â€œif I go on a week long alcohol bender it doesn't mean I really understand the struggle an alcoholic goes through (Ruffiana)â€
â€œThe muscle mass he has before he started will still be there under any cosmetic fat this guy puts on, burning calories even when resting far faster than any morbidly obese person would (Zymotical)â€
â€œA lot of fat people tend to have very poor muscle structure.. the work he put into his body is still somewhat under that fat. When he decides to lose it, it will be easier for him (Loxen)â€
â€œWhat this guy is going to do is mostly pointless. Those who have not been overweight for a long time have a much easier time losing it. Yo-yo dieting can also strengthen the fat cells and make it harder to lose, this guy has gone through non of that. Put o
Sunday, October 23, 2011 9:17:42 PM
The max I have put on is 12kgs on top of my super fit all muscle ideal weight. I assure you that it is way harder to go from fit - fat - fit, then from fat to some more fat and slow return to fit. It will interesting to see how fast he gets comfortable with the dozen doughnuts meal. Not very long. It's a bloody hard slog to take it off in equal amount of time of the gain. I will be watching.
Saturday, October 22, 2011 3:15:27 PM
Skaterboy17 - actually, he's approaching morbidly obese at the moment. A BMI of 35.5 to about 49.9 is morbidly obese - class two obesity (anything more than that is considered `super obese` - class three obesity)
He started with a BMI of about 24.8, and is currently on 33.8. No, he`s not m. obese at the moment, but he`s fairly close.