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#303 - I like you. 04/01/2014 on if we do the same we are pigs 0
#302 - Pardon - done it. Not a blazing six pack, but there will be on… 04/01/2014 on if we do the same we are pigs -1
#301 - You really want to start a debate on whether lifting weights o…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/01/2014 on if we do the same we are pigs 0
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#309 - wimwam (04/01/2014) [-]
Short term? No, that isn't what I was saying. Long term, both is better than just cardio. There is no debate about that. It is simply true.
#310 - frontwow (04/01/2014) [-]
Look at the situation that the guy is. He has to do something (earn money) in order to get to the gym. Where as he could simply do the same damn thing at home. Obviously, motivation is a factor. Short-term - HIIT, any other cardiovascular exercise wins hands down. Long term - same shit. The only difference is that in the long run you'll want more muscle mass which unfortunately, cannot be obtained through sheer cardiovascular exercise (to an extent). Be it short term or long term, when it comes to burning fat - any sort of cardiovascular activity (mentioning HIIT again) will beat strength/hypertrophy training. Now obviously you will burn MORE fat by having more muscle mass and doing cardiovascular exercise. But again, that is decision based on the person doing the workouts.
#300 - In addition, my tone comes from the fact that I see some peopl… 04/01/2014 on if we do the same we are pigs 0
#299 - Not saying that it's not hard. It's relatively hard. Takes les…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/01/2014 on if we do the same we are pigs 0
#306 - seymion (04/01/2014) [-]
I'm with you on the fact of it being possible to get skinny no matter what even for a guy so fat that can't move, it just requires him to stop eating so bad, and people do need to stop blaming everything else. I've heard people say stuff like "I'd kill for a body like that" but the person wouldn't stop eating candy and exercise for a few months, blaming it on metabolism or whatever.
#298 - Yeah, I definitely am coming of as a prick but I don't really … 04/01/2014 on if we do the same we are pigs 0
#58 - The key to proper results is consistency. Most importantly, th… 03/31/2014 on if we do the same we are pigs 0
#57 - If they can't get skinnier, they're doing something wrong. 250…  [+] (6 new replies) 03/31/2014 on if we do the same we are pigs 0
#67 - seymion (03/31/2014) [-]
He is right about the harder part, being fat while growing up give you an excess of fat cells, the cells that store fat at least. So while it's not at all impossible to get skinny after being fat it's much harder to become skinny and to stay that way.

Definitely worth the effort though.
#299 - frontwow (04/01/2014) [-]
Not saying that it's not hard. It's relatively hard. Takes less time than a skinny guy gaining muscle, but it's very much doable. As I've already mentioned, there are far more difficult things in life. I'd lower the tone down if we're talking about a fat guy who can't even walk by himself and is about to die from a heart disease. That would be difficult.
#306 - seymion (04/01/2014) [-]
I'm with you on the fact of it being possible to get skinny no matter what even for a guy so fat that can't move, it just requires him to stop eating so bad, and people do need to stop blaming everything else. I've heard people say stuff like "I'd kill for a body like that" but the person wouldn't stop eating candy and exercise for a few months, blaming it on metabolism or whatever.
#162 - chopsaw (04/01/2014) [-]
i can agree with that, though with no scientific proof. i however was a fat kid, lost a bunch of weight after struggling for years, and ended up gaining it all back, just trying to get back on track.

ps frontwow although your intentions appear to be good, you are coming off as a prick, its hard to loss a lot of weight, and harder for other people depending on there situation, metabolism etc. its great you lost your weight but there is a difference between aggressive reinforcement and making someone who is struggling feel like shit, while 'puffing your chest up" (for lack of better term).
#300 - frontwow (04/01/2014) [-]
In addition, my tone comes from the fact that I see some people here blaming it on metabolism. That's what infuriates me - looking for excuses. You fat fuck, get off your ass and move.
#298 - frontwow (04/01/2014) [-]
Yeah, I definitely am coming of as a prick but I don't really care. The fact of the matter is - want to lose weight - work for it. There are far more difficult things in life than getting over your pathetic excuse of a depression and getting out and working for the goal that you wanted. I have no greater respect than for the people who I see are tubs of lard in the gym. If I see some sort of improvement, I will ALWAYS come up to them and compliment them. Be it a skinny guy trying to gain weight, or a fat guy trying to lose some. I might be a prick, but I'm right.
#54 - you're, not your. **** 03/31/2014 on if we do the same we are pigs 0
#52 - To lose fat, the stupidest thing that you would do is go to th…  [+] (7 new replies) 03/31/2014 on if we do the same we are pigs 0
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#56 - eating (03/31/2014) [-]
already did insanity. only first month tho. thats my problem, i always do something and i just lose motivation, thats why i wanna go to gym, because half my friedns are already there and they are doing cardio and lifting together, and they have fun. thats why they are not losing motivation. i wanna try it atleast.
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#191 - wimwam (04/01/2014) [-]
Wow wtf don't listen to that guy. Lifting weights = more muscle mass. Muscle burns calories, simple as that. Don't get me wrong, cardiovascular health is very important, but if you want to lose weight you really should do both. +1 to you for wanting to improve yourself though.
#301 - frontwow (04/01/2014) [-]
You really want to start a debate on whether lifting weights or cardiovascular or HIIT burns more fat and which taps faster into the fat energy cells? Really?
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#309 - wimwam (04/01/2014) [-]
Short term? No, that isn't what I was saying. Long term, both is better than just cardio. There is no debate about that. It is simply true.
#310 - frontwow (04/01/2014) [-]
Look at the situation that the guy is. He has to do something (earn money) in order to get to the gym. Where as he could simply do the same damn thing at home. Obviously, motivation is a factor. Short-term - HIIT, any other cardiovascular exercise wins hands down. Long term - same shit. The only difference is that in the long run you'll want more muscle mass which unfortunately, cannot be obtained through sheer cardiovascular exercise (to an extent). Be it short term or long term, when it comes to burning fat - any sort of cardiovascular activity (mentioning HIIT again) will beat strength/hypertrophy training. Now obviously you will burn MORE fat by having more muscle mass and doing cardiovascular exercise. But again, that is decision based on the person doing the workouts.
#58 - frontwow (03/31/2014) [-]
The key to proper results is consistency. Most importantly, the meal plans. Try getting a friend to do it with you. I'd be willing to bet my arm that you didn't even do half of the exercises. You didn't push yourself hard enough. A friend doing it with you motivates you to go that extra mile. The internet is full of motivation. Google it. Kris Gethin, Steve Cook, Harry Ranson.
#54 - frontwow (03/31/2014) [-]
you're, not your. FUCK