The Professionals Of Twitter Clap Back At An Entrepreneur Who Thinks That Abs On Women Look “Gross”

Since when are abs not attractive? It seems like entrepreneur and writer Richard Cooper believes that tight abdominal muscles are solely the domain of men. After he shared his opinion that women training to have ripped abs “gross,” the professionals of Twitter called him out for his tweet and roasted him.

Some of these comebacks are so scathing, Cooper might’ve needed to go to the internet ICU. Have a look below, dear Readers. Be sure to share your thoughts about this Twitter thread in the comments below and what you think of Cooper’s opinion. Which of the professionals’ comebacks was your personal top fave?

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One entrepreneur presented their opinion as fact and the professionals of Twitter roasted him

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Here are some of the best comebacks

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We all have abdominal muscles, but not everyone’s are visible. Abs start showing up as we lose weight and reduce our body fat percentage. The less fat we have in relation to our muscles and bodymass, the more “ripped” our abs look. However, living a healthy life means living in between the two extremes of having too little or too much body fat. Less isn’t always more in this case, but too much can be dangerous to our health, too.

In a world ravaged by the Covid-19 pandemic for more than a year, it makes little sense for Cooper to suggest that men don’t find abs on women attractive. If somebody’s abs are well-defined, that means that they’re not in the overweight or obese categories, BMI-wise. It also means that they have the discipline to eat and train well. The CDC explains that obesity worsens the outcomes from Covid-19, so it’s in everyone’s interest to lose a few pounds during the lockdowns.

“Having obesity may triple the risk of hospitalization due to a COVID-19 infection. Obesity is linked to impaired immune function. Obesity decreases lung capacity and reserve and can make ventilation more difficult,” the CDC warns.

“More than 900,000 adult COVID-19 hospitalizations occurred in the United States between the beginning of the pandemic and November 18, 2020. Models estimate that 271,800 (30.2%) of these hospitalizations were attributed to obesity,” the CDC adds that obesity is a very important factor when it comes to the novel coronavirus.

Reducing weight can be done by eating a healthy diet and getting lots of exercise. This is easier said than done, whoever, with so many of us are working from home and packing on the pounds. We’re moving less, we’re constantly anxious, and because a large chunk of our entertainment now is Netflix and junk food. So if anybody’s training for ripped abs, more power to you! In these difficult times, it’s an inspiration, not a drawback like some might suggest.

And here’s what some other social media users have been saying about the thread

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