Any buff guys with six pack abs here wanna share your advice? No drugs
How to Get Ripped quickly?
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|by Anonymous||reply 1||02/19/2017|
A lot of skinny guys are not ripped. In fact, most are not
|by Anonymous||reply 2||02/19/2017|
You can't get muscular quickly.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||02/19/2017|
No, but you see gains quickly when you first start working out and eating accordingly
|by Anonymous||reply 4||02/19/2017|
fart a lot
|by Anonymous||reply 5||02/19/2017|
Semen injections administered anally three times a day.
|by Anonymous||reply 6||02/19/2017|
|by Anonymous||reply 7||02/19/2017|
Deny yourself. Everything good.
|by Anonymous||reply 8||02/19/2017|
There's really no way to get muscular or ripped quickly without steroids, Sure diet matters but it's the needle that does the trick. Just ask any young and beautiful Hollywood actor.
|by Anonymous||reply 9||02/19/2017|
R9, stop it. There are many ripped guys who are natural
|by Anonymous||reply 10||02/19/2017|
I'd like to know too. Hundred of crunches and situps, cutting carbs, weigt training and I still have a gut.
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|by Anonymous||reply 12||02/19/2017|
Wear smaller shorts to the gym.
|by Anonymous||reply 13||02/19/2017|
Resistance training is more important and far more effective than cardio for fat loss, and is an essential part of your training program. There are eight essential exercises that everyone should include in their resistance training program. There are eight exercises that everyone should include in their resistance training program:
Squat Deadlift Power Clean Bench Press Reverse Bent Over Row Pull-Ups Military Press Dips
|by Anonymous||reply 14||02/19/2017|
How To Get Ripped What It Takes To Really Get Ripped t Jeff Bayer Share Tweet 690 SHARES 1
2 Page 1 of 2 For most guys in the gym, figuring out how to get ripped is a priority. Some just want to be "big," but they make up a very small group of the population. Most men want more: They want to not only be big, but also be lean enough that all of their muscle definition is visible. After all, for most of you, part of the reason for going to the gym is to help you look better. Learning how to get ripped will certainly accomplish that. But what does it take to get ripped? A proper diet? A specific exercise program? Or is there a supplement that holds the key to making the biggest difference? It takes time to get ripped. Unfortunately, it isn’t an overnight phenomenon and it will take a considerable amount of hard work, but if you approach this work smartly it’ll take far less time to get ripped than if you don't.
HEALTH What are some good single guy meals? Answer Now > Those who don't train with productive methods end up spending more time in the gym, but they see less drastic results. Be sure you keep the following in mind when you want to get ripped so you don’t become a part of that particular group of individuals.
Diet Potentially, the single most important factor in your quest to get ripped will be your diet. Getting lean is about 70% dietary effort, 20% proper workout programming technique, 5% psychological (because, let’s face it, temptation is around every corner), and 5% sheer determination. That said, don’t fall into the trap of thinking there is one single diet that is going to get you results. There are a number of very good diet setups out there that you can most definitely follow to achieve your goals.
Be certain that you are consuming fewer calories than you need to maintain your weight. Fat loss is really just a simple mathematical equation; it considers the compounding factors of where calories come from, times when your meals are being eaten, and so on. These are all personal preferences that help to determine whether or not you're able to stick with the diet in question.
If you don’t stick with the diet you aren’t losing fat, are you? So, whatever diet is going to be most comfortable for you, while still allowing you to eat hypo-calorically, is the one you should be following to get ripped.
The one exception would be protein intake, as you should be consuming a minimum of one gram per pound of body mass in order to prevent muscle loss. Losing weight is of no use if you aren’t losing fat weight. That’s the critical factor that will determine whether you end up looking like a smaller version of your current self at the end of the diet or a version that is leaner and appears more muscular.
Rather than giving you specific foods to eat, shoot for a calorie intake of between 10 and 12 multiplied by your body weight. This is a fairly good approximation of the calories you should be consuming for weight loss, along with one gram of protein per pound of body weight.
After that, aim for 15% of those remaining calories for fat (or higher, whatever your preference) and fill in the rest with carbs.
It should be clear, if you’ve ever tried dieting before, that certain foods will help satisfy your appetite better and keep your blood sugar levels under control (thus, preventing rebound hunger), so the more you can incorporate these types of foods the better the chances you’ll have when you try to get ripped.
