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#320 - anonymous (07/02/2013) [-]
I'm in a pretty good shape, I go running regularly, and when I encounter a fat person jogging, all I feel towards them is respect. i don't feel any need to laugh at them or show off, so what they are fat, they're not sitting on a couch and now I can see them doing something in front of my eyes, and that's damn good. So you really shouldn't feel discouraged, I think most of the people would think of you this way.
#302 - matthewlc (07/02/2013) [-]
<----Problem resolved
User avatar #322 to #302 - jorah (07/02/2013) [-]
Solved.
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#294 - plaruti (07/02/2013) [-]
omg i hate this mentality.

Whenever (most) people at a gym see someone that is overweight and is REALLY busting their ass to get in better shape, we have a lot of respect for said person.

Working out when you're in shape is pretty easy, you are sore less often, cardio is easier to manage, and without all of that extra weight there's less pressure on our knees.

So excising and out of shape body is SO much harder! And we think it's awesome that people are trying to better themselves.

we're not staring because you're fat, we're staring because we're impressed that you're doing something about it!

<3
#311 to #294 - schokoplaetzchen (07/02/2013) [-]
Sadly, there are people who don't share your opinion.

I began jogging a few months ago. A few people saw it and two days later the whole village spoke about it (like OMG, you saw that fat chick running? I wonder how long she will keep up, I bet two weeks, haha). Everyone thought it was ******* ridiculous since fat people are always lazy and don't work out ever, you know, prejudices.
User avatar #312 to #311 - plaruti (07/02/2013) [-]
"(most) people at a gym"

there's always going to be douche bags everywhere you go. So surround yourself with the kind motivating people at the gym.

All you have to do is ask for advice, if the person is nice they'll give it to you with a smile and support you as you keep at it.
#315 to #312 - schokoplaetzchen (07/02/2013) [-]
We don't have a gym here.
#319 to #315 - plaruti (07/02/2013) [-]
i think you're missing the point of what i posted
User avatar #291 - carnagejc (07/02/2013) [-]
I am starting going to the gym this Friday, looking forward to it. Already looked around a couple gyms and I was very surprised. Ofc you get a few ******** as with anywhere, but for the most part I was surprised at how supportive and encouraging people were.

Fit people, in my experience, tend to respect those who are at least trying rather than complaining and doing nothing.

(I am skinny, and going to gain weight rather than lose it - but it works both ways)
#289 - lolsrsslybro (07/02/2013) [-]
All I feel towards fat people jogging is straight RESPECT. They've got ambition.
#287 - charolastra (07/02/2013) [-]
So I started running in the morning yesterday because I really want to start losing weight now. I ran for a couple of blocks for a good 40 minutes (and I was very tired, since this was the first time I ran in over a year), and as I was heading back to my apartment, right in front of the door to my building, I tripped and my left knee just scraped against the concrete for a good 12 inches. I now have a scraped knee and a wound that won't heal for a couple of weeks, meaning no running for me. I can't even walk correctly because the skin around it starts to tear.

And all that for wanting to lose a few pounds. Pic related, my knee right after the fall.
User avatar #295 to #287 - doodogger (07/02/2013) [-]
Put a bandage on it with plenty of antibiotic ointment and let it heal for a day, then start jogging again.

Richard simmons up in this bitch.
User avatar #292 to #287 - ludislavonac (07/02/2013) [-]
Well put a bandage around it
User avatar #288 to #287 - bitchplzzz (07/02/2013) [-]
Just stay fat, it hurts less.









