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I do butterfly lifts with dumbells and do pushups CORRECTLY where you're activating your shoulder belts
To prevent rouded shoulders I work on my core doing deadlifts, squats and ab roller. Therefor giving my chest support from the bottom up to where it can un tighten and let my shoulders sit back and relax.
@redpillnoob i conducted psychological warfare against myself.
I have a sticky note on my wall that says "don't be a fat fuck" another that says "junk food = weak will. Are you weak? Am I weak?"
I also take photos of all the meals I eat, then go over it at the end of the month, so I can really let myself have it. "Oh you had mcdonalds 6 times that month? You fucking fatass."
It got to the point where I would buy chicken nuggets for a craving, take the picture, feel guilty. Then I would feed the nuggets to my dogs.
Of course I will still indulge in junk food, but now its like once a month. I've also done a full 72 hour water only fast, so I'm at a point where I would rather not eat than eat junk food. If I do eat mickey Ds its cus I want some damn burger chicken and fries. Lol.
I do this with my family too. They used to have like a pizza every Saturday as a tradition. But slowly I began to decline every time and buy my own food, boiled chicken and steamed rice. Eventually they decided to make it a Latino take out night, rotisserie chicken with rice, instead of pizzaRead More
Glad you are lifting now.
Damn, 16 sets for side delts in a week? That’s solid.
I would cut down on the front raises though since 16 sets + OHP + benching will definitely over develop your front delts and leave you with poor performing rounded shoulders. Replace those with anything for rear delts eg facepulls
Front delts are never under developed or under worked since they get worked so much with benching (normal and incline) and OHP.
Whereas side delts and rear delts need more love