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Re: Saz Abroad - Episode 3: Incredible India

Postby exploited » Tue Aug 18, 2015 4:38 pm

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exploited wrote:
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exploited wrote:When you're talking about an organism that inputs and outputs energy, obviously the biggest thing is the input-output ratio. So if you take in 3000 calories, but burn 1000 calories, your ratio is 3:1. Losing weight requires a negative ratio, which is best achieved through exercise rather than starvation. The type of food you eat has a miniscule impact on weight gain, although it can definitely have an impact on other areas of your health.

Do yourself a favour and never listen to anything that Saz says about anything other than shoes or types of cocktails.


You're not making any sense with this post, and technically you're wrong.


It blows my mind that anybody entrusts you with children.


It blows my mind that you think your post made any sense.

What specific part of this post is hard to understand? That you need to consume less than you burn to lose weight? That exercising more is better and more effective than eating less?


I already know the answer, I just like pointing out you aren't making any sense.

Ugh. How can anyone be a teacher and have a total lack of basic literacy?


Not my fault your wrong bro.


What specifically am I wrong about? Use your words.
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Re: Saz Abroad - Episode 3: Incredible India

Postby fstarcstar » Tue Aug 18, 2015 5:12 pm

Its really simple Exploited.

Stop using ratios, organisms, inputs-outputs, starvation, and miniscule impacts or anything of the sort. It bastardizes the entire industry. Its why the word "diet" needs to die. You have to run a caloric deficit or surplus to gain or lose weight. Real simple. It literally is a numbers game (plus or minus genetics, sex and other factors). For 95% of people, its a numbers game.

1 lb of fat = 3500 calories

If you burn 2000 calories a day and eat 3000, you add 1000 calories to your body that is stored as fat or other means. Over 3.5 days you will add 1 lb. If you only ate 2000 and burned 2000, you stay the same. If you burned 2000, and ate 1500 (which isn't starving FYI) then you will lose 1 lb a week assuming (7 days a week X 500 calories) if you did this correctly.

I take back my words of you being "wrong" its just that your terms are awful and confusing, so stop using them. And your idea of doing more exercise instead of "starving" is incorrect as well, people have to exercise in general for overall health, but you could technically just count your calories, continue on with your day job and eat the exact or below your caloric needs, and you'll lose/keep weight. Its why people who give up drinking cokes can lose 10-15 lbs quick without ever having to lift a finger.

Theoretically, someone could eat nothing but ice cream for days to their caloric needs and exercise, and still lose weight. They won't be able to do it forever, but its literally a numbers game. If your body needs 500 calories of energy, it will get it from somewhere.

We could actually solve obesity alone without ever having to put someone in a gym. The gym is for overall health (it does aid with solving obesity, metabolism etc not discrediting that at all FYI), we just equate the two because our waist sizes have become so large (and lifestyles have changed) its the only way to get faster results. Its why I'm actually ok with having calories listed on all items of food.
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Re: Saz Abroad - Episode 3: Incredible India

Postby The Comrade » Tue Aug 18, 2015 5:19 pm

listen to this landwhale from texas try and preach to us
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Re: Saz Abroad - Episode 3: Incredible India

Postby fstarcstar » Tue Aug 18, 2015 5:25 pm

The Comrade wrote:listen to this landwhale from texas try and preach to us


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Re: Saz Abroad - Episode 3: Incredible India

Postby exploited » Tue Aug 18, 2015 5:38 pm

fstarcstar wrote:Its really simple Exploited.

Stop using ratios, organisms, inputs-outputs, starvation, and miniscule impacts or anything of the sort. It bastardizes the entire industry. Its why the word "diet" needs to die. You have to run a caloric deficit or surplus to gain or lose weight. Real simple. It literally is a numbers game (plus or minus genetics, sex and other factors). For 95% of people, its a numbers game.

1 lb of fat = 3500 calories

If you burn 2000 calories a day and eat 3000, you add 1000 calories to your body that is stored as fat or other means. Over 3.5 days you will add 1 lb. If you only ate 2000 and burned 2000, you stay the same. If you burned 2000, and ate 1500 (which isn't starving FYI) then you will lose 1 lb a week assuming (7 days a week X 500 calories) if you did this correctly.

I take back my words of you being "wrong" its just that your terms are awful and confusing, so stop using them. And your idea of doing more exercise instead of "starving" is incorrect as well, people have to exercise in general for overall health, but you could technically just count your calories, continue on with your day job and eat the exact or below your caloric needs, and you'll lose/keep weight. Its why people who give up drinking cokes can lose 10-15 lbs quick without ever having to lift a finger.

Theoretically, someone could eat nothing but ice cream for days to their caloric needs and exercise, and still lose weight. They won't be able to do it forever, but its literally a numbers game. If your body needs 500 calories of energy, it will get it from somewhere.

We could actually solve obesity alone without ever having to put someone in a gym. The gym is for overall health (it does aid with solving obesity, metabolism etc not discrediting that at all FYI), we just equate the two because our waist sizes have become so large (and lifestyles have changed) its the only way to get faster results. Its why I'm actually ok with having calories listed on all items of food.


You do understand that this is exactly what I just said, right?

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Re: Saz Abroad - Episode 3: Incredible India

Postby fstarcstar » Tue Aug 18, 2015 5:43 pm

Not exactly, no. I did say I took back your wrong statements, but you still dont really know what your talking about.
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Re: Saz Abroad - Episode 3: Incredible India

Postby The Comrade » Tue Aug 18, 2015 5:59 pm

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The Comrade wrote:listen to this landwhale from texas try and preach to us


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Re: Saz Abroad - Episode 3: Incredible India

Postby exploited » Tue Aug 18, 2015 6:05 pm

fstarcstar wrote:Not exactly, no. I did say I took back your wrong statements, but you still dont really know what your talking about.


So I don't know what I'm talking about, even though I said exactly what you said and I'm not wrong. Gotcha.

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Re: Saz Abroad - Episode 3: Incredible India

Postby lnrw » Tue Aug 18, 2015 6:44 pm

fstarcstar wrote:Not exactly, no. I did say I took back your wrong statements, but you still dont really know what your talking about.


As you must know, I am no part of the ex and com cabal.

However, is English your first language?

Can you tell me what is wrong or different between what you said and what ex said?

Hint: he's not in any way trying to pull a fast one.

Is what you're saying soccer logic in action?
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Re: Saz Abroad - Episode 3: Incredible India

Postby exploited » Tue Aug 18, 2015 6:46 pm

lnrw wrote:
fstarcstar wrote:Not exactly, no. I did say I took back your wrong statements, but you still dont really know what your talking about.


As you must know, I am no part of the ex and com cabal.

However, is English your first language?

Can you tell me what is wrong or different between what you said and what ex said?

Hint: he's not in any way trying to pull a fast one.

Is what you're saying soccer logic in action?


You're an honorary member whether you like it or not :D
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