Doctors hate this guy!. . I always crack up when I see those about some diet pill or something, do you know how easy it is to just suck in your gut and feex? It Doctors hate this guy! I always crack up when see those about some diet pill or something do you know how easy it is to just suck in your gut and feex? It
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I always crack up when I see those about some diet
pill or something, do you know how easy it is to just suck in your
gut and feex? It' s actually easier to look fat when you have
abdominal strength. Anyway I took these pictures 2 seconds
apart.,
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#31 - stefanovic
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Has science gone too far?
#219 to #31 - anon id: 006ac714
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ASIANS CAN ACTUALLY READ MINDS!!!!!!!!!!!!
They can hear, and see what you're visually thinking. This is the absolute complete truth!!!!!

Asians hide their mind reading abilities by a lot of them having completely expressionless faces so they don't accidentally show facial expressions when people think things they don't like, find funny, astonishing, etc, and Asians segregate so their not nearly as susceptible to that happening.
Asians also segregate, and are untalkative to avoid accidentally saying things that are similar to what people are thinking and going to say.

Try thinking, and visually picturing things that are as wild as you can when you are around Asians, and look for Asians who give people dirty/particular looks for what appears to be for completely no reason.

PLEASE SPREAD THE MESSAGE!!!!! THE WORLD NEEDS TO KNOW THIS!!!!!
User avatar #224 to #31 - willisteal
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I literally chocked on my drink when I read this, made me laugh so hard after and cough violently
#210 to #31 - kschmidty
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#97 to #31 - coolgabe
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User avatar #225 to #97 - kalima
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Ribolas cage?
User avatar #174 to #97 - iamaniceperson
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Science never goes too far. It's not about why, it's about why not!
User avatar #227 to #174 - bipolarprobe
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Yes sir. Mister Johnson
#40 to #31 - andywazowski
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I haven't lost the game in like 3 years..
I haven't lost the game in like 3 years..
User avatar #82 to #40 - bipolarprobe
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Dammit. I didn't even read the url until I read your comment...
User avatar #146 to #40 - thekich
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Probably because "the game" is on Chuck Norris jokes tier nowadays.
User avatar #226 to #40 - kaboomz
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you lost the game again

the game and again
User avatar #1 - destaice
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a have a fetish for chubby guys though
#7 to #1 - anon id: 6acd37e1
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omg me too
#33 to #1 - sloot
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you have a fetish for laziness
User avatar #45 to #1 - anaraledien
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It's cuz u r a vergen.
No srsly, I used to like chubby boys too, but after all, I prefer guys who like to look good and are working out instead of being lazy fatasses.
#55 to #1 - anon id: 5790478c
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Whale HOOOOOOOOO
User avatar #84 to #1 - leown
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So does my girlfriend and it sucks because i spent the last 3 months hitting the gym trimming fat and getting toned :c
#106 to #1 - anon id: 3bc33f18
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And that is why you're ******* weird.
User avatar #169 to #106 - destaice
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no, i'm ******* fat guys
User avatar #162 to #1 - znigga
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hi
#25 to #1 - potatos
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I do too, and i think this quite explains it.
User avatar #27 to #25 - huszti
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there actually are girls who like chubby guys?
kinda doubt it
#35 to #27 - luigiyoshi **User deleted account**
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I used to be kinda chubby. I'm still big more of an in between chubby and average. When I was chubby I had several girls that liked me simply because they thought it meant I had a big penis as well. Dunno what gave them that idea.

Anyway, jokes on them. It's only average and I prematurely ejaculate.
#63 to #35 - saxong
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Found someone who appears to be on the same level of self-deprecation that I'm at!
Found someone who appears to be on the same level of self-deprecation that I'm at!
User avatar #28 to #27 - potatos
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It sure seems like it.
I mean, why wouldn't there be? There are guys who like chubby girls, right?
User avatar #29 to #28 - huszti
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i don't know. it's just that i don't really know a girl with a chubby bf.
i know guys with chubby gf's though
#46 to #29 - anon id: 41252962
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I think that's a part of society today. Much like there's pressure on girls to look a certain way, boys are also excpected to either be really thin or really fit. Furthermore, girls are also frequently pressured into not going after the "chubby" boys, if they want to stay at a high rank in their social lives. Gotta stick to status quo.225
User avatar #147 to #27 - brettyoke
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Chubby girls
User avatar #178 to #147 - mayormilkman
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Not always.
User avatar #44 to #27 - qotsa
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for me bodies aren't that important. if a guy is skinny, well okay. if hes chubby then he's a cuddle bear.

