#1 Posted by dr_nefarious (1762 posts) -

Somewhat. I'm trying to exercise more on a grand scale. I'm not exactly overweight and I'm not exactly the fittest of the bunch, but I try to work out as much as possible at least once or twice a week.

#2 Posted by REforever101 (292 posts) -

I'm not fat, but I'm certainly not in shape

I'm just not a fan of sports, really

#3 Posted by Fr0Br0 (3202 posts) -

I'm too skinny. I have muscle tone, but strangely I'm very light weight.

#4 Posted by stAtic (1636 posts) -

I'm neither. I dislike working out, but I think I need to if I want to stay somewhat in shape.

#5 Posted by ReapersPuppy (534 posts) -

hmm..define..in shape?
I could be in a circle..or maybe a square
anyways I eat healthy with junkfood on the side =)
I exercise 3 times a week
but in my free time I like to
eat pizzas to myself &
Play videogames until my eyes burn =D

#6 Posted by DeathStar (256 posts) -

I started lifting weights a little over a month and a half ago. I have already gained 10 pounds.   Got tired of feeling like crap. Have always been skinny though , but I felt unhealthy.

#7 Posted by Black_Rose (7772 posts) -

i'm not too fat, i'm not too skinny either, but im not in shape

#8 Posted by smis (38 posts) -

I'm a bit of a weight lifter and the Airforce has me running several times a week....but I still feel like ass.

My BMI says I'm overweight...yet I am quite skinny.

#9 Posted by h8smikemoore (160 posts) -

i am. 

#10 Posted by Blood_for_the_blood_God (302 posts) -

Ive been lifting weights just about every other day for the last couple of months trying to get in wrestling shape. I've worked out three days in a row for the last three days also and im sore as hell

#11 Posted by Aarny91 (3939 posts) -

I aint fat. Though I'm not in shape either

#12 Posted by mikevanpwn (433 posts) -

I'm not in shape.  I'm 19, and I'm afraid that if I keep sitting like I do and eating like I do that I eventually will grow wider.

#13 Posted by hazelnutman (1121 posts) -

I guess I'm in shape.

I exercise somewhat every day. Also, I have one of those biking machines I use while gaming.

Gaming + Exercising = keeps you fit

#14 Edited by DemoMan (143 posts) -

if in shape, meaning to be like Brucie in GTA4.... not really.

#15 Posted by capitanm1 (215 posts) -

im very active, aside from gaming. I do like to stay in shape so I run and do work out.

#16 Posted by JoeDubbs (42 posts) -

I'm definitely fat but I joined a gym in February and have lost 30 lbs since then.  I feel so much better and have much more confidence.  I still have a ways to go but it's a great part of my life now.

#17 Posted by BloodRavyne (127 posts) -

im a bit chubby not to bad though.

#18 Posted by Jesus (1190 posts) -

Yeah.

#19 Posted by jointed (21 posts) -

I'd say so...yes.

#20 Posted by WickedCobra03 (2205 posts) -
Fr0Br0 said:
"I'm too skinny. I have muscle tone, but strangely I'm very light weight.
"
I have muscle tone and you can even see veins popping out but thats prolly cause I am too skinny...?
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#21 Posted by Demyx (3240 posts) -

no, im not.

#22 Posted by Shotaro (814 posts) -

I would say I try but then I would be lying. I am not horrendously over weight (lots of muscle tone on my limbs) but I have a bit of a gut and I am definately out of shape, smoking really doesn't help with the fitness mind.

#23 Posted by Whight_Knight (708 posts) -

I am in tip top condition.

#24 Posted by Aaron_G (1678 posts) -

Sadly I am not at the moment. Getting back into the workout routine would probably do the job.

#25 Posted by chronicsmoke (1032 posts) -

Im out of shape Im 6'3 weigh about 240 and last time I checked for somone for my size i should wiegh around 215 I do have a gut but Im starting to work out

#26 Posted by Darth_Tyrev (226 posts) -

No.

#27 Posted by evilhomer (437 posts) -

not compared to what i was a couple years ago, however Im not so far gone that it wouldnt take just a little effort to get back in shape.  Im already trying a little bit but Im just too damn lazy.

#28 Posted by bizsumpark182 (412 posts) -

My body looks like I'm healthy. But I know that I'm not. I eat ok, but I don't really exercise.

#29 Posted by Karmum (11515 posts) -

Does putting feet over your head count as being in shape? Or how about kicking your head? Or just being flexible? :p

I'm sort of out of shape, but I'm not extremely out of shape.

