Unless you are a powerlifter that competes there are no lifts you have to do. Hope this helps

Unless you are a powerlifter that competes there are no lifts you ”have” to do

Hope this helps

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    besides some form of squat and some form of row, obviously

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      yeah, and some ohp, pull ups, clean and jerks, snatch and deadlifts

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        you dont need clean, jerks or snatches at all. pullups arent needed but are wanted usually (fun and easy), dls is recommended but there are other things you can do and ohp certainly isnt necessary and isnt done by probably half of all lifters
        squats and rows are universal though, even calisthenic people do them

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          yeah, just trolling and listing all my favorite lifts because i ‘need’ them. lol

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      you want to be ugly or what? traps and legs are gross when big.

      The great thing about training is that you can make gains in so many different ways, so you absolutely don't have to do any of those.

      anin gets it. even if you want to be meat golem you dont have to. Dorian didnt squat. Markus Ruhl dont do pull ups. Scooby doesnt bench...

      The majority of powersharters are limp dick liberals.

      unsure about it. porbably 50/50 left/right leaning. powerfats often hate on twinks and people less strong in their lifts. he cant lift x plates lmao blah blah. calosthenic twinks too are split evenly. some are rightoid chud fighers and sone are homosexual limp wristed prettyboys.

      It's usually gays that have been lifting <1 year. I've never seen an actual jacked dude do barbell ohp or weighted chins, it's always some skinnyfat dyel or some balding crossfit looking gay.

      ohp makes you better on ohp. it grows some shoulders but behind neck press and laterals would be better. ohp is mostly serratus and it works delts in shortened position like lying leg curls, triceps kickbacks or slow lateral raises. crap exercise. most of gains in it come from other exercises that actually work delts. even powerfat bench is better front delt exercise than ohp. ohp looks cool and is ego lift. guys got memed and feel inadequate if they dont do one plate for reps.
      >body mass 77.9 ± 1.0 kg; stature 1.68 ± 0.01 m; training seniority 10.6 ± 1.8 years
      >1-RM was 82 (8) kg for front-BMP, 76 (7) kg for back-BMP, 95 (9) kg for front-MSP and 87 (8) for back-MSP.
      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9354811/
      this is how out of touch with reality is 1/2/3/4 for reps as basic level of strength for men.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        ohp does train the stretched position of tge shoulders u gay

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >some form of row
      for warm up maybe, unilaterally with different angles to wam up good

      >some form of squat
      or lunge, just make absolutely sure ur thoracic is extended so that u don't get that nasty ugly butt-wink that is absolutely required with barbell - it turns real squat into moron bend (movement in sacral iliac joint and lower spine)
      pvc overhead is awsome because it keeps yer thoracic extended
      and u want to have good posture while doing squat 😀 or lunge 😀

      otherwise rows are bumfrick moronic, all u gonna get is some trap and lower lats and bicep tendinitis if u insist on barbell and/or big weight
      i did 50 kilos for 20 bent over rows very strict and it ruined my bicep for 2 years, before that i did 70 kilos for 20 albeit less strict, cleaning up form on BAD FRICKING MOVEMENT does frickall 😀

      ditto for barbell squats - borderline moronic, u can't squat with barbell without your knees wanting to clap, u can hold em out but that doesn't change the fact that barbell forces u to sit pelvis back even in highest of highbar and that creates lateral torque on knees
      that is wrong, squat is when u sit pelvis between heels, otherwise it's and moronation

      when they say in squat manuals knees trackin over toes or slightly outside they mean knees do it on their own, u don't need to force them out

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Nah, squats are a great lift, but they're not necessary. I quit them in 2020.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >but they're not necessary.
        ttrue
        >squats are a great lift
        false if u mean barbell of any sort

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There exist "bang for the buck" lifts though...
    For example few things can beat a good hard set of zercher squats, there's just not many stuff you can do that exercises your body like that.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Wrong.
    Bench Press
    Squat
    Deadlift
    OHP
    Weighted pull ups
    Weighted dips

    You have to do them or you might as well not train

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The great thing about training is that you can make gains in so many different ways, so you absolutely don't have to do any of those.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        This isn't true at all

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          agreed, there is only one optimal way to grow muscle - distill perfect isolation for muscle, bring muscle close to failure within this movement/static hold for 30+ seconds straight wherein muscle belly in question is in constant tension

          none of the complicated movements do so, although my pvc pipe overhead squat is perty damn good quad isolation - hips between heels remember 😀
          but no, benching rowing, pulling, squatting, pressing - it's all subpar to godlike isolation for impeccable close to a minute time under tension
          >so how much do ya bench ?
          i don't, i grew out of it, u should also 😀

          >some form of row
          for warm up maybe, unilaterally with different angles to wam up good