Remember to take in some protein and carbohydrates around your workout period, for both muscle glycogen replenishment and to help give you the energy you need to get through the workouts in the first place.
We have a few more tips to help you get ripped...
|by Anonymous||reply 15||02/19/2017|
Press dips will destroy your rotator cuffs. Do not do them. I know 5 people at my gym who had to have surgery because of that.
|by Anonymous||reply 16||02/19/2017|
Use the stopwatch on your phone to keep track of planking throughout the day. Aim for 15-20 minutes total, it can be in 1-2 minute spurts throughout the day. Do 90 seconds when you get out of bed, go eat, do another 90 seconds, do 2 minutes when you get out of the shower and you've already done 5 minutes for the day. You will be shocked at the results in 1 month.
|by Anonymous||reply 17||02/19/2017|
Six packs are so 80s and try-hard over. I mean really big time OVAH. The only people who still pine for them are a few gay men struggling with self esteem issues. Normal bodies are in.
|by Anonymous||reply 18||02/19/2017|
R18 is one of the most socially and culturally oblivious persons who will ever meet. They have never been on Instagram or looked at men's fitness magazines
|by Anonymous||reply 19||02/19/2017|
No, it's you who is culturally oblivious. Of course Fitness magazines are going to sell their shtick, and some roid monkeys on Instagram are going to seek justification through selfies. But out on the streets, in the real world, the beau idéal for men in bodies has long moved on to the hipster body and beyond.
|by Anonymous||reply 20||02/19/2017|
Countless Non celebrity Guys with bland hipster bods DONT have hundreds of thousands of people following them drooling and commenting over their every shirtless pic. Hollywood today Expects its young leading men to be ripped, and media have noted an epidemic of men trying to get the ideal Thor or Captain America physique
|by Anonymous||reply 21||02/19/2017|
Do you want a body like a Marvel superhero? Be prepared to eat—a lot.
In a recent interview with BuzzFeed , Chris Hemsworth’s stunt double, Bobby Holland Hanton, told the outlet that he has to eat 35 times a day to get “anywhere near [Hemsworth’s] size.” Henton, who claims that he also worked out twice a day to stay in superhero shape, previously told Muscle and Fitness  that his high-protein diet (which consisted of turkey, chicken, nuts, eggs and spinach) was a massive impediment to having a healthy social life: “It made me kind of unsociable in a way because you can’t go out with friends or family because you’re picking what you can and can’t [eat] in the menu. … It was a big challenge for me.”
Hanton’s interview illustrates the extreme pressures that men face to be as fit and as big as humanly possible. Following the success of “The Avengers,” and most recently “Captain America: Civil War,” a number of workout and diet regimens promise to help men look like Thor, Hawkeye and the Captain (in as little as six weeks!). These routines have become so widespread that as Muscle and Fitness reports, they are arguably more popular than the actors who popularized them: “The physique he built has made ‘Chris Hemsworth Workout’ the top search suggestion when you punch the actor’s name into Google.”
There are several  different  Marvel-themed programs that will help men seeking maximum muscularity achieve their fitness goals, many of which are prohibitively expensive. If the USDA estimated in 2016 that the average adult male aged 19-50 spends around $69.80 every week on food, that’s based on the expectation that these men eat around three meals a day—with perhaps a snack in between. Hanton eats 10 times that amount, meaning that a fitness enthusiast hoping to keep pace with his diet would spend $698 a week to do so. That comes out to $36,000 a year. That’s not even adding in the costs of paid programs like CrossFit, which commonly set members back around $200 each month.
In addition to the cost, there are a number of dangers to the Marvel plan. The first is overexertion: As Time  reported in February of last year, working out too much can actually be just as harmful for one’s health as working out too little. Researchers in Denmark found that “people who push their bodies too hard may essentially undo the benefit of exercise.” In the case of Gerard Butler, the famously grueling workout he was subjected to for “300” stopped him from exercising at all after the movie wrapped; he quit working out for a year. In a 2007 interview with Film Monthly , the Scottish actor claimed that he would never make the choice to put his body through that again.
Extreme fitness programs can be dangerous in a variety of ways: They are bad for your body , decrease life expectancy , and are associated with a high rate of injury. As fitness instructor Erin Simmons argued in a 2014 article on CrossFit , crash exercising can be a gift to doctors because it “means job security for medical professionals.” Simmons spoke with a number of “strength and conditioning coaches” about the rise of regimes like CrossFit and “not a single one of them” would recommend it. She continues, “These same athletic trainers warn every single athlete against CrossFit and tell them the health risks of being involved in it.”
