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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by edesignuk, Aug 14, 2008.
That's quite a feast.
So that's why Barbara Bush has spent so much time at the swimming events, she wants what her sister missed out on
12,000 Seems to be about the norm for lots of Americans
Except they sit in front of the TV watching things other than Billy Banks Tae Bo for 5 hours.
Suddenly I am very hungry....
lol, but i think this applies to alot of countries other than just the US of A. I see plenty of fat CDNs and English folks too.
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I believe I saw this on GMA this morning.
I wanted to hurl... lol
12k probably isn't that much considering that he spend 5 or more hours a day in a pool swimming while training.
Hell, Imagine how much he burns while competing. Boy needs his energy.
Yep- I do over 3,000 a day, but I'm at the gym 3 days a week. 12,000- that's a lot of time spent on physical activity. And look at the guy, he's using what he takes in. Who wouldn't want that body?
The guy looks like a frickin' bird in that photo. He has freakishly long arms. Wow.
Oh, and mofo likes to eat. If he's treating, I'd like to eat a few meals with him. I don't know how I'd avoid the cramps before swimming, though.
man he can sure eat! I wonder if it is physically difficult to eat so much.
well he does burn it off, which is why he eats so much, otherwise he'd tire out too easily.
Greatest Olympian ever, and he eats mayonnaise sandwiches for breakfast? Why mayo? Did he run out of ketchup?
I'd like something a bit more in proportion to be honest. He's one hell of an athlete, but that body shape of his is a bit strange to look at.
Still, I'm sure all those gold medals keep him from worrying on that front
I thought my friend who takes around 4,000 calories a day thanks to his weights training took a lot!
I'm sure carrying around all those medals burns probably 3 or 4 k calories a day.. easy..
Dunno how much time does it take for him to consume all those calories!
Anyone notice that an article that says a DUI is a convicted "drink-driver" shouldnt really be taken seriously?
I mean, sure, research done, well written, whatever. But DRINK driving?
I am probably less than 2.5K calories a day. Shesh, he eats more at breakfast than I do all day.. But then again I am a 135-140lbs kid who runs I should start bulking up so I can actually run better hahaha
Isn't he also just like 21-22? At first I thought I miss read and they were talking about George W. Bush...
Cool photo and article. It is surprising how many calories the body can go through during physical activity.
On a personal note, I went home to the farm over the holidays for two weeks including 3 days travel time, so I was there 11 days. I ate wonderful home cooked food, and lot's of it. I mean lots. I would venture to say my calorie count was well over double of my usual intake. And in doing normal farm work and activities, I lost 10 pounds in those 11 days. Unbelievable.
With all his body size and physical activity due to training, I am not surprised that he requires that many calories just to stay even.
And now I am hungry and it's bedtime.
Well those long arms come in handy when he's just a few inches behind the guy with normal arms.
EDIT: I believe that he is 6' 4" tall, and his wingspan is 6' 7".
Don't worry, you don't need it for running. You see fat/overweight people run marathons all the time, and in pretty decent time. You get a lot skinnier from running, but you do hit a wall in terms of weight loss.
Oh man.. lunch break can't come soon enough
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that 'drink-driving' is UK english for drunk driving.
He has a bigger wingspan than his height. I am sure it helps.
Man, I feel like a shrimp.
and I only had some cheerios this morning...
I gotta catch up on my eating game.....bet if eating was in the olympics he would have another gold metal.