>get fit and lean. >people treat you nice

>get fit and lean
>people treat you nice

how?

  1. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Because you treated yourself better first.

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      Basically

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        I should watch Mob Psycho.

        • 6 days ago
          Anonymous

          top 10 favorite anime all time

  2. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Sure. I have been always been fit and relatively in shape. Covid threw that away, but even prior to that I had gotten out of a long term relationship and gained some weight, with Covid it pushed me into the heaviest I have ever been and legitimately obese. To the point where my doctor said I was at risk of hypertension and potentially diabetes in the long run. This was when I started hitting the gym, and due to my familiarity I lost 20 pounds along with gaining back a lot of my muscle I had lost due to very strict gym closures the year prior.

    Anyways, being fit in lean does multiple things. For one, you are accomplishing and succeeding at very simple and easy goals multiple times a week, with results in some form or another. That gives you some confidence and motivation because you are getting what you want out of life on some level.

    I've been doing it so long that it was a way of life, so I didn't really get that sense until I went back into the gym. I had forgotten how much that helps. Also, worth noting, the impact is literally measurable depending on how committed you are. You can put hours of work into a project or relationship and feel very little to even no reward that makes it worth it. With being fit, that's not the case if you are actually doing the work. The rewards are going to come.

    <cont>

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      being fit and lean is attractive to most people, and most people treat attractive people better. such is life.

      [...]
      [...]

      <2/3 cont>
      So right off the bat it makes you able to tackle more things in general. It can be as simple as making a call to schedule a therapist if you are depressed, getting medication from a doctor if you need it etc. Picking up a phone and scheduling an appt isn't harder than spending an hour at the gym, it makes those tasks less daunting.

      This translates to progression in all areas at some point. You start taking better care of yourself after awhile. You might pay more attention to how you dress because you want to show off your body, you might be less hesitant to go to social gatherings because you are a little less self conscious. You get the idea.

      This is really where you get treated better. You are just more apt to deal with people in a positive way because you are doing more positive things and just have more of a positive vibe. As a result you start becoming more confident and if you keep leaning into that you are just more healthy. Not just physically, but mentally and spiritually as well

      The obvious answer is you will get more attention from women and people, more compliments and such, but it really won't matter that much because you are really doing it for yourself at that point. All the extra attention becomes icing on the cake, but it's really just noise in the background eventually.

      <cont>

      [...]

      <3/3 cont>
      .
      Can you do these things while out of shape? Sure, but there are limits.For one, how can you take care of another person if you can't take care of yourself in the most basic way possible? What ultimately happens is you don't have the foundation to achieve even the most basic tasks to take of the most basic thing that also happens to one of the most important: your physical health. You'll have to overcompensate, I have yet to meet an obese person who doesn't do this. They try to do it by being overly self-depreciating to be funny, or trying to show off their financial success or even by trying to hard to get a ton of women to show they are sexually vibrant despite people thinking otherwise. They're always trying to overcompensate in some area to the point it becomes their personality. They lack balance and moderation and stability. I mean this not just in personality but even in money, confidence and especially their own relationships with people.

      When you are also fit you just can say no more easily, at least for me, and I'm generally a really agreeable person. I think when I was out of shape I just felt undeserving or even desperate. An attractive woman's attention starts making you thankful, which is horrible. Being fit is you setting a standard, and you can apply that in real life. You become familiar with the feeling of saying no to things because you do it with yourself all the time now. You say no to getting wasted, or smoking pot all day to cope. You start saying no to foods that are soley there for comfort. You say no to fat family members who want to drag you down. It's hard and uncomfortable, but so is muscle soreness and getting up to go to the gym. The entire process of being fit is being uncomfortable. You become familiar with it.

      Saying no really empowers you IF you have the leverage to do it. Good luck bros. WAGMI

      didn't read and you're gay

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        I only give enough of a fuck to tell you I don't give a fuck. Which is about this many words

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      [...]
      [...]

      <2/3 cont>
      So right off the bat it makes you able to tackle more things in general. It can be as simple as making a call to schedule a therapist if you are depressed, getting medication from a doctor if you need it etc. Picking up a phone and scheduling an appt isn't harder than spending an hour at the gym, it makes those tasks less daunting.

      This translates to progression in all areas at some point. You start taking better care of yourself after awhile. You might pay more attention to how you dress because you want to show off your body, you might be less hesitant to go to social gatherings because you are a little less self conscious. You get the idea.