With the extreme risks and financial burden associated with looking like Steve Rogers, it’s worth asking: Is this emphasis on getting big at all costs making us any happier? In 2015, a BBC  report noted that “bigorexia” (more accurately known as “muscle dysphoria”) is on the rise in young men. Rob Willson, who serves as the president of the Body Dysmorphic Disorder Foundation, told the BBC: “We know about 10 percent of men in the gym may have muscle dysmorphia.” Dr. Michele Kerulis of Adler School of Professional Psychology told The Daily Mail  that rate may be even higher: She claimed as many as 45 percent of frequent male gym goers male suffer from disordered body image.
|by Anonymous||reply 22||02/20/2017|
That estimate seems very high, but it’s impossible to ignore the fact that male body standards have changed dramatically since Superman looked like George Reeves, rather than a human action figure. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to build muscle mass or be fit, but it’s worth remembering that there’s a reason Chris Hemsworth has the ability to look like a Norse God: He’s paid to. He has the luxury to spend absurdly long hours in the gym because it is his job. For the rest of us, attempting to live our lives by those same standards isn’t just impossible. It might be killing us.
Nico Lang is a contributor to the L.A. Times and Huffington Post. He is the author of the novel, "The Young People Who Traverse Dimensions While Wearing Sunglasses" (Thought Catalog, 2013)
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OKLAHOMA CITY (KOKH) — It seems men are more unhappy with the way they look than at any time before. Their quest for the so-called perfect shape is fueling a new disorder called "bigorexia." The formal name is muscle dysmorphia. It's like anorexia, but in reverse. Experts, including right here in Oklahoma, are sounding the alarm.
No matter how much weight they lift, how much fat they lose, or how many hours they spend at the gym, for some men, the reflection in the mirror will never be good enough.
"There's always that next level of 'I want to get bigger. I want to get leaner than I have been before,' said Dr. Timothy Baghurst. "So where do you stop?"
Dr. Baghurst doesn't just study bigorexia as a professor at OSU. He's lived it. His obsession with getting bigger and leaner took over his life when he was a college student. Then he learned his condition had a name- muscle dysmorphia.
"It's a real concern," said Dr. Baghurst. "It shouldn't be treated lightly. It can lead to serious consequences, even death.
Depression, steroid abuse, and suicide are some of the extremes. But more commonly, men with bigorexia suffer in other areas like in their friendships, relationships, even jobs, as they put their physique above every other thing in their lives. Of course not every guy who works out religiously or who is a body builder has a problem.
"More so than anything, you have to be honest with yourself," said Jason Vlastaras, assistant director of fitness at OSU's Department of Wellness..
Vlastaras also happens to be a professional natural body builder. He says it's a fine line for competitors who have to put so much time and energy into their sport.
"You have to take appraisal of where you are currently," said Vlastaras. "Are you neglecting things like family? Are you not going to social gatherings because you're scared you wont be able to stay on your meal plan?" Vlastara also relies on his loved ones to hold him accountable.
Some research suggests as many as 1 in 10 gymgoers suffer from bigorexia, though Dr. Baghurst believes it's far fewer. Most aren't aware that they have the condition and would deny it in the same way most anorexics would.
What's triggering this disturbing trend? One possibility is the explosion of "bigspiration," on social media. Men post videos of themselves flexing and working out.
"Now because all those things are right there regularly, in front of us 24 hours a day, it can create this culture of constant comparison," said Vlastaras.
That comparison can start early in life. Dr. Baghurst points to action figures for little boys, asking how can they be satisfied with their own bodies. It's something he's had to find out for himself. While not totally overcoming bigorexia, he has learned to manage it.
"I wish I knew the quick fix answer," said Dr. Baghurst. "Honestly it just took time. It took getting married and having kids, finding some balance in my life, and understanding this doesn't have to be the priority."
