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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Rodimus Prime » Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:00 am

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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Burn » Thu Oct 04, 2012 2:26 pm

So what do you guys consider fat?

Six months ago I was around 285lbs, I considered that fat, the doctor considered that fat, and most women considered that fat.

Now I'm down to about 255lbs. Still fat but the stomach is looking a bit more flatter instead of flabbier.
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby BeastProwl » Thu Oct 04, 2012 2:33 pm

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Burn wrote:So what do you guys consider fat?

Six months ago I was around 285lbs, I considered that fat, the doctor considered that fat, and most women considered that fat.

Now I'm down to about 255lbs. Still fat but the stomach is looking a bit more flatter instead of flabbier.

Well, it all depends on your height. I'm about, 270. But I'm 6'6 so it doesn't matter all that much. It DOES matter, but it's not as bad as say, if I were like 5'9 or something. I'm losing my flab gradually, I used to weigh in at almost 310, but that was YEARS ago.
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Burn » Thu Oct 04, 2012 2:41 pm

Around 5'8.

Been overweight since I was a kid though. Suffice to say I have a lot of bad eating habits and a really lazy mentality at times, even though I love to get out and walk.
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby RhA » Thu Oct 04, 2012 2:41 pm

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I'm 174 centimeters and 65 kilo.

RUN! IT'S THE METRIC SYSTEM THE ENTIRE WORLD UNDERSTANDS!

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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Banjo-Tron » Thu Oct 04, 2012 3:14 pm

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RhA wrote:I'm 174 centimeters and 65 kilo.

RUN! IT'S THE METRIC SYSTEM THE ENTIRE WORLD UNDERSTANDS!

/troll away!

65 kilos? that's half the weight of my fishtank! I'm about 90kg at the moment, or a shade under 200lbs using the awesome imperial system. It's the heaviest I've ever been. I used to run alot but now I have issues with my knees, hips, and ankles. Sort of like gold plastic syndrome. I cycled until a stag smashed the crap out of me, but I've lost the taste for it now and English weather is crap. I sit on my arse at work all day, pretending I am working and being authoritative when really I am on this very website, or doing other Transfromers-related things. In short, I am a fat guy timebomb.
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby RhA » Thu Oct 04, 2012 3:27 pm

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Banjo-Tron wrote:
RhA wrote:I'm 174 centimeters and 65 kilo.

RUN! IT'S THE METRIC SYSTEM THE ENTIRE WORLD UNDERSTANDS!

/troll away!

65 kilos? that's half the weight of my fishtank!


That, and I'm pretty.

Banjo-Tron wrote:I'm about 90kg at the moment, or a shade under 200lbs using the awesome imperial system. It's the heaviest I've ever been. I used to run alot but now I have issues with my knees, hips, and ankles. Sort of like gold plastic syndrome. I cycled until a stag smashed the crap out of me, but I've lost the taste for it now and English weather is crap. I sit on my arse at work all day, pretending I am working and being authoritative when really I am on this very website, or doing other Transfromers-related things. In short, I am a fat guy timebomb.


Well, horses suck donkeystones.

Also- when I still had my deskjob, I handled it the same way. Godspeed, you procrastinator, you!
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Burn » Thu Oct 04, 2012 3:35 pm

12 and a half years I sat on my arse for an accountant just up the road from the pie shop.

Then I changed jobs. I'm further from the pie shop, I still sit on my arse, but now I have to climb stairs.
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Shadowman » Thu Oct 04, 2012 3:37 pm

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I'm 5'10" About 210lbs, but it's clearly all flab. I was called "sexy" by a female friend of mine in high school, and I was a good fifty pounds heavier then. Go figure.
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby MasterSoundBlaster » Thu Oct 04, 2012 4:00 pm

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Burn wrote:So what do you guys consider fat?

Six months ago I was around 285lbs, I considered that fat, the doctor considered that fat, and most women considered that fat.

