Why is this series to comfy and the girls so great?
There are just a handful of things that are comfier than being at the gym. Like post-workout faps.
We make the thread every other Thursday. It's translated then. For some reason, the typesetter from the Rakuen group hasn't seem to noticed (Chapter 9).
At any rate, there will be another thread with Chapter 10. I'll post it first while we translate and stuff and then I'll post all of Chapter 9 with translations as well after.
Well, not typeset, but last chapter (CH 9) was the OHP/Military Press/Standing Front Press.
how dare u
I would even consider buying it.
As much as I like bulking gyaru, this is the best page for lewdness of her. I don't like twintails/pigtails. Also, golly, SPOILERS!
>Do huge muscles sluts like that really exist?
You mean women who like muscular men? Oh yeah. Roiding bodybuilder men? Mmmmm, rare, but that's certainly someone's fetish.
>Are they pretty too?
Could be. Are they machojous? A miracle.
And macho is a great word for the manga. It's a foreign type of word (Hell, it's not even based in english) that relates the humor of the comic.
hope she gets some thigh and arm definition and some subtle abs
Next chapter's extra is proof that we're all gonna make it.
All of us...will be...a sick............c...................
Is this a fit girls thread?
I can just imagine how tight her pelvic floor must be hnnnnng
Settling? This is all about /fit/ waifus! bulkin gyaru has to start somewhere and soon she'll be the fittest!
I don't remember if you have to be logged in, I forget when batoto did something stupid a few months ago.
So true. Waifu being fit is of utmost importance.
doesn't look like a shredded sickcunt
I shouldn't have googled him.
His impression to everyone else is that he's a big guy with the appetite of an old woman.
You're supposed to start somewhere, anon. I don't know jack about postures, but if this manga can spark an interest for lifting in people, and is entertaining to people who don't plan on lifting, it has done its' job well. The people in the gym around you will point out any problems with your posture, and help you if they care enough. I was fucking around in a gym for a while a couple of years ago and I've seen many people help eachother.
I guess I'll dump last weeks scanlation since people missed it evidently.
The original thread is still in the archive for a few more hours here >>149999174
>lifts of the north star
The translator did a pretty good job with that one.
>Avoid locking out your elbows to prevent injury
>If you bend your upper body you can cause pain in your spine
>if your hand spacing is too small you'll disperse stimulation to your biceps brachii and trapezius muscles
Don't hyper-extend your joints, especially when hundreds of pounds might be involved. That's real fact. You're training, not making a new WR.
Don't lean backwards during an OHP as you try to slide the bar at an angle instead of straight up. Not only are you obviously pushing more weight than you can handle, you really can wreck your spine. Have you never been taught safety?
The point of an OHP is to work your shoulders, not your arms. If you want to work your arms, do curls. It's not like you're doing chest flys to work on your hamstrings, right? Do the exercise that works the group you intend. OHP is a compound lift, but the focus isn't your arms. Having a narrow grip versus a wider grip changes how the shoulder functions and where the weight burden is placed.
Locking out your elbows =/= hyperextension
Leaning bakckwards =/= flopping your spine back like yoga
In order to push the bar straight up you literally have to move your body out of the way if you have the correct bar position, resting on the platform of your upper chest infront of the delts delts. You lean by squeezing the glutes, which pulls your torso back while keeping your spine neutral, that way the bar path is straight above the middle of your feet and not around your head. Even oly lifters who strict press do this just to a much slighter degree. Pic related is an extreme example of the lean that powerlifters used when OHP was still considered in powerlifting, it's the OHP's equivalent of leg drive in the bench.
Also, a narrower grip is not going to target your biceps and traps more than your delts, it's simply impossible for a pushing movement. Hell, it doesn't even target the biceps at all, traps it does to a small degree though.
You can't tell me that locking your elbows doesn't have a detrimental effect when weight lifting. A good trainer tries to meets the customer's desires and keep them safe. Each rep does NOT require you to lock your arms out above your head.
As for the best way to maximize your OHP, yeah, leaning back and engage way more muscle groups and allow a heavier lift. These are DYEL readers and the character are high-school girls. They aren't oly lifters, powerlifters or even trying to set records. The tips given out are absolutely reasonable and truthful. What do YOU think if you had someone try their first time barbell OHP with more weight than they can handle and they started arching their back and subconsciously turning a strict shoulder press into an odd standing bench? They'd hurt themselves and you know it. Even the top guys hurt themselves, they don't train that way.
As for muscle targeting, when you have your hand next to your ears holding the bar in front of you, you absolutely flex your biceps at the resting position in order to reduce elbow pain and prevent fatigue in a full press; like getting in to a sprint position, you tense up like a spring. You can't really do that with a wide grip.
You win, /fit/ bro I'm sure you're a shredded sick cunt who's already made it I shouldn't wonder why you seem critical of a lifting gag manga.
>if you had someone try their first time barbell OHP with more weight than they can handle
Well this is the purpose of lifting with an empty bar until you understand how to perform the movement correctly. It's good practice to teach the lean, and it doesn't engage more muscle groups I'm not sure where you got that from.
>As for muscle targeting, when you have your hand next to your ears holding the bar in front of you, you absolutely flex your biceps
So because the traps and biceps are also tensed in the squat does that mean they're trained?
The biceps are literally just being pressed against the arm, not being "flexed", the biceps can't fully contract unless you're using a supinated grip, which you aren't in the OHP.
>when you have your hand next to your ears holding the bar in front of you
The bar's resting position shouldn't even be infront of your face, the whole reason the elbows go infront of the bar, one of the things it got correct, is to create a platform on the chest.
Doing an OHP from the middle of your face to just before lockout is literally half repping and not helping much of anything unless you're already an elite bodybuilder just trying to improve your delts even further.
Extending your elbows is a good thing since otherwise your joints don't take stress in that position. But it doesn't make much difference, I've seen strong guys with 10 years experience not going to full lockout for reasons other than to avoid injury.