how do you do it

>go to gym hard in 20s off an on. Make slow but steady progress. eventually lose like 60lbs to my goal weight but SUPRISE! i didnt eat anywhere near enough protien and became hilariously unimpressive skinnyfat.
>eventually give up because it was so blackpilling
>33 now
>neet
>no job
>want to go back but literally cant force myself out the door

All i really want is to not die alone and im getting towards the age where looking at attractive women (to me) is creepy because muh age gap

For all you 30 year olds out there. Is it worth it?

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm 32 but I work out consistently and fuck zoomer thots. The difference between you and me is that after each time I get lazy I get back up, dust myself off, and carry on instead of being a moron.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      why tho

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >tho
        That was close, I almost responded seriously to your thread

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          thanks i guess

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Ain't nutting to it but to do it

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Me too except I’m 38. Recently fucked a 21yo college girl from the gym.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        how

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Insert pp into woman

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            no i mean how do you get a younger woman attracted to you

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I stayed in shape and zoomer girls love older guys.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Be attractive

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              A girl will fuck any guy as long as he's attractive

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    my dad fucks me while i sleep

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    No motivation is a symptom of low T. You can raise your levels by sleeping more and eating better (to your original baseline, will need TRT to get higher).

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I have gotten tested but they always say its normal. I double checked to see if they are using the "old" definition of low T and it didnt make a difference

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yes it's worth it. When you're in your mid thirties you stand out so much more.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >socially well adjusted as a kid
    >first kiss around grade 4
    >first gf in grade 6
    >lost virginity around grade 10 (As a 5'5 120lb stoner kid with shoulder length hair and 0 muscle mass)
    >graduate high school and start to socially isolate
    >manage to get a couple gf in early and mid 20s, but becoming more withdrawn
    >get fat in my late 20s then do a 360 and walk out the door
    >do another 360 and get IST for the first time at age 29
    >turned 1 a month ago
    >still haven't had sex in 5 years but at least I get mires
    >most women my age are married with children
    I'm hoping I still have a shot because I've got a young face. I can still pass for early 20s, but I can see myself aging a bit and a small baldspot forming at the crown. It's now or never.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      TURNED 30 A MONTH AGO

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Too late, underage b&

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          https://i.imgur.com/UJibB0f.jpg

          >turned 1 a month ago

          baby?

          I turned 30 a month ago. I've been here since we closed the pool.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >turned 1 a month ago

      baby?

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Do you want the ultimate black pill?

    >train from the age of 22 and diet religiously
    >32 now
    >own my own business
    >hate life daily
    >despite working can't afford a home and live a 1 bedroom apartment

    The ultimate black pill is accepting that no matter what you do it ultimately doesn't matter. You can't get ahead in a system that's designed to fuck you from top to bottom.

    Lifting is just my cope for an enevitable death in the years to come. I, in all honestly, hope I don't make it to 40. The problem is I don't drink or smoke so I'm likely going to have to suffer this life for a other 50 years.

    Do with this as you will.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      based

      just the kind of blackpill i needed

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You pathetic fuck, you were waiting for someone to validate your miserable existence so you could carry on being a lazy little shitstain waste of a human life

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I didnt say that.
          It was a good post though. Cant really argue with him

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It's an honest post. You hear a lot of motivational bullshit on here from anons that haven't had to face the reality. Even with women and money nothing changes. Infact, you need to work 10x harder than everyone around you just to maintain the lifestyle you've built. It doesn't get easier, it gets considerably harder and after 5+ years you'll look at it and ask yourself, what's the point of all this?

            In saying that, you should train. Even if it's max copium for a shitty existence at least you look good before you check out.

            Conclusion, you can't do whatever you want but being a "neet" and "making it" really aren't any different. The money won't buy you happiness, you'll realize that 99% of women are hollow and only care about what you can provide them.

            Again, do with this as you will. It doesn't get better.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I feel like the women thing isnt true. I think most NPC women are trained to think like that but there are good women around but simply not enough and likely never go outside

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >Infact, you need to work 10x harder than everyone around you just to maintain the lifestyle you've built.
              Or... you just... you know... avoid lifestyle creep....... did that ever cross the mind of any of you gays? And using your money to buy assets that make you more money? Fuckity fuck fuck

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Yes it's worth it. When you're in your mid thirties you stand out so much more.

      Me too except I’m 38. Recently fucked a 21yo college girl from the gym.

      I'm 32 but I work out consistently and fuck zoomer thots. The difference between you and me is that after each time I get lazy I get back up, dust myself off, and carry on instead of being a moron.

      https://i.imgur.com/7hm67zg.jpg

      >go to gym hard in 20s off an on. Make slow but steady progress. eventually lose like 60lbs to my goal weight but SUPRISE! i didnt eat anywhere near enough protien and became hilariously unimpressive skinnyfat.
      >eventually give up because it was so blackpilling
      >33 now
      >neet
      >no job
      >want to go back but literally cant force myself out the door

      All i really want is to not die alone and im getting towards the age where looking at attractive women (to me) is creepy because muh age gap

      For all you 30 year olds out there. Is it worth it?

