I don’t understand.
I don’t understand why nutrition and exercise is such a hard topic for people. I feel like they keep developing all this new, worthless crap that looks cool and does nothing.
I don’t understand why people insist on doing stupid things just because someone claims to be an expert even if they don’t look like one.
I just don’t understand.
Guess what this episode is about?They had some girl called Silk on it. I think she’s supposed to be a manzai or a talent or something. I’m too lazy to read her wiki. Either way she doesn’t look like she should be talking about it.
See. It’s stuff like that weird praying exercise that makes me mad. Do you really think that’ll prevent you from getting fat arms? And not actually losing fat and gaining muscle? You have to do these stretching exercises?
I’ll break it down. Bodies have muscle, and they have fat. Your leanness depends on that ratio. No amount of stretching will change the mass of either of them. You cannot “convert” one to the other; fat is a source of energy, muscle is something that uses energy. (It’s like saying “I’m gonna convert electricity into an internal combustion engine.” That’s not how it really works.) Lastly, there’s no distinction between lean muscle and bulky muscle. Like I said, there is just muscle and fat. For all the guys wanting that vaunted six-pack and doing countless sit-ups, it’s not gonna happen. You need to be lean since abdominal muscles have very little hypertrophy potential.They also gave advice on dieting. Crappy advice. Advice like starving yourself and eating meals in a specific order. Yeah, I don’t think your body cares. She did make some delicious looking fruit juices though. We then go into a segment that features worthless tools that are supposed to help you look better. And that’s all for this episode. Not too many NMB moments, actually, except for the Sayaka face, Fuuchan being picked on by KenKoba like usual, and… well, that’s it. The Challenge 48 segment was also fairly short; mostly Riichan and Kanakichi showing their baka character. Though I can’t really read those kanji either. How Riichan derived that “Young” in English means “Old” in Japanese, and “Comic” means “Young”, well, I have no idea.