allatonce saidWhile you may see them eat a lot of junk food, it is likely that if they are in great shape with a good body that overall they are eating a proper amount of calories and that they are getting enough proteins, etc., that they need. Especially if they are working out a lot. There is also a difference between 30 mins on the elliptical at the gym and an intense sport (in my mind). In the end, what they are doing works for them and do what works for you. Don't look at someone eating junk food and getting jealous, there is more to the story and eating junk food is never really good for you anyway.
I spent nearly 24 hours a day with this one dude college. Literally crap is all he ate. Never worked out a day in his life. Lean and ripped.
Those guys do exist.
Yes, well, that's good genetics for you. I ate healthy food growing up, and institutional food in college and in the army, which was basically healthy. Since then, for the past 35 years, I've basically eaten fast food (burgers, grinders, pizza, etc.), because of its convenience. I ate all I wanted. Not so healthy. I had a job which kept me physically fit for many years, so I didn't gain weight.
Due to a ruptured disc about 6 years ago, I had to change to a sedentary job. Now, I gain weight at the drop of a hat, due to less exercise, bad diet, and the slowed metabolism that comes with aging.
The chickens have come home to roost.