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By Lily - / Tuesday 9 October 2018 17:30 /
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By  ojosRojos  |  17

Speaking as a fellow thin person, that has nothing to do with how fit you are. If you wanna run faster, you still have to train your body to do so. I’ve never been particularly athletic, but I’m fine with that. Don’t knock on other people because they’re bigger than you - they’re obviously putting in more work than you.

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By  nentenkupo  |  16

To be fair, the obese people have more mass so that means they have more momentum.

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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  23

Wrong, there are many "morbidly obese" people who are otherwise the picture of health. If the absolute only thing wrong with you is that you have more body fat than someone else, that doesn't make you unhealthy. The things that make being overweight unhealthy, in the sense that people think of unhealthy as being, are the things that tend to tie into it such as High Cholesterol, high glucose, etc. It is, however, possible to be obese but have perfect cholesterol levels and such. Being thin doesn't automatically mean healthy, and being fat doesn't automatically mean unhealthy.

By  ojosRojos  |  17

Speaking as a fellow thin person, that has nothing to do with how fit you are. If you wanna run faster, you still have to train your body to do so. I’ve never been particularly athletic, but I’m fine with that. Don’t knock on other people because they’re bigger than you - they’re obviously putting in more work than you.

By  indiependence  |  8

I call that “skinny fat” because a person can look thin but they don’t have muscle tone it’s just fat; as opposed to a “fat” person who has muscle tone & a lot of fat

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  PenguinPal3017  |  15

I call people who are very overweight "obese".

By  Johnny5  |  12

Skinny doesn’t equal fit. I’m guessing based on this statement you are naturally slender without working out which is fine but it doesn’t make you physically fit.

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