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First day on gym
Monkey | 
Brazil MommyStealer 
was fun, i did all kind of exercises. tomorrow i will be dead but thats ok.
2019-09-12 04:34
#1
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Peru TheJuan 
You’re becoming MIBR’s manager???
2019-09-12 04:36
how did you know? did Fer tells you? i was on the gym with him and the bois.
2019-09-12 04:39
Nice men Remember to WASH UR FKN HANDS AFTER YOU FINISH GYM GYM EQUIPMENT IS FUCKING RANCID
2019-09-12 04:45
nice advice
2019-09-12 04:56
Not joking either dude seriously wash ur hands gym equipment is worse than public toilets
2019-09-12 05:01
#11
jOELZ | 
Korea Hunyango 
only sissies think about that stuff too much. Real men only care about them GAINS! now quit being a feminine and bring your ass back to the gym!
2019-09-12 05:18
I just went this morning back and bis u stupid korean Amount of times ive gotba sore throat or cold from fucking dirty monks at the gym
2019-09-12 05:22
#13
jOELZ | 
Korea Hunyango 
haha maybe you are getting colds from getting so sore lifting weak. After all that working out you didn't even built any kind of immunity vs those weak ass bacteria.
2019-09-12 05:25
#4
fnx | 
Brazil Rodszin 
Nice man Hope u enjoy it
2019-09-12 04:55
#5
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United States Toothyca 
NICE VERY GOOD MAN
2019-09-12 04:55
#7
EliGE | 
Kazakhstan Elietsch 
How often you plan to go to the gym a week?
2019-09-12 04:57
every day except weekend
2019-09-12 05:04
#10
EliGE | 
Kazakhstan Elietsch 
Alright. One day upper body (chest, arms, stomach, back) Then one day lower body (lower and upper legs, squats (lower back and thighs) etc. You can swtich between upper and lower body and just fill in various stomach and back exercises throughout. Just remember to give it a break a day after training. Don't "over-train" a particular muscle group. And best advice; Get a training partner. Someone you can count on for motivation and vice versa. It really helps. Atleast 15 minutes of running each time as warmup. Just find your tempo. Don't stress it. You just wanna get that pulse up. Running 7-10 km/h (ie 4.5-6 miles/hour) should get you ready without wearing you down. And that breath control during running is great.
2019-09-12 05:12
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