Researchers say they still have a ways to go in even educating doctors on the seriousness of bigorexia. A recent study found only 30 percent of physicians knew about or understood muscle dysmorphia.
|by Anonymous||reply 24||02/20/2017|
Dips are fine as long as you have proper form. Consult with an expert to ensure your form is on point.
|by Anonymous||reply 25||02/20/2017|
Diet-wise, cut out all oils and fats and cut way WAY down on the carbs. To add flavor to anything, cut out all sweeteners, dressings, etc. and just use lemon juice. You must adhere to this 24-7. If you're already bulky, do tons of cardio.
|by Anonymous||reply 26||02/20/2017|
[quote]How to Get Ripped quickly?
You can get ripped without the juice, but not quickly.
|by Anonymous||reply 27||02/20/2017|
Genetics is a huge factor
|by Anonymous||reply 28||02/21/2017|
Eww. Six packs are creepy reptilian
|by Anonymous||reply 29||02/21/2017|
1. Rub your chest with bacon grease.
2. Go to your local zoo.
3. Climb into the tigers' cage.
|by Anonymous||reply 30||02/21/2017|
Oh, I thought this was a thread about marijuana. Pity it isn't; I was hoping the millennials had finally discovered something new worth reading about.
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|by Anonymous||reply 33||08/02/2017|
Shake hands with a grizzly bear.
|by Anonymous||reply 34||08/02/2017|
I misread the title as "How To Get Raped Quickly..."
|by Anonymous||reply 35||08/02/2017|
Who says, "buff", anymore?
Guys over 55.
|by Anonymous||reply 36||08/02/2017|
R36 Lots of people still say buff. I hear it all the time.
|by Anonymous||reply 37||08/02/2017|
If you are looking at certain actors as an ideal remember that all their meals are prepared for them to ensure they stick rigidly to the diet. It is all set up so that all they have to do is eat and work out to get into that condition. Everyday they will meet with their personal trainer. Everyday they eat the meals prepared for them. Chris Pratt confirmed this in an interview. I would imagine, as well, that some contract will have been signed to ensure they stick to all this.
I'd say, as well, that steroids are certainly involved along the way for many of them, given the time they have in which to change their physiques. For a start steroids improve recovery massively. Along with that some of them will harden and define and cut alongside the ones that add bulk. The risk to the liver is negligible if the steroids are stacked sensibly and they wean themselves off after some time. They will have access to high end stuff as well and not the dodgy crap gymrats buy in the locker room.
I once worked out alongside an actor, now very successful and known for a number of films that involve intense action, when he was training for his first action role. He was slight to say the least. Even though people look bigger on camera there was no way he could have bulked up the way he did so quickly without chemical encouragement.
|by Anonymous||reply 38||08/02/2017|
Ketogenic diet. Lift Heavyweights to the point of exhaustion once a week - work out every body part. Ketogenic diet is the hardest but you can start out doing a 30 day egg fast. Basically you eat eggs, cheese and butter for 30 days. Studies have shown heavy weights once a week build muscle fast.
|by Anonymous||reply 39||08/02/2017|
I'd like hunter Chris Pratt to get ripped--by a grizzly. Him and his "hunting puts me in touch with,nature" bullshit..
|by Anonymous||reply 40||08/02/2017|
R36, you sound like a fool dude. Young people say buff all the time
|by Anonymous||reply 41||08/02/2017|
The grizzled stringy abs look has been out for a long time. Only desperate eldergays cling to it.
|by Anonymous||reply 42||08/02/2017|
Uh nope. Dudes are all over Instagram flexing and showing off their abs. It's more popular than ever
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|by Anonymous||reply 44||08/03/2017|
Unless you are overweight, limit pure cardio because it diminishes muscle mass. Lifting weights is the best
|by Anonymous||reply 45||08/03/2017|
No secret. Drop your body fat and hope your genetics predispose you to having prominent abdominal muscles. Not everyone can have a sixpack however much he trains and diets.
How you get there is pretty much irrelevant. Abs are made in the kitchen, not the gym. Pray for good genes, OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 46||08/03/2017|
Holy shit the amount of pseudo science and bad advice here is overwhelming.
There's no way to get ripped quickly. It takes years to build substantial amounts of muscle. Years of consistent exercise and good eating.
Yes, you need to eat a lot but no you don't need to eat 10 times the amount the average man eats. First of all, the average man eats more than they need to and second of all that guy is a stunt man. He's probably weightlifting, doing cardio, and doing some sort of gymnastics training in addition to his job which involves physical work. Even really big weightlifters, IE people around the 105 kg division only eat around 6k calories. No where near 20k calories that that article is suggesting (assuming the average man only eats 2k calories which seems low.) Then there's the fact clean, non-heavily processed food, doesn't cost as much as junk food. You don't need to spend 36 grand on food. That's ridiculous.
