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>> No. 5175 Anonymous
10th May 2020
Sunday 11:00 pm
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I'm relatively new to weight training. How much would you need to lift to have a body similar to Mac's? I know the aim is to continually increase the amount you can lift but I've genuinely no idea when looking at various physiques how much they'd roughly be able to and it'd be nice to have a mental benchmark to be working towards.

Thanks, lads.
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>> No. 5477 Anonymous
5th September 2020
Saturday 11:06 pm
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>>5475

>and you're just taking advantage.

What do you think the 19 year old girl shagging a 40 year old bloke just because he has a nice BMW and some money is doing?
>> No. 5478 Anonymous
5th September 2020
Saturday 11:33 pm
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>>5477

Hypergamy ladm7
>> No. 5479 Anonymous
6th September 2020
Sunday 1:09 am
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>>5476

>I am a committed hedonist so my feelings might be alien to you

Not at all. Been there and done it, found it boring.
>> No. 5480 Anonymous
6th September 2020
Sunday 1:09 am
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>>5478

Fuck off out of here with that shite.
>> No. 5481 Anonymous
6th September 2020
Sunday 1:25 am
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>>5480
I knew his lot were around today. You can smell them if you've got the nose for it.

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>> No. 5452 Anonymous
2nd September 2020
Wednesday 9:57 pm
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Is there any real benefit to using toothpaste or is it purely a placebo?

If I brushed my teeth after giving the toothbrush a quick rinse instead, possibly using mouthwash afterwards, would I notice any difference?
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>> No. 5461 Anonymous
3rd September 2020
Thursday 11:00 am
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>>5459
I posted in that thread that my tips had also gone see-through, but I brush at least once a day. I wouldn't consider my mouth a disaster area like that OP's.
>> No. 5462 Anonymous
3rd September 2020
Thursday 11:55 am
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>>5454
>I can smell when my breath is a bit "off" way before any other method like licking the back of your hand.

A woman once sucked my finger seductively and when I got it back it smelled like tonsil stones.
>> No. 5463 Anonymous
3rd September 2020
Thursday 9:01 pm
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>>5460

You shouldn't use mouthwash (or even rinse with water) immediately after brushing: it is better if the toothpaste stays on your teeth for a while.
>> No. 5464 Anonymous
4th September 2020
Friday 9:05 am
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>>5463
When should you use mouthwash?
>> No. 5465 Anonymous
4th September 2020
Friday 9:09 am
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>>5464

I use it to rinse the bits of food out of my teeth after a meal. Brushing your teeth after everything you eat is definitely a bit psychopathic, but most tooth decay is meant to start off from the bits of carbohydrate stuck to your teeth, which breaks down into sugar because of your mouth enzymes. Mouthwash feels like a good compromise, or a bit of sugar free chewing gum if you're out.

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>> No. 5444 Anonymous
31st August 2020
Monday 10:46 pm
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGEBdK2fN4s

I'm recovering from shoulder surgery and I'm looking for some exercises that will help rehabilitate me. Would this help?
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>> No. 5447 Anonymous
1st September 2020
Tuesday 12:41 pm
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>>5444
Yeah maybe a couple of sets of this afterward:


>> No. 5448 Anonymous
1st September 2020
Tuesday 2:26 pm
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* External or internal rotations, depending on where you're weakest (for most people who spend a lot of time at desks this is external rotation)
* Rear delt raises with light weight
* Rowing with as great a range of motion as you can do pain free
>> No. 5449 Anonymous
1st September 2020
Tuesday 4:07 pm
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>>5447

Must be strange being absurdly strong and also a fat bitch.
>> No. 5450 Anonymous
1st September 2020
Tuesday 5:10 pm
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>>5449
I've always found that one of the weirdest parts of being a body-builder - stop all the exercising and you quickly become a fatso.
>> No. 5451 Anonymous
1st September 2020
Tuesday 7:07 pm
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>>5450

It is possible to not, but it requires a drastic drop in calorie consumption. and when people give up on something, their first instict isn't to think 'better make sure I feel constantly hungry for the next month'.

