Wanting to get into PL’ing is fine and all and he can still do that but his weight is a serious life threat at this point and needs to be his main priority.[/quote]
Wow you can know this without seeing his medical files or having any sort of clue about what his lifestyle and risk factors are? Where did you acquire this skill?
Sounds like the dude is built to be a powerlifter. I laughed when somebody recommended he lose weight and go down a weight class to be more competitive at powerlifting…this was when he was thought to be 4+ bills. you do realize the superheavy weights start at 308 right? LOL Don’t know that many people cutting 100+ pounds for a meet.[/quote]
I could find an average build guy who is 100 years old. I bet you would have a harder time to find a 60-year-old in the 5’10, 380 pound territory. Is that enough about the risk factors involved? Right now he is build for nothing else but for heart attack, and you think it would be wiser to add than lose weight, did I understand you?[/quote]
In 4 sentences, you managed to spew out so many logical fallacies that I’m not even sure where to begin in addressing them.
But let’s start with the obvious. Of course you can find more AVERAGE build men because they are the AVERAGE, you dingbat. There aren’t a lot of 380 pound guys walking around PERIOD, so of course there aren’t many in the 60 year old category. Do you understand the logic here? What if I told you I could find many more people in a morgue who were average build (you know, since its the AVERAGE there are way more of them)…could hten I conclude that people of average build are more likely to die?
Please don’t dumb this board down with stupid logical fallacies. [/quote]
Still, 400 pound people are way more common than 100-year-old people, or do you really think that a 400 pound person is a 1 in a million specimen?