#30 Posted by BritishRedcoat (19 posts) -

A good way to see how healthy you are is to see how quickly you can run 1.5 miles. I can do it in under 9 minutes now, but Im training for military.

#31 Posted by CitizenKane (10681 posts) -

Yeah, I'm in pretty good shape.

#32 Posted by MisterSpiffy (908 posts) -

I'm in pretty good shape.  I'm still young, so haven't started working out too much.  I jog for 5 kilometres every day, and I play TONS of rugby and hockey.

#33 Posted by Kush (9089 posts) -

I am in pretty good shape...and there are pics to prove it, but I'd rather not because too much sexiness is known to kill...especially when it's Sicilian sexiness! :P

#34 Posted by Guided_By_Tigers (8020 posts) -

Somewhat.

#35 Posted by Whight_Knight (708 posts) -
MisterSpiffy said:
"I'm in pretty good shape.  I'm still young, so haven't started working out too much.  I jog for 5 kilometres every day, and I play TONS of rugby and hockey.
"
I do rugby aswell, its really good for that.
#36 Posted by megagene (140 posts) -

Nope.

#37 Posted by Scarecrow_ (56 posts) -

Yeah, I'm getting better every week. I've been working out 3-4 times a week, steadily for about 3 months now. It's not easy, but it's worth it and I feel so much better about myself for it. I've always been skinny though. So, building muscle doesn't come fast for me, since I have never had much fat to convert into muscle quickly.

#38 Posted by Karmum (11515 posts) -
Scarecrow_ said:
"Yeah, I'm getting better every week. I've been working out 3-4 times a week, steadily for about 3 months now. It's not easy, but it's worth it and I feel so much better about myself for it. I've always been skinny though. So, building muscle doesn't come fast for me, since I have never had much fat to convert into muscle quickly. "
I need the motivation, I have some fat I can convert into muscle. I had a test about a year ago, when it said I had like 66 percent muscle, and 33 percent fat. Which, technically, isn't fantastic.
#39 Posted by Scarecrow_ (56 posts) -

Yeah dude, the motivation is the toughest part. It's one thing to go to the gym, or take a run, but to keep at it is the hard part. Just think of the results, and think of how you can always improve.

#40 Posted by Karmum (11515 posts) -
Scarecrow_ said:
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Yeah dude, the motivation is the toughest part. It's one thing to go to the gym, or take a run, but to keep at it is the hard part. Just think of the results, and think of how you can always improve.

"
Yeah, I know I have to do it for tennis, which is coming up in the spring. Its actually the part getting up early in the morning to start, not actually keeping up with it.
#41 Posted by PharoahCapcom (472 posts) -

No..i'm not in shape.Thanx video games...

#42 Posted by Scarecrow_ (56 posts) -
ReapersPuppy said:
 "pizzas
videogames "

Ah, two of my main weaknesses...but oh how i love them so...
#43 Posted by wefwefasdf (6730 posts) -

I am pretty fit.

#44 Posted by Ehden (215 posts) -

Been getting into shape since January, lost 40 pounds since then and i feel amazing.

#45 Posted by fuzzay (219 posts) -

I'm in ok shape. I run every second day and I hike a lot... There's a vigorous hike in town and I've been told that if you can do it under an hour, you're in shape, so I guess that means I am. But I have a bit of a belly on me, which I want to tone down.

#46 Posted by DarkLegend (1383 posts) -

I'm okay where I am.

#47 Posted by Brad (4994 posts) -
smis said:
"I'm a bit of a weight lifter and the Airforce has me running several times a week....but I still feel like ass.

My BMI says I'm overweight...yet I am quite skinny.
"
As a mere function of height and weight, BMI seems wildly vague and inaccurate. Does it not even take into account that muscle and fat add different amounts of weight by volume?
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#48 Posted by kidzombie (109 posts) -

I do sports from time to time, so I say I am in enough shape to live.

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#49 Posted by filiwian (254 posts) -

My doctor says I'm in good shape for my age.

#50 Posted by Kush (9089 posts) -
Brad said:
"smis said:
"I'm a bit of a weight lifter and the Airforce has me running several times a week....but I still feel like ass.

My BMI says I'm overweight...yet I am quite skinny.
"
As a mere function of height and weight, BMI seems wildly vague and inaccurate. Does it not even take into account that muscle and fat add different amounts of weight by volume?
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I believe that it's probably very inaccurate. I'm sure every football player is considered overweight even though they may be put muscle. Thoman Jones is like 5'9" and about 220lbs last time I checked and he may even be considered obese...who knows. I really base health and weight on how the individual feels. If you feel fit and healthy then I think everything is fine.