My Reaction to The REAL PANDEMIC

Kai Palikiko           Jan.  9, 2021

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What's going on brother? So we're gonna talk about the real pandemic here, which is the obesity pandemic. That's what we're gonna cover right now. What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you are completely brand new to my channel, hit that subscribe button because I guarantee I will elevate your life overall.

So these are just my personal thoughts on the real pandemic, what's going on right now. Obviously, it's subjective, but these are my personal thoughts on it.

When it comes to the whole entire obesity pandemic, right, dude, we've been trying to battle this for such a long time. From my end here, there's nothing we can do for the people who are just straight up obese, and they're not looking for help. For the guys who are reaching out for help and looking to see what they can do, ask for a fitness advice, yes, those guys absolutely need every help they can get.

And I'm willing to put myself out there to where I've helped tons of guys dropping down from 300 pounds down to, say 220, 225, healthy weight. For the people though who are not looking for any type of help at all whatsoever, those guys, from my perspective here, and it's not gonna sound nice, but that's the reality of it, they honestly, we shouldn't help them at all. If they're not even willing to help themselves.

Then there's nothing I can do. Take for example, the whole thing about bullying, if bullying people into going to a fitness lifestyle, if that doesn't work, the same thing goes with the other dynamic of it as well, encouragement is not going to help them out either.

So what's the point of trying to encourage somebody if they're not even willing to help themselves out? Those people who are looking to just stay within the Chick-fil-a lifestyle, the McDonald's lifestyle, they're not even looking to get any type of help at all, then that's the type of lifestyle that they choose to. 

And that's how it should be, honestly, because look, not everybody's meant for greatness, not everybody's meant to really succeed in life, and those people, as terrible as it may sound, that's the reality of it. 

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Another thing they tend to blame to is the McDonald's, the Chick-fil-aa, the fast food, right? Dude, there's nothing wrong with this food at all, it actually tastes pretty good, except for the fries.

 A lot of people tend to blame, you know, the sugar industry, the food industry, but it's not. Nobody is forcing you to eat the stuff. The same thing with the overweight people as well, nobody is forcing them to eat it either. The sugar industry, maybe they're corrupt, sure, yeah, but nobody's forcing them to eat that stuff either. So no, it's nobody's fault.

We love to blame other things other than ourselves, especially with this whole entire obesity pandemic. It's nobody else's fault other than our own. Our quality of food, does it suck? Yeah, sure. But if it means I need to work around it, then that's what I need to do. If it means this is the only type of food that's available to me, right, for example, so let's go into a hypothetical scenario. 

Say the only thing I could have on a day to day basis is nothing but spicy chicken sandwiches, chick-fil-a waffle fries, that's the only thing available. Well, guess what? Then I need to have a certain lifestyle in order for me to burn all these calories. That's what being fully accountable means. 

Not, well, it's the chick-fill-A's fault and the sauces and this and that and the chicken industry. If that's the case, then that's the case, but guess what? I need to do something about it. not blame other people, because look, what is that gonna do? Is that going to fix my lifestyle? Is it really going to get me out of me being obese, right? So I urge you right now, if people are asking you to help them, then absolutely, show them how to work out.

Show them the proper diet, but stop trying to force people who are not looking for help. That's their lifestyle. They're just gonna drag you down with them. And I know it sucks. Nobody's going to say this, the majority of media outlets out there, they're gonna tell you the Disneyland story, we should help them no matter what. But that's not the case. It's all about personal responsibility. 

And again, to leave you in a positive note, we should absolutely put help out there for the people who are looking for help. Do not force anybody into a fitness lifestyle. 

They're not looking for it. Again, not everybody is meant for greatness. A lot of people out there are just met for mediocrity, and when it comes to their success in life, it is not going to be there. There's nothing you can do about it. If we can't bully them into being into a fitness lifestyle, you cannot encourage them either. That's how that dynamic works, on both ends.

So when it comes to the whole obesity pandemic, what I'm gonna do is just this right here, I'm gonna eat the sandwich, right in front of everybody. Anybody out there who's looking to get fitness advice, I'll absolutely give it to as long as you're asking for it. But if they're not, I'm just gonna offer them my sandwich, maybe this other sandwich too, and say, hey, keep going with your lifestyle. 

Fitness lifestyle is not for everybody, being superior is not for everybody either. Last minute thought before I let you go, from our perspective, dude, if they're doing all this body temperature type of checks everywhere, if they really believe that that's the best way, why aren't we doing body fat percentage reading tests on all fast food places as well? 

If they really think that that's how we should handle pandemics and obesity pandemic has murdered way more people then what's going on right now, it's only fair to do body fat percentage readers. Now, of course, you know, only guys like us should be able to be allowed in faster places anyway, right, because that's how it's supposed to be.

Oh, yeah, by the way, they should be able to do a body fat reader for the guys who are going through the drive thru, guys who are coming into the store, guys who are coming in this. and of course, you know, they shouldn't shy away from anybody, everybody should be able to go in, but if you're over a certain percentage, you can't get this, you should be able to get just a salad.

If I have to wear a mask, then guess what, they have to be on a diet as well. Other than that boys, Kai here, out. Take care.



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