How do you guys do this? Seriously

>Be me
>Father pays for my gym membership
>I go to the gym to get my lower back muscles stronger, otherwise my spine hurts, specially when I carry my backpack for uni with my laptop inside
>Back stops hurting after doing core exercises
>Try to get into lifting
>Only do machines because my form is horrible and I'm too tired to learn after school
>Whenever I lift something the bones inside my hands hurt
>The more I do my reps, the more my hands hurt
>When I tell to the normies that I have begun going to the gym they congratulate me and seem super happy
>They never get this happy when I do anything else
>"Yay, the gYM! Never lose motivation! Haha never miss leg day!!!"
>Haven't made a single gain in three months
>Everytime a new monitor joins they correct my form because somehow everytime I manage to get the exercise wrong in a different way until they stop correcting me
>Too physically imbecile to progress
>Too physically weak to dare to leave without getting the pains again
Anons, wtf do I do? Help

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm your daddy

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You're a moron until proven useful

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I'm still your daddy.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Meh, as long as you keep bumping the thread you're an useful moid

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >moid
            London?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Daddy has come to play

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            you will never ever be a woman

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Post breasts

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Not reading your blogpost
    just lift, homosexual

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    OP's father here, get off your PC and deadlift gayboy

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You sound cute

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I fricking hate all of you. I'm better off asking reddit

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Is normal to feel sore for the first weeks/months of training it depends on how fat/out of shape you are, just continue moron. Eventually, you will not get too sore and when you do the soreness will go away in less than a day. Simple as.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    1. Are you eating enough, or are you skelly?
    2. Are you progressing and pushing yourself, or are you just doing reps until you get bored
    3. If your hands are hurting, have you tried specifically training grip strength?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      1. I'm eating more now than I used to. I'm 54kg and I make sure to have protein
      2. I don't push myself often tbh and when I do I'm too tired to keep working out and just go home early
      3. I just googled grip strength and seems to be my problem. I will look into this later.
      Also I have been trying to make a mini home gym. Not sure if it's better to do little exercise with this and not going to the gym or keep going despite the lack of results. Pic rel (ignore the dress hanging)

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >I'm eating more now than I used to. I'm 54kg and I make sure to have protein
        If you want to gain muscle you need to gain weight. Just eating more protein isn't enough.
        It doesn't have to be fast (0.5kg per week is a good target) but you do have to be going up.
        >I don't push myself often tbh
        If you want to get big you need to work hard. You need to get close to the point where your muscles physically can't do any more reps if you want to grow.
        Just doing sets of [X] won't make you grow automatically - your body wants to stay like it is - you have to convince it it needs to change.
        If you're getting sore the day or two after you gym that's a good sign.

        The only other ingredient is time. You've only been going 3 months and that really isn't long, especially if you're comparing yourself to people who have been doing this for a year or two or ten. Take things slowly and reflect on your progress. You won't see any big changes until you're a year or so in

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Read starting strength. It's a book, you can read it right?
    And remember to do your power cleans, and power snatches later on.
    You're probably not eating enough, m or not enough iron or protein.
    You could up prots tho 1g/lb, and take a pre workout (coffee with sugar would be enough) before lifting.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Starting strength
      I'll pirate it

      >I'm eating more now than I used to. I'm 54kg and I make sure to have protein
      If you want to gain muscle you need to gain weight. Just eating more protein isn't enough.
      It doesn't have to be fast (0.5kg per week is a good target) but you do have to be going up.
      >I don't push myself often tbh
      If you want to get big you need to work hard. You need to get close to the point where your muscles physically can't do any more reps if you want to grow.
      Just doing sets of [X] won't make you grow automatically - your body wants to stay like it is - you have to convince it it needs to change.
      If you're getting sore the day or two after you gym that's a good sign.

      The only other ingredient is time. You've only been going 3 months and that really isn't long, especially if you're comparing yourself to people who have been doing this for a year or two or ten. Take things slowly and reflect on your progress. You won't see any big changes until you're a year or so in

      So I have to do machines for a year and push until failure

      Is normal to feel sore for the first weeks/months of training it depends on how fat/out of shape you are, just continue moron. Eventually, you will not get too sore and when you do the soreness will go away in less than a day. Simple as.

      Good advice

      Thanks anons

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >So I have to do machines for a year and push until failure
        You don't have to do machines, freeweights are good to do while you're lifting baby weights because even if you frick up you won't hurt yourself. It's very different having a bad squat at 20kg vs 160kg and the only way you get better is deliberate practice

        If you're that worried about your form reduce the weight, do it in front of a mirror and ask other people for advice.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    stop being a homosexual for once

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    you have the wrong choice of animeme or you would make gains, daily

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