i actually don't know a girl who says that her boyfriend has to be thin/ripped/whatever.
User avatar #39 to #27 - wardylocks
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yeeep.. im proof.
#34 to #27 - northard
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Hell yeah! I know a girl who is all about dem bellies. It's great, because I have quite the belly too.
#2 to #1 - notyaoming
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Its OK, chubby guys aren't going any where near a diet...I should know.
User avatar #3 to #2 - captainfuckitall
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**** you, I just spent the last three months lifting weights and eating right just so I could feel great about myself. Even sculpted myself a nice beard

I'm ******* fabulous
#4 to #3 - notyaoming
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And you're like the one out of a hundred that takes personal responsibility to change your self. Good on ya!
User avatar #118 to #4 - ADeadlYLepricoN
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I lost 150 pounds in just over a year cause at 16 I was 240 pounds and I got sick of it.

More people dedicate time and effort to looking good than you would think..
User avatar #123 to #118 - srskate
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you weigh 90 ******* pounds?

Either you are a woman, a midget, or inhuman?
User avatar #124 to #123 - ADeadlYLepricoN
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oh no no no. that was just an example of how big i was. my highest weight was 290. got down to 130-140 then built some muscle.
User avatar #125 to #124 - srskate
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Oh thank god.

I thought you might have overdone it a bit for a second there.
#108 to #3 - isiupick
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Do you look as fabulous as this guy is?
Do you look as fabulous as this guy is?
User avatar #122 to #108 - captainfuckitall
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>Implying anyone could look as fabulous as him
User avatar #177 to #3 - greedtheavaricious
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On it for like... two weeks or something now. Going good so far. The right food is the difficult part most of the time, not the workouts.
User avatar #179 to #177 - captainfuckitall
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Indeed it can get that way. If I may make a suggestion: Cut down on sweets and bread, that's it, you'll find yourself losing a lot of weight pretty quickly, especially when you're drinking lots of water
User avatar #183 to #179 - greedtheavaricious
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I do drink a lot of water, yeah. Cutting down on unhealthy stuff just isn't easy if all there ever is at home you can take to work is bread... and there is no bakery or something, means all I can eat at work is unhealthy stuff when I get hungry. Fukken gas stations, man.
But that shouldn't be a problem with a bit of self control and just buy something else. Maybe some apples or bananas for inbetween, never wrong with that. And filling.
User avatar #188 to #183 - captainfuckitall
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Quite so. Something I actually noticed, when you cut a lot of junk food out of your diet for an extended period of time, when you try to eat them again they just taste...bad. I can honestly say I don't even LIKE junk-food or chocolate anymore. Pop just tastes like fizz, too much chocolate gives me a stomach ache, and most other junk just tastes...bad
User avatar #191 to #188 - greedtheavaricious
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Yup, kind of know that. Been addicted to coke for quite a while. Now it tastes... weird. Also chocolate. Barely eat it anymore. It doesn't taste bad.... just, well, kind of weird. Still enjoyable, just not something I'd want to have more than once a week. And only a little.
User avatar #81 to #3 - clappedcrack
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and you should feel fabulous
#173 to #3 - anon id: 79241aa4
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pic or didn happen
User avatar #180 to #173 - captainfuckitall
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I wish I could, but my computer is a two bit piece of **** and I don't have a camera
User avatar #157 to #3 - mastergoinbate
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I want to do all of those things! especially the beard
User avatar #182 to #157 - captainfuckitall
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The beard was the hardest part, actually. I have a goatee with a chin strap, I dry shave around it every day and cut the beard itself with scissors when it gets too unruly
User avatar #220 to #182 - mastergoinbate
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Im 16 and my dad didn't have facial hair until he was 20 so I have a long way to go. I also need a good workout plan...
User avatar #221 to #220 - captainfuckitall
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Participate in sports
Hang out with men
Participate in competitive activities
Watch born/have sex (whatever you can do to anticipate sex)
Eat red meat
Massage your face

