Started lifting in January 10th. Is this decent progress for two months? 1.80m, 92kg btw. Posted on March 1, 2023 by Anonymous Started lifting in January 10th. Is this decent progress for two months? 1.80m, 92kg btw.
Oh, I get it. You guys think I'm joking or memeing.
This is my real progress. I thought it was unimpressive because I always hear of better stories. I worked on a farm my whole life so I have above average grip strength but that's about it.
You are just fat
started 2 weeks ago, current progress
what do you guys think? my diet is kinda shit so i probably couldve done more...
2.05m, 65kg btw.
>pendlay row heavier than deadlift
>he doesnt rowmaxx
those are perfectly reasonable 1RM numbers you dyel retards. 125 1rm translates to about 100 for 5.
if you cant 2pl8 squat for 5 after 2 months of lifting, you're doing something wrong
good progress OP, keep it up
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i'd heem the fuck out of you kid, dont ever (You) me again
i would bet my left nut you can't do any of those 1 rep maxes
>retards dont understand how 1rm calculation works on symmetric strength
so, the pull up is the new exercise to e stat on these days ? back in the day it was the pendlay row where everyone was pulling 100+ kg after few months, now it is "i just started lifting doing pull ups with 25kg added" lol
That's how SS calculated my 1RM.
My standard lifts are
>8 Pull-ups @ 92kg
I dont believe the pullups whatsoever but yeah, everything looks about right for nearing 2months of noobgains
Keep it up op, just stop counting assisted pullups as standards
I'm doing full ROM. My grip strength is pretty good.
But still, keep it up
Do those absolute numbers even matter? I mean, it depends a lot on where he started, right? If he started off with farm strength, it's not comparable to someone with a sedentary lifestyle. Isn't progress per [timeframe] more meaningful?
Adding my numbers for comparison:
Started lifting at 31yo. Completely sedentary lifestyle until now.
In the first few weeks I did only 2 workouts per week due to DOMS.
First workout January 16th / January 19th (all in kg):
assisted chin-ups: -49x7
Last workout February 26th / February 28th
assisted chin-ups: -42x8
forgot current OHP: 32.5x4
no you didn't shut up demoralisation gay
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guess im doing ok
I fail to see what about those numbers is hard to believe or how a guy who just started lifting lifting less weight than you is demotivational.
ask me how I know you fell for le maingain meme
you honestly should feel a little demoralized for your oen good, because if those numbers after a few months is jard to believe to you, you are going about lifting like a total fucking retard, and instead of stubbornly continuing to do retarded shit you should start doing stuff that works.
for what I can weigh in here I also started training mid january and I have about the same stats other than that I can OHP more than lmao 50kg and I'm a few inches taller
though the fact is that I used to lift quite a bit some 7+ years ago and my lifts aren't close to my previous maxes yet (80x5, 110x5, 140x5, 180x5) but for someone who I assume has never gone to the gym before your lifts are very impressive
I wonder if I stopped eating and lifting entirely to lose weight if my score would go up or down