>work part-time in an Italian restaurant
>get to eat as much as I want on break
>order 2 platefuls of creamy chicken pasta and a salad on the side
>fat bitch of a manager complains to me that I'm so lucky to be able to eat all that and look like this (pointing to my muscled slim torso)
>at this point I've had enough of her bullshit victim mentality
>inform her that it's not even in the same realm as luck and that my daily caloric expenditure is probably what she does across 3 days if even that
>she was too stunned to formulate a coherent response and falls back on the "i don't have time" shtick
what makes these people so profoundly retarded?
ITT: post sobering interactions with fats
>work part-time in an Italian restaurant
>muh but i work
ignorance and plain laziness
Sometimes if I have a meal planned with my colleagues, I'll do OMAD that day so I can eat a fuck ton of food and make them seethe.
>falls back on the "i don't have time" shtick
bros, I'm not starting to become this.
Not fat, lean hardgainer actually, I just came back to university and don't know how to fit in gym time. I don't want to become this. I take a long time to switch gears mentally so I spend a lot of time doing work slowly or not at all when I say I'm gonna do it.
Do it first thing in the morning, before breakfast, class, whatever. In your mind it isn't optional and you will do it first.
If you've got early classes every day then you gotta go to bed earlier to hit the gym before class. Simple as. Starting a routine is 90% of the battle. Once its rolling you can coast on autopilot continuing the routine. You'll find eventually you need that routine or you feel disoriented.
Make a schedule and stick to it! Plan the exercises and the days you'll do it and when you'll go to bed the night before. Preworkout drinks can also help trigger a mindset shift that get you hyped to lift and prepare your brain for the activity, but its hard to stop using them.
I've thought about doing that, I've always been a night owl and all my social interactions happen during the PM hours so it's hard to work around a schedule that has me asleep at 9PM.
I was thinking about fitting it in after my first AM class (so after 11AM/10:20AM M-TH) instead but I don't like changing into my gym clothes and having to shower at the gym. Pros and cons.
That's exactly what I mean by hardgainer, I chronically undereat and don't get enough sleep. Actually started tracking calories again recently to fix this.
I just did some manic pushup sets to calm myself down, you're right on the calisthenics I guess my main problem is that I'm too scatterbrained to commit to anything.
Ironically my university of 30,000 has two tiny ass gyms for their student body that they expect to be enough, it's always packed in there
Okay, I wouldn’t call that hard gainer but it doesn’t matter. Pick a push up variation, pull up variation, and squat variation. Do 2-4 sets of each at a rep scheme that gets you 2-3 reps from failure every set. Then finish your workout by doing 3-5x1 minute burpee’s as many rep as possible. Combine this with eating more (keep it as clean as possible) and you will like the results while you’re figuring out your schedule daily. I would also suggest morning workouts as someone said above.
please stop blogging
lift with people, go to dinner after, then shower and do your socializing
1) no such thing as a hard gainer. Unless you are measuring every portion of food you make, your estimation of intake is wrong. If you double what you eat right now, you will gain weight. There is no other outcome.
2) if you cannot fit the gym into your schedule (unlikely) you can get sufficiently muscular if you’re lean by doing calisthenics daily. Once you figure out your time situation, you can switch from calisthenics to the gym. It would take less than 20 minutes a day to do a full body calisthenics workout and see more results than you’ll see debating whether or not you can make it to the gym or not.
If university students couldn’t find time for the gym then universities wouldn’t have gyms.
It's hard as fuck when you're in uni tbh. I lifted in HS and stopped all through uni and had to restart, but with muscle memory I'm all good.
>office has a cafeteria that serves us for free
>its mostly bullshit but serviceable
>fat coworker (doesn't narrow it down, they're lost all fat) asks me one day how old I am
>inform him I'm 35
>"how do you eat so much and stay so thin?"
I just have a shake in the morning if a lifting day, skyr and coffee on cardio days and eat my big meal at lunch. Fatties can fuck off and die.
High five skyrbro.
Stuff is too based bro. I always heard Scandis talk about it and then we started getting it here in Texas, never looked back.
do Italians work there or just Hispanics
My parents are starting to become obese and they never exercise. Any advice guys?
Ask them "what happened?"
Fatties get so mad if you ever tell them you're going to skip a meal lmfao
>autist doesn’t understand what a compliment is and thinks he must answer with an insult for no reason
obviously not a compliment, reducing all his hard work to genetics ("you're so lucky!")
that's an autistic way to interpret this situation
I AM GONNA GO GET THE PAPERS
GET THE PAPERS
I just don't interact with them anymore. A fat person can stand in front of you drooling at the sight of your physique like you were breaded and covered in ranch dressing and tell you how unhealthy they think your diet is. They used to look like you too when they were 20 so they would know. Never mind that you're older than them and just look younger and can do things that would have made their 20 year old selves kill themselves.
>mention my recent physical fitness endeavors
>fat chick immediately goes on the defensive
>over by McNeil / Jollyville in Austin
>literally walk and hike to work through a forest supercomplex, shit is cash (iykyk)
one day my manager announces his retirement and this super obese supposed lesbian woman is going to take over
there are only three of us in the office (manager was remote), so she and I walk around the building for some privacy as I often wont.
>perimeter walk around this small building, inside the parking lot, is probably 1/3 to 1/2 of a lap around a normal track
>we made it about halfway before she was panting
>complaints about her knees begin not long after
>her pace slows significantly (we were limited from the start of course) but we eventually complete a single lap.
>she makes some comment about how I'm racing out there to our other coworker
>she's shuts up into her office for a while
>pretty apparent she's gassed for the day
>think she left early
>randomly got a premier workout of her adult life by walking around the small office building a single time