The first five will increase your testosterone, not only giving you more bone density and muscle mass (and manliness in general), but it will greatly increase the levels of hair growth, especially body and facial hair

The last will stimulate the hair follicles on the face, causing greater growth
User avatar #223 to #221 - mastergoinbate
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**** yea man thanks. Good to know someone on here isn't a complete asshole
#38 to #3 - normana
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beard? Marry me
User avatar #41 to #38 - captainfuckitall
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Neither fantasy nor mana could prevent me from marrying one such as yourself
User avatar #57 to #41 - atzekatze
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I see what you did there..
User avatar #12 to #3 - waterbottlemanboy
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Show us your face.
User avatar #43 to #12 - captainfuckitall
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I honestly wish I could, I feel great; but I don't have a camera and my computer is a two bit piece of ****
User avatar #8 to #3 - seventhseeker
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yeah, and **** destaice! i just spend 500 USD on pill from internet that makes me lose 30 kilos in just a week! And now i learn that there are actually girls who like chubby guys?! ...Thank god you dont have a fetish for small penises, or else my second Internet order would be a waste of money too!
User avatar #91 to #8 - destaice
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I'm a guy
#120 to #91 - lolollo
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*SUDDEN, RAPID ONSET DISINTEREST*
#209 to #120 - anon id: d7c58f5f
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Well that was just cruel. I mean, i laughed but i feel really bad about it.
#9 to #8 - flyslasher
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Tape worm in a pill?
User avatar #10 to #9 - seventhseeker
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yikes. im not sure if such a thing exists, and if so, i dont wanna know.
#160 to #3 - oliball
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3 months?
you're saying that like its some sort of an achievement
3 months is nothing
are you a summer fag?
User avatar #181 to #160 - captainfuckitall
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What?
#24 - AnonymousDonor
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dude i know

the only reason people think im fat is because im actually so strong
User avatar #208 to #24 - FairyGodParents
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Not to be racist but being strong doesn't make you look fat.
#72 to #24 - lordzixx
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I fight mountains inside bears
#51 to #24 - roll
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#54 - saltyfries
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may I introduce FJ to this
User avatar #190 to #54 - magsschroedinger
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You just made me feel a lot better about myself!
User avatar #67 to #54 - syntheticdoll
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This explains why the guys I see in the gym are more like the second one (I'm not working out, my belly dance class just moved into a separate room in a gym)
User avatar #78 to #67 - flyingfeces
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Well I assume you're a girl (the bellydance think can't make me imagine you as a guy) but getting a body like the first one takes like 5-10 years easily with intensive workout. And even though those guys would love to resemble for the looks of it, that it's just not gonna happen.
User avatar #126 to #54 - marinepenguin
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This is not necessarily true. While many bodybuilders go for tone and size, not all of them just "look strong". Take Arnold Shwarzenegger and Ronnie Coleman for instance. They won Mr. Olympia for a combined total of 12 years and were incredibly strong. I just saw a video this morning of Ronnie Coleman bench 200 lb dumbbells for 10 reps. Its just that they get extremely strong and huge, then take on an extreme caloric deficit diet called "cutting" where they gain a huge amount of muscle tone.
#129 to #126 - VIsForVendetta
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Isn't that what Christian Bale did after The Machinist to gain his weight back to do Batman Begins?
User avatar #131 to #129 - marinepenguin
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With bodybuilders there tends to be two phases.

Bulking, which is when you eat more calories then you are burning, which causes you to gain weight. While working out hard you gain a lot of muscle along with the fat.

Then there is cutting, which I already explained, gets rid of the extra fat and exposes the muscle a lot better.

