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/sig/ - Self Improvement General Blackshirt 06/11/2020 (Thu) 00:40:08 ID: c5b896 No.926
The quote attached to my post is apparently a fake quote, but the spirit of it ring true to my ear. A healthy body and a healthy mind are key components of fascist living and a perfect balance shall be a key component of any fascist resurgence to come just as it was in the Third Reich and other societies. Some books: >Convict Conditioning (Calisthenics) https://archive.org/details/ConvictConditioning_201602 >Sun and Steel by Yukio Mishima (Attached)
>>9710 >make sure to drink some cold water as a substitute Dude, cold water is the tastiest beverage there is. It needs to be clean and energized water though.
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Now the headaches and sleepiness are gone, but replaced with horrible muscle soreness and stiffness in my lower body. Maybe going abruptly cold turkey was a bad idea
>>9815 Well I'm glad to hear your sleepiness and headaches are gone, just push through for 5 more days and you'll make it. https://www.mydomaine.com/caffeine-addiction >day 6 everything back to normal
>>9816 Wow, that lady has a lot of the same symptoms that I do. If this is any indication by Tuesday or Wednesday I'll be back to normal. Once I don't feel like shit I'll probably have to start doing some exercises again
I am so glad that neither Caffeine, Theobromine nor Theanine have any effect on me >>9719 >Energized water Anon... >>9612 Apparently Portuguese is closer to French than French is to Spanish, those Moors really messed things up. Anyways, you said that you were interested in hiking? Why are you not doing it? I used to go to the jungle, mountains and caves with my father, I stopped because there is nothing where I live, I miss those caves.
>>9833 Just don't drink eight plus cans of Pepsi a day for over a year straight and you'll probably be fine
>>9833 > >Energized water > Anon... You better believe that shit works or I'll energize your anus. (Only the receiving end is gay.)
>>9854 gay /fascist/
I have been using glycine for the last few days, it's a body supplement used by bodybuilders that supposedly helps you fall asleep faster and gives you very intense dreams but I haven't really noticed any difference so far. I do feel like it's helping with muscle growth but that may just be placebo.
>>9859 If it’s only been a few days it’s probably a placebo effect. But even *thinking* you notice results has always been a good motivator for me, so either way tbh.
NoFap or NoPorn - which is more legit?
>>10176 NoPorn + NoFap when appropriate (pure 100% abstinence isn't the way and results in lost nights) t. 248 days, fascism is not the way forward
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>>10177 >fascism is not the way forward You're right, National Socialism is.
>>10178 You're half right.
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>>10179 You'll wake up from the /leftypol/ web of lies one day, anon, I believe in you.
Anons I need help I keep masturbating and can't stop last year I didn't masturbate for almost a year then I broke up with my gf and started masturbating again and can't stop every time I try to stop I just say something narcissistic in my head saying nothing masters I really need help I know it's not chronic masturbation sense I only jerk off once to twice a day but still can you help?
>>10181 The best tips are the following, in my mind: >intermittent fasting >keep away from the computer >taking cold showers >exercising when you feel the urge to jerk off >avoidance of all erotic stimuli (porn, anime shit, girls in swimsuits, etc) >getting another girl
>>10183 >intermittent fasting Not a problem I was doing this last week but got off track and started having snacks here and their >keep away from the computer I work on the computer >taking cold showers I take cold showers but don't shower everyday I think I should start taking them everyday... >exercising when you feel the urge to jerk off I can do that >avoidance of all erotic stimuli (porn, anime shit, girls in swimsuits, etc) semi possible >getting another girl can't go outside only back yard
>>10184 >semi possible Imageboards make it hard, since people post completely unrelated pics of girls’ asses or tits just to lure in (you)s. Luckily here on the Cafe it’s not too bad. >can't go outside only back yard Are you under house arrest or something?
>>10185 >Are you under house arrest or something? maybe
>>10186 Hopefully that isn’t a thing that lasts long. That sucks
>>10176 No porn is more important. Porn fucks you up in ways that masturbation alone does not. You should limit the amount you fap, too, though. >>10180 Maybe he means nationalism. >>10184 Look into meditation as an alternative. That, and take up reading (books, not on a machine) as a hobby.
