Ready to give up losing weight.

Any of you just decide to just be fat and maintain it. Enjoy life a bit more. I'm 280 lbs and been trying to lose weight for 10 years. I just give up. Any time that I make progress, I end up fricking up, like yesterday I couldn't take it and got a six pack of doughnuts.

It wasn't meant to be. Thin people get to enjoy the kingdom of heaven. The rest of us can admire them from afar, and suffer our tragic lives. It just isn't meant to be for us, like it is for you. You thin people won the lottery, you enjoy it for the rest of us, you don't know how good you have it. You're basically gods.

inb4
>you're a fat disgusting frick!
>you're a loser
>you will die alone.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    same dude. i just try to lift and do my cardio regularly tho. good luck

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Any time that I make progress, I end up fricking up, like yesterday I couldn't take it and got a six pack of doughnuts
    Anon your weight probably spiked the morning after this, but that doesn't mean you suddenly gained a shitton of fat back, it's just ur body filling up glycogen stores cause you ate more than you have been suddenly. Keep going, do it for Mio

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    In that case it's time for bear mode. Put all your effort into lifting. You may never be thin, but you will be strong.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >went from 240lbs to 155lbs
    You're just weak.
    Pussy ass Black person, put the fricking fork down.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Become an ozempig.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    you havent really been trying then. Its really easy to lose weight, especially at that size - it just takes willpower and consistancy. In the last 1.5yrs ive dropped from 275 to 188 at a very casual pace. Control your calories, do incline treadmill for like an hour each day, throw in some lifting if you really want, and control your fricking calories. Its that fricking simple.

    >its not for me
    is the attitude of a fricking quitter and this is why you're fat.

    >enjoy life a bit more
    i enjoy life infinitely more when im not fat. Everything becomes easier, i have more energy, i have more social opportunities and i can still do and eat more or less whatever the frick i want. Hell one month just to prove a point to a co-worker who was a moron and kept making excuses i pretty much only ate/drank soda, pizza, and hotdogs from costco and still lost 10lbs because i tracked the amount and did extra cardio to compensate.

    Get your shit together, stop being a lazy homosexual. Its not a lottery, its not divine intervention, its effort. Being fat is a fricking choice, and i say that as someone whos been landwhale status twice in my life. Take accountability for your own actions.

    You will forever be miserable and just know that you are actively choosing your misery instead of doing something about it.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    don't you want to try doing eca or albuterol or an appetite suppressant first

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      for most fatties, appetite isn't the problem. it's a behavioral patterns. doesn't matter if they're hungry or not. they get bored, or tired, and just start eating. appetite is easily fixed by eating more protein. but you still see people on keto inhaling food when they're clearly not hungry.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >appetite isn't the problem
        It is part of the problem and if it wasn't ozempic wouldn't work.
        Why do you think so many people suddenly developed a pathological behavioral pattern?
        For some people they can will through the hormonal issues and fix their behavioral problems but that doesn't mean it's the solution for most people. If it was that easy we wouldn't have obese people everywhere.
        >You still see people on keto inhaling food when they're clearly not hungry.
        So what does that imply? That it doesn't work for others? That we should ignore the hormonal response side of overeating?
        Why did they start overeating to begin with?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          From what I understand, Ozempic makes you literally nauseated at the thought of eating too much. Like, makes you vomit if you over eat? That's quite a bit different than simple appetite concerns.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I couldn't take it and got a six pack of doughnuts
    lol
    I will never understand this
    to me, you're not human
    I'm 100% serious, never in my life I had a "urge" that took control over my actions and made me do something I didn't want

    I hope you regain consciousness, can't imagine what must be like to live without full control of what you do
    you made me remember that I recently stopped eating bread because of the yeast in it
    never for a second I though "man I need to go eat bread"

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm in the same boat but I'm trying again.

    After I gave up weed, cocaine, and drinking food was the last vice I had (besides smoking).

    I saw Ethan Supplee (most famous for being a morbidly obese actor) lose all the weight and get in shape so it's not impossible.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Why are his nipples below his pecs like that

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        probably because his skin got stretched out when he was extremely overweight ?

