25 years old: 320lbs to 185lbs

  • underbearboy

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    May 04, 2009 1:27 PM GMT
    "I'm not the 'fat guy' anymore" article

    http://caloriecount.about.com/im-not-fat-guy-anymore-b295877?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_20090504&utm_term=continue1
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    May 04, 2009 1:43 PM GMT
    Clickable:

    http://caloriecount.about.com/im-not-fat-guy-anymore-b295877?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_20090504&utm_term=continue1
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    May 04, 2009 7:05 PM GMT
    This guy got tired of being a fat ass and took action. Good for him. We see these guys at the gym from time to time. Over the years, I've seen numerous cases where a fat ass weighing as much as 450 dropped it down to a near - normal weight.

    I know one guy at 24 Hour Fitness that lost over 250 pounds, through dilgent, disciplined focus on his goal. The last time I saw him, he had lots of loose skin, but, it beat dieing young.

    At Life Time Fitness in Flower Mound, there's a guy who has lost 120 pounds in the last year. He's still about 310, but, his hypertension is now gone, he feels better than he's felt in a long time, and his type 2 diabetes has vanished. Logan and I visit with him whenever he's around.

    It's absolutely wrong to coddle fat folks in political correctness. It does them a huge disservice. The way to success in weight loss is a planned, disciplined, approach, and life-long behavior modification. Making excuses for fat asses KILLS folks.

    If you know a fat ass, save a life, and get on them about it. Only they can help themselves.

    A reminder that the USDA SR21 food calculator is freely available for download.