>>10188 I was looking into meditating most of the time it happens when I have nothing to do. so reading and meditating would be very helpful Im currently trying to find threads with stuff on meditating they properly were old Sig threads
>>9610 Namasensei was the closest one to get me interested until I realized I will never use nipponese in my life outside of obscure games that will never get a translation and jap exclusive imageboards that I can put through a translator anyway. No point in learning a language unless I'm going to be in contact with it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZEA54VJEdE
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>>10188 (heil'd) >No porn is more important This was my intuition as well. As everyone knows, most porn is under control of certain (((interests))). I was also reading an article recently that said that porn addictions, like all addictions, create changes in the brain and do damage to the "breaking system" of your brain, resulting in volume loss, which apparently is an area associated with judgement and control. Outside of that there are obvious a lot more negative aspects as well. >Look into meditation What are the practical benefits of meditation? I always hear stuff like it "relieves stress", but then on the other hand I read stuff like pic related. Does sitting there with your eyes closed really have that great of an effect?
>>10207 It isn't just sitting with your eyes closed. You are in a deeply introspective state while meditating.
>>10388 So have I been misled by Buddhists who say that you shouldn't think anything while doing it?
>>10389 Well there are several schools of thought. Meditation is a complicated subject. But that's the way I use it. There is also using it for transcendance (getting high), or just using it to relax, but I mainly use it to look inward.
>>10389 what meditation is and isnt and what the goal of it is depends on who you ask. there are countless meditation techniques. decide what you want out of meditation/life in general and then maybe you can get a better idea of which authorities you should go to for instructions on how to meditate.
>>10389 >>10391 And to be clear, when you empty your mind as buddhists suggest you are still thinking subconsciously. Sage for double post.
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>>10391 >>10393 >>10392 What I had been looking explicitly into was zazen or sitting meditation. I'll link the video I was looking into below. What is strange about that video is that it recommends not closing the eyes, and instead holding them partially open. The main reason I'd looked into that particular method was due to its links with Zen Buddhism and the Rinzai school which was of course popular among the samurai. If something works better I have nothing against it though. My main interests are gaining greater control over my emotions and getting better self-disciplines. I have always been described as a fairly emotionless person by others, but I often fly into a rage easily and find myself in its grap for hours afterwards, not to mention how much the degeneracy of today's world angers me. I do not want to become apathetic to the problems, but merely to look at them from a different viewpoint where I do not get pissed at everything. Anger is a feminine trait, men should have self-control over their emotions and passions.
>>10176 NoPorn, porn consumption damages your brain, masturbation only causes you to lose some nutrients (like Zinc) that are contained in your seed. But if you stop watching porn completely, you will automatically feel less of a desire to masturbate anyway.
>>10463 >But if you stop watching porn completely, you will automatically feel less of a desire to masturbate anyway. I feel like this is a classic case of drinking salt water to quell thirst, only to get thirsty, or to throw kindling on a fire that you're wishing to die down.
>>3734 >I misremembered the story, they injected inmates with actual estrogen, my bad. It happened with just feeding them soy too. https://www.westonaprice.org/health-topics/soy-alert/cruel-and-unusual-punishment-soy-diet-for-illinois-prisoners/
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>>3377 >4k >20 minutes I need to correct this, it's 5k in 20 minutes. I've done this, with some effort and obviously consistancy. Here's a basic workout plan. My workout is calisthenics MWF, and running TTSS, with a break day or two in those depending on how I feel that day, but it's gotten me quite far. I can do one handed raised leg fingertip pushups for reps, one handed pullups for reps, handstand pushups for reps and one legged jumping squats for reps. I'm not quite at the top of the pyramid, but I'm certainly top 1% of athletes right now. I also do heavybag work and occasionally sprints. Make sure to warm up before any sprinting work or explosive activity because you'll pull something otherwise.
>>10398 >it recommends not closing the eyes, and instead holding them partially open i think the meditation instructions in bhagavad gita reccomend to keep eyes open. theres a very short and simple mediation instruction somewhere in the book. i think it was to sit on a seat made of deer skin and a cetain grass (just sit on a seat) keep back head and neck in straight line or something, concentrate on the forehead breathe or something, and look ahead but slightly down. something like that, look it up. > but I often fly into a rage easily and find myself in its grap for hours afterwards changing your diet can help with stuff like that, like cutting out garlic and onion, which is almost impossible unless you make all your own food.
