You’ll take a look at the title “Fat Person Fitness” and think I’m being rude. Let’s be honest. Some people are fat. It’s not rude, it’s a fact. Some people are skinny, and some people are muscular. No one gets offended when someone says, “Hey, you look pretty muscular!”, so let’s call it what it is. With that being said, some people love being they way they are, regardless of what society thinks. At that point though, no matter how happy you are, health risks are obvious. I could make every post I have about people who overeat and who eat processed foods be 10 pages long, but I like to keep it short and sweet. Fat people still need to exercise, regardless if they want to stay the same size or lose weight. With the extra load being carried around, joints, bones, ligaments and muscles, especially the heart, are being taxed much more than their thin counterparts respective anatomy. I won’t normally say this, but if you want to live fat, you still have to live healthy. Unless you want to live a VERY short life, full of health complications and medical bills and just being uncomfortable, EXERCISE. It doesn’t matter what you do, but MOVE. I was told by one of my friends about a guy he went golfing with who was pushing 400 pounds. It took the guy 20 seconds to set his ball on the tee. How fun is that? It’s just sad. I’m sure the guy loves golf, but don’t you think he could love it more if he could actually do more when he golfed? If he had more range of motion when he swung his clubs? If he didn’t get out of breath when he walked up to his ball AFTER getting driven to it in a cart, would he maybe like golf even that much more? Anyway, my point is this. There is a limited amount of fitness we ALL must have. Muscular people, skinny people, and fat people. This is required for life in general. For those of us who want to live, this is a requirement. We all need to have basic functionality in our body, and these are the requirements for enjoying life. Get out there, move, and enjoy life. This post isn’t about your diet, it’s just about getting you, Las Vegas, Chicago, Iowa City, Dallas, Phoenix, New York, Cleveland, Portland, Los Angeles, Santa Fe, and the rest of the world moving. Good day, from your favorite, or least favorite personal trainer:)