Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Notatinyman, Jun 25, 2012.
He's husky he's not fat. You can't compare a grown man to a teen.
At the age of 26, you can lose the excess weight in no time. Trust me, go this route because you will feel good about yoruself. I'm 26 yrs old like you. I currently weigh 155 lbs, but I dropped from 220 lbs to 145 lbs in about a year and a half...this was probably 3 years ago. I'm 5'9'' to put things in perspective. You're young...metabolism is still on your side.
Heard through the grapevine that a few affiliates have hurt feelings for being left out of the official "SF Approved Fat Men" thread, so please guys, try to include everybody.
I'm not fat, but in honor of this thread, I'll eat a bit extra tonight.
I hope that's helpful.
but you're certainly gay
I'm 6'1.5" and recently lost 35 lbs altogether (I was at 367 lbs in late-2009), I'm now 332 lbs. My neck size was 19.5", 35" sleeve, 60" chest and 60" waist. But now I'm size 18" neck, 34" sleeve, 52" chest, and 56" waist. Don't feel bad my man! People come in all sizes!
That's about a pound a week. He may be young but may be genetically a heavy person.And as far as you, you may have gone down to a normal weight for your height but remember that there was a reason that you became 70 lbs overweight at a young age and that reason is a genetic predisposition because most people (at least when I was young) had a hard time gaining weight. It wasn't just food that made you 70 lbs overweight and since you are still only 26 the likihood of again becoming overweight is pretty certain. This is why I told him to just stay in shape and try to slowly lose but not go crazy thinking about his weight and to look good in nice clothes.
If you're overweight as a kid you have an 80% chance of being fat as an adult.
If both parents are overweight you also have an 80% chaneof being overweight as an adult even if you were slim as a child.
98% of people who go on diets and lose weight gain it back within 2 years.
I'm in my 40s, 6 ft 1 inch, 245, 18 inch neck, 48R jacket, 40 inch waist pants,kinda barrel chested... thank heaven I have big shoulders so I can carry some weight without looking like Tweedle Dum. To me, it's easier to dress-up well than to look good in more casual clothing...a chubby guy can look good in a suit if it is cut well and happens to flatter his shape.
Another thing to consider is how a man moves...a still photo is a lot different than a video of a big, knock-kneed heavy-set guy waddling around, and moving awkwardly. I don't necessarily agree with his politics, but when Bill Clinton was heavier, he looked pretty good for a fat boy. He carried himself well. BUT, he looked like crap in a golf shirt, like a lot of bigger guys do...can't hide the belly and manboobs in a flimsy shirt.
Just tell the girls you were a former pro wrestler
Everyone in my family is in a relatively good shape. My mom who is in her mid 50s is still in the 100-110 lbs at 5' even.
I was about 175 lbs throughout high school and really gained the lbs in college when I was eating Denny's and drinking alcohol a lot. When I hit 220 lbs, it was the breaking point. I changed my lifestyle, I'm not alcohol free. I started doing Muay Thai. I need to go to the gym at least 4 times a week now or else I get antsy.
The key to sustaining is to consider it a lifestyle change, not a diet.
jackie gleason as minasota fats. google image him, that is the most stylish suit wearning fat man
I've always seen Gleason and Sydney Greenstreet referenced as the most stylish fat men.
@ 181cm/100kg, he is definitely fat. He dresses well, looking nice, but looks fat.
Your mother is OK for her height but you really have to look at both sides of the family going back let's say to your great grandparents to see how fat prone you may be. When people attend Uni they are usually at the point when their growing has slowed down or stopped so their real genetic predisposition is starting to show. Kids are always skinny growing up and through their teens (or always used to be) so if you're fat and not even 20 then there is a strong genetic fat component there. Eating at fast food places and drinking was not what made you fat. It may have only contributed to it because I doubt that Dennys is any worse than eating something else and you have to eat, right? Anyone who has to diet or exercise to stay their correct weight is likely genetically prone to fatness. A normal person's basal metabolism rate will keep them steady and at their right weight. Just eating normally and moving around in normal activity keeps them at a normal weight. And btw, 175 lbs at 5'9" in HS is already getting a bit chunky (I was 5'11" and 152 lbs at 18 and that was about normal then) so your college weight gain was already developing from HS.
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