60KG Pushup w/ Motivational speech!

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  1. Amiroslo

    Amiroslo http://VAPus.net

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    Here a video of me, if you don't mind supporting me then you can leave a comment/share/like



    Thank you <3
     
  2. Danger II

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    [​IMG]

    Less weight, more intensive and correct execution will reach more result.
    In total the result isn't that worse, but you didnt provide how long you've been doing the gym thing already.

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    I have just read the "6 month - transformation".
    Wow.. hmm, I don't want to demotivate you but you could have reached more, alot more than you have reached yet.
    I mean your results are okay. But actually this show's that you had not much experience with gym befor.
    Once you have understand fitness, you will understand your whole body, but for me it seems like you just did randomly train with eating less(?).
     
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  3. Amiroslo

    Amiroslo http://VAPus.net

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    I know how a push up is taken. I didnt take weighted push ups as a training. I did it for the video as you could see I was doing only one every time a weight is put.

    When it comes to correct training I take up to 70 push ups.

    IDK about the 6months transformation, but I gained ±13KG. I didn't do random training with eating less, it seems like you don't really have a lot of experience to me. I had a personal trainer to do my training schedule the whole way. My food intake is very good. I don't know how 13kgs is bad in 6moths. Yes you could've achieved a little bit more than what I got there, but not too much. My whole training and diet is based on lean muscle and not bulking. You cant get a lot when your intake is based on proteins and carbohydrates and very little fat.
     
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    You did gain also alot of water and fat. This is not pure muscle, which means you did not eat well. If you would have eaten well, you would have gained 3 or 4 kg PURE muscle.

    You don't know me, dont act like a kiddy. I am trying to tell you something, so listen. I don't need to proof anyshit, so if you don't believe me, google it.

    What does that shall tell me? He probably trained a few years and paid for the license, he is earning with what he love. Which doesn't mean he will make you same as he is, or? You should always know that not everybody is the same. The way it worked for him, might wont work for you.

    What does "very good" mean? Do you weight up your food, income and calculate your calorie consumption weekly? If you weight more - you will burn more calories. If you work more - you will burn more calories, etc.
    If you did not weight, don't say "very good", say "I had a eye on it", thats all you could say then.

    Actually the first few month are the most important month since your body is doing the most changes then. So yes, you could have reached pretty much more than you did.
    A part of that, you paid someone to train you. So YES you should have reached very much more if that person was smarter.

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    Okay, so you gained 10 kg clean muscle then, if this is right what you just said.
    You should first do a mass phase befor you even start a definition phase or do you think body builders do that out of fun? (If you was skinny befor. If you was fat befor you will have to lose weight while transforming into muscle)

    So you are doing it wrong then. It all about deficit and calories.
     
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    Amiroslo http://VAPus.net

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    @Danger II

    I started with a mass phase for 3 months, using mass supplements. I did weight everything and I knew how much protein, calories and fat I was taking in. I had a paper with what I should eat and how much calories/fat/protein/carbs each gives. I did check my weight and height before starting and how much calories I need in the beginning. I knew how many calories/protein I needed to gain. I know that the first few months are the most you can get out of your body. The trainer who helped me didnt write me what worked for him, but instead he was looking at how I look, and the guy who was training me didn't want any money for it. He is a competitor and a coach for many years winning many trophies. I don't need to know you, but you're probably not better then the guy who was training me, it is is his job and has been for over 10years.

    After few months of gaining weight, I moved to gaining lean muscle, because my body type is not that type that takes in fat, it stores it and goes to my stomach, that's why I had to change to taking in carbs and proteins and gaining lean muscle. I did gain about 3-4kg pure muscle.
    I didnt gain 10kg of pure muscle, I said I gained around ±10kgs.

    I've had my full nutrition test to check the body fat, water percentage, lean body mass, soft body mass, minerals etc.

    I've seen 6months transformations, if you're skinny like I was (52kg at age of 18) then you won't really get much further than what I did there. You can get better, but not that much.
     
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    Okay I wont spend my life in telling someone something he will ignore anyway. The quote is proofing that you have actually no, NO!! idea how to calculate calories.
    Also everything other you wrote above tells me nothing else than what I knew. And you just wrote above:
    If you don't know me, you wont know if it is like that or not.
    I dont give a damn about people who win trophies, that proofs nothing actually NOTHING.
    When I first started working out years ago I saw a picture of that person who owns the gym, he had a picture about a contest, today I know he knows a shit about gym.
    I dont even want to quote everything you wrote above because 90% of what you wrote has no sense and even if I try to tell you something you would block. So I dont mind.
    Gratulations for your sucess, you should start do a fitness-program and sell it to idiots like everybody else is doing :D

    By the way: I didnt said you did bad progress, but you could have taken out actually 50% more then what you did with less of what you did.
     
  7. Amiroslo

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    I didn't ask you to spend your life doing so.. I did read what you wrote and I replied to you. I do know how to calculate calories.. In 1g fat you have around 9cal, in 1g protein and carb about 4calories. I dont drink alcohol so IDK how many calories in that.
    Winning trophies do proof something, he cant win if he didn't have a good body and he wont have a good body if he didnt have a proper diet or training. And you cant compare your gym owner to any other person out there.
    You saying that 90% of what I said makes no sense, that shows that you either didnt read or didnt understand anything.
    It just seems like you had a bad trainer who used to sell you fitness programmers and thats why youre mad. I didnt say that you said my progress was bad, but not, you couldnt have 50% more with less of what I did. I wouldn't mind reading your theory of how it could be done tho.
     
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    Pushup are not as efficient like a bench press, or a bench press with halter, also, are you using alot of heavy that isn't necessary for your type of body. There is no needed a bunch of weights like that. Rewatch your video and watch your shoulders, if you keep doing that probably you'll get an injury soon.
     
  9. Amiroslo

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    I know that. I usually do bench press. I dont actually train push ups with weights as a standard training. I just did that for the video. I only took 1 push up on every plate added. Thanks for the notice tho (Y)
     
  10. Blinkz

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    My honest opinion..... Your not used to a gym atmosphere because of the fact that you take criticism so poorly. Everyone in the gym gives eachother lil pointers nd shit cuz we all see everyone trying to better themselves, but your push-ups are probably some of the worst forms I've seen on an adult. Those push-ups were like a 10 year old in PE class.
     

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