Does a midwit IQ hinder body development?

Does a midwit IQ hinder body development?

They seem just smart enough to convince themselves not working out is somehow good, but not smart enough to notice that not having muscle doesn't feel good.

  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Self discipline is one of the most important indicators of intelligence any being can have. Opinions like the one in your picture are almost always shared by idiots and hedonist who possess a deficiency of self awareness and humility. "Wars fought by idiots, nations administered by cowards" ect.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Pussy Guppy thinks that intelligence = being the smart kid at school
      that retard doesn't know shit

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/LZKtLjZ.jpg

        Does a midwit IQ hinder body development?

        They seem just smart enough to convince themselves not working out is somehow good, but not smart enough to notice that not having muscle doesn't feel good.

        He's also fat by has own admission. The irony of this thread is that this guy's tweet is exactly the kind of thing a midwit would say. Only midwits feel the compulsive need to express these purposefully obnoxious 'takes'. At no point when he was writing this did he stop and ask himself why he was doing it, that lack of introspection and self-critical thought is the hallmark of midwittery

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Half of this guy's tweets are just knee-jerk reactions to issues he wouldn't have to deal with if he weren't fat.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >want to hear my 100 favorite pokemon facts?
    >how about my surface knowledge of Marxist philosophy and random WWII battlesI got from reading Wikipedia articles at 4 am?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      having more than a surface level understanding of marx is loser shit. same for people who go deep into info about ww2. people who randomly read wikipedia for fun are great.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      thanks to this kind people actual and legit atheism views are ridiculized and sinonymous of cringe fat people

      anyways christ is king

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >actual and legit atheism
        does not exist they are all dysgenic slum creatures that default to 'if god real why bad thing happen'

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      There's nothing wrong with this picture; nothing cringeworthy about it. It's a 14 year old talking about how he channels greater men's arguments in discussions about the topic. He's putting words to a phenomenon that happens daily to those who have been influenced by a greater source of knowledge, but all you midwits see is "CRINGE KID LOLOLOL CHRIST IS KING"

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        moron are we looking at the same pic?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Where do sodomites like you get the notion that you’re smarter than the creator of the universe

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This dude looks like a multi-target final fantasy boss. The strategy is to target Stephen Fry as he buffs the main boss and Richard Dawkins rebuffs your party

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Oi leave the 4am WWII battles out of this, I have trouble sleeping sometimes that's all

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone who fancies himself an intellectual and doesnt exercise in some form or another is a fucking pseud and should be disregarded.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There are more important things to do than read a poem or memorize a fun fact.
    See how far learning a poem takes you when you need to fixing a sink or replace a flat tire.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      When you're literate you just need to look that shit up anon. Or YouTube. Not that difficult. You can memorize a poem and learn other things to.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    they just go to the doc since they are too fat probably snore get put on a cpap

    hell even before that when im poorly gaining some extra visceral fat it affects my sleep

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Honestly there's a bit of truth to this guy's statement, at least in my situation. The realization hit me yesterday that I don't really do... anything. I lift, obviously. I brown IST. I go to class so that I can get a degree. One day I will use that degree to get a job to feed and house myself. But I don't do anything special, I don't do anything interesting, I don't known any special or useful knowledge outside of basic fitness. I just sort of exist. I think I just need to find a real hobby or two, but I can't think of anything worth pursuing that would actually keep me interested or allow me to meet other people, and I don't want to have to force myself to like something.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Even if you have a different hobby that would count as something else you "just do" or would be a consumerist item you purchase. The rat race of capitalism makes "who you are" synonymous with what you buy and what you do for work.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I'm aware of this, ideally it would he a hobby that's inexpensive to free. I used to draw a lot in the past, only with pencil and paper, so I might try to get into that again. Or I could try to read more, the library is free.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Library
          Libgen, buddy. All books are free.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/nKNdNPd.jpg

        Honestly there's a bit of truth to this guy's statement, at least in my situation. The realization hit me yesterday that I don't really do... anything. I lift, obviously. I brown IST. I go to class so that I can get a degree. One day I will use that degree to get a job to feed and house myself. But I don't do anything special, I don't do anything interesting, I don't known any special or useful knowledge outside of basic fitness. I just sort of exist. I think I just need to find a real hobby or two, but I can't think of anything worth pursuing that would actually keep me interested or allow me to meet other people, and I don't want to have to force myself to like something.

        you need a hobby that produces something: goods, art, stories, skills that you can share. not all hobbies are consumption, in fact the worthwhile ones mostly arent (unless you get into like mountaineering or le travel or something) You do need some basic tools to start but after that its pretty much up to you to produce your interest. its supposed to be something you enjoy but if you are literally just doing it to be interesting, then it gives you something to talk about when someone says 'what have you been up to?'

