25 thoughts on “How to Exercise If You’re Morbidly Obese

  1. "HELLO DOCTOR I WANT TO WALK TO THE STORE IS THAT OK?"
    "yes"
    "HELLO DOCTOR I WANT TO WALK BACK HOME IS THAT OK?"
    "yes…"
    "HELLO DOCTOR I WANT TO JOG ON THE SPOT IS THAT OK?"
    "…"

  2. @thegagalover1 it depends, if you're 6 ft tall and 12 years old then 149 is okay but if you're 4 ft 6 than you're considered to be morbidly obese.

  3. step 1: drive your car off a cliff. step 2: stay in your car, do not try to get out, or you won't lose weight. step 3: the worms will take care of the rest.

  4. u noe diet is wut contributes the most wen losing weight and excercise is next but it is mostly da things u eat

  5. This is probably the worst bit of information you can give someone who is obese, let alone morbidly obese.

    1. Go see your medical doctor for a yearly physical check-up.

    2. Ask doctor what type of low-impact aerobic exercises a person at your weight can reasonably accomplish.

    3. Get a work-out buddy or friend to go with you to work out and/or walk. As this is for safety and to keep the boredom from setting in. Safety, for those just in case moments when either one of you could have a medical emergency.

    4. Don't do yoga until you're about 25 ~ 30 overweight or under that, you're body, as being morbidly obese will not increase in flexibility because your body's core muscles and joints are under undue stress because you're overweight. You may wind up straining or over-extending one of more joints by accident when attempting to do yoga.

    5. Do warm and cool down stretching from a standing position; only. Using a park bench to help you do an assisted lunge is a very good idea. Morbidly obese people will not be able to do a normal lunge as seen in yoga.

    There are other suggestions, too but it's all about common sense.

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