Type: Posts; User: ironwill2008
Enough of this "fasting" nonsense in here.
Minors are not advised to restrict their calorie intake. Talk to your parents about your body image issues.
Post a pic which includes your legs. No idea what you need to do without seeing your current condition.
Crash diets and extreme weight-loss plans are neither recommended nor supported in this forum.
You might also want to Google 'The Pareto Principle,' OP.
Hard to figure what might be up with your knee, Leigh; especially if loading it makes it feel better for a couple of days. Might be time to see an Orthopedist if it's impeding your every-day...
Capped the week's training with a productive session. Hamstring rehab is progressing, albeit at a pace slower than I'd like. :p Today's training was:
bar x10 W/U
bar x10 W/U...
....and it never will be, Steve!
Start with some red meat, potatoes, and a salad at least once per day.
Past that, you need to put in some time and effort in educating yourself, here:
*Emma-Leigh's Nutrition for noobs:...
Can't eat enough calories?
Probably, if you don't care about looking like a scarecrow.
Not an "optimal solution," indeed.
Geez; that's got to be very frustrating. Bodybuilders are, by their very nature, impatient people. Put some kind of limit on their ability to train as they wish, and things can get pretty dicey.
Frame in an opening in an outside wall big enough to install a window AC unit. Even a relatively small unit, that will run on a regular 110-volt outlet, will cool such a small area relatively...
Is this your first day on the internet? On an internet forum? On any type of social media?
Arms (as with other small muscle groups such as delts) usually aren't good subjects for low-rep training; there's just too much of an opportunity to injure a ligament/tendon when trying to, say, Curl...
Lulz. I wouldn't have expected anything other than those-type comments, Louise! :D
Of all the injuries one could sustain, other than an actual torn knee ligament or a broken bone, a pulled...
That didn't really answer the question, but if you're only directly working your arms once per week, work them first on that day. If that doesn't cause an improvement after 4-6 weeks, add another...
LMAO! Other than stone, that's actually pretty much what my first one looked like! :eek: A list of hen-scratched exercises on a sheet of paper out of a legal pad.
The specific routine/program you use has little impact on fat loss; it's all about nutrition.
This is the wrong forum for either of those topics. Head for the 'nutrition' forum, and start by...
BTW, to any of you 1-post wonders who come in here to tout this thing, don't bother. It's possible that some moderators might have been born yesterday, but it certainly wasn't just last night.