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20 / F / ireland
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Posted 12/6/12
Nope. I'm 7 stone, the perfect weight for a 19 year old girl of my height.

I am however, very unfit and don't do enough exercise while eating rubbish and drinking Irn bru
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28 / M / New York
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Posted 12/6/12
In a way yes I am obsessed. Unlike most people I'm trying to gain weight. Goal is between 180-190. I was piling down the food and started working out with P90X. I lost too much weight to fast and have since been trying to get it back. So in my case it's hard to bulk up without turning to mush.
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Posted 4/21/13
I don't give af about my weight .
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24 / M / Alliance, Ohio
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Posted 4/21/13 , edited 4/21/13
I've been overweight since as long as I can remember.. Finally got tired of it this year and started eating healthy and working out... Down 75 pounds, still a lot to go... but I feel good.

The only depressing part is that even if I'll likely still weigh close to 300 pounds...in good shape... Just because of my crazy ridiculous height...
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19 / M / Canada eh
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Posted 4/21/13 , edited 7/13/13
I was born fat so I guess you could say I was embarrassed about my weight when I was young.

But today, right now, I have that "I don't really give a shit" attitude. Excuse my french.

I started going to the gym around a year and a half ago, and I researched stuff on weightlifting. That's when I came across people called "Powerlifters." In case, you don't know what powerlifters are, in a brief summary, they are basically people who aren't ripped, but they lift some heavy ass weights. Again, excuse my french. Just go on google and search powerlifters.

When I read about them, that's what I decided I would do in the gym.

A year and a half later, I am now a beast :P

If you want to ask what my lifting stats are, don't be afraid to shoot a PM.


And for the ladies,

I know it's easier said than done, but you have to try to not give a shit about what other people think about you.

Trust me, you will feel happier and better about yourself.

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Posted 4/21/13
Nope. I've been the same weight for years and im still told constantly im underweight. Oh well.
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20 / M / San Antonio, TX,...
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Posted 4/21/13
I am a little....yet so lazy not to go running or work out So, I can't say I am if I am not willing to kick the weight off xD *140 LBs in case you were wondering.*
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31 / M / Finland- The Cave...
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Posted 4/21/13 , edited 4/21/13
I am very much obsessed with my weight. I am trying really hard not to get under 120 kg, its my ideal weight, gives me enough aditional force to use in manovers that require sifting body weight without hindering my movement, as my body shape is pretty wide boned most people don't even belive I am way over 110 kg in size.

So yeah, I recon thats a way to be obsessed about weight, not to want to be slim.
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20 / F / LV.
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Posted 4/21/13
Not really. I've always been pretty small and petite. I also like to run and go hiking, so I guess that counters all the eating I do.
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31 / M / Houston, TX
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Posted 4/21/13
Not obsessed, but I try to check on it once a week and keep it to a reasonable number.
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24 / F / Australia
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Posted 4/21/13
In high school I was overweight due to binge eating (caused by other emotional problems) and felt bad about myself. Over the years, my body did change and I started to focus on being 'fit' and 'healthy' instead of 'skinny'.

While I'm the right weight for my height now I eat fairly healthily and workout regularly and so long as I'm doing that I don't worry about my weight as much.
Posted 4/21/13
I guess to a certain degree I'm obsessed with my weight. I don't count my calories. I do follow a few motivational/health food blogs though. I try to hit the gym at least three days a week. I was tired of feeling like crap all the time, so I cut junk food out of my diet two months ago. I tried to do this a few years ago and failed terribly. It seems to be working much better this time around though. I don't know why. I guess my emotional attachment to food has just waned over the years. I get my weekly coffee drink now and I'm pretty much good to go the rest of the week (as far as sweets go).
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Posted 4/21/13
Hardly. Eat & work out the rest will solve itself into shape.
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25 / M / California
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Posted 4/21/13
I'm not really obsessed, but once I start approaching 140 or 141 or something, I cut back and get more physical activity. I'm currently about 136 and my weight usually doesn't fluctuate much now. +/- 3 pounds over the course of a week at most.
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22 / M / SoCal
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Posted 4/21/13
I'm comfortable with how I am. I admit I should probably work out a bit more than I do but it doesn't bother me. Never been one to be too into peoples bodies though and I understand its not what you look like that determines who you are
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