How much weight have you gained this month?

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby FantasticMrFox » Mon May 14, 2012 10:10 pm

endomorphs

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby dresden doll » Mon May 14, 2012 10:13 pm

BriaTharen wrote:Let's trade legs for a while. You can beat mine up and then give them back. Yay! Toned legs!


I'll give you my oversized calfs along with my comically muscular thighs. You can keep both.

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby HeavenWood » Mon May 14, 2012 10:13 pm

NeighborGuy wrote:
dailygrind wrote:Thing is, I don't think it's worth making a priority during the 1 month leading up to finals.

Fair enough. There are a lot of things I want in life that weren't on my priority list during finals. My physical and mental health, however, was not one of those things. It's more than worth it to me to continue using 3 hours of my week maintaining my health and happiness over finals; in fact, I'd bet my performance was better than it would have been had I spent that 3 hours a week beating my head against the books, but that's an unprovable point.
Some people really are genetically pwned though.

It's no secret that some people generally don't lose fat as easy as others. Still not an excuse. Weight loss is not rocket science, no matter how hard some people try to make it that way. If you burn more calories than you consume, you will make up the difference out of your fat reserves. Simple as that. If you're not losing fat, eat less or exercise more until you do start losing fat.
Fact is, most people could reverse their weight gain by making one or two simple dietary changes. Just one example: do you drink soda or beer, ever? Stop. Bam, you just carved a whole ton of empty calories out of your diet without having to do anything, AND you save money.
The bottom line is that if you're getting out of shape, and you don't want that, you have no excuse but your own laziness and lack of discipline. Stop trying to rationalize it. If you don't care about being in shape, fair enough, but the second you decide that you don't want to be, do something about it.

OK, asshole, you can get off the fucking soapbox now.

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby dresden doll » Mon May 14, 2012 10:18 pm

HeavenWood wrote:OK, asshole, you can get off the fucking soapbox now.


+1.

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby AZN MegaPoaster » Mon May 14, 2012 10:30 pm

fucking fatasses

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby Julio_El_Chavo » Mon May 14, 2012 10:31 pm

AZN MegaPoaster wrote:fucking fatasses


(skinny asian who can't even squat 150)

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby AZN MegaPoaster » Mon May 14, 2012 10:32 pm

Julio_El_Chavo wrote:
AZN MegaPoaster wrote:fucking fatasses


(skinny asian who can't even squat 150)


(mad as fukk fatass)

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby NeighborGuy » Mon May 14, 2012 10:48 pm

HeavenWood wrote:OK, asshole, you can get off the fucking soapbox now.

I'm done. /soapbox
Proceed to have your thread back where you may all reinforce and validate each other, safe from my cruel advice.

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby dailygrind » Mon May 14, 2012 10:49 pm

NeighborGuy wrote:
HeavenWood wrote:OK, asshole, you can get off the fucking soapbox now.

I'm done. /soapbox
Proceed to have your thread back where you may all reinforce and validate each other, safe from my cruel advice.


Lol. What a graceful, unpretentious exit that makes me think so much more of you.

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby HeavenWood » Mon May 14, 2012 10:51 pm

NeighborGuy wrote:
HeavenWood wrote:OK, asshole, you can get off the fucking soapbox now.

I'm done. /soapbox
Proceed to have your thread back where you may all reinforce and validate each other, safe from my cruel advice.

I'm a little skinny right now, but I did have weight problems in the past, and seriously, it was like one day someone flipped on a switch that kick-started my metabolism into overdrive--don't know why, don't know how. But back in the day, regardless of how much I exercised or ate right, it took a shit-ton of effort just to lose an ounce. Bottom line, don't tell people what is and is not easy to do.

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby sundance95 » Mon May 14, 2012 11:33 pm

NeighborGuy wrote:
dailygrind wrote:Thing is, I don't think it's worth making a priority during the 1 month leading up to finals.

Fair enough. There are a lot of things I want in life that weren't on my priority list during finals. My physical and mental health, however, was not one of those things. It's more than worth it to me to continue using 3 hours of my week maintaining my health and happiness over finals; in fact, I'd bet my performance was better than it would have been had I spent that 3 hours a week beating my head against the books, but that's an unprovable point.
Some people really are genetically pwned though.

It's no secret that some people generally don't lose fat as easy as others. Still not an excuse. Weight loss is not rocket science, no matter how hard some people try to make it that way. If you burn more calories than you consume, you will make up the difference out of your fat reserves. Simple as that. If you're not losing fat, eat less or exercise more until you do start losing fat.
Fact is, most people could reverse their weight gain by making one or two simple dietary changes. Just one example: do you drink soda or beer, ever? Stop. Bam, you just carved a whole ton of empty calories out of your diet without having to do anything, AND you save money.
The bottom line is that if you're getting out of shape, and you don't want that, you have no excuse but your own laziness and lack of discipline. Stop trying to rationalize it. If you don't care about being in shape, fair enough, but the second you decide that you don't want to be, do something about
dude you have to stop drinking beer to get ladiez to like you? Mebbe you should just be cooler, sounds a lot easier. HTH

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby jkpolk » Tue May 15, 2012 11:16 am

NeighborGuy wrote:
dailygrind wrote:Thing is, I don't think it's worth making a priority during the 1 month leading up to finals.

Fair enough. There are a lot of things I want in life that weren't on my priority list during finals. My physical and mental health, however, was not one of those things. It's more than worth it to me to continue using 3 hours of my week maintaining my health and happiness over finals; in fact, I'd bet my performance was better than it would have been had I spent that 3 hours a week beating my head against the books, but that's an unprovable point.
Some people really are genetically pwned though.

It's no secret that some people generally don't lose fat as easy as others. Still not an excuse. Weight loss is not rocket science, no matter how hard some people try to make it that way. If you burn more calories than you consume, you will make up the difference out of your fat reserves. Simple as that. If you're not losing fat, eat less or exercise more until you do start losing fat.
Fact is, most people could reverse their weight gain by making one or two simple dietary changes. Just one example: do you drink soda or beer, ever? Stop. Bam, you just carved a whole ton of empty calories out of your diet without having to do anything, AND you save money.
The bottom line is that if you're getting out of shape, and you don't want that, you have no excuse but your own laziness and lack of discipline. Stop trying to rationalize it. If you don't care about being in shape, fair enough, but the second you decide that you don't want to be, do something about


but y do fat ppl make u mad bro?

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Re: How much weight have you gained this month?

Postby rawrab » Tue May 15, 2012 11:53 am

do you drink soda or beer, ever? Stop


:shock: Stop drinking!?




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