So as some of you might remember, I decided to drop some weight back in April of this year (2014).
I’m proud to announce that I have been successful in my weight loss challenge!
Money as weight loss motivation
While money is certainly a powerful motivator, it should only be a method to the madness. You need to remember that it’s not about the money!
It’s about looking and feeling good. It’s about achieving the unachievable. It’s about living life like you want to live it.
Laziness, ignorance, and apathy is what made you fat in the first place. To fight back, you need knowledge, motivation, and a goal.
My previous lowest weight of all time was in the 180’s, which I think the lowest I saw was about 182. I’m proud to announce I’ve finally reached the mythical 170’s!
To put that in perspective, I haven’t been that weight since about preschool!!
Yes, my preschool self weighed about as much as my adult self. Crazy as it sounds, I’m not making it up. Being the fat kid sucks.
How I lost the weight
For anyone wanting to achieve what I’ve done, I strongly suggest starting with the Paleo way of eating first and foremost. I also made sure I had a decent supply of powerful probiotic foods. This is what worked for me, but it won’t work for everyone.
Weight loss is about recognizing what works and what doesn’t work and WHY. Regardless, something that works for one person won’t work for another. The things that DO work take time and effort. There is no quick fix, there is no overnight success, there is no magic pill. In most cases, the best way to succeed is to take a hard look at your life, learn what you’ve been doing wrong, and fix it!
That’s exactly what I did, and I’ve never, ever looked back. I look and feel better than I ever have in my entire life, and I owe it all to self education and determination. In return, I want to help you figure out your own path.
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