John Wall Has Gotten FAT

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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#46 » by TheToothFairy » Tue Jan 8, 2013 11:14 pm

I don't know when that picture was taken but that's not good for a franchise player
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#47 » by bledredwine » Tue Jan 8, 2013 11:20 pm

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bledredwine wrote:Well, in that shape he'll just be playing like Derrick Rose.


Cause well, RealGM taught me that Derrick Rose is John Wall's floor.



Really? When was that?


Wall's rookie season, before draft as well.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#48 » by Clyde Frazier » Tue Jan 8, 2013 11:57 pm

Yeah that pic isn't pixelated or anything.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#49 » by Iplaytolose » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:08 am

He'll lose that in no time. Athletes that get hurt naturally gain weight, but they lose it quickly because of muscle memory. Another example of muscle memory is MMA. A lot of fighters bloat up when they're not fighting, but they can go back to being ripped in within a few months because of muscle memory.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#50 » by Dear Leader » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:09 am

BodieB wrote:So he gained 6-7 pounds and couldn't lift? He definitely shouldn't be that pudgy.

Basketball players eat a ton of food while going through high-level physical activities everyday.

You simply don't cut off your eating habits the moment you got injured. So imagine them eating a lot while not doing anything. This is why boxers gain a lot of weight as well.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#51 » by Jimmy Recard » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:12 am

ChiCitySPORTS#1 wrote:He'll lose that in 20 days.

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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#52 » by The Fax » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:12 am

Don't forget

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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#53 » by BodieB » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:23 am

Dear Leader wrote:
BodieB wrote:So he gained 6-7 pounds and couldn't lift? He definitely shouldn't be that pudgy.

Basketball players eat a ton of food while going through high-level physical activities everyday.

You simply don't cut off your eating habits the moment you got injured. So imagine them eating a lot while not doing anything. This is why boxers gain a lot of weight as well.

That's no excuse. Have you seen Derrick Rose?
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#54 » by Massamba » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:29 am

Reminds me Greg Oden-
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#55 » by K1NG » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:37 am

Dear Leader wrote:
BodieB wrote:So he gained 6-7 pounds and couldn't lift? He definitely shouldn't be that pudgy.

Basketball players eat a ton of food while going through high-level physical activities everyday.

You simply don't cut off your eating habits the moment you got injured. So imagine them eating a lot while not doing anything. This is why boxers gain a lot of weight as well.


You know boxers/fighters dehydrate themselves to make weight right? They gain the water weight back immediately after the weigh-ins.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#56 » by Tirion » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:40 am

John Wallrus' rehab regimen is XBbox Live and Grape Fanta.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#57 » by heatwillbeback » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:41 am

He had a knee injury. Not being in shape is excusable. As long as he works his way back into shape when he comes back.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#58 » by SalamiNCheez » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:43 am

heatwillbeback wrote:He had a knee injury. Not being in shape is excusable. As long as he works his way back into shape when he comes back.


No it's not. You can maintain/lose weight without exercising. His diet is terrible, especially for a professional athlete.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#59 » by TheBigThree » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:46 am

Jimmy Recard wrote:
ChiCitySPORTS#1 wrote:He'll lose that in 20 days.

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B-b-b-but........HAVE YOU SEEN DERRICK ROSE??

Christ, the insecurity of Rose fans is hilarious.

Even their leg injuries are reason for some silly competition.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#60 » by Dear Leader » Wed Jan 9, 2013 12:47 am

K1NG wrote:
Dear Leader wrote:
BodieB wrote:So he gained 6-7 pounds and couldn't lift? He definitely shouldn't be that pudgy.

Basketball players eat a ton of food while going through high-level physical activities everyday.

You simply don't cut off your eating habits the moment you got injured. So imagine them eating a lot while not doing anything. This is why boxers gain a lot of weight as well.


You know boxers/fighters dehydrate themselves to make weight right? They gain the water weight back immediately after the weigh-ins.

I'm not even talking about that. I do follow boxing a lot. What I'm talking about is when they're inactive. See Eric Morales and Ricky Hatton is notorious for this.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#61 » by big_ticket » Wed Jan 9, 2013 1:00 am

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CoachKobe wrote:got my new house:
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got my new porsche:
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got my $25m contract

don't care...


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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#62 » by Dupp » Wed Jan 9, 2013 1:16 am

Im guessing he couldnt do much stuff like running etc with his injury but you can always hit the pool and get your diet right.

But liek someone said he'll lose it in no time.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#63 » by 624 » Wed Jan 9, 2013 1:25 am

BubbaTee wrote:
LEHGOCELTICS wrote:That looks like a much greater fat gain than 6-7 lbs to me.


Muscle is heavier than fat (edit: by volume), so he could have had muscle turn to fat without gaining weight, then gain 7-lbs of fat on top of that.


.......

muscle can not turn to fat


this is broscience at its finest
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#64 » by ricochet » Wed Jan 9, 2013 1:28 am

TheBigThree wrote:
Jimmy Recard wrote:
ChiCitySPORTS#1 wrote:He'll lose that in 20 days.

+1

B-b-b-but........HAVE YOU SEEN DERRICK ROSE??

Christ, the insecurity of Rose fans is hilarious.

Even their leg injuries are reason for some silly competition.


You couldn't be more right.
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Re: John Wall Has Gotten FAT 

Post#65 » by ahunterknight » Wed Jan 9, 2013 1:28 am

BubbaTee wrote:
LEHGOCELTICS wrote:That looks like a much greater fat gain than 6-7 lbs to me.


Muscle is heavier than fat (edit: by volume), so he could have had muscle turn to fat without gaining weight, then gain 7-lbs of fat on top of that.



:roll: do you even lift?seriously muscle and fat are completely two different things and muscle can't turn into fat
Also muscle is not heavier then fat.

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