Who /skellington/ here? Let's embrace ourselves in our weak and frail bodies
can you post a pic of your arm?
I went trough a /fit/ frenzy at went for the gym for 2 months... The gains were minimal mostly because the instructors there would give me some fucked up routines as well as i continued to sleep 3\4 hours a day instead of the 8-7 hours that /fit/ recomends
both of you faggots, go see a nutritionist.
>tfw skeleton girls don't like skeleton boys
The worst part at being skinny is when you wake up with a hangover and look at yourself in the mirror and the sight is so pitiful that you loose all self-respect... Baggy eyes, thin skulled face, a body that looks like the one from a war prisioner...
No wonder people look at us with disdain.
Boo fucking hoo you faggot cunt kill yourself
I lifted for 2 months but i didn't knew what kind of routine to go so i just felt like i was goofing around...
Gyms are fuckin boring but i understand that it's the only place where you can gain decent muscle... No amount of other sports will give me that
between 70 and 74kg
I only look weird from the side!
I used to be 48kg at my lowest with 173cm. But startet going to /fit/ and worked on starting strength and got to 68kg in 2 years. it took dedication, but counting calories is worth it.
Was allways told i had a fast metabolism, but that was just bullshit. Realized after counting calories, that i did not eat anything, even tho i thought i ate enough
I can't help but feel a /skellington/ at 1.77m and 65kg
7%BF; not like any higher is even possible at such low weightas well.
Due to illness I can't bulk up for gains or anything, so all I can do is lift continuously and slowly see lean muscle mass and nothing else be added. If that.
Only to then see all the meager gains of months disappear within days if I end up not eating 5+ full meals and only work out twice a week instead of dedicating my life to the gym. That's how it seems at least, thus far.
(I gained about 2kg of muscle in 1-2 years of working out once or twice a week and working a physical part-time jobs 4 days a week; I guess my body sucks at properly using nutritional worth of food I consume, as per illness.)
Even so, though, I'll keep doing what I do as I'd probably become even lighter without it.
I know someone around 1.85m and at only 54kg or something, and somehow in my eyes I look practically as skelly as he does.
It's a peculiar feel
I always get comments on how lucky I am to be able to eat anything I like, but at what cost?
>No girl will ever find me sexy or attractive.
>People will always do that thing where they connect their index and thumb around your wrist.
>You know who can fit through that small space?
>Mother will always get anxiety attacks on how I'm malnourished and will get terminally ill even though I eat much more than the average person
Starting Strength. It is repetitive, but the hormonal rush you get from lifting, the slightly varied exercises and casual conversations/situations that happen at the gym keep it from being extremely boring for me. After the first ~4 months solo a friend started to come with me, so that's even better.
You can gain muscle from almost any physically active sport. It really depends on severity and dietary choices. Gyms are great because you really go the extra mile, the routines are proven, gains are incremental and calculable, which helps to acquire them a lot faster.
Activity - Nutrition - Persistence = gains.
We're here to help, friendo.
>1.72m / 5"8'
nothing like seeing my bony arms in photos
like hands attached to bones
My family forces me to eat every fucking meal and it makes me feel awful
Being underweight is usually not unhealthy; I don't know why this conception sticks. I think people are naively drawn to notions of "balance".
Probably considered very underweight everywhere, but really, why is it unhealthy? I eat from 1800-2400 calories or more every day (I count), and I don't have any physical problems as a result of my weight. Is it unhealthy just because?
Are you qt? If so, then perfect height for trap
I don't want to be a trap,i'm fine with being a boy
I just wish I could eat more so my ass would get bigger
I have absolutely no idea how people can eat so much they get overweight,food is NOT pleasurable and it's only a hassle
>started lifting recently
>actually doesn't seem like a huge effort like I thought it would
>big guys grunting with heavy ass weights but that's not what it's like for the average person
>you don't have to exhaust yourself, just train a few sets hard of a two body parts then go home
>pump feels great and I feel more masculine walking around town
>stress and anxiety lower
>what they say about people in the gym not caring what you look like us true, everyone's focused on their own lifting or flexing in front of the mirror
>go at 7pm so hardly anyone there
>i'm fine with being a boy
I'm sorry anon.
Maybe qt bottom.
I have a bit of an ego so I don't want to try stuff where I'm new (and bad).
I thought people at the gym would laugh behind your back, but no one cares at all.
This one guy came up and helped me when I couldn't figure out how a machine worked.
10/10 I also recommend going to the gym. If not for muscles, just do it to keep yourself in shape and active.
However, don't just go there and touch all the machines you can find.
Get a routine. Either ask someone at the gym or look it up online.