          >some form of squat
          or lunge, just make absolutely sure ur thoracic is extended so that u don't get that nasty ugly butt-wink that is absolutely required with barbell - it turns real squat into moron bend (movement in sacral iliac joint and lower spine)
          pvc overhead is awsome because it keeps yer thoracic extended
          and u want to have good posture while doing squat 😀 or lunge 😀

          otherwise rows are bumfrick moronic, all u gonna get is some trap and lower lats and bicep tendinitis if u insist on barbell and/or big weight
          i did 50 kilos for 20 bent over rows very strict and it ruined my bicep for 2 years, before that i did 70 kilos for 20 albeit less strict, cleaning up form on BAD FRICKING MOVEMENT does frickall 😀

          ditto for barbell squats - borderline moronic, u can't squat with barbell without your knees wanting to clap, u can hold em out but that doesn't change the fact that barbell forces u to sit pelvis back even in highest of highbar and that creates lateral torque on knees
          that is wrong, squat is when u sit pelvis between heels, otherwise it's and moronation

          when they say in squat manuals knees trackin over toes or slightly outside they mean knees do it on their own, u don't need to force them out

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The only lift you have to do to be counted as actually lifting weights is the curl.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Post body

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      only dyels post shit like this

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It's usually gays that have been lifting <1 year. I've never seen an actual jacked dude do barbell ohp or weighted chins, it's always some skinnyfat dyel or some balding crossfit looking gay.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >deadlift

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    are women a lift? how do I do women?

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Was having this argument with my limp dick liberal buddy the other day. If you don’t bench, squat , and deadlift You’re a weak homosexual. Simple.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The majority of powersharters are limp dick liberals.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        *raw

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I was in the usmc infantry (inb4 hur dur goyslave, idgaf) and we had 2 powerlifter type dudes in our platoon. Every single PT or hike it would be the skinnyfat dudes who didn’t work out who fell out of the training first, obviously, followed shortly by the powerlifters.
      Picking up pieces of metal in a perfectly calibrated, repetitive motion in a perfectly climates controlled building does not make you a “man” especially since you fatsos can’t even walk up some stairs or do a pull up

      It's usually gays that have been lifting <1 year. I've never seen an actual jacked dude do barbell ohp or weighted chins, it's always some skinnyfat dyel or some balding crossfit looking gay.

      >I can’t do a pull up: the post

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        How did the guys who did calisthenics, some lifting and a lot of rooning/swimming/hiking fare anon?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          We all lifted weights in our free time (0331 machine gunners) but the people who performed best were athletes who actually use their bodies in ways other than solely picking up pieces of metal
          Hiking, running, swimming, calisthenics, lifting and sports are all valuable and important pieces to being a well rounded high performing athlete. If you’re gonna do something like infantry or even up a notch by trying out for SF, you HAVE to train like an actual athlete and use your body in a variety of ways or you will fail

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >USMC Infantry
            Honestly just reading that gives me Goosebumps that title is ice-cold. I have some genuine questions to ask you if you dont mind about your experience:
            1. Why is there a very negative view on joining the armed forces? It usually always comes with the
            >(inb4 hur dur goyslave, idgaf)
            that you mentioned as well, I want to join and have been training for it as well but I would be lying if I said all the shit my family and friends say about how terrible it is scares me not gonna lie.
            2. What was your experience like?
            3. Why didn't you go SF?

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >Why is there a very negative view on joining the armed forces? It usually always comes with the (inb4 hur dur goyslave, idgaf)
              Thats just on here, IRL people are very supportive of it and everyone I meet thinks it’s super cool
              >I want to join and have been training for it as well but I would be lying if I said all the shit my family and friends say about how terrible it is scares me not gonna lie
              If you want to join then join, there were definitely times (especially during my first year of enlistment) that I regretted my decision but that’s just the boot year that sucks. If you enjoy shooting guns, going out into the field for multi week camping trips, living in a giant pseudo frat house with your best friends and doing something that you can be proud of for the rest of your life, then do it.
              >what was your experience like
              Boot camp is a culture shock but after about 2-3 weeks it just seems more like a goofy theatrical hazing than anything
              School of infantry sucks and that’s your first taste of being a “real” marine and not a boot camp marine
              Once you get to the fleet your first few months are going to suck ass as you’ll be getting hazed and getting every shit detail until you go on your first deployment
              Once you pick up corporal and get some seniority it’s actually not a bad time and it’s very rewarding being a squad leader
              >why didn’t you go SF
              I didn’t want to make a career out of the military and tbh I probably would have washed out, I’m bad at swimming and don’t like rucking

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    sexo

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Those are some pretty big breasts for that level of leanness, she should gain weight.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Deadlifts are overrated and will frick your back long-term. Never doing them and I don't care what anyone thinks about that

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Lanklets can’t deadlift.
      You’re too fricking long.

      Tallness evolved either as a means of scaring predators or having a more efficient metabolism, or a mix of both. It is only* counterproductive for strength.
      5’8” is the ideal warrior height. Bronze Age nobility was about this tall. And not bc of malnutrition.

      >inb4 cope
      Technically the strongest people are taller, but not the strongest per lb, proportionally. And these giants’ entire lives are dedicated to fricking eating.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    you don't have to do specific lifts, but you have to do specific movement patterns, which include horizontal press, leg extension and hip hinge.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Thinly veiled powerlifter propaganda
      I can tell you’re a fatass because you didn’t mention any sort of cardio or any sort of vertical pull

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >didn’t mention any sort of cardio or any sort of vertical pull
        >lifts
        >cardio
        >which INCLUDE <movement patterns in powerlifting competitions as metioned in the OP>
        learn to read, ESL moron

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Imagine being an esl from India and calling a white American an esl

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >American
            >white
            lmao. I doubt even Americans are that illiterate, though, so India is most likely a projection.

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