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Rigel126

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  1. So I sent in my resignation letter and i'm preparing to leave my job on the 10th next month. Also, it was really hard but I kicked myself in the ass to get a leg workout done, my first workout in what, three weeks? You lifters are amazing deserving respect for being able to work out in the first place, let alone keeping at it every day for years.

  2. One month of being ill, and I got back to lifting yesterday. The strength losses were terrible, as expected.

    On the other hand, I worked up the courage to work out at the newly-refurbished mini-gym downstairs and survived. Phew!

  3. Day 16: I've been in a slump the last week and took too many rest days. I'm having an existential crisis and wondering about what the fuck am I doing with a job and general life that pisses me off.

    Yesterday I did half of a core workout. Side planks hurt, which means they are a good addition into my routine.

    1. GiganticBeast

      GiganticBeast

      First off, no such THING as too many rest days. It's not just your body you're resting, you need to get your mindset to a point where you want to lift and want to GROW once again! You can drag your ass every day to the gym and hate it, every single time, or you can take the time you need, get to a point where you want to go, where you look forward to it, and day by day it's gonna get easier! ALSO WICKED core workout by the sounds of it! if it's still stinging that's damned good man!

  4. Day 13: 90 march-squats, 90 calf extensions, and 90 lunges. The lunges killed my legs good.

    Today I'm feeling downright exhausted, so exhausted I would gladly sell my soul for an afternoon nap.

  5. Day 10 last night, 100 squat marches and 120 calf raises. The burn and the sweating felt goooood.

    I don't understand how I can be skinny as a stick and yet have jiggly calves.

    Also, experimenting a bit with grocery shopping and cooking this week to see how I can tweak my calorie intake and get bigger. Gotta learn to get my homework done faster over the weekend so that I have more time to cook!

    No time to jack this morning, feeling so horny that just thinking dirty makes me hard as fuck.

    Looking forward to abs and back tonight.

  6. Uuuuuggghhhh I think I’m gonna dieeeee

    Last night I did 120 squats and 120 calf raises, and conked out for 7 hours but I’m still so exhausted and sore. It’s only Thursday and I can’t wait for Sunday to sleep in.

    (I have school on Saturday mornings, followed by homework which I gotta finish over the weekend cuz there ain’t no time during the week!)

    On the plus side, I think my chest is a tiiiiiny bit bigger now? All the pushups are starting to pay off! I’m gonna get pecs! Gotta remember to stop groping my (still flat as an airfield) boobs in the office though, but I’m excited!

    Next leg day: objective 150 squats. God I feel like dying but I also want to firm up my bum?

  7. Day 6: 30 standard pushups + 40 knee pushups. My arms are shaking so bad and I can't barely feel em. Next goal is to hit 100 pushups by the end of the year.

  8. Hey there you ripped, sexy muscle beast! You busy pumping those muscles that you forgot about your lil' guy? ;) kidding man, but get in touch! I miss our chats!

  9. Day 5: 30 minutes of back and core work on the mat last night. 100 crunches and 100 back extensions. Slept like the dead after that.

  10. Leg day yesterday, night, followed by a good jerk. Hell yeah I could get used to this ;)

  11. Thanks for the feedback! The pain is usually at the back and outside (triceps...?), just above the elbow. The pain comes in little bursts, like a couple of strings snapping one after another and it goes away immediately after I stop. I'll see if I can talk someone into filming me on my phone for some footage on my form.
  12. I hope someone can give me some advice because I sometimes have very strange, somewhat painful sensations in my arms. I'm a pretty skinny and wimpy guy, so these days (on-and-of for the last year or so, serious again starting this week) I do pushups for upper-body and arm strength training. I note that when I do push-ups, by the 3rd or 4 set (10 reps/set), a couple of things happen, mainly in my right arm. 1) elbow pain 2) a weird, sharp and slightly painful sensation in my upper arm when the arm muscles are under strain. The best I can describe it is like the feeling of a taut string snapping in two. I imagine like muscle fibres in my arm are tearing and I stop my workouts before it gets too painful because I'm worried I might tear a muscle. I tried a few adjustments in my pushups to reduce it to a limited extent: 1) REALLY control my movement and paying attention so my elbows don't wiggle about or stick out. This has been great for the elbow pain and it's now rarely ever there unless I get impatient. 2) balance on my fists (with a floor rug to cushion the knuckles) instead of my palms. But I still can't really get rid of the 'string snapping' sensation and I'm worried if I push myself too hard (not a problem yet for this wuss but maybe sometime in the future) I might rip something. Any advice on how to modify my workouts? Is this something I should talk to a doctor about?
  13. Did pushups today, boy am I WEAK, but all the more reason to keep plugging at it, right?

  14. Tonight worked out back and abs, then had a good jerk ;) Off to bed now!

  15. Slept like a baby last night after a good leg workout. :)