      For 30+ anons who progressed in their careers, did you find life more satisfying once you made a lot of money? For oldanons who make sub 6 0's, do you find it emasculating to make less money in your 30s?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        i dont even have a job but when my parents tell me to get one if its not at minimum 80k i laugh at them

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        im 32
        i make 125k in nyc

        lifes more expensive, i don't feel like i make that much money but breaking 100k+ i was able to rent my own apartment alone.

        I expect to hit 160k+ in about 3-4 years. I think that will be a change into potentially affording to buy a small property in the nyc tri-state area. I'm an attorney with 160k student loan debt, which sucks

        I'm more satisfied in the sense I have money to do things i generally want to do. but i feel pretty average overall income wise. people in manhattan are wealthy and I suppose I just entered middle class in NYC world. I've always been a late bloomer however, it's only within the last 3 years I'm in a position where I can say it is my "career"

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I know how you feel. I make around the same money and I'm hoping I get enough of a raise this year to get myself a 2-bedroom apartment. I'd like 1000 square feet so I can have a space for my office and get some home gym equipment. My place now is quite a bit smaller and because of my office stuff there is no room for even a couch. In a nice building like mine a 2 bed like that will cost around 2500 a month. To my friends back home it sounds like I'm making good money, but for someone in the rat race living in a high COL area, it doesn't get you much.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I have a home gym in my 1 bedroom/1den/1bathroom apartment in the outter boroughs.

            when I say "home gym," I mean kettlebell sets and Base Bar pullup/dip bars. I've been using it for the past 2 years and honestly it's been great. went from 155lb skinnyfat to 200lb~ 22-25%~ish body fat.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              nice anon

              you dumb moron you will always be in the rat race because you care too much about wants and not enough about true needs...
              you don't NEED 1000sq feet and a home gym... you should WANT home ownership, but instead you want to be a rent cuck who thinks hes too good to slum it like the rest of us yet at the end of the day some average tradie probably saves more than you do

              I never said I needed that stuff. anyone who bought a home in the past couple of years is getting fucked aswell since the interest rates went from 0 to >9k so the home they bought for 400k are now closing in on 2. As far as home ownership, I think it is overrated for single people. I spend like 3-4 months of the year travelling anyway and could relocate on a dime if I wanted to. When stuff breaks I just call and it gets fixed. I wouldn't say one or the other is better, just dependson the situation.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                anyone who bought a home in the last couple of years isn't getting fucked at all since house prices have actually risen
                what you tried to say is that anyone who took out a mortgage blah blah blah and you're also wrong there since if it was only a couple years ago they would still most likely be within their fixed rate period in which case they could try for a remortgage or just straight up sell the place
                you're a fucking retard why am i even trying to explain shit to you fuck off

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                you are acting a bit autistic in how you're thinking about this. there are situations where it makes more sense to rent. I've gone through the numbers many times. I do have friends who lost money purchasing in 2022, the market values of their homes have gone down since they purchased. That may not be true for all locations, but it's true here

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >you are acting a bit autistic
                do you even know where you are you gorilla moron
                you mentioned the "rat race" which would imply that you are unhappy with your circumstances, yet you choose to remain bound to your miserable fate
                perhaps you should take active steps towards ownership and independence
                peace out bitch

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I am happy with my circumstances. I have an easy job and enough money to buy a house if I want. I think buying right now would subtract from my independence

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >25%
              >50lbs of fat
              Wow dude. I probably have more LBM than you at 165. I am 33.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                honestly I did the math wrong and my results are really good. I really don't know the actual numbers.

                I know they are good ,whatever the muscle gain may actually be, because the amount attention I've gotten from woman and the way they're behaving is just way better and I look good naked.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            you dumb moron you will always be in the rat race because you care too much about wants and not enough about true needs...
            you don't NEED 1000sq feet and a home gym... you should WANT home ownership, but instead you want to be a rent cuck who thinks hes too good to slum it like the rest of us yet at the end of the day some average tradie probably saves more than you do

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >neet
        >no job
        Redundant. NEET explicitly means no job bro.

        Yes. Engineer, just hit 10 years experience last year. A bit over 150k. Life is way better when I started not having to worry about essentials.

        However I do find other stuff to worry about, for instance, I now have a kid. But worrying about a kid is way more fulfilling than struggling to budget in an anniversary gift, for instance. Even something as simple as when my parents come to visit, I think, "What's a cool new restaurant I can take them to?" and not, "Where is somewhere we can all eat and not go broke?"