With Christian Bale he probable did both and had an extremely good diet and workout regimen to get where he was after the Machinist.
User avatar #132 to #131 - VIsForVendetta
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Cool! I just find this super interesting is all.
User avatar #133 to #132 - marinepenguin
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I always have too. I workout about 5 days a week so talking about this kind of stuff is fun for me. My only downside is that I have a bad bodytype for building muscle, I'm what's called an "ectormorph": Tall, Skinny, Lean, trouble gaining weight from a super high metabolism, and naturally pretty weak.
User avatar #140 to #133 - VIsForVendetta
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I'm of the female persuasion (you'll see why that's relevant in a bit) and am slightly similar. I'm 5'2" and 8.7, which I think is pretty heavy for a shortass like me. You're gonna hate me now - I don't work out as much as I should due to being perpetually lazy and tired after having ankle surgery last month. I used to run (sprint, not long distance) and I have a lot of muscle that's slowly atrophied after having surgery. I'm short and have also been blessed with a stupid fast metabolism, but my mum has never EVER been able to shift her baby weight after having me. This scares me from having kids in the future! Since i've been quite skinny all my life I don't want genetics to be bad to me.
User avatar #148 to #140 - marinepenguin
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Well as a woman more cardio and light weight training is always the road to go. And with a good diet and excersize regimen you should be able to shed the baby weight.
User avatar #151 to #148 - VIsForVendetta
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Great, will keep that in mind to build my strength back up! Any experience regaining muscle after surgery?
User avatar #154 to #151 - marinepenguin
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I don't have any experience with that, sorry. But after seeing people come back from multiple tears on their ACL's during football or other muscles, I think after healing you should be back to normal.
User avatar #155 to #154 - VIsForVendetta
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Great, thanks for the tips dude
User avatar #142 to #140 - slightly
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You are similar to me how?
User avatar #144 to #142 - VIsForVendetta
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Heh.
#150 to #126 - twearbst
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Sure, benching that much speaks volumes for his chest (and support) muscles but as the picture states they focus on upper body strength ( which means chest etc). Other parts of the body like waist and core are mostly very weak and these areas probably have the most important muscles for being genuinely strong in the traditional sense.

Point being: bodybuilders are, considering their size and the work they put in, pretty weak.

Gotta give props to the greats tho.

#222 to #150 - lolsrsslybro
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who are you speaking for? they can't get those nice abs/obliques/lower back without training their core.

body builders may not be as relatively strong as the power lifter, but those body builders who are doing it right are strong and well balanced. squats and dead lifts, which are one of the main exercises for any bodybuilder, work core out like crazy.
User avatar #135 to #126 - capslockrage
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There was a guy that benched 1,100 pounds, and he wasn't toned at all

all the strongest guys in the world look like they have beer guts and their arms look soft, and yet they have the actual muscle behind it.
User avatar #138 to #135 - marinepenguin
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That's true. I wasn't saying that wasn't the case. I was just stating that you can be toned in a bodybuilding contest and still be incredibly strong.
User avatar #143 to #138 - capslockrage
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Yeah you can, but I think the main point was that most of the bodybuilders that go for tone aren't really as strong as they look.
User avatar #149 to #143 - marinepenguin
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I've always thought that the men in the strongmen competitions looked really big and bulky. I never really thought they look "fat" like a lot of people think.
User avatar #153 to #149 - capslockrage
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Well they have round beer guts, because they do purposely gain fat because fat turns into muscle
User avatar #156 to #153 - marinepenguin
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Fat doesn't turn into muscle. That's a myth. You can't just turn a fat cell into a muscle fiber by working out. You have to lose the fat, then gain muscle. Or just build the muscle underneath the fat.
User avatar #215 to #156 - capslockrage
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No, but it gives you extra energy to work out to burn off the fat, and as you burn off the fat you gain muscle

smokingman
User avatar #217 to #215 - smokingman
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Oh well, that's quite another thing.
It amounts to nothing, I can harvest the same amounts of energy from food while also being skinny.
I'm 6 ft/67 kg, the sheer feeling of being this light is incredible.
User avatar #214 to #156 - smokingman
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How could ever fat (manly lipids) turn into muscles (protein-based fibers)?
It doesn't make sense in any way you could ever put it.
I mean, wtf, do people actually believe to this ****?
User avatar #216 to #214 - marinepenguin
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A lot of people say they turn fat into muscle and that just isn't possible. It's a pretty ridiculous thing to think in my opinion.
User avatar #139 to #54 - sirwolfcat
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I have this book