Cardio doesn't reduce muscle mass. Not working your muscles reduces muscle mass (slowly.) Cardio just burns calories which means you'll have to eat more.
A ketogenic diet doesn't have to revolve around eggs. A ketogenic diet just involves reducing the amount of carbs and sugar to the point where your body starts to believes it's starving. Then it starts to produces ketones to provide itself with energy. Basically this diet just burns body fat incredibly quickly. I'm not sure I believe it's safe for long periods of time.
Also carbs are only bad if you don't use them. A high carb diet is actually really good for exercising because it provides you with a lot of energy. Carbs are only bad if you don't use them and you let them convert to fat. But as long as you're not over eating carbs are fine.
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|by Anonymous||reply 48||08/04/2017|
Cardio most certainly will reduce muscle mass without you counterbalancing the muscle waste through ingestion of calories and protein. It's called catabolism.
|by Anonymous||reply 49||08/04/2017|
Catabolism -- or the wasting of lean muscle tissue -- should be avoided at all costs. Not only do you get weaker and more prone to injury, your metabolism will slow, decreasing how many calories you burn at rest. Lean muscle requires energy and effort to maintain; you accomplish this with a balanced diet and heavy resistance training. You do not need to spend hours in the gym. Instead, focus on heavy, basic exercise. Ensure you get enough protein and essential fats to maintain your muscle tissue and hormone levels.
|by Anonymous||reply 50||08/04/2017|
It's a Catch 22. Only truly hawt guys deserve to have muscle definition, so the only guys with muscles are the truly hawt.
|by Anonymous||reply 51||08/04/2017|
I have never desired 6 pack abs (I love carbs too much), but I do want a flat learn midsection which still eludes me. I love when a guy is lean and muscular, but no necessarily has visible abs. Anyone know what I am talking about?
|by Anonymous||reply 52||08/04/2017|
There is a reason you rarely see the uberhot fitness model and aesthetics bros on the treadmill.
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|by Anonymous||reply 54||08/13/2017|
Apparently you just need a good coach
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|by Anonymous||reply 56||08/13/2017|
I got Ayds and the pounds just melted off.
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|by Anonymous||reply 58||08/13/2017|
Let me help, Nancy.
|by Anonymous||reply 59||08/13/2017|
R47 - actually - ketogenic diets revolve around fat not protein. 70% of your calories come from fa. 25ish% protein and a few carbs. It is very different from atkins and other high protein diets. The Egg fast is just an easy way to accomplish it.
|by Anonymous||reply 60||08/13/2017|
Opening this gate ought to do it, OP.
|by Anonymous||reply 61||08/13/2017|
R30, I swear I just read your post now, after my post at R61. Great minds think alike!
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|by Anonymous||reply 65||08/23/2017|
1. Stop being an idiot. It is not a quick process.
After Lipo it takes the body time to heal 3 to 6 months before the swelling goes away.
This is how the majority get abs.
|by Anonymous||reply 66||08/23/2017|
Naw, most of these dudes here ANd the ripped bros at the gym have not had lipo. They train and eat strictly
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|by Anonymous||reply 68||08/23/2017|
Dear Lord in heaven!
|by Anonymous||reply 69||08/24/2017|
Get a life coach / drill sargent / trainer who will push you to focus on your goal. Of yourse you can do it a lot cheaper and without help if you show some dicipline and burn off more calories than you consume and build up muscle mass / lose body fat through a work out plan (which you can get online or in fitness magazines like Men's Health).
|by Anonymous||reply 70||08/24/2017|
No bread, pasta, or baked goods
|by Anonymous||reply 71||08/24/2017|
Life lesson: It's not hot to have 5% body fat. We can see your stool working its way down your abs.
|by Anonymous||reply 72||08/24/2017|
It's so hot
|by Anonymous||reply 73||08/24/2017|
It's so much work. When you get the abs, it's not like they just stay forever. There's a good reason why we see all those movie stars and athletes look ripped only when they're in movies or competition. Otherwise they let themselves go. Its' just to hard to sustain for most
|by Anonymous||reply 74||08/24/2017|
It has to be a lifestyle of diet and gym. Some are willing
|by Anonymous||reply 75||08/24/2017|
A ripped look is a an extreme body state where you usually lack hydration. When you drink the water you need the abs and other muscles are less defined.
|by Anonymous||reply 76||08/24/2017|
Not really, I know so many dudes who are ripped gym bros and athletes. If they compete, they may dehydrate for added definition, but otherwise they hydrate
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|by Anonymous||reply 78||08/27/2017|
One if the main things you have to be - apparently - is in your early twenties.
