Once we fall off our weight loss program

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    Jan 17, 2010 3:23 PM GMT
    why is it so hard to get back on track?

    Woke up to day feeling a renewed sense of purpose after several stops and starts these past few weeks. Still, I can't help but wonder why once we go off why it's so difficult to get back on.
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    Jan 17, 2010 8:10 PM GMT
    Because you consistently find excuses for sabotaging yourself, and don't have any self discipline and would, instead, rather complain to others than make a commitment to a wellness program. You do it over and over.

    Several weeks ago I gave you a simple task of counting your calories and documenting your exercise in an effort to get you into a routine, but, as always in the last three years, you did nothing / the bare minimum.

    You're your worst enemy.

    Get back on your program, or not, and stop whining.
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    Jan 17, 2010 11:02 PM GMT
    Obviously it's about examining where you went wrong, what habits did you give back into and why... and just what the fuck can be done to ensure you minimize/eliminate such transgressions again.
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    Jan 17, 2010 11:16 PM GMT
    Because....you make your self work for it

    If you want a cookie, you put two dollars in your wallet, you walk 15 mins to the 7/11, you buy a bottle of water and that one cookie. You eat it and walk home and rest assured that you haven't lost anything, in the fact with the walk you have achieved something.

    You don't buy a jumbo bulk pack, throw in an extra two beacue one's free and a 2lt soda to wash it down with....polish it off in the car and then pull into the drive through on the way home because you've already fucked up, why not
  • WILDCARD73

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    Jan 17, 2010 11:43 PM GMT
    chuckystud said
    Get back on your program, or not, and stop whining.




    lol i love it

    wanna be my trainer, i am sure i will be sweating blood lol


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    Jan 17, 2010 11:46 PM GMT
    Peoples are know what do.

    I would listen to them.
  • masculumpedes

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    Jan 18, 2010 12:20 AM GMT
    Maybe you're just one of those guys who has to have a definite reason to stay on your program...such as an attraction to a handsome guy.....or a romantic interest...icon_question.gif
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    Jan 18, 2010 5:54 AM GMT
    malefeet saidMaybe you're just one of those guys who has to have a definite reason to stay on your program...such as an attraction to a handsome guy.....or a romantic interest...icon_question.gif


    That seems superficial, doesn't it?
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    Jan 18, 2010 5:57 AM GMT
    chuckystud saidBecause you consistently find excuses for sabotaging yourself, and don't have any self discipline and would, instead, rather complain to others than make a commitment to a wellness program. You do it over and over.

    Several weeks ago I gave you a simple task of counting your calories and documenting your exercise in an effort to get you into a routine, but, as always in the last three years, you did nothing / the bare minimum.

    You're your worst enemy.

    Get back on your program, or not, and stop whining.


    Maybe I was just ignoring you, no?
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    Jan 18, 2010 5:58 AM GMT
    Here's advice from the late Rodney Dangerfield:

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    Jan 18, 2010 10:45 PM GMT
    OntheWaytoMe said
    chuckystud saidBecause you consistently find excuses for sabotaging yourself, and don't have any self discipline and would, instead, rather complain to others than make a commitment to a wellness program. You do it over and over.

    Several weeks ago I gave you a simple task of counting your calories and documenting your exercise in an effort to get you into a routine, but, as always in the last three years, you did nothing / the bare minimum.

    You're your worst enemy.

    Get back on your program, or not, and stop whining.


    Maybe I was just ignoring you, no?


    You've consistently failed for three years now, singing the same old tired song of self pity and defeat, so, I'm inclined to agree with you. You're always doing the least amount possible, looking at the worst situation, engaging in self-pity and wallowing, and sabotaging even genuine efforts to help you. If, after all this time, you still choose to ignore those who have been successful and continue to be successful, then, you are, very much indeed, a very slow learner.

    You've demonstrated, time, and again, that you lack any level of discipline, focus, planning, persistence, or positivity. You ENJOY playing the poor fat ass victim that's ever so helpless in controlling his destiny. When you think about it, that's all pretty pathetic isn't it? You've heard stories and advice from folks who have walked the road from morbid obesity back to good health, but, you'd rather sit on your ass and figure reasons to conjure up failure, indeed, being your own worst enemy to success. Of course, your plan is for failure, and NOT for success. As long as you continue as you are, you WILL TO CONTINUE TO FAIL.
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    Jan 18, 2010 10:52 PM GMT
    I always say a picture of someone like lets say Mario Lopez and picture myself being able to have what he's got. May some visual motivation is what you need.
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    Jan 18, 2010 10:58 PM GMT
    chuckystud saidBecause you consistently find excuses for sabotaging yourself, and don't have any self discipline and would, instead, rather complain to others than make a commitment to a wellness program. You do it over and over.

    Several weeks ago I gave you a simple task of counting your calories and documenting your exercise in an effort to get you into a routine, but, as always in the last three years, you did nothing / the bare minimum.

    You're your worst enemy.

    Get back on your program, or not, and stop whining.


    Gotdamn dude! Train me please? I could use a little kick in the ass!
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    Jan 18, 2010 11:19 PM GMT
    Are there any health reasons for trying to lose weight? Have you seen a doctor who has done blood work to see if there are medical reasons to lose weight? And finally, have you thought about seeing a therapist about your self-esteem? If you're depressed then very few people will be able to reach you.

    It's possible to be overweight and still healthy. If you're happy being a bear and are depressed because you only see value in being something our shallow culture defines as beautiful, then maybe it's time to just accept being heavy and put your energy into something you enjoy. Poetry, painting, model airplanes, whatever. Put some time into figuring out what is important to you and plan accordingly.
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    Jan 18, 2010 11:23 PM GMT
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    Chucky, while I think you are often way too harsh in your criticism of people, why even bother with him? He does this over and over.
    Attention seekers will continue to return if you give them attention. You are only feeding into what he wants.

    Nothing more to see. Let's move along.

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    Jan 19, 2010 12:12 AM GMT
    Yeah, man...you're right. Worthless fuck.