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#68 - Fast food really is bad for everyone athlete or no. People sho…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/15/2013 on steroids and photoshop -2
User avatar #70 - damping (11/15/2013) [-]
They burn off all the calories and fat, so it really is not bad for them at all. Unless, you think you know more about nutrition than some of the worlds greatest athletes who have been training for years for the Olympics.
User avatar #71 - klavi (11/15/2013) [-]
Did you even read what I just wrote? How healthy food is is not connected to the amount of calories it contains. Yes athletes could eat MacDonalds all day long and burn of all the calories working out and competing, but they would severely lack in vitamins, and minerals.

I have studied sports, healt and nutrition for 3 years so I thingk I should know something, don't you
User avatar #72 - damping (11/15/2013) [-]
First of all, McDonalds food is not completely devoid of vitamins and nutrients. Second I never said that all they will ever eat is fast food, that is just silly. My point is, if you excersize enough, having fast food every once in a while isn't bad for you at all.
User avatar #73 - klavi (11/15/2013) [-]
Well that we can agree on. Doing cocaine once a year isn't bad for you at all euther. Everything in moderation ;)
#259 - You do realize you contradicted yourself there right? … 11/12/2013 on That boy aint right 0
#256 - Not solid enough by far. This isn't a study, this is an articl…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/12/2013 on That boy aint right 0
User avatar #258 - sketchE (11/12/2013) [-]
im gonna look at to groups mainly. people like me who do eat throughout the day and remain healthy at a good weightt. then those who eat three big meals and gain weight. neither of us excercise yet one consistantly has a lower weight. anther thing were told to do without thinking for ourselves is to count calories and limit our intake of stuff that tastes good because its always bad for us.
User avatar #259 - klavi (11/12/2013) [-]
You do realize you contradicted yourself there right?

I myself eat three (relatively) big meals a day inside a window of 8 hours a day and have constantly lost body-fat and gained strength and muscle mass throughout the last year.
This way of eating allows me to get a feeling of being full and satisfied after every meal (as opposed to spreading them out over 6 small ones) and the process of fasting the other 16 hours of the day brings with it a goodiebag of benefits also.

My main argument is that you cant generalize like you do, saying "the ones who eat this way gains weight and the ones who eat that way doesn't". The people who eat more calories than they use will gain weight and the people who eat less calories than they spend looses it. Its that simple.

You might wanna check out these two guys for more info on what I am talking about:
rippedbody.jp/
www.leangains.com/
#252 - That fits the description yea. Also "what everybody in my…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/11/2013 on That boy aint right 0
User avatar #253 - sketchE (11/12/2013) [-]
by fitness instructor i mean the guys who actually have a degree backing them up

www.webmd.com/diet/features/increase-your-metabolism-start-losing-fat
made by a doctor. reviewed by a doctor solid enough for you
User avatar #256 - klavi (11/12/2013) [-]
Not solid enough by far. This isn't a study, this is an article full of opinions (some of them are pretty sound though, like the sleeping part, don't skimp out on your sleeping), where are the test subjects and the graphs that show how metabolism goes up the more frequent you eat?
Yes, the fitness instructors will tell you that partly because it is the commonly accepted truth and has been for a long time. And who do you think benefits from you thinking you have to eat 6-8 times a day to stoke your metabolic fire? That's right: the companies who make powders, shakes, bars and meal replacements. Do you think they can benefit from you using your own head, counting your calories and eating your vegetables?
I'm not trying to be a deuche here. The fact is the only thing that matters is calories in Vs. calories out.
User avatar #258 - sketchE (11/12/2013) [-]
im gonna look at to groups mainly. people like me who do eat throughout the day and remain healthy at a good weightt. then those who eat three big meals and gain weight. neither of us excercise yet one consistantly has a lower weight. anther thing were told to do without thinking for ourselves is to count calories and limit our intake of stuff that tastes good because its always bad for us.
User avatar #259 - klavi (11/12/2013) [-]
You do realize you contradicted yourself there right?

I myself eat three (relatively) big meals a day inside a window of 8 hours a day and have constantly lost body-fat and gained strength and muscle mass throughout the last year.
This way of eating allows me to get a feeling of being full and satisfied after every meal (as opposed to spreading them out over 6 small ones) and the process of fasting the other 16 hours of the day brings with it a goodiebag of benefits also.

My main argument is that you cant generalize like you do, saying "the ones who eat this way gains weight and the ones who eat that way doesn't". The people who eat more calories than they use will gain weight and the people who eat less calories than they spend looses it. Its that simple.

