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13543 No. 13543 [Edit]
Let's say I wanna get buff, what do?

Also, thread for buff neets and neets who wanna get buff.
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>> No. 13545 [Edit]
Convict conditioning.
>> No. 13546 [Edit]
Push-ups, sit-ups, and crunches. Those are doable on the floor, so you don't need any extras to buy or w/e.

Somebody recommended this to me a long time ago on /ot/ and it has actually helped me get a little buff. Well, at least the crunches part.

I might need to start doing them again. I think that I might need the extra strength in case a thief tries to break into the house since a thief broke into the neighbor's house a couple of days ago.
>> No. 13547 [Edit]
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I spent 2 years of my life going to a gym. I worked the night shift at the time so I had nothing else going on in my life.

I'd go 3 or 4 times a week. Cardio, stretching, lifting, increase weights/sets/reps you name it, I've done it.

It sort of backfired on me. I felt good and healthy but I lost weight(already hideously underweight), my pants became too loose, my shits too tight. Not a whole lot of 'buff' development and at the end of the two years it felt like lifting 50lbs boxes of crap never became any easier for me.

The thing that sucked about it was I became constantly hungry. So much so I had to stop because I was spending so much on food.
>> No. 13549 [Edit]
Sit-ups are a drag, and I can't do a lot of push-ups. I like crunches, and I have a stationary bicycle. If I do crunches and cycling, that only leaves out my arms, right? I've been thinking if I should try some manner of weight lifting.

That really sucks. I don't think I'd have the same problem, but I do feel you.
>> No. 13550 [Edit]
>Sit-ups are a drag, and I can't do a lot of push-ups.
That's kind of the point. You get buff by doing them and getting better at them.

Other exercises to try: Pull ups, dead lifts, squats. Dead lifts and Squats are the most important if you want to build muscle mass. Also eat oats.

There's a really good guide on NEET fitness somewhere, I hope someone posts it.
>> No. 13553 [Edit]
Neet fitness guide: Buy barbell, weights, bench and rack. Do Starting Strength. Read the faq.
>> No. 13556 [Edit]
>You get buff by doing them and getting better at them.
Still, it doesn't feel like ~5 push-ups a day will do anything. It doesn't feel like I'll ever be able to do more of them by just doing a few push-ups every day or every other day. I'm probably wrong, but that's just how it feels. I guess I won't know until I do it for a while.

>eat oats
I don't even know if I can get that.

I'll look into what I can get for what money. I wonder what's more affordable between going to gym and buying equipment.

>Read the faq.
What faq?
>> No. 13557 [Edit]
Eating is important to buff self.
>> No. 13558 [Edit]
The /fit/ faq, it's pretty good.
>> No. 13561 [Edit]
Especially because of the night shift I couldn't plan my day around all-you-can-eat buffets.
I'd wake up and eat like 6 eggs 3 cups of oatmeal, and half a loaf of bread with peanut butter. I'd make hamburgers using a whole pound of meat.
Protein shakes, meal bars, everything.
Hell, there was even a time where I was mixing lemons with raw meat.
The constant need for food really got annoying.
>> No. 13569 [Edit]
Solitary Fitness~ by Bronson
>> No. 13588 [Edit]
What would be the point of doing that? Do you have to lift heavy things often?
>> No. 13592 [Edit]
Getting the blood moving could strengthen your joints and bones so you don't get problems with those later on. Exercising feels good with the endorphin rush. And it might be helpful to be able to lift heavy things, yes. Some people paint, some people collect figs, other people like to lift heavy things over and over and become stronger.
>> No. 13594 [Edit]
thats the book by the guy who claims to be a ex-con right?
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>> No. 13604 [Edit]
you mean the ex-con who claims he isnt a criminal

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