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>> No. 5358 Anonymous
21st July 2020
Tuesday 3:39 pm
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Hi all, recently got a fitbit charge4 and it confirmed what I already thought, that I have a relatively low resting bpm (like 60?) but whenever I do any sort of minor 'exercise' (say, just walking up the stairs or walking 50 metres or something) it goes through the roof. I end up sweating a lot as well. I don't know if that's connected.

I am very unfit though, only just started doing regular exercise.

Is this normal?
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>> No. 5399 Anonymous
23rd July 2020
Thursday 10:29 pm
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>>5398
>I didn't go out with the intention of doing such distances, I just felt prepared to carry on doing them, so I did.

And that's totally a mistake that lots of people make, you're normal; lots of people go out too hard, injure themselves and then quickly give up on the whole idea as it hurts. I walk quite quickly, and live in a very hilly party of the country - an hours walk is about 500 - 600 calories burned for me - if I run or cycle, might get an extra 200 added onto that. By spending the first month walking, you'll still build up tons of fitness, but it will feel really easy and you're much more likely to stick to it.

I've lost a lot of weight over the past couple of years - walking a lot, not too much running, and super watching the diet. I did many weeks of the 800 calorie diet, and mostly prefer a 2:5 approach now (that's the reverse of 5:2 - ie 5 days fasting at 800 calories and 2 days eating what the fuck I like, including pizza + Chinese). I've a history of diabetes in the family, and can easily be one of those thin chubby people if I overeat/drink.
>> No. 5403 Anonymous
24th July 2020
Friday 2:43 pm
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>>5399
Ah, the Butterfield Diet.

>> No. 5415 Anonymous
14th August 2020
Friday 4:47 pm
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Update

Down from 89kg to just above 83kg, been going to the gym average 5x a week and cycling average about 4h a week and doing a lot more walking. Average calorie intake for the last three weeks has been 1400kcal. Recently been orienting my diet towards proteiny stuff like fish and chicken. Started with a routine I've modified slightly to add more bodyweight stuff before the aftual workout, dynamic stuff like kettlebell swings. I dont feel like I'm getting stronger but I'm not eating right yet so I'm with it at the moment.

Heart rate spikes seem less severe now, maybe I've just started to get used to actually doing some exercise again. Resting heart rate hovering around 58 still.

Intending to start eating a lot more when I reacj my target weight or plateau weightwise for two weeks, whichever comes first.

Anyway, good shit.
>> No. 5416 Anonymous
15th August 2020
Saturday 12:24 am
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>>5403

So that's where I've got "quiches lorraine" from. It's weird the stuff that sticks in your brain.

A couple of months back I was in the store room with a colleague and when she couldn't get past the boxes I was moving I went "Oh, you can never leave..." and it actually blew my mind so much when she recognised the reference (which I had forgotten was even a reference) that I was rendered unable to make an inappropriate sexual advance on her.
>> No. 5417 Anonymous
15th August 2020
Saturday 12:49 am
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>>5403

I love that this plate exists.

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>> No. 5408 Anonymous
13th August 2020
Thursday 11:20 pm
5408 Brain No Do Good
What kind of pills should I take to increase my ability to concentrate? I can't focus on a damn thing, my brain goes all over the place like a shotgun loaded with bees.
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>> No. 5410 Anonymous
13th August 2020
Thursday 11:29 pm
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>>5409
Brain never do good even when I was up at 5am and heading out for a run. Stop being a GP and give me some answers.
>> No. 5411 Anonymous
13th August 2020
Thursday 11:51 pm
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>>5408
Don't you have Google?

Speed is what you need.
>> No. 5412 Anonymous
13th August 2020
Thursday 11:57 pm
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Get a referral to a psychiatrist (just tell your GP you have a long history of not being able to concentrate), get diagnosed with ADHD (which you probably have), and choose between extended release methylphenidate (Concerta) or extended release amphetamine (Elvanse).
>> No. 5413 Anonymous
13th August 2020
Thursday 11:58 pm
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>>5408
Are you depressed? I tick all the boxes for clinical depression and my concentration and attention span
>> No. 5414 Anonymous
14th August 2020
Friday 12:06 am
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Coke or speed depending on your preferences. That stuff they give to ADD kids is basically meth.

