Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Eason, Dec 20, 2009.
That plastic pool on top of your squat rack ads an awesome level of white trash.
That's my brothers house and the pool's for the dog.
I would have just claimed it was a random image I found on Google images at this point...
Just saw my gf for the first time in a month. Showed her my quads and asked if she was miring how shredded they are (I lost all my fat in my legs really fast, look like a complete different bf% then the rest of my body "girls don't care about quads. Feels bad man.
dont hate man, that's a righteous setup all things considered. nice rack for a home gym. having that amount of square footage is glorious and having that space dedicated to the gym is great.
with that being said, my own setup is completely unsuitable to be shown to the public; it is literally 5'x7' and surrounded by crap.
show us your quads of peace so we can mire (kinda homo)
I almost posted a profile picture of my ass in compression shorts last night just so we could all laugh at how much of a getto booty I have. It's ridiculous.
Morning workouts after a night of food, drinking & debauchery is the hardest.
Fraped my gf and sent this to bare people
"I want to fuck you so much baby your so fucking aesthetic, your quads make me wet please pepper my angus with your bbc and give me your cell tech. lettuce be cereal though would you mind growing to 6'3" so your no longer a manlet? Son of zeus, brother of hercules, father of aesthetics xxxx
you aware phaggot?"
will be lolzy
More nutrition questions:
My post-workout meal is always chicken with rice and veggies and some fat yoghurt sauce.
Atm, I'm eating brown, long-grain rice with lots of fiber. I've read that fiber makes your recovery times longer and therefore should not be consumed post workout. It suits better for eating later in the day.
Is this correct? Should I switch to normal white rice?
Somehow, I have a feeling brown rice with fibers are more healthy, but I could be wrong.
I've also read that you shouldn't eat much fat in the post-workout meal. Is 2-3 tsp of 10% fat yoghurt too much?
1. quit reading shit on the internet
2. actually train
3. get lean
WTF does this mean?
I'm not sure if you wanna be funny or something, but as I've stated earlier, I already do have a good workout routine.
It's just that it was first when I started eating properly that my hours in the gym showed any result.
I might be overanalyzing things, but I'm just genuinly interested.
What fry pan do you dudes use to cook eggs?
Cast iron lodger, always cast iron for everything.
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