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User avatar #400 - mojusk ONLINE (06/20/2014) [+] (2 replies)
its a question about how deep you dig your own grave.
the deeper you dig, the harder it is to get up.
the fatter you get, the harder it is to get fit-
#341 - serotonin (06/19/2014) [+] (1 reply)
My friends mother went to doctor   
Fr. Mother - But doctor I just cant loose weight.  It impossible.   
Doctor - Do you know that there no fat people in Auschwitz?   
   
Friend tought that doctor was rude. I think that he was right
My friends mother went to doctor
Fr. Mother - But doctor I just cant loose weight. It impossible.
Doctor - Do you know that there no fat people in Auschwitz?

Friend tought that doctor was rude. I think that he was right
User avatar #331 - qdmin (06/19/2014) [-]
Eat way less. Eat healthy. Exercise daily. If you're fat..there is no going to the gym 2-3 times a week. The amount of damage you've done to your body requires daily training. And yea it's going to be ******* hard, it's hard for fit people. Being fat is a personal problem and probably started by poor parenting and continued into adulthood. And don't even tell me you can't afford healthy food. If you can afford to be that fat you can afford healthy food and a gym membership. I seriously hate fat people with a passion because fat people are literally walking similes for "lazy" and "ignorant". Why should I have to feel uncomfortable walking through a hallway because a fat person takes up 2/3rds of it...i shouldn't. I have to be on my feet with no breaks for 8 hours a day for work in arizona's blistering heat and i can watch a fat person struggle to get out of their car and get their ******* 64oz soda and almost have a heart attack doing it. Just because fat people are the majority doesn't mean it's a legitimate problem, it's a personal problem. And personally i shouldn't feel bad for fat people. No one should.
#202 - robuntu (06/19/2014) [+] (5 replies)
I know people like to hate on fat people, but his answer is retarded. It's technically correct, but it doesn't make it any less retarded than the 9th grader who goes around slapping people and saying, 'BUT I DIDN'T TOUCH YOU!' Technically, he's right. Physics and all that jazz: physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23797/what-does-it-mean-for-two-objects-to-touch