        >le capitalism sneed
        yes, you are just a collection of your actions. deal with it.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >production
          That is entailed in "what you do for work"

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Some people need to produce things to feel fulfilled. I'm certainly not getting that fulfillment out of my job.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              "Work" refers to more than just your job. If you do charity work you don't get any money for example. Or doing handywork for your house. Making stuff like chairs is obviously work even if you don't have a job at the chair factory

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >The rat race of capitalism makes "who you are" synonymous with what you buy and what you do for work.

        I've been working hard to change the way I interact with people I'm meeting for the first time. What's the first fucking question we always ask people when we meet them?
        >What do you do?
        Fuck that. You're more than a job. So I've been asking people different questions to start things off. "What is your favourite thing to do when you have friends from out of town visit?" shit like that. It also provides a better way to have conversations flow since you are now talking about things that interest them, whereas the "what do you do for a living" question isn't very stimulating for most people.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Even if you have a different hobby that would count as something else you "just do" or would be a consumerist item you purchase. The rat race of capitalism makes "who you are" synonymous with what you buy and what you do for work.

      I'm aware of this, ideally it would he a hobby that's inexpensive to free. I used to draw a lot in the past, only with pencil and paper, so I might try to get into that again. Or I could try to read more, the library is free.

      [...]
      you need a hobby that produces something: goods, art, stories, skills that you can share. not all hobbies are consumption, in fact the worthwhile ones mostly arent (unless you get into like mountaineering or le travel or something) You do need some basic tools to start but after that its pretty much up to you to produce your interest. its supposed to be something you enjoy but if you are literally just doing it to be interesting, then it gives you something to talk about when someone says 'what have you been up to?'

      >le capitalism sneed
      yes, you are just a collection of your actions. deal with it.

      Ultimately, nothing you do "really" matters in the grand scheme of things from a legacy standpoint.

      Just think of all of the humans that have ever lived. The billions upon billions. How many do we remember by name or can bring up in conversation casually? Very few. I promise you, millions of great men have come, produced amazing things for society and their community and their family and lived for great noble causes, died, and were completely forgotten after two generations. And these were people that actually did amazing things.

      The people who history has written down are a tiny fraction of a fraction of people.

      Even among today's influential people, only a very small handful will be remembered 1000 years from now (assuming we're still here). People today who are influencing the world will be forgotten a mere 20 years after their death and never spoken of again.

      All this to say, do things that you enjoy because you enjoy them. Change the world because you want to. Change your life because you want to. Not because of what you "think" you need to do.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        dude this is like a high schooler's "deep" facebook post after smoking weed for the first time. I'd be embarrassed to post this even on an anonymous image board.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          stfuuuuuuuuuuu
          Still true, regardless of how shallow it is. Nothing about it was meant to be "deep." You're here thinking that nothing you do is interesting, but you're basing that on some outside validation that doesn't matter.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Fuck off you middle school nihilist. Everything you do has meaning. You are living in it every day. By being your best you you make the world, at least your world, more beautiful every day.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You're so right man

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        quintessential teenage nihilist. I would laugh at you, but I was like you once. You'll grow out of it.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >actual and legit atheism
          does not exist they are all dysgenic slum creatures that default to 'if god real why bad thing happen'

          https://i.imgur.com/tSPOQAo.jpg

          You're so right man

          Fuck off you middle school nihilist. Everything you do has meaning. You are living in it every day. By being your best you you make the world, at least your world, more beautiful every day.

          dude this is like a high schooler's "deep" facebook post after smoking weed for the first time. I'd be embarrassed to post this even on an anonymous image board.