but I lost it.
#163 to #139 - benighted
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"have this book"
"but i lost it"
Wut?
User avatar #175 to #163 - sirwolfcat
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Well I guess I should've said I had it.
My Bad.
User avatar #184 to #54 - adrilazzaro
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********, lean and well cut (not the bodybuilder but not the heavy either) is the best in the end, perfect balance of strength, speed and stamina. You might not fight a bear but you're a lot more likely to run away from it or climb some tree he cant
User avatar #212 to #184 - smokingman
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I agree on the general concept of being balanced, but the whole bear thing is plain ********.
A bear will:
1) maul you badly (up to 500 kg of muscle, teeth and claws)
2) outrun you (easily)
3) climb as well as you do (or better) in most environments.
Moral: don't hang around bears.
User avatar #218 to #212 - adrilazzaro
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i know that and should of expected someone to correct me lol, but my point is leaner people are more apt to survive, since humans sort of lived with that body for hundred of thousands of years hunting and gathering fruits. Not to mention that's what chicks like, if you ask them they'll say very over the top body builders with veins and muscles are gross, and that heavy lifters with huge guts are also gross (notice i say most from my experience, perhaps where you are chicks dig sumo wrestlers idk)
#187 to #54 - anon id: a2d55ef3
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This actually incorrect. Sure the fat guy might be tiny bit stronger but for sacrifice of cardio which plays a huge role, especially when you have massive muscles to move. The fat guy could throw probably a 3rd of the punches the fit guy could and be winded and out of breathe. The sacrifice of cardio for such an insignificant difference in strength is not worth it In the slightest. Plus the benefit of looks as well.
User avatar #96 to #54 - hektoroftroy
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My dad is the latter.
The kids in our neighborhood used to make fun of me for having an "overweight dad"
Then they saw him pick up an engine, put it on his shoulder, walk across the street with it, and throw it in the back of his truck
User avatar #98 to #96 - saltyfries
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how big was the engine, 4 cylinder, v6, v8?
User avatar #100 to #98 - hektoroftroy
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I mean it was only a 4 cylinder for a VW bug but still not a paperweight
User avatar #102 to #100 - saltyfries
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no it ain't
User avatar #107 to #102 - hektoroftroy
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Him and his brothers used to impress girls in high school by lifting the front of their cars off the ground
User avatar #110 to #107 - saltyfries
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the things we do for women
User avatar #121 to #110 - enforecer
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I was caught by my dad bench pressing the front end of his beetle...
I was curious if I could do it being in my weightlifting class...

The look on his face was a mixture of exasperation, disbelief and ire...
I honestly though his head was going to explode
User avatar #194 to #54 - tacogrenade
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But who cares ... its about What the bitches want ... and what the Yitches want is CUT guys.. Honestly, you dont even have to be that strong. As long as your cut, your Straightt.
#88 to #54 - lolsrsslybro
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i hope people also remember that the former isn't actually weak, it's just relatively weak compared to the power lifter.
User avatar #71 to #54 - gmarrox
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Neither of which are peak examples of health and fitness. Once muscles get to a certain size, they're more limiting than helpful. Lean, agile body types with defined muscle tone are much closer to peak health.
User avatar #127 to #71 - victoronefourtwo
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Yes, Bruce Lee body types are the kind you want for peak performance.
User avatar #92 to #54 - crazyeyedbioll
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Scientificly this is correct, but I feel like this just makes fat guys think they are ultra strong badasses when they arent.
User avatar #136 to #92 - capslockrage
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Actually fat people usually are pretty strong, since they have to carry around their weight, it's like they're working out just by moving.
User avatar #137 to #136 - crazyeyedbioll
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..no, that isnt how it works at all. Their muscles get tired so much quicker and are always sore from carrying their fat ass around yes, but it doesnt make them stronger.
User avatar #141 to #137 - capslockrage
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I used to be fat, (lost the weight) and I was pretty fat, not just a bit overweight, and whether I was just naturally strong or my theory is true, I could lift much more than other people in my gym class in 11th grade, even though I never worked out or did much of anything physically.