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>> No. 5392 Anonymous
23rd July 2020
Thursday 1:03 am
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So, uh, by my girls request I'm trying out the "Cum Load Holy Grail" mix.

It's a mix of supplements that supposedly increase the volume of your ejaculations.

I will be taking (the slightly cut down version):

L-Arginine, 1000mg.
Zinc, 50mg.
Soya Lecithin, 1200mg.
Pygeum, 200mg.
( L-Lysine: 1000mg has been cut).

But I'm slightly concerned about how safe this is? I take Sertraline 50mg daily, I can't find any interactions online...

Anyone had any experiences?
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>> No. 5393 Anonymous
23rd July 2020
Thursday 1:16 am
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That's slightly more zinc than would be recommended, but it shouldn't cause you any real problems over the course of weeks or months. Lecithin and arginine are totally safe. I can't find good toxicology data on pygeum, but given the widespread use and the lack of reported adverse events it's probably reasonably safe.

No obvious interactions with sertraline. Incidentally, your dose is rather low - not a problem if it's working for you, but if you have any latent symptoms then I'd suggest trying at least 100mg.
>> No. 5395 Anonymous
23rd July 2020
Thursday 1:24 am
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It does nothing. just cum less often and hydrate well, that'll make more difference.
>> No. 5396 Anonymous
23rd July 2020
Thursday 1:25 am
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>>5393
Excellent, thank you.

Oh and I was actually considering 25mg. I feel good at the minute. But it has severely impacted sensitivity during sex and my ability to climax...
>> No. 5397 Anonymous
23rd July 2020
Thursday 1:28 am
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>>5396
And weight gain on top of that. But that's probably due to lockdown.

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>> No. 5304 Anonymous
19th July 2020
Sunday 6:39 pm
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Someone please come use I’m a nasty broken down whore who is just wanting her mind busy
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>> No. 5332 Anonymous
19th July 2020
Sunday 10:07 pm
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>>5330
Most of the posts are going off on a tangent rather than giving OP attention.
>> No. 5334 Anonymous
19th July 2020
Sunday 10:30 pm
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Could these images of the Devil's dumplings please be replaced with something safe for work? I suggest superimposing Jaffa cakes over the offending nipples, at least.
>> No. 5337 Anonymous
19th July 2020
Sunday 10:48 pm
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>>5334

I'd jaff her cakes iykwim.
>> No. 5338 Anonymous
19th July 2020
Sunday 11:31 pm
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>>5305
Be specific, lad. The real question is is she an Ossettlass?
>> No. 5339 Anonymous
20th July 2020
Monday 8:50 am
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>>5338
If so she should tell them to fucking pack it in with the fireworks again.

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>> No. 3936 Anonymous
27th October 2016
Thursday 1:45 pm
3936 Fat bastard weight loss thread
Get in here fatlads.

I've made an effort to properly lose weight but have stalled in the last 2 months - and it's starting to creep up. I used to lift weights 3x/week and control the diet, but I can't lift for a while until some medical stuff gets sorted. This has taken a bit of a hit on my progress - or more likely,ive used it an excuse to slack.

What's your story?

P.s. I track calories and weight using my fitness pal.
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>> No. 5270 Anonymous
17th July 2020
Friday 7:59 am
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That's it. Who owns a set of scales? The only way to resolve this is conducting our own research.
>> No. 5271 Anonymous
17th July 2020
Friday 8:37 am
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>>5270 Anyone who thinks that the mass will change, is unlikely to run a well designed experiment, but have at it.
If the scales read more, by about 250g, it's because the engorged fella is now holding a copy of razzle.
Does razzle even still exist? Do porn mags still exist?
>> No. 5272 Anonymous
17th July 2020
Friday 9:04 am
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>>5271
I think a spring scale attached to the penis would resolve those issues.
>> No. 5273 Anonymous
17th July 2020
Friday 9:05 am
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>>5272
No no the only scientific way to do it is through displacement. You have to stick your knob into a bucket of water and then weigh the bucket.
>> No. 5322 Anonymous
19th July 2020
Sunday 7:11 pm
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>>5273

Nonsense. You'd have to submerge your whole body excluding the knob; and then repeat the procedure when you have a lob on.