You might wanna check out these two guys for more info on what I am talking about:
rippedbody.jp/
www.leangains.com/
#99 - And here we have a fine example of bro-science. There are no s…  [+] (6 new replies) 11/10/2013 on That boy aint right +1
User avatar #250 - sketchE (11/11/2013) [-]
by bro science you mean the intructions almost any fitness instructor will give you?
User avatar #252 - klavi (11/11/2013) [-]
That fits the description yea. Also "what everybody in my gym thinks" and "what that shredded guy told me".

Now go looking for some studies that support your claims ;)
User avatar #253 - sketchE (11/12/2013) [-]
by fitness instructor i mean the guys who actually have a degree backing them up

www.webmd.com/diet/features/increase-your-metabolism-start-losing-fat
made by a doctor. reviewed by a doctor solid enough for you
User avatar #256 - klavi (11/12/2013) [-]
Not solid enough by far. This isn't a study, this is an article full of opinions (some of them are pretty sound though, like the sleeping part, don't skimp out on your sleeping), where are the test subjects and the graphs that show how metabolism goes up the more frequent you eat?
Yes, the fitness instructors will tell you that partly because it is the commonly accepted truth and has been for a long time. And who do you think benefits from you thinking you have to eat 6-8 times a day to stoke your metabolic fire? That's right: the companies who make powders, shakes, bars and meal replacements. Do you think they can benefit from you using your own head, counting your calories and eating your vegetables?
I'm not trying to be a deuche here. The fact is the only thing that matters is calories in Vs. calories out.
User avatar #258 - sketchE (11/12/2013) [-]
im gonna look at to groups mainly. people like me who do eat throughout the day and remain healthy at a good weightt. then those who eat three big meals and gain weight. neither of us excercise yet one consistantly has a lower weight. anther thing were told to do without thinking for ourselves is to count calories and limit our intake of stuff that tastes good because its always bad for us.
User avatar #259 - klavi (11/12/2013) [-]
You do realize you contradicted yourself there right?

I myself eat three (relatively) big meals a day inside a window of 8 hours a day and have constantly lost body-fat and gained strength and muscle mass throughout the last year.
This way of eating allows me to get a feeling of being full and satisfied after every meal (as opposed to spreading them out over 6 small ones) and the process of fasting the other 16 hours of the day brings with it a goodiebag of benefits also.

My main argument is that you cant generalize like you do, saying "the ones who eat this way gains weight and the ones who eat that way doesn't". The people who eat more calories than they use will gain weight and the people who eat less calories than they spend looses it. Its that simple.