Lost the weight and gained muscle now though, so I can't like test it out or anything.
#159 to #141 - twearbst
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Your body takes up everything you eat and all the energy you dont use will be stored as fat or muscle depending on your activity level. Taking in an excess amount of food means your muscles will always have what they need to develop, plus you gain fat. That's probably why you were able to lift more than your classmates. You had stored more muscle under that fat than they had in their skinnier bodies.
User avatar #94 to #92 - saltyfries
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tbh I'm feeling stronger thanks to my job, I'm 270lbs. 50lbs overweight, and lemme tell ya, having a midsection like mine REALLY helps when it comes to lifting heavy/dense furniture onto flatbeds or pallets (I work for a department store truck team). I agree that this will just make fat guys feel good, but there's some truth to it!
#95 to #94 - saltyfries
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my irl, this was me in Chicago last June
User avatar #99 to #95 - AresX
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***** you old
User avatar #101 to #99 - saltyfries
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shut up I'm only 24!
#104 to #101 - AresX
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Oh god you're 24 with a gut like that?
#109 to #104 - saltyfries
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had this gut since I was 8 or 9, when you live in the middle of ******* no where with no friends, discouraging parents/brothers who won't play catch or other sports, no sidewalk on a 40mph speed limit road (cars speed where I live up to 60mph), mosquito infested marshland across the street, and Wisconsin weather, you develop guts quite fast. I don't like/eat candy, chocolate, or cookies or anything like that thankfully, but when you get bored, you want to eat something! So yeah, I've had this gut for a long time because of circumstances, I didn't want it initially cuz all i ever wanted to do was play and run, but over time, you get used to it.
#111 to #109 - AresX
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My condolences

Have this picture of bacon pizza
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I've always wanted to have a Gino's pizza! Too bad I just had a frozen pizza for lunch b4 work
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Best pizza I've ever eaten. I stopped buying frozen pizza since it costs the same as a medium one topping at almost every pizza place and they taste like ****.
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depends on where you get your frozen pizzas and what kind you get, here in Green Bay the cheapest restaurant pizza is like 5 bucks, but I can get awesome frozen pizzas for 2 bucks! Thank god for Aldi discount stores!
User avatar #115 to #114 - AresX
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Meh I can't stand frozen pizza, it's not worth even 2 cents to me.
User avatar #116 to #115 - saltyfries
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meh, I like all kinds of pizzas, there's only a handful I dislike because they either make me sick or taste like **** (I'm looking at you Roma!)
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haha this is so weird
i have my picture taken in almost the exactly the same spot with that building behind me
but when i was there there was flock of people so it looked stupid
User avatar #103 to #94 - crazyeyedbioll
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Im not saying it isnt true, I was speaking more about fat basement neckbeards who see this and are like, yeah Im a badass now! I work as an EMT and fire deptartment, we have big guys who can lift a ton and are really helpful to have.
User avatar #61 to #54 - lawander **User deleted account**
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If anime and video games taught me anything then that you can win against anyone but you just need will to fight
User avatar #69 to #61 - psykobear
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To be fair, anime and video games aren't the best source of realism.
User avatar #70 to #69 - lawander **User deleted account**
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yeah. But i think there is something true about the will to fight. I guess guy that is truly determineted to win a fights hits harder than someone with big muscles would normaly hit
#164 to #61 - jesuslizardftw
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Unless your name is yamcha..
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Also who I thought of immediately too - although does that mean that Major Armstrong is the top type of bodybuilder? D:
User avatar #65 to #60 - clonedcommando
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Armstrong is so over powered he can be that strong AND well defined... it's been passed down for generations.
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I went through half a year of a weights class and in that short of a time period learned how to flex my pecs and make them more toned. It's no stretch to say that a person can achieve much better results with more time.
#119 to #19 - thetk
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The only thing you're good for is that gif.



