Originally Posted by Silock
The mistake in the thinking in this thread is that just because you don't have time to go to the gym, you're destined to be fat.
If you can't make it to the gym, then you simply need to eat less in order to be a normal weight.
I eat next to nothing. That doesn't mean that others in the same situation can do the same.
I had a friend here last night that's trained in martial arts once he was four. He's in his mid-30's, owns a business, married,has a five year old and a six month old. With work, kids, more work, etc. it's tough to get to the gym. Is he fat? No. 10 pounds over? Yeah.
But when and where so you find time with all that going on to burn 10? Are you willing to spend time at the gym in lieu of your family? How about you miss a huge deal because you couldn't answer your cellphone midday because you were in the sauna?
It's a Catch-22.