So the groundwork. I'm your stereotypical fat worthless slob and I guess I'm tired of it.

So the groundwork. I'm your stereotypical fat worthless slob and I guess I'm tired of it. I'm a 30 year old loser who has sat on his ass for the majority of his life. I've got basically no endurance or strength. I want to start turning this around. I'm not getting any younger and I need to consider my health. I need tips and help on exercises. Beginner stuff. I have no access to a gym or equipment, I don't want to get into my life story, but to keep it simple these things are simply out of my reach and will likely remain so for awhile yet. So I need workouts I can do without such things. Also where I live there are no sidewalks or anything so I can't even go for a run without the very real chance of getting hit by a car. People die on my road from such things relatively often. So I got the inside of my house and the area outside it to work with. I don't really care about being some thin handsome muscular Chad, I just want a place to start and this is it. I need to work on exercises and my cardio. I want to try to turn my health and habits around before it's too late. I'll worry about diets and so on at a different time. For now I just need to start somewhere and this is it

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  1. 2 weeks ago

    Stopped reading here. Too fricking late. The damage is done and your prime is behind you

    • 2 weeks ago

      If you have a shit life until 30 then you are so mentally moronic that you don't deserve any success anyway

  2. 2 weeks ago

    strongmen pick things up like on the right
    i think normies just never learn to brace their core and go to snap city because of it?

    • 2 weeks ago

      and if you always avoid lifting things like this you will snap your shit up
      if you regularly and progressively lift like this with a braced core you become much more resilient and immune to injury

  3. 2 weeks ago

    Good news, by eating better food at home and less of it, you might have enough spare cash in a month for gym and travel. It's never too late to make it, frick the crabs and ageshills. Don't overcomplicate it at the start, you'll just train yourself to hate the process.

    1. No more impulse fast food. 90% of your food is now made at home. You can still eat with friends and be social, just don't be a fat pig about it

    2. Food isn't a reward. You didn't "do so well ill just treat myself". Just like an alcoholic has to stop drinking to cope with emotions, you now only eat to gain nutrition.

    3. Walk more. Jog if you can, but walking your jiggly ass around the neighborhood will burn more calories than lifting. It's good for body and mind. You will end up loving them.

    4. Set a goal. I don't mean a weight number. I mean something that means a lot to you but your weight makes you feel like you'll never experience it. For me it was the rides at a nostalgic theme park. Always remember that this thing means more to you than a few seconds of dopamine that food gives you.

    Start there and you can get more advanced if you can go a whole month without inhaling an xl pizza the first time you get sad. Oh boo hoo, you're so hungry because you only had 6000 calories of goyslop and missed your cornblaster syrup deluxe grande xxxl coffee. Odds are you won't make it. You'll see this and decide hard work isn't for you. You'll realize you only wanted a quick fix, not a lifestyle change. But I hope you do. I hope you can make it through the first month and still want to continue. Even when water weight loss stops and you feel tired and hungry all the time, I hope you cling to your goals that much tighter. The goal is worth it. Are you worth it?

    • 2 weeks ago

      Amazing post despite the furry shit

  4. 2 weeks ago

    I lift paused 220kg DL with a paused at knee decent. I don’t care about how I lift tiny boxes.

  5. 2 weeks ago

    i started running by jogging in place in a school dorm.
    you can do bodyweight squats at home. fill a backpack with books or hold a gallon jug to make it harder.
    you can do push-ups on the floor. put your feet on a chair to make it more difficult when you can rep out push-ups easily.
    you can do pike presses on the floor.
    you can curl a gallon jug.
    you can shoulder press anything you can hold.

  6. 2 weeks ago

    The chad deadlifter
    The virgin deepsquatter

    • 2 weeks ago

      He's essentially doing a Zercher. Glassbacks will sneed.

  7. 2 weeks ago

    >Don't worry guys it’s a ROMANIAN deadl-ACK!

  8. 2 weeks ago

    1. Do volume training, ie. at least 3 sets of 10 with a bro split (different body part every day for 5 days a week) and tons of exercises
    Reason: You'll be in motion for 1 hour or more every day, which elegantly takes care of your low intensity cardio without you having to risk life and limb on your 3rd world streets
    2. Since you're a fatass, bodyweight exercises are bad for you. You would have to lift too much weight as a deconditioned beginner. Since weights are too expensive for you, get rubber bands. They're cheaper than dumbbells or kettlebells, don't take much space and are comparable to weights and machines for beginners.
    3. As for diet, just eat as much protein as you can. This means meat. If you're some shitskin with moral or religious hang-ups about this, tough luck, do it anyway. Either eat meat or stay fat. Your choice.
    The reason is that other sources of protein are total memes, they don't actually have that much protein (legumes) or can't possibly be eaten in the amount you need (hard cheeses).

  9. 2 weeks ago

    Is there anywhere other than the road where you can walk?

  10. 2 weeks ago

    Op here, thanks. I started this morning when I got out of bed. Started with some water to hydrate, did a few stretches and got to it. Unfortunately my endurance is god awful so no way I can do a full 30-40 minutes. I barely made it to 5 minutes. So I plan on sprinkle 5 minute workouts through my entire day. Thankfully I don't eat a lot of fast food, almost entirely home cooked because it's cheaper frankly. Plus I do not get out much so I don't have much access to fast food to begin with. I quit soda for water several years ago so also good there. Again cheaper to just drink from the tap then buy soda. I basically do low intensity workouts, the kind of shit elderly and physical rehab patients do to start building up some form of strength and endurance. Before I can start working on more intense things. Plan on saving a couple gallon milk jugs that eventually end up using in cooking anyway. Clean them out good. Fill them with water and use them as makeshift dumbells. I got a long road ahead of me. But I got to start somewhere and this is as good of a start as any.

  11. 2 weeks ago

    I've never gotten the "lift with your back" thing. My body can't seem to do it. I think it's because I have scoliosis.

  12. 2 weeks ago

    Your backbone is the strongest muscle in your body, so you should lift like chad in op's image.

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