>skyrockets your test levels. >dramatically improves your immune system. >literally cures most mental illnesses

>skyrockets your test levels
>dramatically improves your immune system
>literally cures most mental illnesses
>makes you look glowing and beautiful

....
>will give you skin cancer

So what the fuck is one supposed to do?

  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just tan for a bit and don't get burnt or abuse or use sunscreen. No cancer then. Don't be a retard

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Someone give me the redpill on sunscreen, I lather my entire body with spf 90 before going out for a jog almost everyday. Is it going to give me cancer, or worse, negatively impact my gains?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Don't use old sunscreen, once it degrades it's very likely cancerogenic, before that it's fine, at least when it comes to cancer. Also unless you have very light skin and frekels, you'll likely don't need spf90 sunscreen, but do whatever. If you're jogging for a longer time (30min+) it's not a bad idea to go with sunscreen, if you're just going for a short jog, you don't need it

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Anything over spf 30 is a meme

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >will give you skin cancer
    Ok IST, get ready for some esoteric suntan autism. Some years ago, when I found out that the Greek islanders have some of the lowest skin cancer rates on the planet I was left bamboozled. How come an area as sunny, hot and dry as the Aegean record such low skin cancer cases? The obvious answer would be genes, but there's more to it. The next obvious hint is progressively overloading your sun exposure, adjusting normally through winter, spring, and then summer is much more tolerable and beneficial than stepping out of a flight from Britain and onto the Aegean sands. Then it dawned on me that the rise in skin cancer rates is a result of lifestylr, along with genes and sun toletance. I'll continue my post.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      So what do I mean by lifestyle? Well, what lifestyle changes most benefit the RECOVERY of a weightlifter? Obviously protein rich food, along with plenty of water and sleep. These have been proven to rebuild the damage done by weightlifting. Now what does the average tourist do? Aside from not having the proper genes to handle the sun and being unprepared by not having built previous tolerance (like loading 2pl8 on the bench on your first day) he slacks on his diet, living off of potato chips and sodas with an occassional restaurant meal, he dehydrates himself by staying long hours at the beach, drinks alcohol which further dehydrates you AND nukes protein synthesis (so the little protein he consumes to rebuild the damage caused by the sun vanishes) and lastly, he sleeps like shit pulling all nighters at worst. Such a lifestyle would cripple any weightlifter. I argue that the days the tourist's body receives the most stress, which he fails to counter, are the days crucial for developing skin cancer because of his shitty lifestyle. It's not the sun that's dangerous, it's the lifestyle.

      t. has not worn sunscreen in 2 years and has not had a single sunburn

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      So what do I mean by lifestyle? Well, what lifestyle changes most benefit the RECOVERY of a weightlifter? Obviously protein rich food, along with plenty of water and sleep. These have been proven to rebuild the damage done by weightlifting. Now what does the average tourist do? Aside from not having the proper genes to handle the sun and being unprepared by not having built previous tolerance (like loading 2pl8 on the bench on your first day) he slacks on his diet, living off of potato chips and sodas with an occassional restaurant meal, he dehydrates himself by staying long hours at the beach, drinks alcohol which further dehydrates you AND nukes protein synthesis (so the little protein he consumes to rebuild the damage caused by the sun vanishes) and lastly, he sleeps like shit pulling all nighters at worst. Such a lifestyle would cripple any weightlifter. I argue that the days the tourist's body receives the most stress, which he fails to counter, are the days crucial for developing skin cancer because of his shitty lifestyle. It's not the sun that's dangerous, it's the lifestyle.

      t. has not worn sunscreen in 2 years and has not had a single sunburn

      Solpilled

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I created an artificial sun in my converted laboratory so I could microdose on the beneficial effects of solar radiation while limiting the harmful ones

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      How?

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just pin melanotan 2 and say goodbye to sunburns

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >t. Big Lenny

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Imagine thinking the sun we've been adapting to for a billion years gives you cancer. My money is on all the suncream chemicals you are actually rubbing in your skin

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >he actually thinks that if you go outside, you will get cancer
      Stop believing the garden gnomes. Also this

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    then how come there are people in sunny climates that
    >have low test
    >have poor immune system
    >have mental illnesses
    >are ugly

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      No OP but my theory is that these people have obviously evolved for prolonged exposure to the sun, so their exposure and vitamin D requirements are bigger than people in less sunny climates. Their direct ancestral line has been working in fields for thousands of years, but in the last 100 their professions have slowly shifted to walled offices with no sunlight. Here's another fact for you, people in the European side of the Mediterranean suffer from vit D deficiency.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >my theory is that
        >I pulled this out of my ass
        pick one

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      brasil literally have the highest test average of the world.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        according to this Brazil has at most 3041 hours (126 day) of sunshine a year depending on location
        https://www.currentresults.com/Weather/South-America/Brazil/sunshine-annual-average.php

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    PUFA in your body and in your skin makes you burn.
    I cut that shit out 3 months ago. Yesterday I went for a 50 minutes walk, shirtless, in strong afternoon sunlight. Didn't go the slightest bit red. If I'd have done that last year, I'd have been burned to fuck in 30 minutes.
    If you were to eat whole foods and consume gallons of genuine olive oil you'd naturally have low levels of PUFA in your system and would not burn so readily. Also the other things you said about gradually acclimatising and staying hydrated and well fed.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It only gives you skin cancer if you get burned a lot. Regular sun exposure reduces all cause mortality (not explained by vit d) and doesn't increase melanoma risk.

      Jfc, I know you're probably just a retard, but the fact there's always anti pufa shilling jammed into every single thread almost has me convinced pufa scaremongering is a gnomish psyop. ~~*They*~~ don't want you to consume pufas and I wonder why.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >no one ever got sunburned before Wesson oil
      Like every thing else, you retards are going too far with your sneed larp.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Balance
    μέτρον ἄριστον

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >μέτρον άριστον + γνώθι σαυτόν
      the patrician combo

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why is there a post like this every few days where you retards act like you just get skin cancer by going outside? Just try to get like 30min-1hr of sun as many days as you can. Don’t fucking sit there roasting for hours on end without sunscreen. It’s not that complicated.

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Realistically, you'll get skin cancer when you're old, and should people really live to be old? Will I even enjoy it?

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