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You’ve made this thread three times month
    Not only are you taking up space irl as a datty you’re taking up internet space now
    Massive waste of space on both ends. Just frick off

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Try Mounjaro
    If you don't lose 80lbs in 12 months get a Gastric Bypass

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Try mounjaro
      I did but got a kernel panic. I switched to arch and it's smooth sailing

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Try very low fat high carb it's been working for people for 100 years and it's the first diet I've tried that's fairly sustainable and working

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Essentially every single study on this stuff says the same thing:
    >discipline is a meme and doesn't work
    And they're right, it doesn't. Sheer willpower does not work long-term. The only way anyone does anything hard is by finding something redeeming in it.
    Sure I lift for the long-term gains, but I also lift because I know that if I don't, I'll feel terrible TOMORROW and if I do I'll feel a lot better.
    Dieting takes discipline at first in the short-term to get started. You won't feel immediately better; you'll probably feel worse at the prospect of the immense mountain ahead and also a sense of loss because you presumably love food (you fat frick).
    But the point is if you keep with it for maybe even just two weeks, you'll begin to understand and see how you feel better NOW, not just when you've lost the remaining 80 lbs. And eating shit and breaking your diet will make you feel terrible NOW. And you enjoy feeling good on your diet, you like how you physically feel. It feels better than when you break it.
    The moment you find that element---that the hard thing makes you feel better NOW, you'll have found the thing that makes you stick with it.
    Without that you're fricked.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      the biggest issue with this is only partially discipline, but more how people treat weightloss and dieting. The way shit is marketed to them is that its a temporary thing and they just have to adhere to it for a short period of time until they hit some milestones or get to their result - they then immediately revert to their old habits, often worse due to rebound hunger/fatigue and gain it all back absurdly fast.

      The people who are successful are aware its a lifestyle change and learn skills like being able to accurately count calories, understanding moderation, and understanding planning. I know i can overeat like a motherfricker one day, but I am also aware of roughly how much i'll be overeating and how ill have to adjust my next few days/week's food plan and exercise programming to compensate for it.

      The more systemic issue is that health education in most places (especially america) is particularly bad. Most people dont understand at all how the body works, what they should be eating, how much they should be eating, and how much they are actually eating. Its why you get all these fatties that scream at the top of their lungs calories are meaningless and you have to use [insert trendy meme diet here] diet to lose weight and its the only way and thats *only* if you have lucky genetics! Most of the population has no idea what BMR is, how to accurately apply that number, how to estimate or keep track of how many calories they are eating etc. Hell, theres been like 2-3 studies where they watch people who "can't lose weight no matter what" and found in 100% of cases that the individuals are massively overeating, underestimating their intake, and overestimating their exertion. Modern culture is just really averse to accountability and people will make any excuse they can to avoid being responsible for their own lack of knowledge or willpower.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/F6Os74L.jpeg

      Any of you just decide to just be fat and maintain it. Enjoy life a bit more. I'm 280 lbs and been trying to lose weight for 10 years. I just give up. Any time that I make progress, I end up fricking up, like yesterday I couldn't take it and got a six pack of doughnuts.

      It wasn't meant to be. Thin people get to enjoy the kingdom of heaven. The rest of us can admire them from afar, and suffer our tragic lives. It just isn't meant to be for us, like it is for you. You thin people won the lottery, you enjoy it for the rest of us, you don't know how good you have it. You're basically gods.

      inb4
      >you're a fat disgusting frick!
      >you're a loser
      >you will die alone.

      yes

      >keep with it for maybe even just two weeks
      two weeks. that's all it takes. if you can make it past two weeks, you'll start thinking it's easy and wonder why you didn't do it before.

      Those first two weeks are hard. But, like, right now I'm sitting 15 feet away from a pantry full of processed shit. I literally have some hersheys in my desk in the left drawer right there. idgaf. It's not willpower or anything. That food just isn't part of my routine anymore. Two weeks is what it takes to make or break a habit.

