Don’t mean to be a whiner - but I think there’s a severe asymmetry as far as bodybuilding goes - Skinny guys usually have a lot harder time putting on muscle than the obese ones losing weight. Every now and then I see an amazing transformation when some guy decides to lose weight, but I don’t see many skinny people gain a heck a lot of size. I guess it’s a lot easier to spend money than to make it, and the same goes for muscle/fat.
I just get really upset every time an obease guy envies me for my high metabolism, because they don’t realize how much effort goes into putting on muscle - and how little is required to lose weight.
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The ass is always leaner on the other side of the gym. Take it from a former fat boy, we’d all like to be walking around with six packs and striations, but we just weren’t made that way.
Also, you’re right: losing WEIGHT is easy. However, losing FAT is a bitch. it requires cadio and nutrient timing and so many fucking chicken breasts that I would have been thrown out of my house a long time ago if my family didn’t need the eggs. (BaDUMdum.)
So, stop ranting and start eating before Professor X starts asking you how many calories you’re getting a day and then sits on you when he doesn’t like the answer. And I don’t think anyone’s ever seen him like the answer.