      This is really where you get treated better. You are just more apt to deal with people in a positive way because you are doing more positive things and just have more of a positive vibe. As a result you start becoming more confident and if you keep leaning into that you are just more healthy. Not just physically, but mentally and spiritually as well

      The obvious answer is you will get more attention from women and people, more compliments and such, but it really won't matter that much because you are really doing it for yourself at that point. All the extra attention becomes icing on the cake, but it's really just noise in the background eventually.

      <cont>

      [...]

      <3/3 cont>
      .
      Can you do these things while out of shape? Sure, but there are limits.For one, how can you take care of another person if you can't take care of yourself in the most basic way possible? What ultimately happens is you don't have the foundation to achieve even the most basic tasks to take of the most basic thing that also happens to one of the most important: your physical health. You'll have to overcompensate, I have yet to meet an obese person who doesn't do this. They try to do it by being overly self-depreciating to be funny, or trying to show off their financial success or even by trying to hard to get a ton of women to show they are sexually vibrant despite people thinking otherwise. They're always trying to overcompensate in some area to the point it becomes their personality. They lack balance and moderation and stability. I mean this not just in personality but even in money, confidence and especially their own relationships with people.

      When you are also fit you just can say no more easily, at least for me, and I'm generally a really agreeable person. I think when I was out of shape I just felt undeserving or even desperate. An attractive woman's attention starts making you thankful, which is horrible. Being fit is you setting a standard, and you can apply that in real life. You become familiar with the feeling of saying no to things because you do it with yourself all the time now. You say no to getting wasted, or smoking pot all day to cope. You start saying no to foods that are soley there for comfort. You say no to fat family members who want to drag you down. It's hard and uncomfortable, but so is muscle soreness and getting up to go to the gym. The entire process of being fit is being uncomfortable. You become familiar with it.

      Saying no really empowers you IF you have the leverage to do it. Good luck bros. WAGMI

      This, tbh. I was a NEET for almost 7-8 years, fit just gave me so much motivation to change and confidence it's actually crazy.

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        Also, most of it is probably due to hormonal issues aswell, just exercising, going outside, doing cardio improved my health a lot.
        I remember not being able to even walk for 10 minutes without feeling like I was dying and I'm 24yo.

  3. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    If you look like you can snap them in half people will start treating you better

    It's something deeply subconscious, if you look formidable as in you can get shit done and overpower everyone else people will subconsciously want to be on your good side.

  4. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Sure. I have been always been fit and relatively in shape. Covid threw that away, but even prior to that I had gotten out of a long term relationship and gained some weight, with Covid it pushed me into the heaviest I have ever been and legitimately obese. To the point where my doctor said I was at risk of hypertension and potentially diabetes in the long run. This was when I started hitting the gym, and due to my familiarity I lost 20 pounds along with gaining back a lot of my muscle I had lost due to very strict gym closures the year prior.

    Anyways, being fit in lean does multiple things. For one, you are accomplishing and succeeding at very simple and easy goals multiple times a week, with results in some form or another. That gives you some confidence and motivation because you are getting what you want out of life on some level.

    I've been doing it so long that it was a way of life, so I didn't really get that sense until I went back into the gym. I had forgotten how much that helps. Also, worth noting, the impact is literally measurable depending on how committed you are. You can put hours of work into a project or relationship and feel very little to even no reward that makes it worth it. With being fit, that's not the case if you are actually doing the work. The rewards are going to come.

    <cont>

    <2/3 cont>
    So right off the bat it makes you able to tackle more things in general. It can be as simple as making a call to schedule a therapist if you are depressed, getting medication from a doctor if you need it etc. Picking up a phone and scheduling an appt isn't harder than spending an hour at the gym, it makes those tasks less daunting.

    This translates to progression in all areas at some point. You start taking better care of yourself after awhile. You might pay more attention to how you dress because you want to show off your body, you might be less hesitant to go to social gatherings because you are a little less self conscious. You get the idea.

    This is really where you get treated better. You are just more apt to deal with people in a positive way because you are doing more positive things and just have more of a positive vibe. As a result you start becoming more confident and if you keep leaning into that you are just more healthy. Not just physically, but mentally and spiritually as well

    The obvious answer is you will get more attention from women and people, more compliments and such, but it really won't matter that much because you are really doing it for yourself at that point. All the extra attention becomes icing on the cake, but it's really just noise in the background eventually.

    <cont>

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      Sure. I have been always been fit and relatively in shape. Covid threw that away, but even prior to that I had gotten out of a long term relationship and gained some weight, with Covid it pushed me into the heaviest I have ever been and legitimately obese. To the point where my doctor said I was at risk of hypertension and potentially diabetes in the long run. This was when I started hitting the gym, and due to my familiarity I lost 20 pounds along with gaining back a lot of my muscle I had lost due to very strict gym closures the year prior.

