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No.28737690 ViewReplyOriginalReport
guys is 4chan kill?
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No.23837287 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Anyone else inspired to try Oddlifting after watching Paul Bocian's cheat curl videos?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7cwMyQf9j8

Here are the rules:
-120 pound dumbbell minimum
-One arm cheat curling, other arm holding on to a stationary object
-No straps
-No chalk
-No belt
-Wrist turned fully inward
-Final Destination

To earn a Junior Shield (first level of Oddlifting) you need to be able to cheat curl 12 total reps (split between both arms however you want) with 100 lb dumbbells.
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No.28573937 ViewReplyOriginalReport
I need a cheap-er barbell/bumper plates that will solidly last a few years (and won't go over 400lbs). I'll be going off to college next year and my pops will be using it for sometime after I'm gone, but he's 50 so he's not going very heavy anyways (probably only do bench and squat). Any deals?
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No.28563086 ViewReplyOriginalReport
How do I fix this, /fit/?
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/owg/ - Olympic Weightlifting General

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/OWG/
Olympic Weightlifting General

A thread for the discussion of Olympic weightlifting and all things related. Keep the insults and shitposting to a minimum.

>If you are new to weightlifting please read these first and check the other sources they link to before asking questions:
http://pastebin.com/1HgVcGam
http://pastebin.com/wCXeXfkk
http://www.chinfl.blogspot co.uk/2013/07/how-into-weightlifting.html
http://www.reddit.com/r/weightlifting/wiki/faq
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/mjgz5nmcikhhvnu/28iq3URWUW

>The information that you are looking for is probably in the above links.
That includes routines, shoes, information on the lifts, etc. Check out the pastebins for literature or the reddit faq for general information.

Included in this youtube playlist are videos related to weightlifting which you may find useful or insightful:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl3WCm2GfvLxvH877oJ1xEA/playlists

>strong ass super-manlet edition
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No.28538077 ViewReplyOriginalReport
those who lift & work manual labor, do schedule a day off so youre not working or lifting once a week?
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No.24345569 ViewReplyOriginalReport
hey guys, checkout my idea for a company:

A clothing brand that’ll specialize in making American related clothing, and will be sold throughout the world, in its own stores as well as typical general stores.

People buy American related clothing, but not from a widely known single name brand, you know. So I believe that's something that hasn't been explored yet.

The brand will design clothing for every demographic on the planet, as well as create its own innovative styles of fashion. The brand’s ultimate goal is to sell more products outside USA than in its own country.


One of my worries is longevity. You know, it very well could be a thing that'll last for about 10 years or so and fade away.
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No.28506386 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
fucking help me /fit/

how do i get over the psychological barrier about getting fat when bulking?

pic related is me. im still too chunky for my liking but ive lost about 25lb to escape fatass fat mode.

im lifting heavy while trying to bulk but cant progress on my lifts. obviously im not eating enough.

because im so nervous about becoming obese again im terrified of bulking hard, by trying to slow bulk i always fail to increase my lifts.

what the fuck do i do?
should i give up on bulking?

im one week into my bulk and already feel like a fat fuck.
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No.23160702 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Im requesting the TYVD and vitamin avenger pic
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No.28487905 ViewReplyOriginalReport
>you need to build a strength base first