Now I'm down to about 255lbs. Still fat but the stomach is looking a bit more flatter instead of flabbier.

Not exactly sure....but congrats on the weight loss!

How exactly are you losing weight? Just eating properly or do you pump it out and the gym and BURN the calories?
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Rodimus Prime » Thu Oct 04, 2012 4:27 pm

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MasterSoundBlaster wrote: How exactly are you losing weight? Just eating properly or do you pump it out and the gym and BURN the calories?


:BLACKEYE:

Anyway, I consider myself fat, I'm 5'9" and weigh 220 lbs. Up until 3 years ago I was floating between 180 and 190, but then some circumstances caused me to start over eating, and even though I've stopped and I changed my diet, I still don't exercise so I haven't lost the excess. I need to get on my stationary bike, but I lack motivation. I'm much happier sitting in front of my computer and just talking about how fat I am. :-(
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Burn » Thu Oct 04, 2012 6:13 pm

MasterSoundBlaster wrote:How exactly are you losing weight? Just eating properly or do you pump it out and the gym and BURN the calories?


Mixture of both.

I changed my diet slightly. Instead of 3-4 sausages for breakfast 6 times a week (and bacon on the 7th) I do chicken and fish.

Lunch is chicken and salad, except Friday's, that's an indulgence.

Dinner varies but i'm trying to get more vegetables in and also have smaller portions of meat (i'm very much a meat eater)

I've reduced my consumption of bread massively.

I need to cut back on the junk food though. I'll sneak a can or two or three of softdrinks and a packet or two or three of chips.

I try to get to the gym 2-3 times a week, normally only for half an hour though but I normally (weather and alarm dependant) I do a half hour walk in the morning.
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby d_sel1 » Thu Oct 04, 2012 7:37 pm

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I,m 5'10", 190-210 lbs.

I usually eat rice and white 4-5 days. I only thouch junk food on weekends. I am worried that rice might have much arsenic (and I one those guys that is sensitive to ANY chemical in my body) and need a substitute. Also isometrics and interval training really helps with even only a little time, especially with your abs.

Rodimus may I make a suggestion, I toyed with putting an exercise bike in fort of my TV. Do you watching TV while pedaling an exercise bike might help you?
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Wigglez » Thu Oct 04, 2012 8:05 pm

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So from reading all that, I'm the only one who's not chunky? I'm 5f 11 and 160 lbs. And even though I'm a bit of a lazy piece of s***, I jog. That's all I really have for you that counts for advice is just move around more. My best friend since we were babies is like over 300lbs but I have him walk with me everywhere like to the store or to parties. Trust me, It's working very well
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Shadowman » Thu Oct 04, 2012 9:17 pm

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d_sel1 wrote:I usually eat rice and white 4-5 days. I only thouch junk food on weekends. I am worried that rice might have much arsenic (and I one those guys that is sensitive to ANY chemical in my body) and need a substitute. Also isometrics and interval training really helps with even only a little time, especially with your abs.


Arsenic isn't as deadly as you'd think. It's like mercury; yes, it's a deadly poison, yes, it can an will kill you if you ingest a small amount, no, the infinitesimal amounts in your food and drink are not enough to harm you. Arsenic was used medicine for several centuries, and a recreational drug for part of that time, and even today, bottled water is likely to carry trace amounts.
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby MasterSoundBlaster » Thu Oct 04, 2012 9:18 pm

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Wigglez wrote:So from reading all that, I'm the only one who's not chunky? I'm 5f 11 and 160 lbs. And even though I'm a bit of a lazy piece of s***, I jog. That's all I really have for you that counts for advice is just move around more. My best friend since we were babies is like over 300lbs but I have him walk with me everywhere like to the store or to parties. Trust me, It's working very well

I'm not chunky either but holy crap am I smaller then you guys. I'm only like 5'7"
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Banjo-Tron » Fri Oct 05, 2012 12:49 am

