Just wondered if anyone else got this basicly when i don't lift for a week for e.g this week because i couldn't get to the gym, my biceps feel like they're getting smaller but they're harder than normal? just wondered
(Original post by LordBradburn)
Unrealistic if you have a life.. And you obviously can't get an education if you spend all your time lifting/swimming.
Offer holder to Oxbridge?
Active social life?
I train in the mornings and in the evenings most days, I can still go out afterwards on the odd weekend. Yes, I can't have junkfood or get pissed before an event, but that is part of the fitness lifestyle.
Not everyone needs to train to be the best. Some people are cool with being about average and having a good time.
e.g. I play football, but I don't really care about training my quads when I go down the gym, as I play football for FUN?
I don't think you understand.
If you go to the gym, you go with the express purpose of either increasing your lifts, getting fitter/better at a sport or to gain aesthetics. Not training legs helps with NONE of these things, and ultimately makes you look like a **** of the highest order to everyone the moment you put on a pair of shorts and go to the beech.