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I am not a moderator for the health/fitness/diet.. communities or anything, but I am superrrr active here. I've seen a few new faces, and I just wanted to say HIIIIIIIIIII.
A little bit about me: I loovveee lifting weights. I used to powerlift and compete when I was in college, now I just lift for fun. I began my fit journey when I was losing weight. That was my first focus, then I just wanted to be strong. Today, I focus on my overall health so that includes: eating healthy, being active, being happy, learning more, living a positive life, ect.
Sorry if I don't tag everyone new. These are the faces I've noticed from the new cards I've seen!
(but I also wanna shout out to all the lurkers out here lol)
I wrote a damn essay. You're welcome.
Gahh here it goes: Since I now exercise for personal pleasure, I only lift about 3-4 times a week. I hate cardio with all of my being so I only do it when I feel like it, which is like almost never. The only enjoyable cardio I do are walks, hikes, sometimes I go on jogs. When I am cutting, I sprint (which is not fun, but doable). But it’s not a consistent thing. Two a day? You mean working out twice a day? I used to do it when I was powerlifting. I don’t think there’s anything necessarily wrong with it, just make sure you’re eating enough. And you’re not going bat-shit crazy for both workouts that you can’t even function as a human lol. When I was exercising twice a day, I was doing my normal powerliting trainings, and then I would go for sprints and accessories. I do all three. I change it often because I do what I want. I don’t really fuck w/ preworkout because it’s too sweet for me and sugar makes me feel sick. I just either take caffeine pills or drink coffee or nothing at all. I used to sometimes drink energy drinks but that shit is not good for anybody. I never drink protein shakes. Because that also fucks with my stomach and after a workout I rather eat a huge ass steak, than to chug a sugary shitty drink (again I dont like sugar very much, i am lactose intolerant, and good protein powder is expensive anyway). I understand that protein shakes are more bio-available than protein from food sources, but I just never cared that much about that.
Hi @alywoah this is a great card!
@VixilCastillo if you have more questions you can always message me too!
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