Fighting shape.

You're a lean mean killing machine right Anon, in fighting shape right?????

Anon?
Don't tell me you have all of those problem solvers and can't do 5 chinups... Don't be in the guy not strong enough to pull the pin on an m67.

  1. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    I'm so out of shape. I'm strong but I have zero endurance. Fuck exercise my back hurts, my feet hurt. My old sports injuries hurt. I just want to be a fat drunk. I'm much more happy that way. I was miserable when I was in good shape. Working out hurt a ton, it's not like worth while women through themselves at me. It's just a bad deal.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      This here. Everytime I get in shape I'm just in pain all the fuckin time. It's not like some soreness, that I can deal with. Its actual joint pain while doing some yoga and stuff regularly helps, it just persists anyway. Not sure wut do honestly.

  2. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    My cardio is shit even though Im skinny. My guns are a literal cope and to make up for my lack of fighting ability lul
    I can do like 10 chin ups though

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      U should probably do more cardio. It's good for you.

  3. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Satan trips wants you to exercise. Thst should tell you everything you need to know. You cannot serve darkness and claim to love THE LORD.

  4. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    I do not like chin ups. I can not do them. But i bench 500 natty so i feel like i can master the art of pushing someone down and stomping on their head.

    That's all CqC is my dude. Push them down, stomp. All fights are just mimics of this most sacred of human brutality.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      >bench 500 natty
      >can’t do a chin up

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        What's your bench?

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      > But i bench 500 natty
      Doubt

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        His body weight is 750 so it tracks

  5. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Mile time is 5:56 and I lift. However the cartilage in my sternum where my ribs connect is inflamed and it’s really fucking me up. I’m in the worst pain I’ve ever felt. Can’t even fucking yawn. Doc said take 4ish days off from it. I’m gonna be fat as hell bros…

  6. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    5 chin ups is the only differentiating criteria between "fit" and "not fit"?
    i guess im fit, then.

  7. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    I can do three sets of 7 right now, which is up from just 3 full stop at the start of summer, gone from not running often at all to running a mile in relative comfort, haven't bothered timing it yet, I'm not fast enough remotely for it to be relevant. I've gone from doing two laps in a pool two months ago to 12 today. I can fight, and have been in a few fist fights in the past, but I wouldn't exactly call it fighting shape, I wouldn't be able to keep up with professional soldiers physically and I have no formal training except some self defense classes from which I learned basic form, the importance of footwoork, and how to kick without losing balance and falling over.
    My academic understanding of how to fight is much broader than my real experience or physical training.

  8. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    I go running and I go gym.
    Am still shit but harder shit at least.
    I eat my meat, my veggies, my whole carbs and my supplements.

  9. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    >Don't tell me you have all of those problem solvers and can't do 5 chinups
    I don't do chinups, I do pushups twice a day, morning and night. Sometimes I elevate my feet or do them one arm. Then I do 10 minutes slow shotokan punches empty handed so as my shoulder muscles crack.My self standard is 200 pushups (enough to win a fight) and to be able to do 20 one armed both left and right. My father was in the military and started me doing thsi when I was a kid, used give me a kick in the guts if I failed the challenges (used be one extra every day, then one extra left hand and one extra right hand) or a reward like an ice-cream or going shooting if I succeeded. I pray every day and I do my pushups every day.

  10. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Post PT Sched or admit weakness.

    Mon: Lift + Judo
    Tues: Run +Swim
    Wed: Run
    Thurs: Lift + Judo
    Fri: Run+Swim
    Sat: Long Run
    Sun: Judo.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      I can do 5 chinups but that doesn't mean I'm fighting shape, I'm 6ft 205lb

      Mon:Lift for 1-2 hours
      Tue: Lift for 1-2 hours
      Wed: lift for 1-2 hours
      this is repeated every day with a different muscle group and includes about 5 minutes of cardio each day

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Over the summer this plus 30 minutes of cardio
      M: Pull 2hours
      T: Pull 2 hours
      W: legs 1:30 hours
      TR: Push
      F: pull
      S: legs
      S: rest
      And then during school add another 2 hours of rugby on top of that instead of my cardio. I mix in stretching and joint stuff with my lifts so I feel great. Occasionally I roll with some friends.
      I’m in good shape, still need to loose some weight but I meet most of the in shape standard and for non PrepHole normies I look muscular. 6’4 240.

  11. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    I reckon so. I run a few miles every day, bench about 100KG (used to be more, injured my shoulder), dumbbell curl 40kg and squat about 200kg.

    My knees and hips are in rough shape though, have hypermobility in both, so if I don't stretch post-run, I walk like a geriatric the next day.

  12. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    I been doing strength training for years, I'm at ~10% body fat and have decent cardio.
    BUT
    I don't own guns because Europe.

  13. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    The only exercising you should be doing is that of running live fire drills with your platform and improving your groupings. Combat today isnt two guys in leather poking each other with pointy sticks, the gun has made physical prowess obsolete. All the running and lifting in the world wont save you from a fat guy who could drop you from 300 yards out.

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