Lol a girl at my school pointed out that she'd never seen me without a coke bottle. I couldn't get past 94 pounds last year even when I was regularly making myself sick from eating too much.
My body seems to forcibly evict any excess calories I consume.
Same, I drank an average of 70 oz of soda every day, ate burgers regularly, potato chips, really junk stuff.I spent all high school and college away from home and I didn't cook, so that's how my diet looked like.Still, I was the biggest Auschwitz survivor looking shrimp in the gym class.But when I started working out, my hormones went ballistic and I gained roughly 35 pounds of fat in 4 months and almost became overweight, and all I really changed about my diet was eating a bit of oats for breakfast.I eat a LOT more now but I'm nearly 35 pounds skinnier again.
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I would suspect I would be around 120lbs or so. I am only 5'7. Right now I am about 158lbs. But I get heavier when I work out usually. I got pic from me a few years back when I was close to 170lbs. I was still quite slim but I could eat a lot because I exercised a lot.blob:https://imgur. com/dcc4357d-0981-461a-ad0b-703d142effd2
Err, like this:
I did this last year and I gained weight (I started at 87 pounds), but I stopped gaining weight after I hit 94 pounds, which is still a few pounds underweight for my height.
if you're already skinny, you'd stay that way, you won't really go down and you won't go up either. But usually people who tend to do this end up being overweight.
I don't know, I did this last year & I stopped gaining weight at 94 pounds (still a few pounds underweight for my height)