But it's a pointless thing to say.
#215 to #202 - justtocomment (06/19/2014) [-]
What do you mean? His answer is a basic truth that can be applied universally. Burn more calories, eat fewer calories. There are plenty of other supplements and nutrients that can be involved, but at its core it all comes down to energy in and out like he said.
I was 310 pounds just a few months ago, and was on the upward slope. And I was too lazy to lose the weight. I made excuses, said I was healthy as I was, pretended that losing weight was too hard and I needed to go slowly about it... Then I lost a good job, got stuck with a ****** minimum wage job, roommate moved out and I was suddenly so broke I couldn't afford to keep eating as much. Having about 6 dollars a week to feed myself, and working a physically demanding job (as compared to the desk job I had before), I was suddenly down to 215 pounds. I'm still at that weight, because I continue to watch my caloric intake now that I have more money.
It's not comfortable, it's not fun, and it's not easy. The only reason I even managed to lose the weight was because the option was taken out of my hands and it was no longer up to my own willpower. But the fact remains that it is still just about energy in and energy out.
User avatar #199 - theugandanhero (06/19/2014) [+] (3 replies)
I really can't believe I just sat there and watched the whole thing
User avatar #206 to #199 - lumberjackery (06/19/2014) [-]
you picked the worst text color ever to read. but i share your opinion.
#194 - ludislavonac (06/19/2014) [-]
Yup, losing weight is pure maths. You need to consume fewer calories (or burn more) than you eat, it's as basic as that.    
3 months ago I started doing the P90X3 workout and downloaded the myfitnespal app to track calories. Went from 79 to 72kg (that's about 14 lbs of weight lost, for you american guys) and I feel fit as hell, my muscles are starting to grow and I finaly eat proper food.   
My 90 day workout cycle is over tomorrow, and I think I'll just start it over once more to lose a few more kilograms and then I'll start packing some muscle. gif is random
Yup, losing weight is pure maths. You need to consume fewer calories (or burn more) than you eat, it's as basic as that.
3 months ago I started doing the P90X3 workout and downloaded the myfitnespal app to track calories. Went from 79 to 72kg (that's about 14 lbs of weight lost, for you american guys) and I feel fit as hell, my muscles are starting to grow and I finaly eat proper food.
My 90 day workout cycle is over tomorrow, and I think I'll just start it over once more to lose a few more kilograms and then I'll start packing some muscle. gif is random
#193 - hellowhatsthis (06/19/2014) [-]
At the end of the day, everyone still deserves some level of respect. I cant imagine being ridiculed because of ones weight, but at the same time, being obese isn't something that should be advocated or protected.
#191 - stayoutofmyshed (06/19/2014) [-]
>curvy
fat as **** . DON'T WATCH THE SOURCE. MY BUTT ARHGHG
#185 - nctr (06/19/2014) [-]
genetics
#133 - FMLs (06/19/2014) [-]
my sister's friend has been one of the most active people i know for as long as i can remember. She eats right and doesn't spend much time just sitting around, but she has always been a very large girl. she's the rare 1 in 1001446 fat people that actually just cant lose weight The rest of y'all are just some lazy ***** I can say that because i'm a fat lazy **** too
User avatar #129 - teevee (06/19/2014) [-]
Even if fat is genetic; that's a problem, not an excuse. I could just say that it's okay for me to kill people because I have mental issues, when that's just a ****** situation that I have to deal with, not justify.
#42 - plwmar ONLINE (06/19/2014) [-]
User avatar #442 - guidedhand (06/20/2014) [-]
>Australia's overweight mentioned
>Swell with disgust
User avatar #273 - komandantmirkoo ONLINE (06/19/2014) [+] (10 replies)
from my experience i lacked motivation to lose weight. and the thing that motivated me was this annoying fat guy i know. the ****** lost around 40 pounds in like a month and it really pissed me off that he can lose weight and i can't. so i've been dieting for 2 weeks now and lost around 15 pounds. i need to lose like 100 more
#250 - Deavas (06/19/2014) [+] (8 replies)
well shes not wrong
some people are genetically fat
shes not
99% of the people who are fat are not
but some people are
User avatar #333 to #271 - labree (06/19/2014) [-]
I have to step in here, the question was"can some people not lose weight"the answer is no, period. genetic fatties CAN lose weight, its irrelevant whether they are thin or not.
User avatar #246 - sweetnothings (06/19/2014) [+] (4 replies)
ok I've only just started watching the whole video, but I have a question. The one fitness trainer asked if two of the larger women were healthy as in they got cleared by a doctor and stuff like that. Then some other larger women chimed in and said well just because you're fat doesnt mean your unhealthy... doesnt it though? I've only ever been told the basic increased risks that come with being overweight as well as limb damage and muscle wear etc... so how is it possible to be healthy but have all of those issues? I'm really not asking this in a bitchy way I'm seriously wondering if what I've been told is wrong or whatever
#303 to #246 - Bacabed (06/19/2014) [-]
The thing is that a lot of people confuse fat and heavy. I'm 280 pounds, I weighed 280 pounds last year. When I went to my doctor for my physical last year she was worried and wanted my cholesterol checked, wanted me tested to see if I was pre-diabetic. These are serious issues for a 21 year old to be dealing with. When I went in this year the first thing she commented on was that I look a lot better than I did last year. I'm still rather fat, and have a long way to go but those concerns she had are gone. My blood pressure isn't abnormal, my cholesterol is fine and there's no concern for me becoming diabetic.

That was a long example to show that you can be heavy and be healthy, but being pure fat and being healthy is a whole different story. I'm big but work on my joints so that they can move my weight without taking damage, a year ago that was not the case and running would literally hurt my knees. Floors still creak when I walk by, but my body doesn't. Now to the point: I think this is what women like in the vid are thinking. Because someone can be large and healthy that means that they can too, they don't realize the difference in body fat percentage and training to make it so our bodies don't go through Hell when we do physical activity.

Long story short: no, you really can't be "healthy" when you're obese. It just will not happen. You can be large (6'2" and 280 as I said before) and be okay, but it takes training and most of that weight needs to be muscle.
User avatar #219 - shemaledong (06/19/2014) [-]
Australia. A reasonable voice from around the globe. How pleasant.
The Journalist asks exactly the right questions. I wish we had that kind of jounalism left in Germany.
User avatar #208 - krizz (06/19/2014) [-]
And here I am struggling to get fatter
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