The man who USED TO HAVE the world’s fastest metabolism has died, at the age of 48. He was doing everything right. “Eating the food”, he got up to 1300 pounds. He layed around all day, every day, obviously understanding that he was giving his body a rest. Then he made a big mistake. He lost around 500 pounds. The results? He died. Should have kept eating the food. In any case, this is the story of Manuel Uribe and you should read it, lest you be tempted by the evils of dieting: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/worlds-fattest-man-manuel-uribe-dies-in-hospital-9440666.html
This topic was modified 8 years, 8 months ago by ThomasSeay.
@David, first of all, let me tell you that you are totaly rocking those sunglasses in your picture. Second of all, you’re probably right about too much water. Could have been that he needed more salt as well.
Thanks, man. By the way, I’m finding that your advice about ab exercises is correct (can’t remember the weightlifting website where I saw your post). I stuck with compound lifts, never did a single sit-up or any other ab isolation, and I’m now seeing my six pack start to appear. I’m loving it, because I’ve never had one before, even when I was lighter and did a bunch of sit-ups. Lifts like squats and deads seem to be enough, even though I still can’t deadlift as much as you are in your pic.