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Hey /fit/, so I've been lifting for roughly a year now, haven't made any amazing progress but enough to be a bit happy with myself. (Went from 130 to 170ish, bf is kinda high because I stress eat. I'm currently started doing PPL + HIIT, 5-6 times a week).

But I've been thinking a lot lately about calisthenics and it does have it's appeal when it comes to endurance, body strength, you don't have to eat as much, and the fact you can do most of it at home. The only downside is you can't get much bigger after hitting a certain level.

So I was hoping for stories from people who have tried both, their experiences, and what they currently do now. Feel free to post current body for reference.
Not much to add to this about progress and stuff, but some bodyweight exercises certainly teach you the next level of stability and of full body tension you may not get from anywhere else. Another thing is that any weight you may gain makes you objectively stronger even if you only maintain your strength level.

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If zyzz was still around what would he think of modern 4chan?

Would he be on board with the whole MAGA thing this site got swept up in?
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>He's a dead idiot who killed himself with steroids
this is coming out of the mouth of someone on /fit/
Zyzz did a little more than just abusing steroids, you have no idea how inspirational he was for /b/tard, and he lived the dream, even if it was only for a short time it's better than staying alive but being trash
imagine enjoying more being alive but having cardiac arrest and having to move around on a fucking scooter than having a shorter lifespan but being able to travel all around the world, do what you loved while being in a incredible body and inspiring people
spoiled people took over all the internet
If he was alive he wouldn't even be 1/1,000,000th as popular has he became after death.
Probably would have become another fagot youtube fitness personality
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Oh, yeah. Caring about the state of your country is real cringeworthy. Fuck off, retard.

Is making it essentially becoming a top 10% male?

Is Connor Murphy mode the minimum requirement?
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They aren't generating as much primal attraction
Can someone explain how to interpret the bottom graph? Either I'm a brainlet, it's poorly explained, or both
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>becoming a top 10% male
Y axis is male attractiveness. X axis is female attractiveness. The color where they meet determines if there's a female or male advantage. For example a man in the 80% percentile and a woman in the 40% percentile match up in the pink zone, so the female has the advantage in the interaction.
Oh, that makes sense, I wasn't reading it as percentile

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>10x3 with 1 minute between sets

will this make me huge?

is it a bad sign if you can do as many pushups as you can do pullups?... like 15?
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depends on the form
>tfw can do 5x12dips
>tfw can barely do 3x3 forearm push ups
No /lit/ people are scrawny little cunts which is an advantage for pullups but a disadvantage for pushups
No, scrawny people don't have to lift as much in either case. Bodyweight exercises favor the skeleton
either you lack proper technique for the push-ups or your dips are whack
i'd expect a balanced ratio to be ~100 push ups
bodyweight triceps isolation always feels like murder on my elbows

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Gym Rats:
- highly strung, self-concious individuals
- afraid to talk to or scare off women
- socially awkward dudes lifting heavy things and putting them back down for the purpose of getting larger
- big weird body

- relaxed, non-self concious individuals
- surrounded by women
- ocean demigods ordained by poseidon, connected to nature, ride waves for the purpose of fun
- body of an adonis

what the fuck is wrong with you /fit/ ?
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Mostly meme answers so I will answer seriously. As someone who has surfed for more than ten years in different countries and having friends who have professionally surfed, we tend to avoid the stereotype surfers, especially the 40s mid life crisis people who just buy into the image. When you are on the lineup you can tell who is an asshole if they try and drop in on your wave.

tl;dr: surfing is fun but like >>44372269 said if you make it your whole personality (same with gym) you can be very one dimensional. The character with glasses sums up everything I hate about surf/hippy culture in the video.

>he's so dumb he thinks EVERYONE lives on the beach
Typical surfer, doesn't even have two working brain cells to rub together..
>what is projection fallacy

OP is a faggot
The stereotypical surfers are some of the biggest hippie homeless faggots you could ever meet

the only manly water sport is free diving
>lose control over your body for even 1 second

prove me wrong

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How to make it work? I'm 6'5'', around 210lbs.
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You do know you can lift weights and do calisthenics right?
>doing cali-whateverthefuck
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I spent 2 years playing WoW 12-15 hours a day when WotLK came out and I got to the point where I almost died.
But my legs still looked better then pic related. Who the fuck is this faggot ?

OHP on arm day or back day?
I have three days btw arm day, back day and leg/core day.
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Mods please help
I can't tolerate this on my beautiful board
Mods please purge this sinful picture
Back day then, if your gonna stick to your 3 day spaghetti routine
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me neither tb h
>3 day spaghetti routine
why do you say that? Is it good or bad?

What’s your opinion
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I use it (Charge 2 here). I like the layout and the data visualization, as well as the calorie tracking. As for calorie burn and accuracy, the website states it has a margin of error of +/-15%, so I never use it to factor into meal planning. Instead, I use it to track the intensity of similar workouts... Like if it says I did 600 calories on back/bis day this week, but last week it said I did 700, I know I didn't go as hard this week.
Can someone tell me if this works with other bands? I want to use this:
Would that work?
I don't think you can sync your non-Fitbit band to a Fitbit dashboard. The interface doesn't give you the option to add it. See pic related. It has the whole list, but no third-party options. You could try to go down the API route and see if you can use their SDK, but I'm not that savvy. If it isn't supported natively, I don't fuck with it.
That seems nifty as fuck, I'm tempted.
>What’s your opinion
Just another tracking and surveillance device, you dumb cuck. Throw it away.

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On average, how long would it take for an inch in circumference?
who's the cunt?

What does it take to get a gril like this
less than two months
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Start a nu metal band, the neck gains are fucking awesome
>neck related

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specially if they get caught/embarassed

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Did anyone grow taller after 18?
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time to get your manlet badge anon.
I.. you can have my spare.
my little brother is 16, he started lifting a week ago. I don't want him to be a manlet. should he stop lifting just to be safe?
183 at 18
You gave me hope friends
177cm 17. GROW GROW GROW
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I-im 5'7 at 20 i can still make it to 5'8 like the rest of my family r-right guys?

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Excellent Source of Potassium:

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Wake up pop a sweet potato in the oven and start dicing up red onion garlic and ham for my 6 egg omelette. Pop on the ole sudanese star gazing symposium of shenanigans and find this.

Glad to know I have been and continue to be ahead of the game. Come and I will pat a son hurrrrrrrrrrr~

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you can cook potatoes and sweet potatoes in the microwave, dummy.
so tasty and so easy to prepare. fuck yeah
>Wake up pop a sweet potato in the oven
How many degrees Celsius and for how long?

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Ask someone who hasn't eatin in 15 days anything.
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Iv always wanted to fish there, I'm around the saint cloud area. I'm jealous.

You described the feeling perfectly.

Thanks. I don't work out really, nor do I know my bf%, but if I had to guess it was 25%+

No, but I definitly should on a water fast.
Thanks for the warning. I'm watching my body very carefully and have a planned out diet to come off the fast. I'm confident I'll be fine.
Day 2 with snake juice + coffee i get tingling pains in heart area. Really want to try again. Did you have anything similar happen? 2lbs/ day is solid.
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heart palpitations my dude, scare me so much, feel like I'm about to die aha
Nothing similar, sorry to hear that. it might have to do with you choice of drink. I'm only drinking water.

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I fell asleep at 5pm fit and now it's 2:36 am, send help. Do i walk to the gym as soon as dawn breaks or should I just wait for the night?

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