Originally Posted by Potzer01
The # is the problem. That's one of the things Dream's talked about over the years.
Fitness isn't about what the scale says. Its about being able to do the things you want to do.
IE Be fit enough to bike to the beach on saturdays without being miserable.
My goal is to be able to build shelter and shade all day at burning man. Then dance the night away. Then be able to do it all the next night. Read otherwise it might say, my goal is to have the stamina to burn 5k calories a day for a week straight.
I think this is well said. There are many reasons to be thin/healthy and I have yet to meet an overweight person that wants to be overweight. The negative consequences of being overweight can have any name. I think quality of life works because it encompasses mobility, vanity, and mood. I would be happy to call it something else if there was a better word.
"I'll turn my back on a five-star guy if he isn't a good guy," Muschamp says. "I have zero reservations about that. ZERO reservations."
He raises his voice a little.
"I'm the recruiting coordinator here," he says. "You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."