You might wanna check out these two guys for more info on what I am talking about:
rippedbody.jp/
www.leangains.com/
#127 - My uncles and aunts are exactly the same. My father has blonde… 11/08/2013 on Waking Up 0
#43 - Even though the point is probably true (I have absolutely no k… 11/08/2013 on Romeo And Juliet 0
#27 - I cant get the face-mimicking thingy right. Whenever it tells …  [+] (1 new reply) 10/15/2013 on you like mudkip? 0
#47 - xxxsonic fanxxx (10/15/2013) [-]
Do you not have a soul?
#296 - I'll give it one last try. Kiaserzerg here provides an impress… 10/08/2013 on Some people just don't get... -1
#288 - I see you are a master at getting besides the point. G'day to …  [+] (2 new replies) 10/08/2013 on Some people just don't get... 0
User avatar #289 - pwoneill (10/08/2013) [-]
What is the point im missing
User avatar #296 - klavi (10/08/2013) [-]
I'll give it one last try. Kiaserzerg here provides an impressing list of traumatic events witch caused him depression. The point I was trying to make with the picture of the extremity-challenged fellow was that people with trauma and difficulties in their lives can overcome it, defeat it so to speak and move on. Whereas people who really have all they need, never have experienced traumatic events and should just "be happy", but still are depressed and suffer from anxiety don't have that opportunity.
#282 - That was not my point either. My point was that you can be dep…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/08/2013 on Some people just don't get... 0
User avatar #285 - pwoneill (10/08/2013) [-]
profit is not implicitly equal to monetary gains. he had a fufilling life speaking and attempting to help others. i dont know if he has money...
that man just does have arms and legs....he doesnt have a serotonin reuptake disorder
User avatar #288 - klavi (10/08/2013) [-]
I see you are a master at getting besides the point. G'day to you random person on the internet.
User avatar #289 - pwoneill (10/08/2013) [-]
What is the point im missing
User avatar #296 - klavi (10/08/2013) [-]
I'll give it one last try. Kiaserzerg here provides an impressing list of traumatic events witch caused him depression. The point I was trying to make with the picture of the extremity-challenged fellow was that people with trauma and difficulties in their lives can overcome it, defeat it so to speak and move on. Whereas people who really have all they need, never have experienced traumatic events and should just "be happy", but still are depressed and suffer from anxiety don't have that opportunity.
#241 - This dude looks pretty happy, and he has no arms or legs. That…  [+] (6 new replies) 10/07/2013 on Some people just don't get... -3
User avatar #259 - pwoneill (10/07/2013) [-]
he also is a rarity in that his condition is so unique he haas found a way to profit from it. life isnt that damned simple....
User avatar #282 - klavi (10/08/2013) [-]
That was not my point either. My point was that you can be depressed with no apparent reason too and that is probably harder.
And about life being "that simple": I'm not the one insinuating that money makes one happy here...
User avatar #285 - pwoneill (10/08/2013) [-]
profit is not implicitly equal to monetary gains. he had a fufilling life speaking and attempting to help others. i dont know if he has money...
that man just does have arms and legs....he doesnt have a serotonin reuptake disorder
User avatar #288 - klavi (10/08/2013) [-]
I see you are a master at getting besides the point. G'day to you random person on the internet.
User avatar #289 - pwoneill (10/08/2013) [-]
What is the point im missing
User avatar #296 - klavi (10/08/2013) [-]
I'll give it one last try. Kiaserzerg here provides an impressing list of traumatic events witch caused him depression. The point I was trying to make with the picture of the extremity-challenged fellow was that people with trauma and difficulties in their lives can overcome it, defeat it so to speak and move on. Whereas people who really have all they need, never have experienced traumatic events and should just "be happy", but still are depressed and suffer from anxiety don't have that opportunity.
#67 - Seriously though if you haven't finished the show you either s… 10/05/2013 on description 0
#62 - The amount of Pokemon-content today is very pleasing.  [+] (1 new reply) 10/04/2013 on Out of Moves +2
User avatar #67 - mutzaki (10/04/2013) [-]
It's probably because it's only eight days left now.
#89 - Farfetched mega-evolution confirmed!  [+] (1 new reply) 10/03/2013 on Pokemons response to the... +1
User avatar #94 - axeaddonis (10/03/2013) [-]
A farfetch'd evolution? That would be R'duckulous
#73 - Wait! What if the bottom of the chest is pressure-sensitive so… 09/29/2013 on Zelda Chest - Made In... +3
#59 - I am on a strict diet and I just tried to eat my computer monitor 09/26/2013 on I would LOVE to try these +2
#125 - Comment deleted 09/26/2013 on Yes there is bench sitting... +1
#54 - Thanks for this 09/21/2013 on Down with simon 0
#20 - I'm a European and I have no idea what's going on.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/20/2013 on Later Nerds +1
User avatar #21 - fjusernumberone (09/20/2013) [-]
It's fine. Under the normal circumstances the guy with the ball usually kicks it down the field but instead fakes a hand off to the guy who runs behind him by sliding the ball around his back and then while the defenders go after the guy who they faked the ball to, the punter (kicker) runs with it down the field for the score.
#64 - You just described one of the main functions of the muscles perfectly.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/12/2013 on Doctors hate this guy! +4
User avatar #76 - omfgitszack (09/12/2013) [-]
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.
#169 - Picture 09/02/2013 on Gotdamnit Superman +1
#105 - There is this new app called vine that lets you make 7-second … 09/01/2013 on Sheep protest 0
#733 - First of all: I'm not a pothead. I don't smoke. I don't know w… 08/29/2013 on :) +1
#409 - Tell me your recreational activities and I will tell you they …  [+] (2 new replies) 08/28/2013 on :) +3
User avatar #693 - elitehacker (08/28/2013) [-]
I didn't say to ban them because i don't like them, i state my reasons. if you are that dumb that you overlooked them at went straight into me attacking your activities... i like to work on cars, do yardwork with my neighbors and by myself and any other way i can do yardwork (like for a church business mail office whatever needs to be done), fix up computers for people, and i like to help people medically on and off duty as an emt. none involve buying substances to get high or otherwise trip out.

it should only be used for medicinal purposes.

anyway, i'm not gonna argue with potheads. they'll always come up with some bullshit excuse and blah blah blah. you're like a kid that has had his toy taken away. many alternative toys, you just want the one toy because you're too simple minded to do otherwise.
User avatar #733 - klavi (08/29/2013) [-]
First of all: I'm not a pothead. I don't smoke. I don't know where you got that from, but prejudice like that won't get you far.

Now: Many of these substances are NOT being used for their medical values because, you guessed it, their banned. Even though scientists keep coming up good uses for them (read recent studies on LSD and mushrooms)
So you say getting high is useless? How about your yardwork? What good does that really do? (I must admit most of your pastimes look like work to me, seems kinda pretentious) So why should something "unproductive" I (hypothetically) like to do be banned, but not the unproductive things you do? I might go as far as to say that your yardwork is selfish and wasted as long as your not planting trees in the chopped down rainforest.

(And now I haven't even gotten into all the mind expanding experiences people have had with different drugs, why is that less important than your computer work?)
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