Not everyone can: squat 300 lbs, run a mile in 7 minutes, do insane cross-fit routines, jog 10 miles, have a six-pack, do crazy calisthenics, but as long as they have a healthy goal they're striving for, then that is all that matters. Stop putting people down; I mean shouldn't we be happy that people are working out?! Start supporting people, even if they are involved in a different area of fitness or just started a certain area of fitness.
i hate when my mom says something about my weight.
i said i wanted a frosty. i have a card for a free one, for the whole year, any time. it’s like one of the little kid ones. mini. it’s nothing.
and she’s all ‘you don’t need that. we’re trying to watch our weight, remember?’
uhh. I’M trying to ‘watch my weight’, you eat all day whatever you want. there is no we. you could lose weight. a lot of it. but you don’t try. you just sit and complain about how fat you are. i’m sick of it.
and i know what i’m doing. i calculate my stuff. i know what i can and can’t have. so don’t try to tell me what to do.
i dunno. i hate when people try to say something like that.
considering i’ve had weight issues since 7th grade, eating disorders, etc. stuff like that is just triggering. because i used to hear a lot of that and more.
i’m sick of it.
constructive criticism is fine. like maybe you should eat this instead of that.
or suggesting a new food i might like that’s healthy
or a different exercise
but when you downright put me down like that, it’s not gonna fly with me.
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