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post #39346 of 57260
I surprise myself, but I do think the Big Loser chick looks terrible. The facial lines are unattractive, however I feel that has more to do with facial genetics than weight loss, considering she still obviously holds (normal) weight in her legs. Her posture exaggerates the lack of muscle development in her upper body, which is par for the course in a contest which rewards under development of muscle mass.
post #39347 of 57260
Now that she won her 250K she just needs to hit the weights and starting eating lots of animals.
post #39348 of 57260
Kudos to her on the weight loss. Looks healthy to my eye.
post #39349 of 57260
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Originally Posted by TeeKay View Post

Fatties love to criticize people who lose weight and throw out diagnoses of eating disorders. It's a pretty effective self-defense mechanism.

Have seen this over and over again. Concisely put.
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Originally Posted by db_ggmm View Post

I surprise myself, but I do think the Big Loser chick looks terrible. The facial lines are unattractive, however I feel that has more to do with facial genetics than weight loss, considering she still obviously holds (normal) weight in her legs. Her posture exaggerates the lack of muscle development in her upper body, which is par for the course in a contest which rewards under development of muscle mass.

I agree - she looks like she's been on a crash diet for an entire TV season.... which she has, essentially. And yeah, it's not a contest about fitness, it's about pure weightloss - so underdeveloped physique is the name of the game.
post #39350 of 57260
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Originally Posted by TeeKay View Post

Fatties love to criticize people who lose weight and throw out diagnoses of eating disorders. It's a pretty effective self-defense mechanism.
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

Have seen this over and over again. Concisely put.
I agree - she looks like she's been on a crash diet for an entire TV season.... which she has, essentially. And yeah, it's not a contest about fitness, it's about pure weightloss - so underdeveloped physique is the name of the game.

+100. So ridiculous.

Here's a timely letter to the editor from my local paper. ffffuuuu.giffacepalm.gif

http://www.lfpress.com/2014/02/05/letters-to-the-editor-feb-5
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Regarding the story Labour of love: London mom finds her passions and purpose through fitness (Feb. 3).

The story says Erica Willick was “an average mom with an average weight gain during pregnancy.” Problem is “she didn’t want to be average anymore.’’ After taking her body “to the next level” with much fitness, she manages to win two titles in a pro-bikini championship, weighing in at 115 pounds. She says she does all this “for her son.”

Really? I don’t think Junior gives a fig whether mom weighs 115 or 150 pounds. What’s the point of this article? To suggest all post-partum women should be able to fit into a bikini after some exercise?

The content and images this article presents perpetuate the female beauty myth, that unless women attain a perfect body, even after childbirth, their self-image will be compromised. No wonder the incidence of young women having body dysmorphic disorder is on the rise.

I wonder how much the author weighs. brb shit-talking someone who had the discipline and drive to take control of her life and do something about her problems
post #39351 of 57260
All post-partum women should be able to fit into a bikini. It isn't tough to not be fat. I don't get it.

You're not even supposed to gain that much weight during a pregnancy, people just use it as an excuse to feed their raging hormones that are telling them to stuff their face.
post #39352 of 57260
Can confirm having obese parents actually is embarrassing and junior does care
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post #39354 of 57260
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Originally Posted by VLSI View Post

Can confirm having obese parents actually is embarrassing and junior does care

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post #39355 of 57260
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Fuck it. Fuck it all.

Today, I took my daughter to the pediatrician for a check-up after a fever. I was expecting a prescription for some flu medicine, considering that it is winter and she is more susceptible to colds than your average 5-year-old.

The doctor went over the regular procedures, told me about the medicine she was going to prescribe, and I thought we could leave. Nope.

She asked to speak with me in private, away from my daughter.

"I’m concerned about her health," she began.

Obviously being concerned, I asked, “Is something the matter?”

"Bessie (my daughter’s name) has had significant weight gain since the last time she’s been here."

Already uncomfortable, being a larger woman myself, I replied, “Yes, well, she is a growing girl.” I tried to say it lightly, but my voice was tight.

"And that’s good, but her height isn’t catching up to her weight. I’m afraid this time next year she may be obese. What’s her diet been like?"

Now I was annoyed, but I was still trying to be respectful. “She eats all her vegetables, if that’s what you’re getting at.”

"Does she regularly eat sweets? I noticed she had some chocolate with her today." (My daughter is extremely anxious to see doctors (and obviously for good reason) so I always buy her candy before a visit.)

"Yes, well, I try not to deprive my daughter of anything. I think it’s more important for kids to learn intuitive eating than to make them choose between "good" and "bad" foods. I don’t think weight is indicative of poor health."

She basically gave me a look like I was saying something entirely radical before telling me to try to limit fatty/sugary foods for my daughter.

After that visit, the first thing I did was take my daughter out for ice cream.

Afterwards, I tried to tell me husband.about how I wish we could change doctors. I guess thin privilege is not understanding or worrying that such a “concerned” doctor is perpetuating a toxic environment for your daughter.

post #39356 of 57260
Knee's been hurting still, not sure what's going on. I slipped on ice a couple of days ago maybe I hit it. I've had consistent knee pain on and off since highschool but usually it goes away after a few days. Gonna stop being lazy and just do upper today, gotta work on my lagging chest anyways, hoping to hit a b cup before I gotta cut.
post #39357 of 57260
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Originally Posted by KingJulien View Post

thisisthinprivilege.tumblr.com


Lol at justifying her daughter being fat as fuck.

""Yes, well, I try not to deprive my daughter of anything. I think it’s more important for kids to learn intuitive eating than to make them choose between "good" and "bad" foods. I don’t think weight is indicative of poor health."

She basically gave me a look like I was saying something entirely radical before telling me to try to limit fatty/sugary foods for my daughter.

After that visit, the first thing I did was take my daughter out for ice cream."


so gross.


"I’m a smaller fat, roughly 195 lbs. I’m rather short at 5’4"

Yeah my escalade is a smaller SUV because hummers exist, she's a blimp.

I don't get these fat girls with supposed eating disorders, when I don't eat any food I loose weight. Their "anorexia" or whatever one they're using must not be very harmful if its not working.

As I'm getting leaner my clean seems to be going up for some reason. Hit a 95kg hang clean, shame my squat is becoming non existent. I've also realised I have literally no ab muscles, I'm lean enough to see them I just don't have anything there. Suppose it looks nice because my waist is tiny, but fuck you for lieing to me rippletits, I squatted, deadlifted and overhead pressed and there's nothing there.



Edit: Fuuuark wizard above me.
Edited by fuji - 2/5/14 at 11:08am
post #39358 of 57260
Blegh I hate thigh gap. Thigh gap = weak underdeveloped legs. Chicks dont need Tom Platz legs but Im not a fan of the skinny fat

BL chick needs regular refeeds and a strength training program.
post #39359 of 57260
Saw online a few days ago there was a quote that was something like:


There's a lot of old people
There's a lot of fat people
There's not a lot of old fat people
post #39360 of 57260
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

All post-partum women should be able to fit into a bikini. It isn't tough to not be fat. I don't get it.

You're not even supposed to gain that much weight during a pregnancy, people just use it as an excuse to feed their raging hormones that are telling them to stuff their face.

Normal weight gain in pregnancy is 25-35 for a person with a normal starting weight.

Too bad most of them blimp up to the 40-50 range.
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