Most of the really shredded ab guys are young - and full of testosterone - and melt fat quickly when the put some effort into their gym regime.
That's not to say there aren't guys in their thirties, forties and fifties who aren't still ripped - but there are fewer for each decade. Unless you're really dedicated and/or genetically blessed - it seems like an almost impossible ideal to strive for.
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|by Anonymous||reply 80||08/27/2017|
Check out Olympic gymnast and all-around hunk Jake Dalton's Youtube videos. The guy is ripped and does it naturally. He offers advice on weight training, diet, and fitness.
|by Anonymous||reply 81||08/27/2017|
Lifting weights is critical
|by Anonymous||reply 82||08/27/2017|
You need carbs in your diet. It needs to be balanced with protein and fats.
|by Anonymous||reply 83||08/27/2017|
Only the right kind of carbs. No simple carbs
|by Anonymous||reply 84||09/01/2017|
SKINNY GUYS DO SO HAVE ABS.
QUIT MAKING EXCUSES FOR YOURSELF AND DISCIPLINE YOUR DIET.
There's no quick fix. Even surgeries won't last if you still eat whatever you want.
There are scientific measurements for your body fat using the Body Mass Index. Calculate your goals and start starving a little.
|by Anonymous||reply 85||09/01/2017|
Most skinny dudes are not ripped w six pack abs
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|by Anonymous||reply 87||09/05/2017|
The blatant gross narcissism of these Instagram fitness models is disturbing, but putting that whole issue aside, NO ONE GETS THAT BIG WITHOUT STEROIDS.
They all lie about the hard work and diet they go through to attain these absurdly distorted bodies. Yes, of course, they are hitting the gym and working out a lot, but to get that kind of muscle size and striation, IT IS ALL STERIODS use, which very few of these "models" and actors will admit to using.
I'm not saying you can't get a nice muscular body, of course, you can. but to get ripped to that extent of the models posted above, again it's steroids, or at the very least the somewhat healthier alternative, a doctor monitored regime of going on HRT (hormone replacement therapy.)
But in the end, without chemicals, no amount of exercise and diet will get you the size the Instagram models and the actors in superhero movies. Never.
So we ordinary folks should be happy with what we can achieve without pumping your body with chemicals. you can get a flat stomach but most of us are not genetically blessed to have a 6 pack, no matter how hard we work or how diligently we monitor our diets. we should happy with a flat stomach over a big belly.
Body dysmorphia has plagued women for over hundred years, now it's infiltrated the male world. The worst is what it is doing to young boys and teens who see this as a masculine ideal and will do anything, even juicing, damn the consequences.
|by Anonymous||reply 88||09/05/2017|
These dudes are so hot
|by Anonymous||reply 89||09/05/2017|
|by Anonymous||reply 90||09/05/2017|
Disney went from encouraging one kind of eating disorder to another.
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|by Anonymous||reply 94||09/05/2017|
Hot damn bro!
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|by Anonymous||reply 98||09/06/2017|
Lift at least five times per week
|by Anonymous||reply 99||09/07/2017|
Focus on your health and your appearance will take care of itself.
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|by Anonymous||reply 102||09/08/2017|
Damn damn damn
|by Anonymous||reply 103||09/08/2017|
Let's talk about getting a ripped anus!
|by Anonymous||reply 104||09/08/2017|
You don't need carbs other than a very small amount of complex carbs.
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|by Anonymous||reply 108||09/08/2017|
R88, I think you're right about the steroid use. I don't even like the look. Too,much. Paul Newman had a beautiful, defined body. And the flexibility to move around in bed.
|by Anonymous||reply 109||09/08/2017|
Try Fasted Cardio. Do cardio first thing after waking without taking in any calories. Your body will burn fat to power your cardio best in this state. Eat lean protein (30g) after doing cardio.
