You know what else is bad for health? Being obese.
Yes, people can be healthy at many sizes.. obese is not one of them. Fat acceptance is just as bad (if not worse) for public health as fat shaming.
And I also want to point out that being flexible does not equate to being ‘healthy’.
While you make an excellent point, you don’t need to be so blunt. This picture is obviously directed towards mental health mainly, as well as physical (the flexibility.. which by the way.. takes effort to gain). There is more than one type of health. Physical is not the only one.
Only 2 months basically, holy crap!
I was just asked how much I lift…
The truth is, it depends on what I’m doing! Different ways of training require different weight. For example, if I’m going to do a workout where I focus on really slowing down the eccentric portion of my reps (like a 6 count!), I will use a lighter weight than normal. But for the most part, I hammer curl 25s, I usually get up to 105 on my wide-grip lat pull downs and do about 45 on the pec dec. While this might be very light to some, for me PERSONALLY, this is heavy! Everyone’s “heavy” is different.. so don’t feel bad if yours is much less! Build slowly by adding a little weight each week =)
Right now (47kgs)