I would recommend a healthy dose of viagra to keep the chap up, because we'll need to repeat the test several dozen times at least to eliminate any variance at the accuracy levels we'll need.

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>> No. 5241 Anonymous
23rd June 2020
Tuesday 7:29 pm
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I've noticed that my joints seem to be more achy and creaky, particularly my knees and left elbow.

Would pilates be a good idea and are there any alternatives for stiffness?
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>> No. 5243 Anonymous
24th June 2020
Wednesday 4:08 am
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>>5241
Do you drink a lot of alcohol?
>> No. 5244 Anonymous
24th June 2020
Wednesday 7:32 am
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>>5243
Not at all.
>> No. 5245 Anonymous
24th June 2020
Wednesday 4:40 pm
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>>5241

Check out the five tibetan rites. Easy to pick up, do them daily and you'll feel a lot better.

Also look into natural anti-inflammatory agents like castor oil (for external use on joints) and black seed oil (nigella sativa, can be used externally and internally).
>> No. 5246 Anonymous
24th June 2020
Wednesday 5:09 pm
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>>5241
CBD's pretty fantastic for joint pain.
>> No. 5247 Anonymous
25th June 2020
Thursday 11:02 am
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>>5246
I prefer more THC in my joints.

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>> No. 4996 Anonymous
29th January 2020
Wednesday 10:42 pm
4996 Quitting Smoking
I'm going to attempt to quit smoking and was wondering if any of you had tips or experiences to share? We did have a thread a few years back but it seems to have disappeared from the catalogue, though from what I remember Allen Carr's book was highly recommended.

My stats if they help put things into context:
7 a day on weekdays, 4 on weekends. 9 years of smoking.

The discrepancy on the weekdays is that I have a work routine of smoking during my breaks. There's a question there of what I'm supposed to do if I'm not smoking.
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>> No. 5088 Anonymous
16th February 2020
Sunday 2:19 pm
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I stopped smoking about the time of this thread starting. I was wheezing away with a chest infection outside in the cold and rain puffing away furiously on a pipe and I had a 'what the fuck am I doing?' Moment.

I am definitely still getting the itch but the fact that i was pretentious enough to smoke aromatic pipe tobacco means I'd have to go out my way to acquire more helps.

Might resort to vaping but for now I am alright.
>> No. 5089 Anonymous
16th February 2020
Sunday 5:08 pm
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Alan Carr's book is really working so far. I'm not even sure there is much "method" to it, what has really hit home is a section early-on where he just highlights the whole absurdity of it in terms other than health.

The example that if the shop doesn't have your brand you will still buy a shit brand that tastes awful to you is something I've never thought about. Made me feel like one those people who crack open the fag bins for ends.
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16th February 2020
Sunday 5:27 pm
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>>5089
Not sure there is much of a method to it - it's just pleasant repetition of things you already know and agree to. It's a clever book, but there isn't a great deal to it.
>> No. 5091 Anonymous
16th February 2020
Sunday 6:19 pm
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>>5088

Vaping is more or less the same thing as smoking flavoured pipe tobacco, honestly. Even the way the inhale feels is far less like a cigarette and more like a good wide bowled pipe.

You'd probably take a shine to it if you tried. Maybe get some zero-nicotine flavours to try.
>> No. 5172 Anonymous
6th May 2020
Wednesday 7:41 pm
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This won't work for everyone but I found that just seeing how long I could go without one helped. At 9 months now and I'm so determined not to ruin my streak that I haven't been tempted to have one since I quit.

Cutting back on boozing also really helped

Good luck bigman

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>> No. 5165 Anonymous
3rd May 2020
Sunday 11:42 am
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Do you think this wooden beam is secure enough to do pull ups from?
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>> No. 5167 Anonymous
3rd May 2020
Sunday 11:48 am
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>>5166
It does not go through.

