str8 flexin’ above Lake Louise
hello i’m karan! i’m 5’6 and in the before photo i’m 100.6kg and in the after(more of a during photo) i’m 80.4!
this took me 46 days with the transition from my normal vegan diet to a 95% raw diet as well as 3-4 hours of cardio/calisthenic training almost every day.
I wanted to make I post I could link too whenever someone asks me this~
Seriously. Even if I was hella in shape, really healthy, no one would be asking for health or work out tips from me if I was fat. Stop assuming because someone looks like what society deems as ‘healthy’ or ‘fit’ that they are, it’s a lie, they are try to sell you things and make you hate and judge strangers. Stop buying into it.
Something to add,
even medical professionals cannot judge people by their looks, which is why mri machines, and x-ray machines, are a fucking thing, but lazy doctors and lazy people will resort to ‘You just need to lose some weight,’ as any advice to any aliment a fat person may have, which is bullshit since being fat isn’t always the deciding factor in health.
and to be frank, more people are gonna get this message cause it was said by a thin person, if a fat person wrote this it would just be reblogged with fat jokes, claiming op is making excuses, and faux concerns about health and claims of ‘glorifying obesity,’ And all those people who disagree with the message, ask yourself why. You are basically a successful, obnoxiously complacent product of a massive brain washing, being perfectly groomed in hating others who don’t look like what you’ve been told is proper and human and you have been taught that pretend empathy and backhanded concern is better then a real genuine understanding.
Which I suggest you fix.
Thinness does not equal health or beauty, and the belief that it does has cost a lot of fucking lives.
I was looking through the notes on this and someone reblogged it with the comment “I agree, but but being fat *is* unhealthy!” Did they actually read any of this at all?
Balance balls are great tools to perform exercises that work your core balance. Use ‘em! (And feel the burn.)