The Thick Fit New York Female Bigfoot

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Bigfoot and the Thick Fit Movement

There seems to be some confusion as to the definition of Thick Fit. Get Thick and Fit, an internet fitness website, describes Thick Fit as:

Fit and Thick is a body positive movement that encourages women to accept and become the best version of themselves through health and fitness.

The term “accept” conveys the notion of conciliation and accommodation. The concept of “Thick Fit” represents an aspiration held by certain women, who actively pursue a vision of self-improvement through their commitment to health and fitness. In contemplating the discourse surrounding the attainment of one’s optimal self through physical well-being, my thoughts are inevitably drawn to the persona of Max Outt, renowned as the preeminent personal trainer in Southern California.

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Personal Trainer Max Outt

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Within the Bigfoot enthusiast community, there exists a prevailing sentiment that the enigmatic figure captured in the iconic Patterson/Gimlin film, affectionately dubbed “Patty,” serves as a seminal source of inspiration, if not indeed the very archetype, for the contemporary phenomenon known as “Thick Fit.” This perception gains its roots in the peculiar blend of mystique and robustness embodied by Patty, who has become an indelible symbol of both power and grace.

The evolution of this movement traces its lineage back to that fateful moment when the camera first began to roll in the dense woodlands of Northern California in 1967. This was an era marked by social upheaval and cultural shifts, and the sighting of Patty was nothing short of a cultural watershed moment. As Harry Callahan, an esteemed authority within the Bigfoot subculture, astutely observed, the phrase “Squatching out your backside” carries profound connotations. It alludes to the transformation of individuals who, inspired by the majesty of Patty, endeavored to achieve a harmonious blend of strength and beauty, thereby encapsulating the essence of Thick Fit.

The very etymology of the term “Squatch” deserves our attention. This neologism, coined within the Bigfoot community, reflects a fascinating linguistic evolution. Originally a mere moniker for the elusive creature of the wilds, “Squatch” has transcended its humble beginnings to become a symbol of aspiration. It embodies the endeavor to embody not only the physicality but also the enigmatic allure of the creature it represents. To “Squatch” has evolved into a dynamic verb, signifying the act of pursuing one’s fitness goals with the same tenacity and allure as that which is attributed to the legendary Sasquatch itself.

In this manner, the fascination with Bigfoot and the embodiment of “Thick Fit” have woven a tapestry of cultural evolution, where myth and modernity converge. The legacy of Patty and the term “Squatch” continue to inspire individuals who seek to fuse strength and sensuality, creating a unique subculture that finds its roots in the uncharted forests and folkloric narratives.

They’re saying, “I want to squatch out my rear” . Basically the term “squatch out” your backside means build up. That’s directly related to Sasquatch.

In the video Callahan and Kersey discuss the potential consequences of finding Bigfoot and their inevitable integration into human society through the Personhood movement.

The video:

Bigfoot Researches Harry Callahan and Paul Kersey on Bigfoot and Thick Fit

Harry Callahan and Paul Kersey, two avid researchers and enthusiasts of the enigmatic Bigfoot, found themselves deep in conversation. Their quest had taken them on a journey to uncover the mysteries surrounding these elusive creatures, both in New York and beyond.

Harry, with a glint of curiosity in his eyes, spoke, “I want to get to the New York Bigfoot, but I also want to talk about the female Bigfoot. We had an episode called ‘Thick Fit.’ Explain what Thick Fit is.”

Paul, who had delved deeply into the intricate web of Bigfoot lore, began to enlighten his friend. “Thick Fit is a craze that’s very popular. This is where they get that Brazilian look, you know? They’re a little bit heavier down on the bottom side.”

Harry nodded, recognizing the reference. “The whole Thick Fit craze is based on the form of the female Bigfoot.”

“100 percent,” Paul affirmed.

Harry continued, “And so the female Bigfoot is really strong in the gluteus maximus area and the thighs, and you have women doing squats and lunges to build up that area.”

Paul chimed in, “All women are focused on one thing, and that’s a big backside.”

“Thick Fit doesn’t require women to get super lean. They can have a little bit of extra body fat on them, plus they’re not trying to get their thighs real lean. They’re building them up and they’re building up their butt. They’re not saying they want a slimmer rear end. They’re saying, ‘I want to squatch out my rear.’ Basically, the term ‘squatch out’ your backside means build up. That’s directly related to Sasquatch.”

Paul nodded enthusiastically, “That’s the very definition of Thick Fit. Where does that come from? The female Bigfoot.”

“People are hearing the term ‘women are squatching out,’ and they’re not relating that to Bigfoot, but Squatch is a shortening of Sasquatch, and that’s totally Bigfoot,” Harry explained.

“100 percent,” Paul echoed. “That’s exactly what that is. Look, there are popular TV shows based on having a backside like that, the Thick Fit look. You were telling me something; there’s a theory out there that Bigfoot could be human.”

Harry Callahan’s interest was piqued. “Exactly, it used to be that scientists related Bigfoot to gigantopithecus or some ape, and they said that it was half man/half ape, and now a lot of scientists are saying that it’s a very good possibility that Bigfoot is actually a human that has archaic characteristics.”

Paul mused, “Okay, so if you look like that, do you want to be living amongst everyone else in society? No, you’re an outcast. That’s a perfect explanation for why Bigfoot is out there in the woods.”

Harry continued, “You were talking before about wolf boys.”

Paul elaborated, “Those guys from Mexico that have hair all over their faces. You want to have to shave your whole head and around your eyes? These people are outcasts. They’re living out in the woods. Is that something we’re seeing out there, and people are saying, ‘That’s Bigfoot’?”

Harry considered this notion. “You’re saying that possibly with more acceptance from people, Bigfoot may come out in the open. Maybe it feels like it can’t, especially female Bigfoot.”

Paul Kersey nodded in agreement. “They’re coming into their own now with personhood.”

Harry Callahan concurred, “Right. Right. Right.”

Paul continued, “If they get personhood, they’re going to be able to come out of the shadows and live amongst us like anybody else.”

Harry mused, “They won’t even know about personhood because they don’t know our rules, but people will become more accepting of them, and they’ll come up to Bigfoot, and they’ll be friendly and won’t be afraid.”

Paul added optimistically, “The olive branch will come out, and there will be friendship, and pretty soon they’ll be getting married. They’ll be driving cars.”

Harry chuckled at the thought. “We don’t know about that yet. That’s getting a little ahead of things, but we do know that personhood and the acceptance of Bigfoot as a homo sapien could be the right direction for Bigfoot.” Their conversation was both speculative and filled with hope for a more inclusive future, one where Bigfoot might find acceptance and understanding in the human world.

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