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Damn I make 35k a year and own a home by myself. It isn't massive or anything but it's cheaper than renting.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        bro where do you live baltimore city or 8mile?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Negative. It's just not a massive property. Very modest. Helps I got it before COVID, inflation and rate hikes. Late 2018.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          There are still safe places where you can get a decent home for not much money. Oklahoma and Kentucky come to mind

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >safe
            >tornayder alley

            lol

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              By safe I meant white. Tornados alley moved anyway. They call it dixie alley now. Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana are getting the most twisters. Oklahoma still gets some though. Western Kentucky gets them now and then.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >didn't train or diet right the first time
    >now don't work out at all
    >hurr durr is fitness even worth it?
    You're getting exactly out of life what you've been putting into it OP.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Of course it's worth it.
    I got into my best shape at 44, was down to 9% bodyfat with abs and weighed 212 lbs. at 6' tall.
    It's never too late, anon, but every day you wait is a day lost. Go get it.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You have what some call "executive dysfunction". You think you want something, you know it's a good thing, but when it comes to getting up and going for it, you get stunned into procrastination or other ways of coping. Why? That's somewhat subjective, but one thing that will definitely help -- there are no easy solutions -- is mindful introspection when you're at the wall you're trying to scale. "Why am I feeling resistance? Why am I afraid of something? What makes me uncomfortable?" -- that's what you'd ask at first. Many of us are simply used to, out of a malicious habit, imagining (and we barely notice how we do it) failure or extreme hardship where there is only a moderate amount. You need to adjust expectations and imagination or distract yourself with something more pleasant while going for it, experiment a little. You can do it.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      who are you witch how do ye know me

  10. 3 weeks ago
    sage

    You need to change your attitude towards everything, stat; it's not just gym, its everything about your life. Do everything in your power to get a job, apply to anything that has high mobility, brush up your CV/resume. Start budgeting and improve your financial literacy, you still have time to put money into financial instruments or retirement funds, profit there can be use to build businesses or enrich your personal life. Network as soon as you're in, talk abstract stuff like business, growth, hobbies.

    I know a lot of people that started with nothing, became a recruiter or technician with just a bit of gab and climbed the ranks and are making 110k with hardly any experience and no degree. Spend your free time making yourself better, learn to code, learn a new language, work out, get certified in a trade, all of these have a path towards making a more fulfilling life. There's no instruction manual, you just have to have way more ambition if you don't have shit at 30. Good luck.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How do you even live as a 30+ year old neet
    Go out and and do it bro. Grab life by the balls and make something of it. You have no choice its either sink or swim.

    You’re currently sinking. Atleast you havent drowned yet, theres always time to make positive change in your life no matter your age. Im here to tell you that if you actually put the effort in, eat a healthy diet and sleep well you WILL MAKE IT.

    Its that simple. Just start with the basic shit and progress from there as your confidence increases. First priorities should be getting a simple cruisey job which doesnt stress you out and also starting basic training in the gym.

    GL broham. You can do it.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah its worth it. Focus on incremental improvements, and the journey. You are too fixated on the end goal. If youre hiking through the woods and you just stare up at the mountain top the whole way, youll be sure to trip and fall, and all the while feel like youre not making any progress. Better to focus on the path in front of you and periodically check your compass to be sure youre going in the right direction.
    For example, i hurt my back badly 3 years ago. I switched goals from strength feats to simply focusing on lowering pain, with the ultimate goal of being pain free. Fast forward to now, im running and lifting again and my body feels great.
    You can make it bud. Just start smaller and learn to be nicer to yourself during percieved set backs.
    >pic related just did a bunch of pullups at 6'0" 210lbs.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I just want to get bigger mooscles but i have really low strenght and can only 1 plate bench if i put work into it for a few weeks.

      I feel like my size wont happen unless i go up in weight

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        eat more bub

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          how tho

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    OP im in the same boat.
    >31
    >skinnyfat w/ gyno despite years of lifting
    >unemployed
    >live with my parents
    >less than 30K in savings
    >no car (dont even have drivers license)
    >almost no friends, never had gf
    >assburger (diagnosed back when they still called it that)
    >hate myself and contemplate suicide every day or at least every other day

    the only upside is I have an business degree. But I hate the work and interacting with coworkers. I dont know if I should switch up or just try to find something which pays well enough that doesnt make me want to shove my hand in the paper shredder.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I dont have borgers but i think im on the spectrum. I hate normalfags so much. I cant put myself in a situation where i dont have authority because some middle manager doing dumb shit will set off my tism

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Where is your father?

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I was a NEET until 21. Can’t give advice on how to fix that beside stop being pathetic and chronically online.

    Never set foot in a gym until I was 27, and Covid hit a few months later. Soon as gyms reopened, I jumped back into it. I entered my 30s in better shape than I entered my 20s.

    I don’t look at zoomer women because they’re borderline autistic and literal e-prostitutes.

    Stop feeling sorry for yourself, and recognize that what’s best for you is directly opposed to what you want to do.

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