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M M Reply

Glad to see someone with a platform is brave enough to speak about this stuff given how easily offended people get these days.

    M M Reply

    @Ury BB I’ll look it up👍

    Felicia Hazard Reply

    @M M Every Damn Day Fitness is honest, but he’s also rude and petty. If you like Jon’s demeanor, you’ll probably want to avoid EDDF.

    Lisa McWilliams Reply

    @M M “My thoughts will probably offend you” is the full name of her channel 😀 She is great!! I also love Every Damn Day and Swolenormous but both of them are very in your face blunt and brutal, they are not for everyone :p

    M M Reply

    @Lisa McWilliams sound like my kind of people.

    Lisa McWilliams Reply

    @M M Definitely check them out 🙂 They all form my motivational quartet!!! Obese to Beast is my 1 little dose of sweetness :p

The Gaining Ground Reply


Thank you for coming to my TED Talk.

Alex West-Parden Reply

it’s like celebrating that you are currently an alcoholic. when in reality the alcoholic should take steps to not be an alcoholic THEN celebrate lol.
she’s making it clear she doesn’t want to try to lose weight.

Fabian Stoffregen Reply

Celebrating obesity= celebrating your early death and pain

    HuntingFatLoss Reply

    Fabian Stoffregen honestly though…

    NovaDoll Reply

    Population control.

Thia K Reply

This healthy at every size is going to kill people. And it is funny how non-exclusive this movement really is.

    Chris E. Reply

    It already has killed people

Kristy McNulty Reply

I really want to ask her “So are you okay with having a World Anorexia Day to celebrate anorexia?” and I guarantee you no one in her movement would be okay with that because anorexia is…say it with me…unhealthy.

    Tada Fries Reply

    Hit the nail on the head with that!

    JR Rodriguez Reply

    Obese people claim anorexia too

    That Fat Guy Reply

    100% right there Kristy. Celebrating any eating disorder/unhealthy lifestyle is not doing anyone any favours.
    🙂 awesome comment.

    Lizbeth Hernandez Reply

    Kristy McNulty PERIOODTTTTT.

    Scott Strong Reply

    Believe it or not there are online communities encouraging others to remain anorexic and “stay skinny” by skipping meals. Normalizing one’s own behavior to avoid cognitive dissonance is par for the course of humanity

GaryTheBigDeal Reply

We shouldn’t celebrate being unhealthy. I 100% hate being 640 pounds but I don’t feel sorry for myself, because I know it’s all on me (I’m changing my ways). But at the end of the day I like myself as a person. I enjoy your content and how you are straight up are! I can’t wait to be a beast like you one day my man!

    10529Erin Reply

    You will get there!! Best wishes on your journey. Going to go check out your channel.

    The Yellow Biscuit Reply

    Good luck!!!

    Vanessa Pilk Reply


    Sophia Rogers Reply

    Wishing you good luck on your journey!

    lauren teresa Reply

    best of luck man!! i’m rooting for you. amazing that you are making changes and bettering yourself

Zoe Andrews Reply

Im overweight and obese, and being this way is nothing to be celebrated over. The most simple physical activity like getting up leaves me out of breathe, I had trouble tying my shoes, I cannot do the things the average person can do because it feels like my body will break down. This is no way to live. And after watching My 600 lb Life? No way obese can be healthy in any way or anything to be celebrated. Thankfully now I’m exercising 3-4 times a week and getting my way of eating better and practicing IF. I feel much better. I’m on week 3 of my weight loss journey

    Pickle Blast Reply

    Keep it up Zoe you got this!!

    Gillian Courtney Reply

    I was obese and now I’m just overweight. Keep up the good work and I wish you all the best.

    Gino Surock Reply

    Keep working hard!! i’m 16 341 pounds and started Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu last week!! i’ve never had so much fun sweating!! try finding a gym around you that does BJJ and give it a week try!! it’s so worth it!!

    That Fat Guy Reply

    Zoe.. That’s a very honest and real comment. I too am obese and understand EXACTLY where you are coming from. I was over 350lbs (160kg) and am currently 2 months into my weight loss journey with a 33lbs (15.3kg) loss.
    I wish you all the best with your journey and remember that it is a long road to go down. But the rewards are well worth it.
    Keep up the great work.

    patrick devitt Reply

    😚 To All.

Ana Rentería Reply

The caption on her post makes it very clear that she thinks she doesn’t need any help.

Dubyah B Reply

Yay! Let’s celebrate a life a health issues, pains, and early death.

Winter Allen Reply

I understand promoting to be proud of who you are in your skin. The promotion of obesity this leasing to many health problems and death has got to stop. I hope she will be open to what Jon has to say but the fact she blocked him shows she isn’t ready, in my opinion 🤷🏾

Ian Faulkner Reply

If someone is happy with being morbidly obese or unhealthy or whatever, that’s cool, doesn’t bother me. But they shouldn’t encourage and celebrate others to lead unhealthy lives, especially in generation where people seem particularly impressionable. 🤷🏾‍♀️

    Latinaa Bunnyy Reply

    Ian Faulkner periodt.

    A fucking bird Reply

    *NO ONE* should be happy being unhealthy, and be allowed to continue like that! What kind of complicit bullshit is that!?

shadowcat Reply

I mean, why not celebrate cancer, diabetes, heart disease, hypertension and more, it sounds great!

    Latinaa Bunnyy Reply

    shadowcat hypertension?

    Chris E. Reply

    @Latinaa Bunnyy high blood pressure

    Latinaa Bunnyy Reply

    Chris E. I know. ^ they spelt it wrong

    shadowcat Reply

    @Latinaa Bunnyy yep, sorry english its not my first language

TheTripstraps Reply

obese and it is an illness. how long she has been obese
that she is so ignorant? there is no healthy obesity. all of your body is suffering, maybe she does not feel it yet, but she will be. also overeating is bad for animals and environment. whats next? lets celebrate drug addiction and alcoholism

Jen's Weight Loss Reply

I can’t remember where I heard it (maybe this channel) but someone summed it up beautifully with “I believe in acceptance at every size, not health at every size.”

    Alex Marrone Reply

    Pretty sure that was him! lol. It’s a good quote.

Lachlan Arrighi Reply

It only just hit me how much u look like Tom Holland and now I can’t unsee it

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Adriana Serrano Reply

Have you seen the show “Supersize vs Superskinny” I think that’s what it’s called. I saw almost all of them, that I found on YouTube. It’s a uk show. I don’t know if it’s still running. But I would like to hear your thoughts.

    Pickle Blast Reply

    Adriana Serrano I use to always watch that show too 😂

    sunshine doll Reply

    Adriana Serrano I love that show!!

    NovaDoll Reply

    They stopped making the show because it was triggering people. So sad.

    Haley T Reply

    NovaDoll in what way?

academyrulz Reply

Its Official Jon , I guarantee that you are on some health at every size war-list.. Your getting blocked without any interaction .. You’ve been black listed sir.. Welcome.. It means you tell the truth..

Sadie Woodley Reply

She didn’t block you because you come from a place of hate. She blocked you because you come from a place of logic

joseph J.M.S Reply

If someone says being obese is good, theyre lying to themselves, i started my own change because my body weight made it hard to take a simple walk cause my back starts to ache, i work up a sweat by walking to the store that is a stone throw away from my apartment, my mind is toxic because of my overweight, if someone wants to be overweight then go for it, but they are missing out, i was in good condition couple years ago, and it felt good, i dont know why i didnt start earlier cause being obese causes physical issues even when claiming to be in a good condition

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