>>10703 >Gita Here it is, 6.10-27: "Those who aspire to the state of yoga should seek the Self in inner solitude through meditation. With body and mind controlled they should constantly practice one-pointedness, free from expectations and attachment to material possessions. Select a clean spot, neither too high nor too low, and seat yourself firmly on a cloth, a deerskin, and kusha grass. Then, once seated, strive to still your thoughts. Make you mind one-pointed in meditation, and your heart will be purified. Hold your body, head, and neck firmly in a straight line, and keep your eyes from wandering. With all fears dissolved in the peace of the Self and all actions dedicated to Brahman, controlling the mind and fixing it on me, sit in meditation with me as your only goal. With senses and mind constantly controlled through meditation, united with the Self within, an aspirant attains nirvana, the state of abiding joy and peace in me. Arjuna, those who eat too much or eat too little, who sleep too much or sleep too little, will not succeed in meditation. But those who are temperate in eating and sleeping, work and recreation, will come to the end of sorrow through meditation. Through constant effort they learn to withdraw the mind from selfish cravings and absorb it in the Self. Thus they attain the state of union. When meditation is mastered, the mind is unwavering like the flame of a lamp in a windless place. In the still mind, in the depths of meditation, the Self reveals itself. Beholding the Self by means of the Self, an aspirant knows the joy and peace of complete fulfillment. Having attained that abiding joy beyond the senses, revealed in the still mind, they never swerve from the eternal truth. They desire nothing else and cannot be shaken by the heaviest burden of sorrow. The practice of meditation frees one from all affliction. This is the path of yoga. Follow it with determination and sustained enthusiasm. Renouncing wholeheartedly all selfish desires and expectations, use your will to control the senses. Little by little, through patience and repeated effort, the mind will become still in the Self. Whenever the mind wanders, restless and diffuse in its search for satisfaction without, lead it within; train it to rest in the Self. Abiding joy comes to those who still the mind. Freeing themselves from the taint of self-will, with their consciousness unified, they become one with Brahman."
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I wanna start lifting. What kind of program should I do? Bodybuilding, Powerlifting, or Olympic Weightlifting? I just wanna be strong in general and look good naked. I don't really care for competing . I don't wanna get comically huge like some bodybuilders. I just want a nice physique and have some decent strength. Pic related is my ideal body.
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>>11023 I'm very curious of what Mishima's routine was. Wikipedia doesn't give much information: >In 1955, Mishima took up weight training to overcome the inferiority complex about his weak constitution, and his workout regimen of three sessions per week was not disrupted for the final 15 years of his life. In his 1968 essay Taiyo to Tetsu (太陽と鉄, "Sun and Steel"),[76] Mishima deplored the emphasis given by intellectuals to the mind over the body. Mishima later also became very skilled at kendo, traditional Japanese swordsmanship. In 1956, he tried boxing too, although he later gave this up. Beyond "three sessions per week" that tells us next to nothing. I've tried to look this up before and found this: https://www.reddit.com/r/YukioMishima/comments/ar53d4/yukio_mishimas_training_routine/ But the Twitter account is protected, and I can't access what the content was. If anyone knows how to grab it or access it, that would be great. We do know that Mishima was going for a "classical" physical type though, like those seen in Greek and Roman statues.
>>11052 I haven't read Sun and Steel - does he mention his routine at all in it?
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>>11023 its easier than you think. these days bodybuilding is very much over complicated, pushed by elitism and people looking for a shortcut, supplement industry, the p90x guy selling his tapes, etc. you dont need to eat a specific diet or strictly adhere to a workout program, you dont need to push yourself to the maxx everytime. what is important is that you keep a regular schedule and avoid junk food, get a good nights rest. dont be bent on trying to get results quickly or even lifting just for the results, rather embrace the activity of lifting. if you love your job you'll never have to work another day in your life, if you learn to love lifting without worrying about results you will be sure to see results. https://www.muscleandstrength.com/workouts/dumbbell-barbell-mass-workout.html
>>11063 I think it's more focused on his own experiences and the dialectic between the body and mind, thought and action, and the desire for a beautiful life and an equally beautiful death. That's why I've read in secondary sources, and it basically seems to be so as I scroll through a copy of it right now. I should really get to reading it, it's short.
>>11063 >I haven't read Sun and Steel - does he mention his routine at all in it? Unfortunately no. Sun and Steel is filled with his poetic philosophy/musings as it pertains to lifting but he doesn't go into his actual routine.
