Posted by Not a Fitness Pro on October 26, 1999 at 13:35:46:
In Reply to: asking a question posted by lisa peekser on October 25, 1999 at 10:20:16:
: How long does it take to lose about five pound?
: Why do girls reaaly care what they look like?
: why do people tease me about my wieght?
: Why does everyone think tht we all need to be thin all the time?
: Does it really matter what we all look like or how we would spend our lives?
: Hey since your a guy why do guys go for the looks of the girl's body and waht they have on the big parts of the private area's?
: Just because I'm 15 does that mean that I should be what guys want me to be?
: I know that I have alot of questions but it's kinda hard on me but I'll let you go now I think I'll be talking again! BYE! Lisa
1) The time it takes to lose 5 lbs. is based on dietary changes and your excercise
2) Can't answer the question about girls from a female standpoint, I can only
speculate that it would be to attract more attention.
3) Teasing about weight is just "someone" said - it makes others feel more secure
about themsleves, especially at that age (middle school and highschool) and some
people never grow out of it.
4) I don't think everyone needs to be thin, I think they need to be healthy - there is a difference.
Healthy is a good solid body weight, where your muscles, heart, and mind are strong.
5) What we all look like and how we spend our lives is important - it says alot about a person.
I would hate to be 300lbs, sit in front of a TV all day, and mope about how nobody loves me.
Not only is it depressing, it would be self-demeaning.
6) All guys are different in what they look for in a girl. I like a girl to be healthy and have
a nice body (and be willing to work out with me).
7) Don't ever be what anyone else wants - be what YOU want to be. Be willing to ask people
what they think, and for their advice... but it's up to you to decide whether or not the advice
or thoughts they offer are worth your time and energy. Remember, the value of advice is inversly
proportional to what you pay for it. In otherwords, the best advice is free, and it goes downhill
I'm happy to answer questions, especially fitness related ones. I'm no expert, but I think every
little bit helps!
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