Green and Black Tea with nothing added to it are insanely good for you. Other tea is alright, but nothing special.
And if you REALLY just can't get out, get your parents to buy you a home trainer. Spin the wheel every day and watch your pounds getting off.
"Skill, as the world of warcraft goes, is only in question between equals in pvp power, while the strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must."
Thucydides : " The Melian dialogue".
One other thing that should be noted -- exercise released endorphins and does wonders for mood. So you are depressed and upset about how you look, but after a few weeks of working out you'll start feeling better about it just from the chemicals your body released when you exercise.
1. eat healthy.
2. if team sports are impossible due to bullying, do something on your own. I'd suggest running.
3. eat healthy.
4. eat healthy. (just avoiding sodas, snacks and the likes makes a huge difference).
You will start to feel a lot more confortable soon, and then you can just move on from that point. Team sports, inclusion, confidence... good times.
And unless you're physique is your career, or you're dangerously overweight, counting carbs isn't really necessary. Just make sure they aren't present in every meal, and when they are, they are whole wheat.
Honestly though, reading your replies to other comments, and it seems you are full of excuses as to why you are fat. I understand genetics and all that, but c'mon, you say you always eat healthy and try to stay active yet your somehow fat? Bull. You're not cheating anyone but yourself man.
Last edited by babo7000; 2013-05-02 at 03:59 PM.
Nope, not aiming for physic, something with tech or cook, hard to decide, good at both
And thanks everyone for posting, every little bit helps (dont know what to say)
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I eat good, but im not a troll!
God, life sucks when some doenst understand me >
If you are really really big then book a lengthy appointment with your GP (doctor) and tell them what the problem is. Also mention the feeling ugly and everything else. You may be depressed.
If it's mostly in your head but theres some unsightly bits, then just exercise and eat better. Lots of diet tips online. I'd do a google search for exercising.
I've never been big but I bought a Wii Fit, actually keeps me in shape, although a proper exercise at a gym is probably better. But if you really don't want to leave the house, then try it.
Saving up for an new computer that i can raid with (dont want to be an lfr hero anymore (Doesnt mean that i suck at playing, so embrassing having lfr only gear and valor)
, most people thinks it's bad and "nooby" (i suck at explaining, and i dont want to be wasted space in my guild) dont want to be an burden nor shame for my brother, dunno whwat he thinks
Lol meant physique not physics. Suck ass when i post from my phone lol.
Not calling you a troll, just saying you are dong something different from what your telling us. Hell, a lot of people eat like shit without even knowing it.
Word of advise -- pulling this emo stuff does you no favors. Everyone is misunderstood. It's the nature of life. The only reason life sucks is because you aren't making the effort to make it un-suck. The secret to most problems in life is that people tend to be their own worst enemy.God, life sucks when some doenst understand me >
This kid has so many childish inner demons he needs to face before losing weight. He needs to understand why he's fat and what is causing it. Losing weight requires a whole lot of dedication and self motivation. Both of which you can't find here... Stop making pathetic excuses about "ohh I don't want to go outside, I'm ugly" Are you kidding me? This is why people don't like hanging around kids unless it's family... they're hard to understand and their emotions are a mixture of complexity and crazed ideas... no one gives an honest crap about how ugly/fat you are when you're working out... let alone you shouldn't. But like I said earlier, you're the way you are because you have inner demons that need some sorting... you devalue your life because others seem to portray you that way... you allow words to eat away at you when they're just verbal... I really wish I could drop you off in the 1950's... you're in need of some serious testosterone and you won't find any of that on your PC.
In all honesty, and I don't want to be rude, but I don't think staying indoors, getting a PC and becoming a hardcore WoW raider is going to help you in the slightest. You need to lift your confidence and get into shape, and staying in and playing WoW has ruined many people with self esteem issues lives to be quite honest. It's easy to hide behind a PC and interact through WoW but it's not really a proper substitute for healthy living and social interaction in my opinion. Good luck with whatever though
i know it's easy to say but, if you keep people controle your life by saying you'r ugly or other stupid stuff, you will never progress, dot it for you, fuck them all, that's it, again, i know it's easy to say, but if you succes, people will have a LOT of respect for you. Someone bully you all the time? kick his head, it's the ONLY sollution, people can ONLY understand violence
it's the only way to earn respect whit 90% of the people.
sry bad english.
Last edited by dinouille; 2013-05-02 at 04:38 PM.
First, go to this site.
Fill in the fields to match your values. You'll get your Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE), Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR), and a caloric goal for each day. Generally, eating 20% less than your TDEE will give you guaranteed weight loss of 1-2 pounds per week. This is a healthy and sustainable level of weight loss, and you won't feel like you're starving at all eating this way. That being said, it is still always helpful to try making better choices with food. But I find that the TDEE-20% method allows you plenty of calories with steady weight loss no matter what.
Also, you don't need to spend any money or go running outside to start being more active. Just do body weight exercises in the privacy of your own space. Push-ups (even if you have to do them on your knees), sit-ups (or crunches), plank position, chair dips, squats, lunges, etc. are all things you can do with no weights or equipment and with no one watching. Just doing that will help you tremendously. Also remember that losing weight is something that is going to happen slowly and with bumps in the road. Don't get discouraged by slow progress, and don't fret if the number on the scale fluctuates here and there. All of that is normal. If you follow the formula above, you will lose weight and keep it off provided that you don't have some kind of hormonal disorder or return to your previous ways.