>>789 You might have some more problems than just your wrist, but there are exercises to make your wrist stronger and thicker. I could explain every single one to you, but i will give you an useful link instead wikihow.com/Strengthen-Your-Wrists
I didn't read method 2, but method 1 is all you need, specially the part about chin ups. Seriously man, pull ups are great.
Prepare for the holy war on Islam soon, brothers. Bump!
And I expect you maggots to bump this daily, until each and every one of us has achieved the pale goblin physique! Never slacken! Never tire! Never lose faith! The war needs YOU!
I'm sorry this New Zealand shit's getting me really fucking angery, especially the prime minister leading an Islamic call to prayer on TV after it was discovered that Christchurch has a jihadi problem. Please though, do get in shape anons. We need to act soon, and I want to meet all of you in person when the dust settles, you hear? You're all too good to let die, no matter how many of our shared interests may or may not be axed in the ethnostate.
>>1369 On the topic of never slackening and never tiring, I weighed myself after finishing with some chores. I'm 195, where less than half a month ago I was nearly 210. All I had to do was not eat bread or foods with high fructose corn syrup for lent. I still had alcohol on Saint Patrick's Day, I still had a cookie or cupcake or elsewise every few days, and I didn't even work out that hard. That's all it takes goys. So I repeat myself!
>>2411 Well, theres two things to establish in answering that question. First, this is the pushups thread, so as long as we're doing 10 pushups for every post, this is fine. The second is that your energy levels are not as high and your physiological regeneration (whether energy and ability or injury repair) decreases. It's really not all that different. One can consciously bypass diminishing energy levels with both strategy and discipline. A whole day of throwing hay bales - as one example - sucks more when you're older, and aches and soreness is more apparent, leading toward a greater appreciation of things like stretching and incremental nutrition (6 small meals rather than 3 large ones).
Imo, this is why it is important to establish healthy habits now, as they will be one more foundational and integral. Basically, if you're eating and exercising relatively well now (ideally with gradual level of improvement) and not neglecting personal discipline now you don't have much to worry about from getting older. I'm spry AF for my age - well beyond a significant majority of my peers - for precisely that reason. Stretching is especially key to maintaining limber and loose musculature, and a direct correlation can be indicated between people "getting/feeling older" and poor (nonexistent?) stretching habits.