Here are some excersice images I got from the previous thread about cardio. Hard at first, but will be easy if you follow these images.
This is an easy one you can do anywhere, it's also really good for the whole body.
Its a push up, not planking
If you are too fat go for a walk daily or ride your bicycle
Yea I think you guys need a dedicated thread for this like /fit/ as. As it is right now threads are too much of a clusterfuck.
Saw this vid today https://youtu.be/ii1GMcRfP_o
All those powders and vitamin pills and vitamin gummies and a liter of cranberry juice...
Should a beginner try to copy his diet and get what he gets, or are powders/vitamin gummies bs?
No. You should talk to a nutritionist. The body can only process so many vitamins and calories per day, depending on their activity level and depletion. If you're not training like a professional athlete all you'll be doing is making really fancy/expensive piss and shit.
Understood. Is there hope for a 24 year old fatass going on 25 who wants to become more athletic?
Of course theres hope, it starts with diet and exercise. But a professional athlete's dietary requirements are structured to replace expended calories and nutrients of an exceedingly active person. Somehow, its doubtful that you're as active as a professional boxer. Your metabolism is probably shit, so improving it would be the first goal of getting fit.>tl;dr Sure, but dont overdo it
You're right, I used to be fat and I lose weight slowly. Is 130kg good for a 5 foot 9 man?
What's your body fat percentage? What's your bone density? What's your fitness level? You cant break these things down into simple yes/no questions. Dont cut corners anon, and stop looking for simple solutions on the internet. Git gud.
I don't know how I would get these things checked out
I feel ready for the next level.
What's the next level of diet and exercise?
How do I become the chad?
All this shit is stuff an untrained beginner does NOT need to worry about. (And the "body can only process so much in a day" stuff is a myth, barring exceptional cases)>>3610
Everyone that is untrained starts the same way: get under a barbell. Learn the Big Four and do linear progression with them, 3 sets of 5 reps, 3 times a week (SS basically). Start very light and add weight every day. No shame in starting with a 95 lb squat (I did). There is shame in not improving. Get help if you need some coaching with the movements (you probably will). For diet, you only need two rules: adequate protein and maintain a calorie deficit. This works for EVERY fatass that is completely untrained. Even you.
Go fucking lift.