I've been running a McDojo for fives years, and I've noticed a recurring phenomenon. Sometimes I get people who begin training with us, but quit soon after because they're too fat. And it isn't really anything I did, I go easy on them, I'm not dumb, I know they can't move that wheight too fast, they'll kill their lower back. The politically incorrect truth is that these people are lazy, they want to lose wheight and they want to do martial arts when they come in, but their motivation runs out really quickly. So, next time I get myself a new fat beginner I want to have a little something prepared. This is a sensitive subject for many people, but there is a problem here and if they wanna solve the problem, I assume they want that when they join a gym, we have to be able to talk about them being too fat. Being polite and modest is cool and all, but in this case it brings a lot of health issues to people, this is one of the times where doing this actually gets some people killed. I see an obligation and an opportunity to do something meaningful. I do have something planned, but I would love to hear how other instructors goes about their business when someone is too fat.