This post is one of many like it we see from delusional fatties claiming to "work out" 3 hours per day.
I run a lot - 40-50 miles per week year round and more during peak training. It's a big part of my life and people who know me associate me with running.
Well, thanks to good guy Strava, I have the exact stats on how much I "work out" to maintain a BMI of ~22-23 year round while eating whatever the hell I want (e.g., last night I ran 12 miles and came home and ate an entire Tombstone frozen pizza. Not my proudest moment, but the wife is sick...)
I've spent a little under 300 hours this year running. That's a lot. However, there are around ~6100 waking hours per year, at least for me - run a lot, sleep a lot. Rounding down to 6000, 300 out of 6000 is 5%. Put another way, out of every 20 minutes that I'm awake, I spend only 1 of them running.
5% of my waking hours is such a tiny, tiny price to pay to stay fit, healthy, thin, and attractive. And I run a lot. I run far more than I would need to simply to maintain weight, probably by a factor of 2-3. I know this because there were times this year when I could only get in 20 or so miles for several weeks and didn't gain weight. So that means that in reality, I probably only need to spend 1 or 2 minutes per hour exercising to not be fat. That is such a staggeringly small amount, and yet that's too much for fats.