Cheers thought as much. Used to hang a punch bag off it.
>> No. 5168 Anonymous
3rd May 2020
Sunday 11:50 am
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>>5167
If it does NOT go through, I would be a bit more careful hanging off it then. Is it just the garage door mounting?
>> No. 5169 Anonymous
3rd May 2020
Sunday 12:23 pm
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I don't know about "sturdy enough", but it looks too tall and not being about to move your wrists seems like a pain in the arse when doing pull ups, but I'm no expert.
>> No. 5170 Anonymous
3rd May 2020
Sunday 1:08 pm
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>>5168

Drat.

Yeah just the mounting.
>> No. 5171 Anonymous
3rd May 2020
Sunday 4:02 pm
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>>5167
The wooden beam itself is easily strong enough to take your weight as long as it's not rotten.
If it doesn't go "through" the walls, it's hard to see what else is holding it up. It looks like it's physically resting on top of the breeze-blocks on the right hand side and is mortared in, I'd assume it's fitted the same on the left hand side with some plasterwork just boxing it in.
So as long as it's more than a couple of inches inside the blockwork it'll easily hold your weight.

As others have said though the biggest problem is being comfortable holding it. If you can get one, I'd try and find one of those over-door-frame pull up bars, and perhaps bodge it a little to mount onto that beam.

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>> No. 5149 Anonymous
16th April 2020
Thursday 9:30 am
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What cardio exercises do you do?

I'm fully aware that I need to be doing more cardio but I just find it so boring. I can get in the mindset to do weights but not cardio. I'm assuming something like HIIT and breaking it down into sets of exercises is the best way to get into it.
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>> No. 5160 Anonymous
16th April 2020
Thursday 9:01 pm
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>>5152
Organised exercise classes have always worked for me; basically martial arts and yoga. Obviously I can't do any of that right now, and probably for the rest of the year.

At the moment I'm just doing a punch of push ups. I might be coming out of this a fat cunt with a liver like foie gras, but I'll be coming out of it as a fat cunt with a liver like foie gras who can do a lot of push ups.
>> No. 5161 Anonymous
17th April 2020
Friday 9:24 pm
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>>5156

I died
>> No. 5162 Anonymous
17th April 2020
Friday 11:10 pm
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>>5149
I'm used to climbing (V5-ish), but now I'm basically locked up in an attic. I still do all the stretches, but cardio is hard. I have a 2l bottle filled with water I use for calithenics. I don't have weights at home, and none of my doors are good enough for pull ups. Maybe I should try and climb the neighbours and and consider it route done if they don't shout at me.
>> No. 5163 Anonymous
18th April 2020
Saturday 3:04 am
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>>5162

Do you have anywhere you could hang a campus board?
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19th April 2020
Sunday 3:37 pm
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>>5162

If you have a sturdy table in your home you can do horizontal rows, hits the same muscles as pull ups. If you haven't got a table to use, put a broom/stick/bar over/between two chairs and do them that way. For weights, a litre of water weighs 2.2lbs, books can be fairly heavy too or just big rocks, fill a backpack with them and you can do double handed bicep curls, or weighted press ups/lunges/whatever else you can think of. It's mostly just down to how creative you can get.

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>> No. 5120 Anonymous
27th March 2020
Friday 5:55 pm
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I can't do squats due to a bad knee so what can I do instead?

At the moment I'm doing deadlifts and step-ups on a 12" high block. Both for high reps.
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>> No. 5141 Anonymous
29th March 2020
Sunday 7:12 pm
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I just think he has a very limited vision of what fiction encompasses. If I wrote an autobiography and I made a load of stuff up it would be a work of fiction but it wouldn't be any more or less believable than if I wrote the truth.

Likewise if I wrote about an imaginary fight that happened in my local pub last December it would also be a work of fiction, but it'd be entirely believable because there are often fights in my local.

Not all fiction fits within the format of the novel.
>> No. 5143 Anonymous
29th March 2020
Sunday 7:23 pm
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> Not all fiction fits within the format of the novel.

While I'm here I might as well go full on robot moon oven and point out that not all novels are written in the first person, and that not all third person accounts are fictional.

