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Who want smaller waist line?
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Posted 1/19/10
its hard to lose weight after u gain it. but i read this one article about being able to exercise too much. and its hard because some people remember that they could eat all they want as a child and still not get fatter or get more weight
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Posted 1/19/10

MIraka wrote:

its hard to lose weight after u gain it. but i read this one article about being able to exercise too much. and its hard because some people remember that they could eat all they want as a child and still not get fatter or get more weight


yeah I agreed it is quite hard to loose weight after gaining weight, but I will try my best to getting back into shape. ^ o ^
Posted 1/19/10

autumn_dreamsicle wrote:

Does it seems like many people want a smaller waist? In the 19th century women wanted to have a smaller waist line to fit in to corset, and they even take out their rib cage. What is your extreme to want a smaller waist line?


OMG...corsets. *cringes* I hear women had horrible health problems because of that, and their internal organs would get all fucked up from their waist being squished abnormally small. >.<

I think my waist could be just a tad smaller. It's 32"...that's pretty bad. I'm not fat or anything, but my waist is just..gahh!! Yeah, I'm trying to work out more... I found this workout thingy by Jillian Michaels in a magazine my mom bought and I was like, ooh!! this is perfect!! Mixes strength moves + cardio...so it should be foolproof. ^^


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Mostly, it's just a matter of self esteem. I'm fine with any way i look, it doesn't really matter. Just being fine self-esteem and socially-wise, you'll eventually find yourself in a more fit position than you were if you were always alone and kept pushing yourself down. Extreme workouts and all those superstitious ways of losing weight don't always work. Anyway, back on topic. Yeah a smaller waist-line would be nice-ER. No homo, anywho.
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Posted 1/20/10
Im a size five, so i want to stay that way but just burn a couple pounds off my stomach and arms
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I think a 1-3 sizes are to small but that's to me and it can be dangerous for your health too. When was that small ever time i got sick i had to be put in the hospital and on I.V's. I am happy 5.
Posted 1/20/10
i want my waist to be bigger
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Posted 1/20/10

rainy_days_and_days wrote:

I think a 1-3 sizes are to small but that's to me and it can be dangerous for your health too. When was that small ever time i got sick i had to be put in the hospital and on I.V's. I am happy 5.


yeah it is true that certain height matches different sizes. For me I feel healthier when I was a size one.
Posted 1/20/10
nope I look fine
Posted 1/20/10
Mine is super small .....so i don't need one
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Posted 1/20/10

LosingOrbit wrote:


snuckles108 wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:

Work out and stop being so damn lazy in doing it, but of course people want the easy way out, so they do plastic surgery and throw up when it's not that hard to go out and take a walk or do a couple of sit ups in your room.



Sit-ups and walking don't actually lose that much pounds you need extreme workout. If you're not sweating hard and your muscle aren't tired your not really giving your body a full workout.

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I know but it's a start, right?

That's why I take boxing. It's really fun. We burn 1,000 calories with each lesson, but I guess the down side is that every muscle in your body is sore afterward...but at least you get to punch stuff.


How long have you been in boxing? If its longer than 4-6 months or about a year (or more) you shouldn't feel any soreness if you do feel any pain in the abs area,legs,chest, and feet keep on pushing. In wrestling we were taught to jogged for 40 minutes,25 push-ups,20 curl ups, and 20 switches in that 40 minutes.

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Posted 1/20/10
i dont need one... xD
im EXTREMELYYYYYY small yet i eat a ton and never exercize lol i feel so luckyyyy.
do wish i wasnt so childish looking tho... >__> im 14 and often get mistaken for a 10 yo.
Posted 1/20/10
PSH no i have an already small waistline 27inch waist line >_>
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Actually, I just started a week ago, so of course there would be soreness. My instructor said that himself. I have asthma, so it's kind of difficult to keep up with everyone, so I go at my own pace. In my boxing class, we do a number of physical activity such as sit up, squats, push ups, punches, round houses, uppercuts, jumping jacks, running in place, ect. all in one hour, and we burn a lot of fat along the way.
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I want a bigger waist line.
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