On workout

only 3x a week. But then I have kidney failure and dialysis makes me out of it…. As well as other autoimmune DX’s.

But working out is amazing for mood, feeling confident, and having drive to do more.

My docs prescribed modafanil. Because I’m usually out of it and it’s supposed to wake you up. But it also gives focus. Take that before the gym with pain meds and I can run for hours or lift more/longer. Then when the meds wear off I still have the good mood/hugh from the gym.

It’s a medicine all it’s own
 
I am also wondering about starting gym next month, can you provide me some guide lines for it?
Start with dumbbells. Don't touch barbell first month.

Do bodyweight exercises like pushups (up to 300 per day) and squats (up to 300 per day).

Then approach kettlebells.

And learn how to do it properly by reading guides and watching videos.

Don't focus on cardio - it's absolutely useless when you start gym.'

Swing your hands in random directions when you enter the gym, do jumping jacks to warm up etc.
Maybe you should spend less time writing endlessly about going to the gym and prioritize your life better?
Maybe we should lock "the lounge" section and just do what then?

I'm not such a beast to not communicate with anyone and keep all the SECRET info to myself.

I'm past that stage.

I saw someone proposed to write me an e-book instead of doing this. But it's pointless as I already have access to 10000s of ebooks, so...

They are worthless on their own. What matters is audience and solving their unique problems.

You can't work 16 hours a day all the time. What life is that? In 20 years of such lifestyle you'd look worse than 80 year old and not make it past your 50s.
 
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I make sure to eat 3800 calories everyday. On some days when I feel like I don't have enough calories I up the count to 5000 - 7000.

That doesn't make me feel like I can't get up off my bed.

Split workout to many parts.

Once you do routine everyday, your body will get used to it.

Just do lighter workouts to do it all the time.

For optimal regeneration use isotonics, supplements, vitamins, 2.5g protein per kg, 50% carbs, lots of fats.

To get less tired I use more muscles during training - I engage everything including my neck and of course shoulders during bench press.

If you don't use shoulders in bench press, it's like riding a 2-wheel car.

I don't add weight to bar in typical increments like 1.25 kg - 2.5kg or something. I add 5 kg (2.5kg on side) or keep the same weight.

Plenty of black hat already. This thread has been intoxicated with black hat ideas.

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Bro I worked as a nurse for a while…. Saw a lot of bodybuilders and the dietician give them shit…. 1gram/kg of body fat is maintenance. 2g/kg is build. Long term your affecting your kidney function. Too much protein plus all the water in sure your drinking. Not too mention they are usually all ok pre workout or protein supplements too
 
Bro I worked as a nurse for a while…. Saw a lot of bodybuilders and the dietician give them shit…. 1gram/kg of body fat is maintenance. 2g/kg is build. Long term your affecting your kidney function. Too much protein plus all the water in sure your drinking. Not too mention they are usually all ok pre workout or protein supplements too
It's a joke to be honest with 3g of protein / kg, even 2.5g is useless for amateurs like me. Stick to 1.5 - 2g depending on how you feel.

I have to drink 5 liters of water a day. Damn.

My kidneys are gonna be dead.
 
Start with dumbbells. Don't touch barbell first month.

Do bodyweight exercises like pushups (up to 300 per day) and squats (up to 300 per day).

Then approach kettlebells.

And learn how to do it properly by reading guides and watching videos.

Don't focus on cardio - it's absolutely useless when you start gym.'

Swing your hands in random directions when you enter the gym, do jumping jacks to warm up etc.

Maybe we should lock "the lounge" section and just do what then?

I'm not such a beast to not communicate with anyone and keep all the SECRET info to myself.

I'm past that stage.

I saw someone proposed to write me an e-book instead of doing this. But it's pointless as I already have access to 10000s of ebooks, so...

They are worthless on their own. What matters is audience and solving their unique problems.

You can't work 16 hours a day all the time. What life is that? In 20 years of such lifestyle you'd look worse than 80 year old and not make it past your 50s.
lol

All I said was fix your shower and you went on some soliloquy.

This has nothing to do with me or my physique, just some constructive criticism. If you have time to post about working out, maybe you have time to fix a shower.
 
It's a joke to be honest with 3g of protein / kg, even 2.5g is useless for amateurs like me. Stick to 1.5 - 2g depending on how you feel.

I have to drink 5 liters of water a day. Damn.

My kidneys are gonna be dead.
 

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@Pseudome4765 nice pump and low body fat, but I don't believe he's natural.

I am natural.

I'm a new gymmie. I would appreciate if any advice will be given on abs workout.
Maybe pushups are enough and planks for abs.

You use abs muscles during compound exercises with barbells. So I would try this, not only focus on one muscle group - beginner mistake.

Build whole body.
 
Well yeah. That’s Arnold Schwarzenegger…..

