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I don't think you could pay me to get fat. Unless it was like a billion dollars or something, and I doubt they have that kind of budget
These two pictures were taken on the same day. http://ctrlv.in/108929 If you're truly interested in this and other aspects of the fitness industry I recommend the documentary Bigger, Stronger, Faster on Netflix.
That's crazy. How is that even possible..
Both were photoshopped. First they got him to think depressing thoughts and let his gut hang out. Then using photoshop they made it even worse looking. And the same but opposite for the second.
Oh, well they couldn't pull that in a commercial though where there had to be a demonstration.
That's literally how they film commercials.
"You'll pay me how much to get fat? Sold!"
My boyfriend told me that in movies where a character loses weight, they film the movie scenes in reverse order because it's easier to gain weight than to lose weight. It made me pretty sad actually.
I saw a guy do his own at-home version of these commercials. He worked out and used oil or something to sort of 'shine.' Took the after picture. Then he ate some junk and watched TV. Five or six hours later he took the before picture.
That's actually EXACTLY what they do.
I know this is an old post so I apologise for commenting.
I saw a story about a man (I'm not sure if it was a documentary or if it was part of an infomercial or if he was on some show) and he was extremely muscular and fit.
He made a training programme and he realised that many people didn't want to attempt getting healthier because they didn't think it would work out for them.
So for around 4-5 months, he gained a lot of weight and at horribly everyday.
He then used his own training videos to get back into shape just to prove that it's possible.
I've no idea who he is though.
I've found him!