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Your body actually has a system for homeostasis regulating your consumption through hunger.
    Just fix that and deal with the psychological addiction of eating and losing weight becomes just a matter of time instead of a struggle.
    Reminder that CICO gays don't know what works for others. They want you to fail because it makes them feel superior. They're outliers because otherwise we wouldn't have more obese people than normal weight people.
    Just remember that you're an animal even if you have a brain and there's nothing wrong with that. An animal in the wrong environment with thousands of years of evolutionary pressure getting tripped by technology and it's shift in diet it forces on us.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Reminder that CICO gays don't know what works for others. They want you to fail because it makes them feel superior. They're outliers because otherwise we wouldn't have more obese people than normal weight people.
      CICO is physics, and we do not want anyone to fail.
      Eating 1,000 calories of oreos won't fill you up, eating 1,000 calories of chicken will. CICO is not the same as the twinkie diet.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Obviously CICO is true but CICO gays just tell people to eat less calories and it doesn't work and then blame people for being moronic if it doesn't work for others.
        Just about as helpful as just telling an alcoholic to drink less and then calling him moronic if he can't stop.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Just about as helpful as just telling an alcoholic to drink less and then calling him moronic if he can't stop.
          my friend is a fat alcoholic, this was the correct approach

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Good for him. So what if it didn't? You think there aren't addicts who hear stuff like this constantly and still can't get off it?
            The whole point is that telling people to count their calories works for some and it doesn't work for others.
            The issue is some people believe in CICO religiously like there can be no other solution or that you should always take the hard way. Putting the blame on the general population isn't gonna fix obesity even if they should be responsible.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Worked for me. Just use a fricking food scale. People who stay fat dont want to be thin bad enough.

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Any of you just decide to just be fat and maintain it. Enjoy life a bit more. I'm 280 lbs and been trying to lose weight for 10 years. I just give up. Any time that I make progress, I end up fricking up, like yesterday I couldn't take it and got a six pack of doughnuts.
    You have to find a sustainable weight loss plan. Donuts are ok every now and then.
    Dunkin Donuts at 270 calories each (more or less depending on type), having 2 as breakfast is fine. Even 3 if you have a light lunch

    Don't give up bro, keep fighting the slop! Find foods you like, find exercises you enjoy

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's not as simple as losing weight. It's this whole learning process of identifying your weaknesses and eliminating them.

    For example, my parents caused me problems. Every time I went to their house, or they came over here, there was always food involved. They either ordered out, or brought over stuff, and I didn't have the willpower to handle that so I had to be assertive and tell them as much. They respected that and stopped trying to feed me.

    My other was bringing my son to the store with me. I had a hard time telling him no to reasonable requests, like some muffins or croissants. I can't have that shit around the house, but it's like he was asking alot, so it was hard to say no. I had to fix that by ordering groceries at home and having them delivered.

    Most foods have a sugar-free or fat-free alternative to help with those cravings. Like, Hersheys has some mini pieces that are sugar free and taste identical to the normal ones. Life savers, Werther's, most candies have sugar-free varieties that are only like 5 calories. I like the life savers and Werther's because they last 10 minutes. But you get the idea.

    If you still live with your parents or something though, you're pretty much fricked. You HAVE to have the willpower and discipline to overcome food in the house in that case.

    You get the idea, though. There is almost always a way to handle those weak spots. Identify them, and get rid of them.

  17. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

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  18. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just don't die in the next 5 years and you'll have obesity drugs to function like the rest of us.

  19. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Try eating only beef, salt, and water

  20. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    > I'm 280 lbs and been trying to lose weight for 10 years
    i don't think you ever even tried. you entertained the thought of it and stressed about it, but never actually put in the effort to make real change.
    but whatever, im done trying to encourage you losers.
    you want to give up? well congrats you're already there.

  21. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Hello fatty. I'm here to help.

    The key to fat loss is to do the following, eat steak+eggs for your meals on Vince's signature definition diet. With each meal, eat 3/4 lbs of good high protein meat of your choice with about 3-4 eggs per meal. Every third day, replace one dinner with a spaghetti dinner with tomato sauce and some vegetables. If you have chicken, make sure to eat the skin and cook it with the skin on.

    Make sure to supplement:

    Vitamin C: 1000 mg/day
    Desicated Liver: 5g/day
    Cod liver oil: 800 mg/day
    Vitamin E: 15 mg
    Digestic Enzymes with each meal
    Any needed Minerals

    And don't try to just go with a multivitamin. Shop around for the good stuff.

    If you don't feel like eating a meal. Don't eat. Do not have any sweatened beverages more than once per week and only have one with meal. Do not eat anything outside of meals. You can have 2-3 meals per day.