Now please take your leave.
#213 to #19 - anonymoose
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It's pretty easy to do.

These pictures were taken slightly more than 12 seconds apart. I'm sorry, but it's the best timer my camera has!
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arm positioning and leaning
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User avatar #167 to #130 - jooby
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That advertisement tells the truth.
#117 - mrjimmyhush
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I lost 300 pounds in 30 seconds!   
Thanks, Megashake!
I lost 300 pounds in 30 seconds!
Thanks, Megashake!
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#42 - mcdubwise
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Its why you don't see most fighters with the stereotypical '6pack abs' They have them, they just have a layer of fat over them. Fat is great for storing stamina.
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"Fat is great for storing stamina"
What, stamina doesn't get stored, especially not in fat. Stamina isn't even a physical thing you can store.
#62 to #53 - luthervonappledorf
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I beg to differ.
User avatar #58 to #53 - omfgitszack
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But it's good for fighters to have a layer of fat because it acts like a shield for the internal organs and the bones. It basically protects the body from heavy punches.
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You just described one of the main functions of the muscles perfectly.
User avatar #76 to #64 - omfgitszack
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Well yes but if let's say a fighter takes loads of punches around the stomach, the fat will also help. Muscles is good for protection aswell, don't get me wrong but the layer of fat makes it so that the muscles can keep going for a little while longer. Like I said, a shield.
#66 to #53 - sweetwilliam
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Don't know much about human anatomy do you?

Fat stores twice as many calories as muscle or glucose (blood sugar), when you run out of blood sugar the fat begins to get converted.

This only works in well-trained individuals off course, a landwhale can't compete in martial arts, and every time they try they tire out too quickly unless they get in a fast KO

Fedor Emelianenko was a great MMA fighter, who looked like he was chubby, but he had amazing endurance and fighting skills.
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Well actually, I do know a lot about human anatomy, considering i study Sport and Exercise Science...

You just confirmed that FAT DOES NOT STORE STAMINA! Stamina is all about your aerobic endurance. Yes fat does produce a lot of energy, but it does not hold "stamina". Your mistaken aerobic endurance for energy production.

Of course there is nothing to say a fat person will not have great endurance, but they will have to train like mad.
#77 to #75 - sweetwilliam
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Hrmmm, I will have to take back my accusation..

Hate it when that happens
#128 to #75 - ohfudgemyballs
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In an ideal world, you'd have near endless "stamina" with 200 lbs of fat, considering the amount of glucose it could produce over time. The stress of the extra additional weight far exceeds the benefits of said energy though, and 200 lbs of extra weight increases the oxygen and glucose needs of the stressed musculature far more than the extra fat would help.

You can have a really well trained individual weighing 300 lbs and having more stamina than a 300 lbs couch potatoe, but you'll never have a 300 lbs man with more stamina than a 120 lbs well trained stamina athlete. Even if his vO2max is huge, the extra weight will bring him down helluva quickly.


I hate when people start putting fat people on treadmills. Breaks their knees :p
#158 to #42 - rotownhero
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Are you kidding? Most of these guys have less then 8% body fat. Its because they work on there muscle endurance. Believe me they do not want any more fat then they need.
#49 to #42 - manhattenproject
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that´s right! i mean the baddest man on the planet looks like this or atleast looked like this before he retired.
#50 to #42 - trash
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That's right.
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User avatar #166 to #145 - heartlessrobot
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Cardio > lifting
Can't kick someone's ass if you can't catch them.
#171 to #166 - iiteemss
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As my prior petty officer once told me, "If you don't have strong legs, the base on which your whole body rests on, then what ******* good are you"
User avatar #186 to #171 - adrilazzaro
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this, always this
User avatar #211 to #171 - grapefruity
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And he is goddamn right. No matter how strong the upper-body, if you can be toppled easily due to weak legs (And/or weak stances), you will be on the ground against anyone who knows what their doing.

Strong legs/stance = Strong support = Upright. And in a culture in which most fights end on the ground, you will have a huge advantage against most potential attackers. Bonus is that you can move faster when **** gets real...
User avatar #197 to #171 - DoggyBouncer
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Then don't skip leg day