Let's imagine that I follow you around for the day and write down everything you do, all the conversations you have, while chatting with you all the while about what you think about the things that are happening to you.

Upon reading, given the criteria of >>5137, this account is going to be quite utterly unrealistic. The focus will be on a single person, all the other characters will seem empty and not have their motivations explained, all the minor characters will only ever be seen talking to the main character or, perhaps, friends of his and the only real motivation explained will be that of the main character (as only his thoughts are revealed to the author.

Really all of this is a function of narrative, not of fiction.
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30th March 2020
Monday 3:20 am
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>>5140
>he's chosen specific examples that would probably be indicative of a poor author, but it happens in almost any work of fiction.

Sure the point was to spell it out for people, and to do that you need examples people will understand and by definition those are simplistic and obvious.

>>5143
>Upon reading, given the criteria of >>5137, this account is going to be quite utterly unrealistic. The focus will be on a single person, all the other characters will seem empty and not have their motivations explained, all the minor characters will only ever be seen talking to the main character or, perhaps, friends of his and the only real motivation explained will be that of the main character (as only his thoughts are revealed to the author.

If you record all of it, isn't going to be unrealistic at all, but it will probably be a dull meandering mess though because real life regularly is.

As soon as you start editing it down and picking parts to weave a story though you are creating a fiction. You can call that a narrative instead if you like that is just semantics.

Even if you never add anything new, it is a fiction, because you have inserted an intent.


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>> No. 5146 Anonymous
30th March 2020
Monday 4:34 am
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> As soon as you start editing it down and picking parts to weave a story though you are creating a fiction.

So by your definition all (auto)biographies and memoirs are works of fiction? The idea indeed may have some merit, just interested if that's exactly what you mean.

> For a given value of believable, believability is just about how deeply you are willing to dig. If you are willing to go to the really anal layers the details at some point will be wrong

I think you're right about this. The thing about most fiction is that it's designed to be entertaining. The dull day to day that most of us experience isn't exactly exciting or entertaining so things have to be tweaked or changed to make it so.

To take an example that I know a lot about, it's always fairly obvious to me how utterly fake all computer hacking/security stuff on TV and in films is; exactly because I know what computer hacking really looks like (someone in their underwear staring at a laptop for weeks at a time, for up to 96 hours at a go, swearing a lot, drinking metric shit tons of coffee or booze, smoking a ton of fags, potentially ingesting other drugs, until eventually he somehow figures it out) and it isn't entertaining at all.
>> No. 5147 Anonymous
30th March 2020
Monday 12:20 pm
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>>5146

>So by your definition all (auto)biographies and memoirs are works of fiction? The idea indeed may have some merit, just interested if that's exactly what you mean.

That is exactly what I mean. It might be based on a true story, but it is always 'sexed up' in some way, boring bits are cut out, it is focused in to a story. It is at that point to me a work of fiction.

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>> No. 5092 Anonymous
13th March 2020
Friday 12:12 pm
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My 12yo niece wants to get fit. Can /fat/ recommend some workouts?
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>> No. 5114 Anonymous
20th March 2020
Friday 9:01 am
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>> No. 5115 Anonymous
20th March 2020
Friday 1:13 pm
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I find Logan Paul's antics really unpleasant (same for the brother whose name escapes me) but I'm not sure it's really that different to Jackass or those cokehead Saturday morning kids' TV presenters we used to have.

I did hear that one of those Pauls was getting into some kind of a Youtuber boxing match, no matter who wins we should all get to have a good laugh at that one.
>> No. 5116 Anonymous
20th March 2020
Friday 1:15 pm
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>>5115
Oh, I thought he meant Paul Joseph Watson. That makes more sense.
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20th March 2020
Friday 1:18 pm
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>>5115
>I did hear that one of those Pauls was getting into some kind of a Youtuber boxing match, no matter who wins we should all get to have a good laugh at that one.
I love boxing news, me. But I can never find the time to follow it. Can you let us know how Lewis vs Tyson goes as well?
>> No. 5118 Anonymous
20th March 2020
Friday 1:23 pm
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>>5117
Lewis is a racecar driver you dumbfuck.

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