View Full Version : Fatboy will be Fatboy for life( yes or no)


Alexandros
09-17-2009, 08:16 AM
i see fat/chubby people getting in shape exercise, lipposuction, diet nutrition all that and then after it they get back at being fat again, i think its just genetics. wut do u think?

Spartacus Sully
09-17-2009, 09:01 AM
Thyroid problem.

mrboxer
09-17-2009, 09:52 AM
maybe its just to many big macs:beerchug:

Spartacus Sully
09-17-2009, 10:52 AM
Cheese on your big mac is 5 extra grams of saturated fat

mgkirkpatrick
09-17-2009, 10:55 AM
the problem with lypo or crash diets is that they don't address the reason the cunt got fat in the first place.
fatties need to make sensible changes they can maintain.
the ones that make an effort to get half an hour of moderate exercise most days and cut sugary junk out of their day to day diet will have much greater long term success than the ones who start by slashing their calorie intake in half and exercise 3 hours a day

Junito-Rulez
09-17-2009, 11:01 AM
NO, i was a fat kid until my 14/15. Then i did Kickboxing, soccer and running. Now i'm 150 pounds and as tall as DLH.

Magician
09-17-2009, 01:07 PM
Yes, the reason I am only 134lb is because of regular soccer and boxing. I even tried my best, eating like 3 pizza hut pizzas in a day, eating a lot of chicken wings, all this stuff to gain weight (it actually gave me lots of health problems and high blood pressure instead... something I didn't know that would happen if I ate crap).

But I excercise everyday, so it's not easy. I gained like 146lb of eating non stop KFC, Pizza Hut in large quantities. You can kinda call me like an athlete. I eat like some KFC, then I manage to work it all off from excercise. Now for HEALTH reasons, I went onto a more healthy diet and went down to 134lb (im 6'2) (maybe even less or a little more, I havent checked recently)

And whenever I go to the boxing GYM, I can lose to about an average of 3lb-5lb, depending on my work.

Plus there was some fat boys I knew who became pretty thin from playing soccer.

and mgkirkpatrick who da **** are you to talk like that with someone with a health problem, you ****in punk, i know plenty of people who hardly ate anything and i would be eating like 2 pizzas and they was like "you're going to get fatt!!", when they eat only just a salad and if they eat anything else they'll gain like 10lb

josh-hill
09-17-2009, 03:33 PM
its all about lifestyle and will power. those that get fat generaly get there because of an unhealthy lifestyle and few peope (everyone not just fat people) have enough will power to change their lifestyle totaly.

Pork Chop
09-18-2009, 11:04 AM
Well I think that age has something to do with it

it's not that common for a kid to be chubby, hit a growth spurt, and then never have to deal with weight again - look at the kid from stand by me & tom cats (the dude married to rebecca romajin) Jerry O'Connel; he was a fat kid, as he got older he dropped the weight and grew taller.

that's not the same as a dude who works out all through high school & college, is able to maintain his weight whatever he eats or drinks, and then suddenly around age 30 finds himself with a gut that just won't go away.

the first type is not doomed to being tubby
the second type only has so much he can do; short of starvation to, drop a ton of weight - and starvation only works so long, eventually there's health problems or a backlash that packs the weight back on worse than ever.

Joachim
09-18-2009, 12:39 PM
IF you can make healthy lifestyle decisions that is what is going to save your life. But if youre going to cheat and take the easy way out, that is where youre going to fail and continue in a cycle. All i can say is **** the lazy people who are too weak willed to do it. If you have a legitimate medical condition that is making you have this weight problem, that is understandable, but as somebody else said, If you like eating mcdonalds all day and youre too much of a lazy prick to do the work, then go **** yourself.

oniham
09-18-2009, 03:43 PM
I think it depends on the person honestly, if they are weak willed then they will become fat again. If they decide to make a lifestyle change and to stick by it then they will keep the weight off

MikeT86
09-18-2009, 05:49 PM
Some of its genetics some of it's will power some of it's lifestyle.
If I'm 55 my life is set etc I'm not going to worry about putting 5-10 lbs on.

But some people just have a hard time keeping weight down even with good lifestyle exercise etc.
Others just aren't going to put much weight on ever.
For example my best friend and I are at opposite ends of the spectrum on that, I eat about the same amount as him, work out much more drink a lot less, I have to work to get my weight down, he on the other hand can see his ribs even when he's wearing a shirt.

TheNegation
09-18-2009, 08:53 PM
It's a lifestyle change. /thread.

shyboirank#1
09-19-2009, 01:44 AM
the only time ill be fat is when im retired and old ...

and lol i dont think jared from subway will ever be fat again lol

andalusian81
09-19-2009, 10:03 AM
No dude discipline is the key

itzlinky
10-07-2009, 10:24 AM
Well. I was a whooping 210lbs (average) 5' 7 up until slightly over a year ago when I got into exercising (typical cardio/weightlifting) at least 2 times a week.

Now that I've gotten into boxing, bjj, and muay thai was well...I generally either 'train' or exercise a minimum of two times per week and have been keeping my weight off (and often losing still....along with reducing body fat percentage).

At 151lbs now, about 13% BF from 18% (when I was 190lbs)

Technically, my New Years resolution was to be 185...but I ended up being like 16x or so. Now it's been over six months since my year anniversary, and I'm down to 151 without trying, LOL.

Alexandros
10-07-2009, 01:35 PM
yeah but fatboys need to exercise a lot and lots of discipline stuff to keep them in tone otherwise they just go back to being fat again. :haha:

aje
10-07-2009, 06:33 PM
Josh & oniham are correct !

Think about it , to someone who is FAT , what is going to taste better to them ....

A) oats with honey & almonds

Or

B) bacon , sausage , beans , egg & toast ?

Trust me i know , will power is say 60% of it i reckon !

Yeah the diet is the main thing , but you need the will power to say no to the unhealthy stuff !

Ie : i used to be 13st 7lbs , now im 19st 10 lbs (was 20st 6lbs at the start of september) but im boxig 4 times a week , doing judo twice a week , lifting and swimming & eating VERY healthy and it is gradualy coming off !

It's not a 'genetic condition' as i HAVE been slim !

Just some people eat like f*ck and do not exercise at all (i know many people like this) and it doesnt do nothing .... and some people just arent that lucky !