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Posted 7/1/14 , edited 7/1/14
I eat whatever I want, my diet only consists of junk food (literally) and I still manage to stay skinny. Although recently I've noticed that my belly is getting a little bigger (While my wrists and ankles and arms still look like a skeleton). So I'm trying to get a little more exercise, I am pretty sedentary.
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I have not read every reply, so excuse the redundancy if this has been said previously Once you hit 21, keep the exercise consistent or start getting some! (I mention 21 because it's almost scary how many friends from HS. that now on FB are fat faced, never would have saw it coming, 'blow-tards' from college drinking carried over past graduation...) You can go look anywhere and talk to people in-the-know, who will tell you that once you start collecting unwanted fat, it affects so much more than just weight and looks, but takes a negative toll on your total body chemistry and the like. This will end up leading to a snowball effect where you forget the joy and make excuses of getting in a nice workout; however you may have been doing in the past.

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+ sunlight is great for clearing up the oil and acne on your face.
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I also have a high metabolism (almost too high actually. I'm borderline underweight). I still work out because it's actually kinda fun. ...and because I like the muscle tone it gives me.
Posted 7/1/14
no diet, no routines. I don't feel inspired at the moment. i'm feeling emptiness.

i'll probably die of a heart attack, since all my food is ultra sweet or ultra salty.
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I used to weigh 283 pounds. I am down to 240. It is a struggle and I have more to do. When I just ate whatever, whenever I felt like crap. After I started to exercise again and just stopped eating when I felt satiated, the weight came off pretty easy. The trick is keeping out of the old habits of just coming home and eating. Most of the guys I worked with that are my age don't watch their health and diet, they have heart disease and diabetes. Most of the people in my business get to retirement and die within a year, I do not want that.
I used to run a 5K after work every night in about 25 to 30 minutes and I could eat about anything and I weighed 180 pounds, that is what I want to be doing again. I have seen the lack of quality-of-life that being fat brings, experiencing it first hand and watching while people I know, some of them friends becoming disabled or dieing because they didn't just spend an extra 30 minutes going for a walk and stop eating that last bunch of cookies or chips. You don't really have to be strict about the watching calories all the time but you need to have some personal discipline. Later when you are as old as I am you will be happy that you got more exercise than just pushing yourself away from the table to get another helping.

There is lots more to "it" that just the little bit I touched on.... but most of the people here always seemed smarter than average and can figure it out....
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I would say that my metabolism works at a moderate pace, but I realized that I need to do something before I got fat. So as of late I have been regulating what I have been eating, so I can get all the necessary vitamins and minerals my body needs. All that's left is to get myself exercising again and I will be golden!
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1. Being healthy will make you more happy and energetic than if you "ate what you want."
2. Being healthy does not mean you have to sacrifice taste.
3. Being healthy does not mean you have to sacrifice your favorite foods entirely.
4. Exercise does not have to be a marathon or uncomfortable.
5. You can be skinny and unhealthy.
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28 / M / Clinton, NY
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Posted 7/1/14
To be or not to be fat
that is the question
whither is nobler in the gut to suffer
the cheeses and gravies of outrages meals
or to take knives against a plate of snacks
and by eating, end them.
To dine to digest some more
and to dine we say to eat the meals that
flesh desires. Tis a Consommé
devoutly to be dished to dine to digest..........Mr. Shakespeare I'm so sorry. I'll stop now......
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22 / M / Honnouji academy
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Posted 7/1/14

GayAsianBoy wrote:

no diet, no routines. I don't feel inspired at the moment. i'm feeling emptiness.

i'll probably die of a heart attack, since all my food is ultra sweet or ultra salty.


Then, i guess you leave me no choice ....


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-WHW-QNswE&feature=kp
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thanks, now I feel even more horrible.
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Posted 7/1/14
i work out and watch what i eat, but a little desert here and there doesn't hurt
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I'm always watching what I eat and drink, but if I see a Zebra Cake or Cherry Cheese Danish... it's going down the hatch
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22 / M / Michigan
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Posted 7/1/14
My job keeps me in shape, lol. Backbreaking work.

I don't really have the cleanest diet. But I don't eat fast food nearly as much as I used to.
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