No ass wtfAnybody need some amount of healthy fat, About eating much I eat 5,6 times per day but I dont get fat because its something hereditary from my parents that my body burn the food fast even If didnt do any workoutWtf you are joking, my body fat is 10% and I am okeyfor the first time I am convinced of something you said
Show contentPeople are just not happy about the fact that everyone is being told to eat as much as they want as long as they're happy and things like that. Why don't I go around promoting smoking? That's the exact same to me.Those 3 bodytypes are nothing but labels for how certain people look. Regardless of what you look like, you can eat enough and gain weight.I have a friend who started working out with me 5 months ago. He was as skinny or as "ectomorphic" as you can get at around 59 KG. You'd think he'd never gain weight judging by he looked. It's been 5 months and now he's 69-70kg KG. He's starting to look more like a "mesomorph" now as he's gaining mass and his shoulders are getting wider. Eat above your maintenance and you'll gain weight, regardless of whatever the hell you are. Eat below and you would lose weight.I was bulking and I looked more like an endomorph, as I became 96kg. After I finished my bulk, I started cutting and now I am at around 85 KG and look like a "mesomorph". Those body types aren't exactly a genetic thing. I could stop maintaining my muscle mass and go completely skinny. I was lose muscle and fat tissue, my shoulders will get narrower, my legs will get skinnier and so as everything else and I might actually look like an ectomorph. Those body types mean nothing and aren't a permanent thing.The females that you mentioned and Siko did look like that because they're eating enough to maintain their bodyweights. If Ashley Graham reduced her caloric intake at her current activity level, her weight will decrease simply because she's not consuming enough to maintain her current mass, regardless of what is. People's caloric maintenance levels vary due to a variety of factors such as muscle mass and activity level.I can't stand when people on social media tell kids and stuff to eat whatever they like and just be happy with how they look when they're morbidly obese and are going to or already are facing health problems because of overeating. Like I said, why not promote smoking as it's also going to have horrible effects on your body?
• There are people who eat a lot and still skinny (my kinda people)• There are people who eat so little and still fat. • There are people who successfully exercised their obese body.• There are people who don't exercise at all but skinny and many more. It could be genetic such as the role of FTO gene; hormonal like hypothyroidism; environment that doesn't let them to be any of the specifics; roles of dynamic metabolism; the level of physical activities (some people have limitation to do activities cuz certain conditions); gut bacteria behaviours; things that science not yet know, impossible to know, or still poorly studied; psychological; race; or could be several things simultaneously.
I know it depends on bodies what I meant is "squat for a big butt"
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I don't advocate excessive eating nor unhealthy foods, though. Personally I'm in a strict DASH diet because I found it's the most healthy plan to me. What I meant to say was we can't force people to live their life they way we want them to be -- as long as it doesn't damage other people around them. It's different with smoking because it does awful damage to the people around them. If you're worried with kids embracing that kinda way of life, that's what parents are for. And also there are biological reasons why some people are bigger. Judging them don't help, really.And yea.. honestly, I don't know the genetic name of "endomorph". So I came to it because I figured people would probably hear about that somewhere. But from the perspective of genes, there are people who have denser bone density, different body composition, certain racial characteristics and those will make them look "endomorphy". For example, Ashley Graham or Nicki Minaj will still look "pear-shaped" even if they're super skinny creating an illusion of "fat look". Perhaps a picture will speak a thousand words:Warning: nudity insideShow contentThat's how beauty looks like in West Papua and New Guinea. As you can see they have different compositions of what makes mainstream beauty. These women on the pics are the skinny ones, though. Some people have that kinda genes that make them look fat and even more likely to get fatter than others. I suggest you to read about FTO gene for example: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/FTO_gene. Surely there are other genes involved but my medical knowledge regarding to it isn't that broad.Also don't forget other reasons of why some people are more likely to get fatter (in case you wanna conduct research about them) and read in mind that just because certain ways work for you, doesn't mean it will too to different people:You can hate or fight those people who promote excessive eating, etc on social media. But I think they don't represent the actual feelings and struggles of the ample/corpulent/overweight people have in real life. And anyway, could you give me example of these people in social media? Like a link or hashtags or something.
Yes, some people have medical conditions which limit them to do things like diet or exercise. Those people are exceptions and not the rule.
People have different metabolisms and different caloric maintenance levels due to a few variables. You can adjust your diet to your metabolism and control your weight.
Never seen bones or anything other than fat make people look fat. High BF% is High BF% regardless of your gender or race.
In physical fitness, body composition is used to describe the percentages of fat, bone, water and muscle in human bodies. Because muscular tissue takes up less space in our body than fat tissue, our body composition, as well as our weight, determines leanness. Two people of same sex and body weight may look completely different from each other because they have a different body composition - Wikipedia
For men a low body fat percentage can be dangerous for their testosteron production. (The average healthy body fat percentage is 18% to 25%)
Typically, yes. But not all the case. There are people with low body fat but looks fat. And body composition is the main cause of that:
The part with with the low body fat and the testosterone lower production I agree. For the average healthy bodyfat I personally disagree. I'd say that the healthy bodyfat percentage for a man is 10-20. Below 10% the testosterone production really decreases and this is a fact. About the maximum it is really hard to tell but keep in mind that with every percent of bodyfat above 12-15%, the testosterone levels decreases while the estrogen levels increases which may still be unhealthy, yet that quite depends on the person, his lifestyle, and his diet.
Well.. bones density affect your body type too in some ways (you might wanna see the equation for it). And also, bones produce hormone that can alter "growth", fat, and insulin level. It's called osteocalcin. Mainly it's a regulation of energy metabolism by the skeleton and so it may affect body fat measures. So technically, races/people with more/less bones density are more/less likely to produce more/less osteocalcin thus more/less likely to have more/less body fat in addition to their different bones volume index causing different look to their appearance. I refer to this study, by the way: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4854645/Edit: fixed unclear statement that could be potentially misleading
just saw ur post having lowbody fat is not unhealthy let me give u example of a famous football player like cristiano ronaldo he has extremy low bodyfat, he has 3% less bf then an average fitness supermodel
... but I couldn't see anywhere in this study that the osteocalcin levels are actually affected by the bones density. Perhaps there is connection between the osteocalcin and the energy metabolism it does affect the body fat storage, and I never argued about that different people store the fat in different ways which depends on the metabolism which is connected to your research(we are in a loop).
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