Originally Posted by acoustik
Years of biology and physiology courses beg to differ. The caloric content of vegetables is usually from starch which is pretty much what you consider to be sugar. The only reason why health experts say sugars like those found in donuts is unhealthy is because those are absorbed more easily by the body and don't have to be broken down through enzymatic processes. This quick absorption creates undesirable spikes in insulin and other hormones. Basically your body goes: HOLY FVCK WHAT IS THIS SHIT. So, basically, a calorie is a calorie. There is no such thing as a "vegetable calorie" and a "donut calorie". Lando's weight loss regimen sounds like a recipe for becoming skinny-fat. Hardly ideal. Its like being fat and having none of the strength that comes with it. Doing a high number of repetitions of bodyweight exercises is easy if you are sufficiently light; your tendons will do all the work. I've seen stick thin sorority girls do an obscene number of pullups with relative ease.
Nice edit. You originally said "I've seen stick thin girls do 100+ pullups easily." Lmao, no you haven't. You have not seen thin girls do obscene amounts of pull ups either. There's a reason they allowed girls to do the "bar hang" instead of doing actual pull ups in middle school. They simply don't have the upper body strength-whether they are fat or skinny. My sister is in great shape...can't do a single pull up. I know guys who are in great shape that can barely manage to do 3. You're just mad that you're only 5'5" and have a raging napoleon complex. "your tendons will do all the work" My well defined abs, triceps, lats and biceps would beg to differ. I suppose it's my tendons that allow me to do 20-25 pull ups lol. You are hilarious. And by hilarious I mean retarded. Recipe for skinny fat? I get a ton of protein in my diet. I'm hardly what you'd call skinny fat. Plenty of boxers fight at my height and weight. They are lean and strong, just like I am. Sounds like you are another jealous fat gay. Possibly short and fat? Let's see what some actual M.D.s and Scientists have to say about the whole "not all calories are created equal" subject, shall we? http://www.npr.org/templates/story/s...oryId=15886898
Go on with the borophyll.