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    Re: Enabling Fat People

    Quote Originally Posted by ResidentEvil7 View Post
    I will say my biggest weight loss failures came from lack of activity which is caused by lack of motivation.
    That's good, first step and the hardest is to identify there is a problem and what that problem is. Now come up with some solutions... Then put the solutions into actions and see what one(s) work best for you.

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    Re: Enabling Fat People

    haha, that's so fk funny

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    Re: Enabling Fat People

    Quote Originally Posted by ResidentEvil7 View Post
    I really should make more of an effort to lose weight and get my old 21-year old body back, back when I was about 175 pounds. I just hit 40 2 weeks ago and the last thing I want is to end up in a damn grave before my old age.
    All due respect Resident, you will never get your 21-year old body back, even if you drive yourself down to 175 pounds. But you can definitely get the best body a 40-year old man can have. Strive for looking your best as a 40-year old, not trying to recreate an unattainable ideal from your youth.
    Good luck, and remember, consistency is key here.

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    Re: Enabling Fat People

    I think this is one of the better lampoons I've seen of "Body Positivity".

    "If Body Positivity Logic was used Everywhere"
    https://rumble.com/v10yrip-if-body-p...verywhere.html

    "I'm comfortable with the level of knowledge I have now. Why should I feel pressure to learn more?"

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    Re: Enabling Fat People

    Quote Originally Posted by Montauk View Post
    About 2 in 3 women 20-30 are Obese or Overweight
    The average American woman 20 years old and up weighs 170 pounds and stands at 63.7 inches (almost 5 feet, 4 inches) tall.
    And the average waist circumference? It’s 38.6 inches.
    https://www.healthline.com/health/wo...ight-for-women

    That's not Middle Aged or Senior Women, just 20-30.
    Thank you for this disgusting fact.

    Quote Originally Posted by RustyNuts View Post
    Go camping, leave the boat at home and take the canoe or just row the boat... Take the hiking boots and include a swim in a lake if possible.

    Eating out? Eating out years ago for many families was eating outside... Not eating in a restaurant...
    This is my life style and might explain how I am at not over weight.

    I have gone as far as biking around for transportation. I exercise continuously during the day.

    Push-ups, I do not over complicate it or over think it. I can always bust out a set of push-ups, anywhere, anytime. Did a set just now.

    I suspect it has more to do with diet. If eat sugar, I know how much sugar I am eating. Ate a King Hershey’s bar earlier. 41 grams of sugar. 1 teaspoon = 4 grams. That’s 10 teaspoons of sugar. Knowing that I washed it down with a shake (Carrots, lentils, barley, peach, banana, and apple). I like to think I cut the sugar to prevent its negative effects.

    I am picky about oil consumption, extra virgin olive oil, coconut milk, or animal fats. Those new age highly processed oils are fucking useless and deadly. I avoid cooking oil, except animals.

    My staple foods are: Lentils, rice, beans, and oats. It's really had to get fat and it's cheap.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris007 View Post
    All due respect Resident, you will never get your 21-year old body back, even if you drive yourself down to 175 pounds. But you can definitely get the best body a 40-year old man can have. Strive for looking your best as a 40-year old, not trying to recreate an unattainable ideal from your youth.
    Good luck, and remember, consistency is key here.
    Men don't age the same as women, if a man puts in the work he can look ripped as fuck even at the ripe age of 64. And, a 40-year old fit person will look better than most people at 21 considering the ratio of overweight and obese people.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLjao_t22XQ
    Last edited by GrnB; September 24, 2022 at 9:29 AM. Reason: grammar

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    Re: Enabling Fat People

    What the fat acceptance crew don't want to admit is that fat men and women are view in disgust by healthy weighted people.

    They are not sexy and they are not wanted, as always the men get the full effect of this but women deal with this too(chad don't want them).

    They need to accept the fact that they either need to lose the weight to be more attractive or accept that they will be unwanted for the rest of their life. They also need to know that even of they are doing things right and losing weight they will still be treated as replusive until they loss at least half of the extra weight


    It's sucks but this is reality of things

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    Re: Enabling Fat People

    There is a deference, a woman being overweight, with curves, full figured, or whatever you want to call fat will be accepted by a simp... "Better to get some than be INCEL...)

    A man overweight, has to hit the "Last Call" at the pub and talk to a fat chick with confidence, with her drink of choice in hand, and a fist full of 50's, to maybe get a look in...

    At best the 80/20 rule applies, when a man is fat it gets to be a 95/5 rule and her Thunder thighs left the pub 2 hrs ago....

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    Re: Enabling Fat People

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Interesting indeed, and very informative.

    I particularly liked this:

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    Therefore, it is best to make sure we’re getting enough sleep first, so that our body can handle and respond positively to exercise.

    If you sleep less than six hours and still exercise excessively, it is detrimental to your body. People who don’t sleep well on a regular basis shouldn’t do intense exercises."

    Sleep is often overlooked as a factor in the whole “healthy mind, healthy body” scenario. We all have sleepless nights but irregular sleep patterns play a huge part in your body’s ability to cope with the stresses that life puts upon us.

    Diet is important yes, but so is sleep.
    I get 5 1/2 to 6 hours on a GOOD night. It is VERY rare that I end up with even 7 hours of sleep let alone 8.

    There are times (like over the past week) where I'll wake up after 4-5 hours and then I'm lucky to get back to sleep for another hour or two.

    Not sure what the reason is. I've done all of the suggested stuff (no large meals before bedtime, keep your room cool, etc). I think various jobs I've had might have contributed to it. I worked rotational shift work for 5 years and had other jobs with odd schedules.

    Insomnia tends to run in the family so maybe there isn't much I can do about it.

    I know that the insomnia has had a big affect on how much I can work out and what kind of results I end up with.

    Therefore, it is best to make sure we’re getting enough sleep first, so that our body can handle and respond positively to exercise.

    If you sleep less than six hours and still exercise excessively, it is detrimental to your body. People who don’t sleep well on a regular basis shouldn’t do intense exercises.

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    Re: Enabling Fat People

    Quote Originally Posted by Edwardhaskell View Post
    I honestly don’t see how people can eat so much. The cost of eating so much too. Maybe I’m lucky in some way but my body does not naturally want to be over 175 lbs…I was about 145lbs coming out of high school and had to make an effort to eat more to get over 160lbs. The extra 10-15 came from moderate weight training over the years. 145-160 seems rail thin to most people nowadays but our perception of what a healthy weight looks like are way out of whack. Most men (and certainly women) shouldn’t be near 200lbs….very few actually carry that much muscle with a decent body fat percentage.

    About a year ago my then fiancé wanted me on an anti-depressant (depressed a lot because of how I was used) and for once in my life it was like I could gorge myself without being disgusted by food. I thought it would be cool to see just how fat I could get and I did get up to 225lbs….incredible to me considering I had never been over 185. Good grief pulling myself out of a pool felt like I was a whale. Anyway, the relationship ended, I quit the anti-depressant and very quickly got under 200lbs.

    Maybe so many people being on psychiatric drugs is one factor contributing to the fatness?
    What height are you talking? There is a difference between 6'2 and 5'6.

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    Treadmills are good but nothing beats going out and walking go hiking up some big hills, even carry a backpack with weight in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brock View Post
    What height are you talking? There is a difference between 6'2 and 5'6.
    5’10


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