Physically, that is..
User avatar #285 - Saundazzz (07/02/2013) [-]
When I was in the gym yesterday there was this huge girl on the treadmill. She was literally dripping with sweat and sounded like she was about to pass out. As I started lifting weights I heard her on the phone, now off the treadmill, ringing someone to tell them how far she had just run, and how many calories it had burnt. Over the course of the next 10 minutes, she must have rang about 3 or 4 people to tell them, and brag that she was now on the excersize bike. The were a lot of other people in the gym, all of them regulars who are much fitter, and could easily have run more than this girl had managed, but each of them gave a big grin or said "well done" as they walked past her. She literally looked so proud of herself. It warmed my heart, and I thought I'd share.
User avatar #296 to #285 - doodogger (07/02/2013) [-]
Love those kinds of stories.
#279 - articvibe (07/02/2013) [-]
Welcome to the 						*******					 cycle
Welcome to the ******* cycle
User avatar #278 - sockswithsandals (07/02/2013) [-]
Ive only drank one soda in two years
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User avatar #271 - zzzanzitron (07/02/2013) [-]
as an asian, i can easily burn fat even while slacking off, although i still jog 30 minutes three times a week.
that's why i am not fat, other than rice (limits fat that your body absorbed) and gene
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#267 - heziahrm (07/02/2013) [-]
I don't have a success story. I got chubby around middle school but then I hit puberty and thinned out. Since then I've been unable to bulk up as much as I want to. Good job to everyone else who has accomplished something though.
I don't have a success story. I got chubby around middle school but then I hit puberty and thinned out. Since then I've been unable to bulk up as much as I want to. Good job to everyone else who has accomplished something though.
#275 to #267 - XxMyNameIsChancexX (07/02/2013) [-]
That's my story in a nutshell.
That's my story in a nutshell.
#260 - bdowns (07/02/2013) [-]
**bdowns rolled a random image posted in comment #439 at Anon did good. ** I have started working out more and gained some muscle mass, pretty happy
User avatar #250 - freakaleak (07/02/2013) [-]
i love all these success stories. i am a girl who used to be 180 pounds, and now im down to 145. i am 6' tall so this is a healthy weight to be. what i have learned is that weight loss is about 80% diet, 20% exercise.
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#272 to #248 - anonymous (07/02/2013) [-]
It's actually:
"I eat because I'm unhappy, I'm unhappy because I'm fat, and I'm fat because I eat."

And that image should have a different format, demotivator isn't right.
#270 to #248 - bvsfang (07/02/2013) [-]
Until subway
#247 - archiferd (07/02/2013) [-]
Ive lost 25lbs since march 2012   
   
I don't even know what ive done differently
Ive lost 25lbs since march 2012

I don't even know what ive done differently
User avatar #255 to #247 - ferrettamer (07/02/2013) [-]
It could be cancer
User avatar #263 to #255 - fukkentyranitar (07/02/2013) [-]
Or AIDS?
#256 to #255 - archiferd (07/02/2013) [-]
Definitely
User avatar #269 to #256 - pooplol (07/02/2013) [-]
you probably lost a lot of muscle mass
User avatar #325 to #269 - archiferd (07/02/2013) [-]
I never had much to start with
#240 - jrondeau **User deleted account** (07/02/2013) [-]
I don't see any reason to not be incredibly proud of all the overweight runners out there. They're legitimately working hard to look better and feel better about their image, and at the very least they're not like all the other fatties I see who think they can cram as much down their gullets as they can so long as the word &quot;diet&quot; is slapped on the label.   
   
On a side note I've found that if you do pushups, bicycles (for abs), and some dumbbell curling during the cutscenes of games or during commercial breaks on TV,  you'll see a lot of improvement in your image pretty quickly, especially if you're a lazy 						****					 like me.
I don't see any reason to not be incredibly proud of all the overweight runners out there. They're legitimately working hard to look better and feel better about their image, and at the very least they're not like all the other fatties I see who think they can cram as much down their gullets as they can so long as the word "diet" is slapped on the label.

On a side note I've found that if you do pushups, bicycles (for abs), and some dumbbell curling during the cutscenes of games or during commercial breaks on TV, you'll see a lot of improvement in your image pretty quickly, especially if you're a lazy **** like me.
#233 - musicalninja (07/02/2013) [-]
It's called a treadmill, and if your to embarrassed to go to the store to buy one theirs always online. (Unless your poor)
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