Thick-A woman with a perfect body, filled-in in places that are, by nature, designed to attract the opposite sex, such as the thighs, the hips, the breasts, and the most lovely part of all, the buttocks.
Overweight-To characterize a person “Overweight” there is a simple criteria or measuring scale which is called “Body Mass Index”. Body Mass Index is the weight and height ratio. If Body Mass Index is 25, the person is called overweight.
Overfat- is very specific term which is not necessarily used for overweight persons. The persons who have more than normal percentage of fats in their bodies are called overfat persons. There is a standard for percentage of normal fats in the people and above this standard, all persons can fall in the category of overfat. The standard for fat is 12-18% for men and 18-22% for women which is the border line between normal and overfat persons.
Here lies the controversy. Are we really talking about health? When we REALLY focus on health, being overfat is VERY dangerous. There is a misconception that being overweight has everything to do with being fat. IT DOES NOT!
Body weight includes the weight of the lean tissues–muscle, internal organs, bone, and the water they contain — in addition to body fat. Muscle is heavy. Therefore, it’s possible that a muscular person might be overweight without being overfat. Despite this important distinction, the vast majority of people who are overweight are indeed overfat.
The word THICK has been used for both of definitions. We have to stop replacing thick with overfat and poor health. The ultimate goal should be waist control, good blood pressure, good cholesterol and body training on most days. If you’re doing that and you’re still THICK?? BY ALL MEANS CLAIM IT!!! Thick and Fit!!!!
✌?️✌? I’m out..