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|by Anonymous||reply 111||09/13/2017|
Cardio first thing of the day on an empty stomach
|by Anonymous||reply 112||09/14/2017|
Make sure you tinkle first
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|by Anonymous||reply 116||09/24/2017|
Hot to death 🔥
|by Anonymous||reply 117||09/24/2017|
Considering OP posted this in February, he should be ripped by now, no?
|by Anonymous||reply 118||09/24/2017|
Depending on how close he was to the goal in February
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|by Anonymous||reply 121||09/25/2017|
THis is my GOAL!
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|by Anonymous||reply 124||11/09/2017|
Low carb, Keto
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|by Anonymous||reply 126||11/09/2017|
More ripped bros!
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|by Anonymous||reply 129||11/13/2017|
Holy fuck R129. Roid city. He looks so unnatural and repulsive
|by Anonymous||reply 130||11/13/2017|
Looks cute to me, maybe a bit bigger than most like but still cute.
|by Anonymous||reply 131||11/13/2017|
HE is blazin hot
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|by Anonymous||reply 135||11/20/2017|
Just have someone hand you to a child.
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|by Anonymous||reply 138||12/28/2017|
R123, very nice, but I bet he'd kill for a plate of spaghetti.
|by Anonymous||reply 139||12/28/2017|
"How to get ripped quickly. "
Go back to Victorian London, wear a floozy frock, and go on the stroll at night.
|by Anonymous||reply 140||12/28/2017|
Fasted cardio works
|by Anonymous||reply 141||12/29/2017|
If you're over 10% body fat, you need to cut until you're 10%. Do high intensity interval training HIIT cardio, but no more than 30 minutes 5 times a week. Once you're 10%, then you can bulk, gaining muscle and fat. Once you've gained muscle and your fat's gotten to 15%, you need to cut again. Over and over until you look the way you want.
Also, go to a physician and get on a safe steroid cycle. You can do this twice without damaging your body. Your balls will return to normal size if you just do it twice.
|by Anonymous||reply 142||12/29/2017|
r142......you cant go to a physician to get steroids unless the Dr is a quack....steroids are illegal in the US.
|by Anonymous||reply 143||12/29/2017|
R143, there are so many in LA who are available for that. Go to any physician-run "antiaging clinic" in LA. They're on Yelp. The big one in WeHo is Pacific Oaks.
|by Anonymous||reply 144||12/29/2017|
R143, they're not illegal if they're used for medical purposes - to correct "hormonal imbalances," etc.
|by Anonymous||reply 145||12/29/2017|
R145, they are not called steroids, although they make you get ripped or muscled. SARMS is not steroids.
|by Anonymous||reply 146||02/24/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 147||02/24/2018|
DOnt eat carbs after 3:30.
|by Anonymous||reply 148||03/23/2018|
Don't eat anything after 3:30!
|by Anonymous||reply 149||03/23/2018|
Calculate your macros, stick to them, and lift weights and do resistance exercises for your abs.
|by Anonymous||reply 150||03/23/2018|
I don’t like that six pack look. It makes a man look reptilian.
|by Anonymous||reply 151||03/23/2018|
This former strongman’s transformation is impressive. Diet, powders and hard work every day for a year
|by Anonymous||reply 152||03/23/2018|
Op, are you ripped by now?
|by Anonymous||reply 153||03/23/2018|
Dear Lord in Heaven!
|by Anonymous||reply 154||03/26/2018|
Thanks for the tips. I'm gonna try planking. I just want to tone up a bit. no need for six pack. i will never have it.
|by Anonymous||reply 155||03/26/2018|
Coffee enemas and lots of fiber and sugar free gummy bears
|by Anonymous||reply 156||03/28/2018|
A date with Wolverine
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The abs I want
|by Anonymous||reply 158||04/07/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 159||04/08/2018|
Learn how to use photoshop and instagram filters. You’ll get all the ‘likes” and validation necessary to live a complete and satisfying life.
|by Anonymous||reply 160||04/08/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 161||04/14/2018|
When exiting a helicopter, walk in the wrong direction.
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|by Anonymous||reply 163||05/16/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 164||05/17/2018|
THIS IS goals
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|by Anonymous||reply 167||05/17/2018|
Is it just me who usally likes the before pic better
|by Anonymous||reply 168||05/17/2018|
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|by Anonymous||reply 170||07/19/2018|
I like a guy with a bit of a belly and giving it a rub after a satisfying dinner.
|by Anonymous||reply 171||07/19/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 172||08/05/2018|
Do drugs, OP. It's the only way.
|by Anonymous||reply 173||08/05/2018|
|by Anonymous||reply 174||08/06/2018|
Keto and lots of strength training and cardio
|by Anonymous||reply 175||08/06/2018|
Less cardio, more diet and lifting.