      Anyways, being fit in lean does multiple things. For one, you are accomplishing and succeeding at very simple and easy goals multiple times a week, with results in some form or another. That gives you some confidence and motivation because you are getting what you want out of life on some level.

      I've been doing it so long that it was a way of life, so I didn't really get that sense until I went back into the gym. I had forgotten how much that helps. Also, worth noting, the impact is literally measurable depending on how committed you are. You can put hours of work into a project or relationship and feel very little to even no reward that makes it worth it. With being fit, that's not the case if you are actually doing the work. The rewards are going to come.

      <cont>

      <3/3 cont>
      .
      Can you do these things while out of shape? Sure, but there are limits.For one, how can you take care of another person if you can't take care of yourself in the most basic way possible? What ultimately happens is you don't have the foundation to achieve even the most basic tasks to take of the most basic thing that also happens to one of the most important: your physical health. You'll have to overcompensate, I have yet to meet an obese person who doesn't do this. They try to do it by being overly self-depreciating to be funny, or trying to show off their financial success or even by trying to hard to get a ton of women to show they are sexually vibrant despite people thinking otherwise. They're always trying to overcompensate in some area to the point it becomes their personality. They lack balance and moderation and stability. I mean this not just in personality but even in money, confidence and especially their own relationships with people.

      When you are also fit you just can say no more easily, at least for me, and I'm generally a really agreeable person. I think when I was out of shape I just felt undeserving or even desperate. An attractive woman's attention starts making you thankful, which is horrible. Being fit is you setting a standard, and you can apply that in real life. You become familiar with the feeling of saying no to things because you do it with yourself all the time now. You say no to getting wasted, or smoking pot all day to cope. You start saying no to foods that are soley there for comfort. You say no to fat family members who want to drag you down. It's hard and uncomfortable, but so is muscle soreness and getting up to go to the gym. The entire process of being fit is being uncomfortable. You become familiar with it.

      Saying no really empowers you IF you have the leverage to do it. Good luck bros. WAGMI

      • 7 days ago
        Anonymous

        >Saying no really empowers you IF you have the leverage to do it.

        Quick note on what this means: physical health is leverage against other people who are not physically healthy or who are. They will look at you with more respect or as an equal. So in daily interactions when you are healthier than the vast majority of the population you will just get a more positive response from the bulk of people. You have more leverage in that initial impression. That doesn't mean it lasts, you can't be a dick, but it does mean you have more respect at the onset. There are people who will be threatened by you, that's what leverage ultimately is, it's an advantage. People may resent that for whatever reason, they don't like you having an advantage or will even challenge you in some way (typically passive aggressive which I detest). That's not bad, it's just a bit of a burden, but that's not on you.

  5. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    I'm 6'1 and quite lean, yet I feel like most people avoid or treat me like shit. You're probably just handsome.

  6. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    People treat you as you treat yourself

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      Kuma pepe, now THATS a rare pepe

  7. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Rorschach was right

  8. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    People respect the discipline and intelligence it takes to be fit without being a roider.

  9. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    Being attractive means people will attribute more positive traits to you.
    I sort of hate it because people assume I'm better at things than what I am, so I'm always working with high expectations.

    • 7 days ago
      Anonymous

      That's because you're trying to please people who make unrealistic expectations based on superficial things like looks. They're idiots. Respect and thank them for their opinion of you, but don't change your life to be agreeable to their idiotic standards pulled out of their asses.

      Be a good person, help others, but at the end of the day, fuck their stupid opinions formed from their inability to think of people as humans and not labeling them because it's easier.

  10. 7 days ago
    Anonymous

    >be strong as fuck and imposing bloat lord
    >people constantly hate and despise you
    >stare in shocking disgust and contempt
    feels good to be a menace

  11. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    Watchmen movie was alright

  12. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    >get noticeably bigger after being a twig all my life
    >males feel insecure around me and tend to act like passive aggressive morones
    >still can't get laid
    the dream

    • 6 days ago
      Anonymous

      kek
      at least you're being witnessed, feeling like you're painted in the wall is worse imo

  13. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    I was kind of coasting until I got back into working out.
    Now I'm thriving.

  14. 6 days ago
    Anonymous

    people will post a bunch of faggy shit about "people treat you how you treat yourself!!" when in reality people just treat people who are attractive better than people who are unnatractive. It's not that complicated.

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