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Wigglez wrote:So from reading all that, I'm the only one who's not chunky? I'm 5f 11 and 160 lbs. And even though I'm a bit of a lazy piece of s***, I jog. That's all I really have for you that counts for advice is just move around more. My best friend since we were babies is like over 300lbs but I have him walk with me everywhere like to the store or to parties. Trust me, It's working very well

I'm not chunky either but holy crap am I smaller then you guys. I'm only like 5'7"

I resent being called chunky :( I'm 6'4" but i'm definately heading towards festively plump ;) Aparently rowing machines are the best for cardio and working all of your muscles in one go. That's what one of my fit friends told me, anyway.
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Rodimus Prime » Fri Oct 05, 2012 2:02 am

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d_sel1 wrote:Rodimus may I make a suggestion, I toyed with putting an exercise bike in fort of my TV. Do you watching TV while pedaling an exercise bike might help you?


Yeah, that's what I'm going to do. I'm just totally unmotivated. :(
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Banjo-Tron » Fri Oct 05, 2012 2:09 am

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d_sel1 wrote:Rodimus may I make a suggestion, I toyed with putting an exercise bike in fort of my TV. Do you watching TV while pedaling an exercise bike might help you?


Yeah, that's what I'm going to do. I'm just totally unmotivated. :(


It might help if you have something specific in mind to train for, like running 10k within a certain time, or even running in an event. There might be rowing or track clubs near you or other sport clubs, I find it really hard to discipline myself when on my own with no specific goal :(
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Rodimus Prime » Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:29 am

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Rodimus Prime wrote:
d_sel1 wrote:Rodimus may I make a suggestion, I toyed with putting an exercise bike in fort of my TV. Do you watching TV while pedaling an exercise bike might help you?


Yeah, that's what I'm going to do. I'm just totally unmotivated. :(


It might help if you have something specific in mind to train for, like running 10k within a certain time, or even running in an event. There might be rowing or track clubs near you or other sport clubs, I find it really hard to discipline myself when on my own with no specific goal :(


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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Burn » Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:52 am

From personal experience I set my goals low.

For example, before I started doing what i'm doing. I couldn't jog. Then I found myself being able to jog for 30 seconds, then it was 45 seconds, now i'm up to a minute. Month by month I want to improve on that.

I also couldn't do sit ups. Not without help anyway. Now I can do at least 20 a day (did 40 all up yesterday).

It may not seem like much, but I prove to myself that i'm improving bit by bit.

Ideally i'd love to reach a point I could do a triathalon and beat the uncle of one of ex's who has never liked me because he's a fitness freak and i'm fat.
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Wigglez » Fri Oct 05, 2012 5:45 am

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MasterSoundBlaster wrote:
Wigglez wrote:So from reading all that, I'm the only one who's not chunky? I'm 5f 11 and 160 lbs. And even though I'm a bit of a lazy piece of s***, I jog. That's all I really have for you that counts for advice is just move around more. My best friend since we were babies is like over 300lbs but I have him walk with me everywhere like to the store or to parties. Trust me, It's working very well

I'm not chunky either but holy crap am I smaller then you guys. I'm only like 5'7"

I resent being called chunky :( I'm 6'4" but i'm definately heading towards festively plump ;) Aparently rowing machines are the best for cardio and working all of your muscles in one go. That's what one of my fit friends told me, anyway.

Okay. I'm sorry. It was kind of uncalled for/funny. I'm not really in shape though, just scrawny almost. But I do suggest getting one of them Insanity workouts or Tapout XT. A friend of mine bought one of them and the dude is ripped.
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Re: The Manliest Thread On Seibertron - A Home for Guys Looking to Be Manly

Postby Rodimus Prime » Fri Oct 05, 2012 6:12 am

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Yeah, my cousin got Insanity and it worked for him as well, he definitely recommended it. Maybe I'll give it a shot if I have the cash...

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