    Lift 3-5 times a week on whatever program you think is good while paying attention to progessive overload while working in some light cardio. At your bodyweight, walking would be good enough

  22. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    not sure how much you think thin people eat
    today i consumed:
    - 1 liter of milk (750 kcal)
    - 1 tub of yogurt (400 kcal)
    - 1 pizza (1258 kcal)
    total of 2408 kcal and 147g protein - thats it
    i.e. no unlisted snacks, thats everything i consumed today
    >you won the lottery, its all genetics
    thats fricking cope and you know it, eat less homosexual

  23. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I feel you but in the opposite direction. I’ve given up on being swoll. It’s not meant for me. Anytime I go over 185 I feel like absolute shit and I hate bulking. Food and lifting bore me. I’ll just stick to cardio and body weight training. And fasting. It’s what my body was built for I guess

  24. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >like yesterday I couldn't take it and got a six pack of doughnuts
    what else did you eat yesterday? be thorough.
    did you eat all six donuts in one sitting? what kind of donuts were they?

  25. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Enjoy life a bit more
    >I'm 280 lbs
    >Enjoy life
    It's always 10 steps forward, 3 steps back
    Clean your shit up and get back at it pussy

  26. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >K-On! post
    >Mio enjoyer
    >dumb as frick homosexual
    have a nice day immediately. You can not like what I like and write posts with this homosexual mentality.

  27. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Started at 220lbs overweight. Reached as low as 175. I'm back to 185lbs and I'm so frustrated because I've been trying to cut.

  28. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I've lost 100lbs, but I'm steadily gaining it all back because my life hasn't improved at all. If I actually regain then I won't bother with weight loss again. It's just too stressful with little to no benefit.

  29. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You think shit comes easy to everyone anon? No, you have to really work for this. It’ll be painful and hard but you’ll look back when you’re healthy and be proud. Don’t live with regrets because it’s the worst feeling. Get up and keep grinding.

  30. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    try reframing your problem. it's not a physical fitness issue, it's a mental health problem. your behavior sucks and you lack discipline. you are not in control of your own choices and you let dopamine release dictate your nutritional intake. you need to tackle it this way in order for any meaningful change to occur because your fat fricking disgusting hippo ass is something you will never get rid of without sending a cease and desist to your big fat pie hole. no amount of exercise or steps will rectify your addiction to satiating your enormous uncontrolled appetite.

    honestly, if you were your own child then you would deserve to lose custody. you do not deserve custody over yourself because you make harmful choices to your own life. you weak, pathetic, pitiful fat sack of shit.

  31. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Youre weak. I lost 80lbs and 2 years later havent gained it back. Life is so much better on the other side that you wouldnt believe me if I described it to you.

    We're all gonna make it. Feel free to join me, or you can keep crying and coping. Your choice.

  32. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    how the frick do people even gain weight???

    Just stop eating!?
    eat a smaller portion
    eat less caloric dense food
    skip a meal

    like unless you WANT to be fat, there is no way you didn't lose weight
    although I genuinely don't understand how someone can get fat (against their will) in the first place

  33. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    No lmao I broke 70kg a few weeks ago down from 100kg approx 18 months ago. Got down to mid 70's in under a year. It's so easy literally just eat less you fat c**t.

  34. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    if you try anything for 10 years and it doesn't work you are literally just subhuman you lost the life brain roll

  35. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bait but I’ll bite. This confirms my suspicion about this board. It seems the replies here are either genuinely helpful and nice, or flat out toxic, cancerous and pathetic, and you fat fricks are the later.

    Real gym bros are supportive, encouraging and great to be around. They’re thrilled when anyone uptakes this hobby since they know it’s not only beneficial to their well-being, but also makes you healthy and happier in the long-term.

    Meanwhile you fat fricks wallow in misery. You see the /cbt/ threads, get triggered and reply with the most insecure, destructive replies imaginable. All the actual fit people have left this board and now it’s just filled with fat-fricks who don’t have the willpower to fix what they hate. I would try to say something constructive, but I’ve dealt with enough of you type of people that it’s just wasted breath at this point.

  36. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Enjoy life a bit more.
    question is if you really are enjoying life or just lying to yourself?

    t. ex-fatty

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