How long did it take you to realize curlbros were right all along? Posted on April 20, 2023 by Anonymous How long did it take you to realize curlbros were right all along?
How long did it take you to realize fucking around in the gym is the right way of lifting all along?
Worth watching and pondering, thanks ya random fukko
from the start. if i'm nit having fun, i won't stick to working out. i do compounds regularly but isolations are pretty much for whenever i feel like doing them.
that said, my biceps and forearms are small. also chest and lats
Post body with timestamp
Post dog with timestamp
Stamp dog with timepost
Dogstamp post timewith
twitter tier response
reddit tier responses
facebook tier posts
>tons of singles, doubles and triples
sounds like my kind of rodeo
This guy seems like one of the most knowledgeable fitness youtubers I've heard and yet he looks like a stereotypical meathead.
Sorry, but I'm taking the midwit's side this time
I don't see the appeal of pinning roids and egolifting until my health is irreparably destroyed
It took me 7 years, when I realised that progressive overload and stabilizer muscles are memes and that getting a pump and lifting by feel is what really makes you big and strong.
i feel like i never get a pump, what am i doing wrong?
Low reps, not enough salt and sugar, incorrect form, doing full body workouts.
don't forget the water
true. it's not something that can be taught really, you just need to lift for many years and then you'll know
Training stabilizer muscles is very effective if they aren't trained... it prevents injury. People who can squat 3pl8 often can not do a single leg squat. Or they can do it on one leg. This imbalance can also become detrimental at higher weights. Same for shoulders, rotator cuff muscles (spinatus), muscles around the scapula.
Once you hit those muscles and have trained your balance adequately enough it stops really adding benefit. This is already pretty fast. The 3 main lifts do not hit stabilizer muscles very well.