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Ultra Peanut
07-04-2006, 10:09 AM
WHAT TIME IS IT?

KOBAYASHI TIME!
http://superpsi.googlepages.com/kobayashi_60315.jpg

WHAT TIME IS IT?

KOBAYASHI TIME!
http://random-m.com/images/576516206_takeru_kobayashi_ab2005.jpg

ANY DOGS IN THE HOUSE?

ROO ROO ROO ROO!
http://random-m.com/images/519236747_hotdogs.jpg

ANY DOGS IN THE HOUSE?

ROO ROO ROO ROO!
http://superpsi.googlepages.com/hotdogkobayashifatguy.jpg

Bowser
07-04-2006, 10:32 AM
That shit is just wrong.

Ultra Peanut
07-04-2006, 10:51 AM
But oh so right.

dj56dt58
07-04-2006, 01:12 PM
How does he not weight 500 lbs? Does he only eat once a year?

OldTownChief
07-04-2006, 02:11 PM
He broke the record. 54

Ultra Peanut
07-04-2006, 02:19 PM
How does he not weight 500 lbs? Does he only eat once a year?Kobayashi expands his stomach for a competition by eating larger and larger amounts of food, and then exercises to ensure that fat will not impede expansion of his stomach during a competition. According to a 2006 documentary on MTV's "True Life," Kobayashi has a condition called gastroptosis, an abnormal downward displacement of the stomach. It is unclear whether this condition plays a factor in his eating ability.

Physically Kobayashi has undergone drastic change from his earlier appearances on the competitive eating circuit (weighing in at a mere 110 lb in his beginning competitions and then 144 lb in later events.) This is due in large part to his more recent endeavors in weight training. By training with weights and working out Kobayashi has increased his metabolism, which in turn has helped him to burn more calories. This training is used by Kobayashi to maintain his overall health as well as helping him to elude excess calories from being stored as fat. Takeru Kobayashi tipped the scales at a lean, muscle bound 172 pounds at recent events.

dj56dt58
07-04-2006, 03:17 PM
Kobayashi expands his stomach for a competition by eating larger and larger amounts of food, and then exercises to ensure that fat will not impede expansion of his stomach during a competition. According to a 2006 documentary on MTV's "True Life," Kobayashi has a condition called gastroptosis, an abnormal downward displacement of the stomach. It is unclear whether this condition plays a factor in his eating ability.

Physically Kobayashi has undergone drastic change from his earlier appearances on the competitive eating circuit (weighing in at a mere 110 lb in his beginning competitions and then 144 lb in later events.) This is due in large part to his more recent endeavors in weight training. By training with weights and working out Kobayashi has increased his metabolism, which in turn has helped him to burn more calories. This training is used by Kobayashi to maintain his overall health as well as helping him to elude excess calories from being stored as fat. Takeru Kobayashi tipped the scales at a lean, muscle bound 172 pounds at recent events.yeah thats right..i saw someone about that once on sportscenter or something. pretty interesting