What are your goals?

#22
My goal is to become stronger and bigger, I don't want to be lean enough or be sexy, I just want my strength to be twice and my size, weight and mass to be twice also. Right now I can Deadlift around 300 pounds and I'm aiming to at least lift 500 pounds.
That's nice! If you don't care about have a lean body you have more freedom to eat what you like.
I have this goal too, to become stronger and improve my lifts.
 
#23
My goal is to lose the belly fat and to get back in shape .I have to admit it is not easy each time i try and exercise it becomes a task i can't be able to accomplish because I get tired too quickly and give up. I have come up with a plan on cutting on the carbohydrates ,fats ,junk foods and try to eat a lot of vegetables and do planks everyday.
 
#24
I used to be really into working out, and I had that typical "gym bro" mentality. It was always about getting swole and benching more than you did the week before.

I guess my main motivation was just to get buff for the ladies. Eventually I started meeting more and more women that actually said they didn't like overly buff guys. I kind of became disillusioned with gym/fitness culture, and just started working out to be healthy.

Now my ideals are to just maintain a low body fat with relatively toned muscles, striking a balance between looking good and feeling healthy without having to stress too much about my diet and workout routine.
 
#26
That's nice! If you don't care about have a lean body you have more freedom to eat what you like.
I have this goal too, to become stronger and improve my lifts.
Oh really, May I know what's your program or what are those exercises that you do to increase the amount that you lift so that I can have some things to put into my program for it to improve and for me to have my improvement faster.
 
#27
Oh really, May I know what's your program or what are those exercises that you do to increase the amount that you lift so that I can have some things to put into my program for it to improve and for me to have my improvement faster.
I prioritize these lifts: Bench press, deadlift, squat, overhead press, barbell row and pull-ups. I train 6 days/week and I do at least 2 of them each day, but I change the rep range. For example, I squat 3 days a week for 3, 5, and 8 maximum reps. It's the same for bench press and overhead press.
I deadlift 2 days a week for 3 and 5 maximum reps. For pull-ups and barbell rows, I use to do 2-3 days a week each one, for 3, 5 or 8 reps.
I don't deadlift and squat on the same day. And after I do these main lifts I do some accessories for that muscle group, like leg press, leg curls, leg extensions, dumbbell bench press, crossover, lat pulldown, and some exercises for arms and shoulder too.
 
#30
My goal is to be holistically fit and healthy. I am quite overweight right now. And that lessens my confidence and self-esteem. That's one of the things that triggered me to start PSMF diet. I look forward to achieving that goal through discipline and hardwork.
 
#31
My goal is to lose some weight and tone up. Toning up is the most important thing to me - I find that I'm a reasonable level of fitness but still lack definition. If I could tone up as a result of eating better and being more deliberate with my workouts, I'd be pretty happy!
 
#32
Within the eight months on sticking on this diet I lost almost 35kg of my weight. That time mt goal is to lose weight. amd I just achieved it. And my goal now is to build a muscular body. I want to stick to a my diet plan and improve it.
We're in the same stage. I manage to lose my weight for about 27 kilos I think for 11 months. Same boat here want to stick with a diet plan and improve it more. I need to push more hard as I think 27 kilos was not enough. I need to lose 10 more kilos to achieve my weight goal.
 
#33
My goal is to loss weight naturally and most especially maintain a very healthy weight.I'm already seeing some changes with my clothes being loose on me,I'm still keeping on and hope to get to my desired weight.
 
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