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Old 05-31-2016, 08:58 PM #25
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Originally Posted by motivational View Post
I guarentee that if you eat at burger king everyday of the week from childhood to late twenties, you will not be skinny.



Scroll down a couple of posts and have a look at what you said.



It's easy to be skinny, don't eat very much food. It doesn't take a bloody genius to work it out. Google "Basic metabolic rate" and read a couple of pages on it, then come back and continue aruging if you wish. Your family obviously eats a healthy diet and does a fair amount of exercise. That's not the case for every family. Metabolism is just an excuse for skinny people and fat people to moan about how it's not their fault that they have terrible bodies. It does exist, but it's nowhere near as bad as it's made out to be.

Height is completely genetics, however if you don't eat enough. You wont grow to your full potential and be as tall as you could be. I can't argue with you there.


Firstly, the amount of calories you eat is dependent on your weight, not your height. So both men would weigh the exact same weight.



270 at 10% bodyfat isn't possible naturally but yes, you are correct with this idea. Tall people will weigh more due to their longer limbs and longer muscle bellies. They however, don't carry more muscle (I don't know if you were trying to say that they were, it was hard to tell
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) It's just because they're taller they weigh so much more. It's like trying to say that Joshua would be stronger than Mike Tyson. Although Mike weighs far less, he'd kill Joshua in the ring and the gym.



He simply uses PCT and cycles off? I don't see how you find this hard to understand. Aslong as he never goes above his natural limit, he will be able to keep the muscle. I've seen valid proof of this from personnal experiences.



Ask anyone else on this forum who's knowledgeable on steroids. You can take them long term and have very little side effects. Some steroids are more dangerous than others though, you're definately right that some are extremely dangerous like trenbolone and anavar. However testosterone really isn't that bad, worst case scenario is you mess up your hormones and end up on TRT for the rest of your life.[/QUOTE]


I sincerely don't know where you learned that if two people eat the same amount of calories they will be the same weight. My friends are around the same height (an inch taller) and have 60+ pounds on me and they eat only 1500 calories a day. I eat 3000 calories per day and struggle to get up to 132. I burn only 200-300 calories from physical exercise. The rest is natural. They walk around miles everyday so they are burning calories.

I still never said anything about a 200lb man having bad joints. You're going to have to highlight it for me if it's even there.

I've taken biology classes all throughout high school and will be majoring in biology in college so you could say I know a thing or two about basal metabolic rate. Better than what you learned off of wikipedia.

Metabolism is a real thing and maybe you have a superiority complex because weight is put onto you easy but it is undeniable.

I am too tired to enlighten you on all of the biological processes that we have discussed but I'm sure you could find a pdf version of the standard college biology textbook.
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