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>>11066 There's a couple of good routines one could get into with a few differing forms of equipment, from absolutely none(calisthenics) to freeweights and barbells to complex machines to isolate muscles for the sake of recovery for injury. I would say the best way to build a base of strength would be to do calistenics(pushups, pullups, bodyweight squats, dips, planks, etc) either max effort in a set time like 60 seconds, or doing reps for sets. The outcome of which will change depending on what amount of reps and sets you do. As for strength types, it varies in terms of what you want to do and what your goal is. I'll give a rough outline of the rep ranges for differing types of strength which you will alter depending on your goals. Pure strength (1-12 reps) Strength Endurance (12-40) Pure endurance (40+) Endurance can be counted as cardio. As for maxiumum gainz, visable and just being able to lift more weights, go with heavy weight and low rep range. A good example of a popular pure strength routine with freeweights and barbells is starting strength which does 5 sets of 5 reps each increasing weight every set a little bit until you reach just under your 5 rep max. This is done with the big four freeweight exercises, being Squat, Deadlift, Benchpress and Overhead Press, of course each exercise will be a different weight where you are comfortable with them, but this is a very good pure strength routine that is fairly simple and easy enough to do, provided you have the equipment to do so. I wouldn't recommend it to total newbies, but it's great for people who have a decent base of strength who want to get as strong as possible as fast as possible. I've already posted my recommended newbie routine here >>10680 and >>3539 There is also pure endurance routines that you can do, which are mostly about holding static holds, or large amounts of reps at fairly low weights for as long as you can do reps for sets until failure of form. NEVER GO TO MUSCULAR FAILURE! This is very important. If you try it you will quickly injure yourself and leave yourself unable to do normal daily tasks. Listen to your body and make sure to listen good. Any injury will make you have to sit out of getting stronger while it heals back to function so make sure to be careful. Make sure to always warm up before any workout with something comfortable enough like jumping jacks, pushups, pullups or something that you can do with somewhat ease before you do anything involving high strength or high endurence. This goes doubly so for anything explosive like jumping, punching, freerunning(parkour/tricking) where warmup is EVERYTHING or you WILL injure yourself. I'll be looking forward to see you anons get stronger in the future. As the anon I replied to said, it's all about keeping up with it, being consistant, avoiding surgar and carbs, getting enough calories, protein and fat to keep you alive. Make sure to drink lots of water and keep hydrated. Also, strech every morning and do a breathing routine, I suggest wim hof and then a cold shower, it's like free coffee that makes you stronger and more comfortable in every enviornment.
>>11202 >NEVER GO TO MUSCULAR FAILURE! among differences between eastern and western views on bodybuilding, the west is usually of the idea to push it as far as you can go whereas the east is saying to avoid pushing it to the maxx, putting more emphasis on lifestyle and regularity.
>>11212 Pushing it to max is one thing, that should be done every once in a while, but never past that point, you know? I've been through bootcamp and I know what happens when you push past that point of absolute failure. Lots of people I met were crippled for life because of it. The millitary covers this sort of stuff up, but I've found there is a very much open level of abuse from NCO's towards recuits, most often shitskin NCO's to White recruits. Things like refusing to let them have salt to the point of a major breakdown of their nervous system. I've experienced it myself, although not to that degree. I know >it isn't as hard as it used to be Is true, in that they are not allowed to literally beat you(they are it's just against policy, trust me, there were a couple nigs that stepped up and were dropped by a 5'4" mexican who could actually fistfight, was pretty funny, tbh) but more often then not White males are targeted with punishment, rather than nonWhites by nonWhite NCO's for various forms of abuse and overtraining. If I said more I'd dox myself, but know that doing 100 pushups in a few sets is one thing, and yet another is to push someone past muscular failure in every muscle group until they can't walk themselves back is something totally different. You can push yourself, just know your body and know your limits. Don't decide to go run an IRONMAN after you finish your first 5k or do 100 pushups in one set or something stupid like that. Moderate yourself, but keep steady improvement over time. You will notice the difference before you know it!
>>11202 I'm not sure about all the meditation and breathing aspects, but cold showers are great and I recommend them wholeheartedly to anyone. The shot of adrenaline/energy you first get is enough to keep you active and aware throughout the day. It's kind of like jumping into a cold pool or lake but every morning and more controlled.
>>10680 These calisthenics guides are better than nothing but they do nothing for the muscles of the low back. A strong back is important for preventing injury, and for those who prefer a minimalist approach it can be trained with kettlebells. >>11023 The classic /fit/ recommendation of starting strength is one of the best beginner programs but it only works for about 2 months if done as outlined in the book. The best option is going to be finding someone in person who can show you how to exercise safely. An average person trying to accomplish the goals you are looking for will succeed with most any weight training if done correctly.

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