          >tfw IST grew up
          tears to my eyes and boners in my pants, I'm proud of you anons

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >I go to class so that I can get a degree
      So college then? Best time to have this realization. Start reading, I mean really reading. Like the other anon said, get a creative hobby. It's important to have your character and beliefs consistently challenged and to have the feeling of knowing that you've made something. The combination is the best driver of personal growth I know, you'll become "interesting" in no time.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >”Why exercise when you can perfect intellectual pursuits instead, like learning a language, how to paint, or instrument?”
    >proceeds to do none of these things in addition to also not working out.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Dumbass garden gnome names himself "Guppy"
    >A fag that has named himself after a small fish is the one telling you that exercise is not worth your time

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >these men
    Nothing wrong with a m'lady getting swole? Braniac gives away his inferiority complex easily for such a smart guy

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I think its more that midwits simply do what they hear echoed to them, and for the past ever so long they've been hearing that self-indulgence is good.

    Like, they don't actually think hard about what to do, their inner voice is simply a command to them rather than a consideration to evaluate. If they hear their inner voice say one thing, then to them its fact.
    I think this is kind of like how hypnosis and propaganda works. Intelligent people are less susceptible to those things compared to midwits since they actually evaluate ideas instead of act on them just by the merit of it bouncing in their head. Interestingly, many (but not all) people who are considered less intelligent than the norm don't fall into these types traps either since they don't actually have an inner voice and merely act intuitively through thoughts that aren't made in a language.
    Basically I'm saying midwits are buying into propaganda telling them to have unhealthy lifestyles. You parrot enough slogans to them, they obey.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      one the most revealing indicators of intelligence is the feeling of not being very intelligent because you are much smarter than others and by extrapolation can realize that there are others still that are much smarter than you.

      One of the dumbest guys I know really thought he was going to the NBA as a 6'5" center for a 2AA highschool team and then got to college and became suicidal because he was so bad compared to real hoopers.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I bring my kindle to the gym and read in between sets. truly /fitlit/

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Man that guy is so smart I bet he's read a lot of young adult fiction

  13. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >each muscle represents a language he didnt learn
    That's rich considering i lift while learning Portugese on youtube so i can slam Rio beach bundas

  15. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >counting and comparing muscles
    isn't anatomy a very important aspect of being a doctor, a field midwits worship?
    After all, its not like anyone can just become a doctor, they are really cut from a finer bolt of clothe

  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Need for cognition and physical activity are inversely correlated to a large degree, so yes and no.

    >"what is need for cognition"
    Measured by frequency of voluntarily engaging in cognitively demanding tasks for pleasure, as well as how long it takes for someone to get bored when doing something that takes a lot of thinking. It's a pretty standard metric, although niche.

    Basically smarter people tend to be fitter than dumber people for a given circumstance (e.g. among all blue collar mechanics the smarter ones will also tend to be fitter than the dumber ones) but, on the whole, smarter people tend to be neither extremely fit or extremely unfit. Thinking takes a lot of time and energy and unironically if you think a lot you get pretty exhausted.

  17. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Nah, but high IQ will stop most from getting crazy bodies. The incremental gain on time invested as a natural is laughable if you're anything more than ~3 years in and it requires significantly less time/volume to maintain than it does to gain.

  18. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Absolutely. Shape rotation is a necessary skill for building a chiseled physique. Wordcels could never.

  19. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Mitwits are intelligent enough to be good at coming up with persuasive arguments, which means they’re good at rationalizing why they are small and weak.

    Eventually, someone who is actually intelligent should be able to realize that the arguments their brain is coming up with to protect their self-image are stupid.

  20. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I know three languages to the extent that I can easily communicate with natives, four if you count Latin, which I cannot speak but understand in writing well enough to read the Gaulic War in its original version.

    I have read books by Victor Hugo, Voltaire, Luo Guanzhong, Thomas Mann, Dante Alighieri and many other classic authors. My favorite book is either "Les Miserables" or "Die Buddenbrooks", both of which I equally treasure.

    I read Wikipedia articles about stuff whenever something interests me, at least five per week, and memorize most of the facts.

    And YES, I DO LIFT WEIGHTS.

    It is complete and utter midwit cope to think that physical strength and intellectual aptitude are somehow mutually exclusive. In fact, I think it's a major problem of our times that this differentiation exists.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      so smaht and yet you ate the bait

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