Cut Back On All The Exercise And Live Longer!!!!!

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    The inventor of the treadmill died at the age of 54😳
    The inventor of died at the age of 57😳
    The world bodybuilding champion  died at the age of 41😳
    The best footballer in the world, Maradona, died at the age of 60😔
    And then..

    KFC inventor dies at 94😊
    Investor of Nutella brand died at the age of 88😊
    Cigarette maker Winston  died at the age of 102😜
    The inventor of opium died at the age of 116 in an earthquake☺️
    Hennessy inventor dies at 98😊

    How did doctors come to the conclusion that exercise prolongs life?
    The rabbit is always jumping, but it lives for only 2 years.

    The turtle that doesn’t exercise at all, lives  400 years.

    So, Eat, Have a drink & Light ‘m up


    The “subliminal workout” is one that I always look for. Things that are fun. Sometimes, they are called “flow state” activities. Dancing, zumba, taebo, surfing, ski, skating, yoga and things like that. Hiking. Riding a bike. Maybe tennis. Anything to get the competition out and the “peak experience” in. Windsurfing is fun to watch. Frisbee golf or ultimate frisbee. I like those “people are awesome” videos.

    The OP’s post does bring up a point and that is, fitness can be an addiction. The endorphin high might be the only thing that makes a person feel good, in some cases.

    Another point would be the “body dysmorphia” that is a result of the air-brushed models that we see that are built like statues. People need to accept themselves as they are. I exercised too much and never got the body I wanted because the body I wanted that I saw on tv was largely the result of bio-chemistry. All I had to do was steroids and meth and that’s NOT an option for me.

    Also, times have changed. Everyone likes Stallone and Arnold, but now, the top guys are like Ronaldo and Djokovic and they are actually quite skinny.

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 2 weeks ago by comicsgate.


    You forgot George Burns died at 100.
    Bob Hope 100

    And I will just drop the mic here with 77 Keith Richards!


    The inventor of opium got pretty unlucky, I’m sure he could’ve gone on another 10 or 20 years 😂


    A buddy of mine was really in shape, but had to work more, so he ended up kind of fat. He was a really good Crossfit guy at one time. He said his knees started bothering him, so he took up rowing. Rowing is something that I would never think of, but he enjoys it and that is what it’s all about, is finding something that works and that you enjoy, so that it’s not a traumatic thing. Rowing for fitness.


    Working out in 19 I lost 45#.
    Gyms were closed in 20 & I gained it all back.

    I need to lose the weight again cause Being less weight felt good.


    Yeah, I lost 30 lbs in 2020, but then gained back 15lbs… now lost 3lbs again and trying to lose more… mostly because it makes me snore less lol


    Hi all

    I’ve alway seen work as exercise and up to about 6/7 years ago I did so at home as well. Still got my bench etc but it turns out I’m not a machine and doing 70 to 80 hrs a week at work for 3 years and working out at home isn’t good for you.

    I’d rather be able to pick up a cup of tea without crying, other than been stronger.

    What I’m saying is know your limits


    Yea not snoring would be nice.

    Last GF refused to sleep in the same room over that shit.


    Pre-Disney Star Wars (before Kennedy fucked it all up) motivated me to lose weight significantly. I wanted to imitate the movements of my fave characters, and I must say… Count Dooku’s makashi and Yoda’s ataru forms helped me immensely with my foot work.

    I still feel like a beached whale on land at times after years of having an eating disorder, but by keeping those fictional characters and their movements in mind have prevented me from turning into a total Jabba. Still got much to shed.





    @austinyajima whatever works man, exercise and discipline will help us all reach our goal.

    I didn’t know that Yoda and Dooku had actual fighting forms.


    I seem to recall the novel forms of EP2 & 3 said Dooku was using form 5.
    Yoda was all useless spins and lots of jumping. That could have been form 2.


    Through the Force, Yoda was considered to have mastered Form IV to its highest level. He used it in almost all of his battles, and his mastery of the style caused others to describe him as virtually unstoppable against most opponents, including Separatist battle droids, despite his small size and advanced age.


    Yoda’s preferred style of lightsaber combat was Form IV, an aggressive and fast-paced fighting style ideal when dueling a single opponent. Form IV is what Yoda used against Dooku in Attack of the Clones, which explains why Yoda was jumping all over the place and at such fast speeds.



    I’d rather live fast, die young, and leave a good-looking corpse than being a miserable fat slob that lives for 100 years.

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