buckles in when coming up. Its probably a symmetry issue with my form, but I'm recovering from torn tendons in my left foot so wondering if that has something to do with it.