Would you rather be overweight or underweight? I won't specify how much overweight or underweight, but just in general, which would you prefer?
It's interesting because we want the opposite of what we are. Like, you'd probably love to be my size and I'd love to be skinny like you. It's weird like that.Overweight. Been made fun of throughout my entire life for being skinny.
I suppose I am not technically underweight, but I often feel like I am. It is damn near impossible for me to gain any weight at all (no matter how much I eat/workout).
If I was overweight I'd work my *** off and turn that fat into muscle
Being underweight can be just as hard, but in a different way. It all depends by how much.Underweight - being overweight is hard on the body.
That's changing. Being overweight is now seen as average, since it literally is average in a nation where 40% of adults are either overweight or obese.society doesn't like overweight people
From what I understand, that's not quite how it works. Fat doesn't turn into muscle when you work out. Instead, it's always a at least two step process. If you're overweight, you work on cutting the fat while building a little muscle, then work on bulking up to build muscle while gaining a little fat, then cut the remaining fat (and end up losing a bit of muscle). If you're underweight, you have to bulk up to build muscle while gaining fat, then cut the fat (and end up losing a bit of muscle). Both overweight and underweight people have to take time to do it depending on how overweight or underweight they are.If I was overweight I'd work my *** off and turn that fat into muscle