Most brutal workout programs

Show me them, I don't care if they're good or bad I just want to suffer.

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    100 pushups, 100 situps, 100 bodyweight squats, 10km

    every day, no AC, three meals daily

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    This is a calisthenics routine I did for a few months back when I was in the best shape of my life (start of 2019). Just loop the 3 days over and over. Or I guess you could make the 7th day of each week a rest day, to help recovery.

    "Ab Day"
    >12 mile run
    >4000 sit ups
    >8000 reverse crunches
    >25x2 minute elbow plank
    >10x2 minute each side plank
    >850 hanging leg raises
    >4x failure push up planks

    "Chest & Back Day"
    >16 mile run
    >1500 standard push ups
    >1000 close grip push ups
    >1000 wide grip push ups
    >600 pull ups
    >600 chin ups
    >1400 bench dips
    >1x failure handstand push ups

    "Leg Day"
    >12 mile run
    >150 bodyweight squats
    >650 jumping lunges on each leg
    >500 box jumps
    >400 tuck jumps
    >300 step ups each leg

    The way the reps got broken up (ie into sets, to failure over and over until you finish, supersets, whatever) didn't matter. Those numbers just needed to be reached.
    Except the running. That had to get done in one go

    Unreasonable time investment for anyone who isn't a NEET tho.

    The Leg day is less intense than the others so that I could actually run.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What the fuck how many hours did this take

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Too goddamn many. Like 8+ on the non-leg days. I kept a pace of around 7:00 to a mile, so the running would eat up just shy of an hour and a a half if I was running 12, or just over an hour and 50 minutes for 16.
        Training effectively becomes your day job. If memory serves the Ab Day was the longest, somewhere around 13 hours.
        Taxing stuff. Takes some real grit to punish yourself like that.
        If only I still had that kind of mental strength...I only lift for 2-hour sessions max these days, not enough to outwork my subhuman-tier diet.
        I suppose if there's any NEETs out there who really, really hate themselves...go nuts.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Post body

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I told you, I eat like crap, and train like crap now. But here ya go.
            >What about a pic from then?
            Intentionally didn't take pics. Reviled the way I looked, for some unfathomable reason.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              https://i.imgur.com/l8utHDc.gif

              Too goddamn many. Like 8+ on the non-leg days. I kept a pace of around 7:00 to a mile, so the running would eat up just shy of an hour and a a half if I was running 12, or just over an hour and 50 minutes for 16.
              Training effectively becomes your day job. If memory serves the Ab Day was the longest, somewhere around 13 hours.
              Taxing stuff. Takes some real grit to punish yourself like that.
              If only I still had that kind of mental strength...I only lift for 2-hour sessions max these days, not enough to outwork my subhuman-tier diet.
              I suppose if there's any NEETs out there who really, really hate themselves...go nuts.

              Anon, I admire your dedication to the routine and honestly, if you really did it the way you said, it's amazing you managed it. I couldn't have. But I also have to ask - why?.. Even if you are a NEET, you have to realize that the body you posted isn't in both a flattering pose nor is very fit, you maybe have some ab definition going there. Why would you eat like crap if you put yourself through that? It'd also help to know how you looked when you started out, since if you went from being an obese hambeast to this, then my previous comment is revoked obviously.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              you look like you've never lifted a day in your , not to mention doing 3500 pushups in a single day, doing 4000 situpts in a single day, etc. for weeks on end.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    what makes me suffer more than any workout is cajun venison jerky, qdoba, 12 hard boiled eggs, and a shitload of beer. I've never experienced messier, asshole burning, longer lasting all day nastier poops than that day

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Stare at a wall without your phone, music or other entertainement for 1h/day.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      So true

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    pull ups x failure
    push ups x failure
    dips x failure
    chin ups x failure
    squats x failure
    lunges x failure
    back extensions x failure
    10 minute back bridge
    10 minute ab bridge
    10 km run
    make sure it's actual failure, no conceivable or unconceivable way you can get another rep in

    do this twice a day

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    My old high-volume leg days were pretty brutal -
    >Squat doubles to 80% of my max, usually about 5-6 sets to warm up
    >5x5 squats once warmed up @ 85% of my max
    >Front squat triples working to max triple, usually 4-5 sets to get there
    >leg press with toes as low on the press plate as possible, 4x10 with a light weight (usually 3-4 plates per side max) but every rep had a 10-15 second negative before pressing it out
    >Seated hamstring curls 4x10 superset with 4 sets of 45 degree back extensions, using glutes only and no lower back to complete each rep
    >4 sets of leg extensions to finish, using light weight, but every set started with a 15-20 second hold at the top, 10-15 second negative, then 10-20 reps for however many I could bang out until failure
    That shit left me absolutely drained for 2 full days afterward and limping around a lot.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hear Deepwater is really hard. 10x10 squats and deadlifts plus a whole program on top of that.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just go on a PPLPPLx with 20 sets per muscle group per session and add some cardio after, both LISS and HIIT

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Super Squats

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Unironically P90X double sessions. Balk all you want. It's true.

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    run smolov but for the big four simultaneously

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    For a squat session:
    Do your warmup however you do and work you way up to a 5x5 routine for the day. I currently go with 315 on this so I'll pretend you do to. Go through with the 5x5 sets and add weight if you think you can manage while still hitting 5 reps. The last and 5th set has to be till failure so minimum 6 reps.
    Once that is done drop the weight to 275 and go for a set of 10. The drop to 225 and shoot for 15. The drop to just a plate and pump out 3 sets of 25.
    After that just go through with the workout. This will get your legs pumped and burning.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    suprsie DoggCrapp or any HIT like blood and guts program has not been posted

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I used to do this when I was training for Muay Thai, it was basically a cardio circuit that I could do every 2 days between trainings that helped with endurance etc.

    Exercises: 5
    Rounds: 5
    Rest between exercises: 20 seconds
    Time spent working: 40-50 seconds
    Rest between rounds: 1 minute
    Alternate between 2 different exercise for each exercise in different rounds, example below.

    Exercise 1: Squat Jumps or Mountain Climbers

    Exercise 2: Push ups or Plank To Push-up Position

    Exercise 3: Kettlebell Shoulder Press or 1 Arm Kettlebell Swing

    Exercise 4: Standing High Knees or Burpees

    Exercise 5: Ab Walkouts or Plank Position

    So you basically want to do 2 of each exercise by the time you’re done.
    The exercises themselves aren’t actually that hard, but it’s the compounding in short bursts with little rest that builds up the acid & contracts the muscles tighter and at the end I’d always be completely fucked.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Supersquats. Most powerlifter shit just takes ages to get through but the workout is actually easy. 12x3 squats 2-4x a week isn't hard it's just boring and will snap your shit. 1x20 squats 3x a week is almost suicide.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just imitate Goggins. You will literally fuck up every part of your body with no chance of recovery. Done.
    /thread

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    4 sets of 1 hour plank no music or podcasts for ultrahard more

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