Btw. Pics or gtfo. I want to see a 250lbs clean bench rep
 
Well yeah. That’s Arnold Schwarzenegger…..

Btw. Pics or gtfo. I want to see a 250lbs clean bench rep
I can do clean jerk off once I get 250 lbs body weight.

For now i get the fuck out as there's been 15 complaints about me not doing business enough.

I'll do some programs and put them online later.

Edit: I had a 2 month break from the computer. When I sat down, I couldn't stop writing. And still can't stop.

Edit2: I'm everywhere. But also I might be seeking attention here cause my mother and father didn't give me. So... Interesting, she didn't want to listen about my gym 7 days a week and I came here to talk about it because I had to let the cat out of the bag. Now everyone knows I do 7 days a week. Great.

Still better than shooting heroin as some of my dead colleagues used to. hehe

Could have not do that last test injection...
 
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Hah, I keep going. Fourth training session in 3 days.

Now that's something.

If I can't wake up, I just grab a dumbbell and pump it pretending to be Dorian Yates.

In 30 minutes I feel refreshed. Of course I only pump for like 5 minutes.

There is zero motivation in this. I only do this because it's my own business.

Business is not only about money. It's also about getting f**ing good at certain thing with insane focus.

Yates row and pendlay row are fun exercises.

Remember 6 times a week to get gains in business. 3 times a week is for a 9-5 worker who has kids and full schedule.

If you feel too taxed with conventional deadlift, try romanian deadlift.
 
What numbers are you pushing on dl, bench, squat @reaaski?
Same shit as weightlifting, just more reps.

I do for volume as in business what matters is the total number and well-being, not immediate strength.

So what that I do 300 kg 1 rep if that's equal to $300 one time. I want 150 kg 12 times which gives me almost 2 tons which is similar to $2000.

translating training into business and business into training

With volume approach you can do 20 tons on day one.

I can do bicep curls and for me it has the same benefit as deadlifts, just less pronounced as less muscles are engaged. For me all that matters is nervous system activation.

That way I can focus harder on work.
 
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Squeeze it!!!!!!

Empty gym morning. 5 am

Weight gain is strong.

Last time I did deadlifts before job I couldn't walk. On top of that it was monday and I wasn't sleeping for 24 hours.

That was a painful lesson

Don't train hard if you have 9-5.
Yates row before bench press plus secure with bars... That gives a ton of confidence if you secure bench.
 
Same shit as weightlifting, just more reps.

I do for volume as in business what matters is the total number and well-being, not immediate strength.

So what that I do 300 kg 1 rep if that's equal to $300 one time. I want 150 kg 12 times which gives me almost 2 tons which is similar to $2000.

translating training into business and business into training

With volume approach you can do 20 tons on day one.

I can do bicep curls and for me it has the same benefit as deadlifts, just less pronounced as less muscles are engaged. For me all that matters is nervous system activation.

That way I can focus harder on work.
What a fuck.

I must had had a great mood to write things like this. Comparing weight * reps to money earned.

I've been sick for a week.

I've lost a good pound.

I resigned from a 9-5.

But my body feels like super nervous due to lack of movement. Irritable on body level.
 
I usually do 72 hours rest between big muscular groups.

Day 1. Chest and shoulders
Day 2. Back, biceps and triceps
Day 3. Full leg day
Day 4. Reset to Day 1

Everyday I also do, in the beggining & end of every training, 10 minutes of cardio.

This for 5 days a week, weekends I usually do complete rest. However would like to do some aerobic exercises or some jacuzzi (included at my local gym) to help with recover.

Drink water everyday, forget those dogshit soda's or alchool, eat healthy (I have a vegetable based meal plan).
Basically keep yout body's ph as neutral as possible.

I'm 30yold male with a stressfull job (run my own company), have my own house, earnings and support my family (parents & brother).

My 2 cents.
 
I was lifting this shit.

I almost shit my pants during the last sessions. Then my body started to progressively give up.

And since 3 weeks I've been getting sicker and sicker until I became so sick that I couldn't get up from my bed.

I dropped my 9-5, every routine and went back to the computer.

Clarity at moments was insane, energy was pumping through veins and ideas were crazy.

I had been getting word warnings that I speak too much and things go too hard.

Last few days I've been recovering from sickness and I'll do skull crushers cause apparently my body can't handle 9-5 + hardest weightlifting I managed to do. -,-

Maybe computers + gym will be better than physical 9-5 at low dollars + gym + computers.

My photo from gym:
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I probably caught covid-24.
 
I am sorry to say that I haven't been to the gym for many years.
I really have let myself go.
I also had a lot of home gym equipment from when I used to train, but some mf'er broke into my storage and stole everything.
Really need to sort myself out.
Yeah. After each break always start with an empty barbell and dumbbells, and that's all gonna be weightless in 2 months.
 
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