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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    Maintain is easy, especially for who was never fat
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  • NoobletCheese @ NoobletCheese:
    i could stand to lose about 7kg but right now ive got my eye on a block of dark almond chocolate
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  • KenniesNewName @ KenniesNewName:
    Maintaining nothing is easy if a person isn't in the right mindset for it
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    The thing about losing weight is that it's a constant moderation. You can't do too little, but you can't do too much either
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    And the metabolic rate means that eating the same amount of something makes more impact on a fat person than a regular weight person
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  • KenniesNewName @ KenniesNewName:
    Go buy me McDonald's
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    No, let's go to Ihop
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  • KenniesNewName @ KenniesNewName:
    So 5 HDMI cables shipped with UPS and just one shipped with usps
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  • Psionic Roshambo @ Psionic Roshambo:
    Yeah I'm 48 so for my age I feel insanely healthy lol
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  • Sonic Angel Knight @ Sonic Angel Knight:
    Can you run for 5 minutes without being tired? :ninja:
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  • Veho @ Veho:
    Can you?
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  • NoobletCheese @ NoobletCheese:
    that is a question i've been pondering for some time -- what is the normal running distance for a healthy human? there doesn't seem to be any objective answer. i would imagine a typical unfit person would only be able to go 50 meters or so before having to stop and catch their breath.
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  • NoobletCheese @ NoobletCheese:
    during my regular 30 minute walks i'll jog as far as i can about 3 times before running out of breath. and after a couple of months im only up to around 200m, which is quite pathetic. i dont know what im supposed to do to improve this.
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  • NoobletCheese @ NoobletCheese:
    i think body weight has a lot to do with it. imagine strapping a few 10L kegs of water to a skinny person and seeing how far they get
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  • NoobletCheese @ NoobletCheese:
    on the other hand, muscular athletes can jog for ages, but i think its their muscle to weight ratio is much higher
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  • NoobletCheese @ NoobletCheese:
    anyway, i'll keep working at it. once i can get up to about 1km i'll be satisfied
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  • NoobletCheese @ NoobletCheese:
    still, some joggers reckon you should be able to run for half an hour
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    Whenever I run, I'm always tired at the start, and then feel neutral after 10 minutes
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  • Psionic Roshambo @ Psionic Roshambo:
    I can full sprint for maybe 30 seconds jogging? Maybe 19 minutes lol
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  • NoobletCheese @ NoobletCheese:
    @Dark_Phoras might be your mitochondria starting to produce energy? you could try taking a COq10 supplement around 10 minutes before exercise and see if theres any difference
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    In my gym classes in high school, we had to run 1.6kms, or 1 mile. In the first few classes we'd have physical conditioning to reach that level. I was morbidly obese and took longer than most of my classmates
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  • KenniesNewName @ KenniesNewName:
    Found some pineapple brown sugar brats sounded delicious
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    A couple years after, after running regularly, I was able to run 8km with relative same amount of effort
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  • Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras:
    @NoobletCheese I don't know, thanks for the input
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    Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras: @NoobletCheese I don't know, thanks for the input