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|by Anonymous||reply 177||11/29/2018|
Why does he have to be a "black stud," R172? Why not just a stud?
|by Anonymous||reply 178||11/29/2018|
I want him
|by Anonymous||reply 179||02/01/2019|
Weights 3 times a week. Lots of apps for learning splits. Sprints three times a week. No long runs. Just sprints.
|by Anonymous||reply 180||02/01/2019|
No simple carbs
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|by Anonymous||reply 184||03/02/2019|
Without drugs it's very hard but doable. You have to count your calories meticulously, cycle carbs so you're not crashing your thyroid and metabolism, and lift as heavy as you can at the gym 3-4x a week, with daily LISS cardio for at least 35 mins.
|by Anonymous||reply 185||03/02/2019|
Is cycling carbs eating a good amount for a bit then lowering them for a bit? How often is it recommended to switch that?
|by Anonymous||reply 186||03/02/2019|
Stop eating red meat! You’ll lose 20-30 pounds or more, depending on your current weight.
|by Anonymous||reply 187||03/03/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 188||03/21/2019|
Date Jack the Ripper, of course.
|by Anonymous||reply 189||03/21/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 190||03/22/2019|
Date Don Rickles.
|by Anonymous||reply 191||03/22/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 192||03/22/2019|
Insult comic extraordinaire
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|by Anonymous||reply 199||08/03/2019|
Parabolin for six weeks with a quarter cc of test cypionate working up to 1 cc during the six week cycle. Go another 3 weeks with winstrol every other day. No carbs in the evening meal cardio first thing in the morning before breakfast. You’ll be a new you.
|by Anonymous||reply 200||08/03/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 201||08/23/2019|
Are all these guys in the photos on some sort of steroids?
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|by Anonymous||reply 203||08/23/2019|
[quote]Press dips will destroy your rotator cuffs. Do not do them. I know 5 people at my gym who had to have surgery because of that.
You can buy a set of Olympic rings and do your dips, chin-ups and leg raises with those instead. So much better for improving rotator cuff strength and scapular-humeral stability than bars.
|by Anonymous||reply 204||08/23/2019|
|by Anonymous||reply 205||08/23/2019|
Fast and do core/ab exercises.
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|by Anonymous||reply 209||09/07/2019|
Alberto Di Bartolommeo
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|by Anonymous||reply 212||09/07/2019|
Dudes with abs hang out together
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|by Anonymous||reply 216||12/11/2019|
No bread or pasta
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|by Anonymous||reply 221||05/14/2020|
I recommend making a fuckoad of money and buying and keeping a hot ripped rentboy who won’t say a work about your beer belly as lon as you pay his rent and personal trainer (aka secret lover) and take him on first class vacations to the Seychelles.
|by Anonymous||reply 222||05/14/2020|
Keto and then slowly introduce slow carbs.
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|by Anonymous||reply 225||07/20/2020|
I used to date a gym bum. No steroids. He would only eat/drink proteins or complex carbs - never together. Nothing else. He would make a protein shake with 3 eggs or eat 3 sweet potatoes or large steak or fish or chicken - no other sides. Then he would press weights - to failure. Maximum amount of weight, least amount of reps. It seemed to work for him. He had a very muscular body. I just couldn’t deal with the rest of him!
|by Anonymous||reply 226||07/20/2020|
OP - posting your own IG out of boredom? or just needed some attention?
|by Anonymous||reply 227||07/20/2020|
You really can't eat carbs. You do need to do some juice. A little bit of Tina helps you get shredded.
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|by Anonymous||reply 230||07/31/2020|
Aspirin and caffeine or preworkout with aspirin. Need to cut carbs, up protein. Keto works for some but my body doesn’t assimilate fats the way it does for others so it hasn’t worked for me. You can do intermittent fasting or fast alternate days if you can take it. Take digestive enzymes with your food and drink a shit load of green tea. Also, apple cider vinegar with the mother about 15 minutes before all meals.
|by Anonymous||reply 231||07/31/2020|
Coffee wakes me up, but Green Tea gives me an insane amount of energy. I always have a large 5 bag cup before a workout.
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