Watch this true-life TV show on weight loss my mentor/Friend said so, so I did last night, about an American man from Wood Hills CA. What a great TV show, as he weighed an enormous amount, 498 lbs.
That said, he had come to the point in his life where he no longer wanted to be overweight and in danger of going to an early grave.
He hired a personal trainer and set about the challenge of losing as much weight as he possibly could and had given himself 12 months in which to achieve his massive goal which was to be under 290 lbs.
Now I don’t know about you but when he said that I thought good luck to you, but you’ll never lose that amount of weight in one year, not a chance. Certainly not by using safe, regular methods.
Wow, What A True Life TV Show
Well, He started out with his diet which has to be the most obvious point that you must fix. He was an ex “Chef” in a well-known burger joint, and as a result, he had become addicted to fast food.
So much so that he would eat it twice daily and if for some reason he could not eat the meal twice he would devour it at least once.
Now come on! Logic would say that this has to be a very very unhealthy way of living. As we should all know that take away food is ok if you have it only once in a blue moon.
Secondly, he would do an exercise regime which was two hours daily on the treadmill, exercise bike, and rowing machine. When he first tried it, he was useless, to say the least as he was a massive bulk of a man.
Slowly though he improves and he began to peddle further, Row longer and run faster and this was when the program caught my attention as it was at this point his improvement became noticeable.
Just 9 Months Left
Then came a big day for him which would follow for the remaining nine months. The three months weigh in. I was dumbfounded when he stood on the scales and had lost 104 lbs. That, I thought, Has just become interesting. You could see the difference in his frame, and for the first time, I thought to myself. He may do it.
He was keeping up with his diet and exercise regime when a tragedy was to befall him. His 28 years old son had died due to complications from an illness. And so I thought that this, however, bad the reason was, Would be the end of this guys fitness craze.
How wrong was I. Instead of letting the death of his son end this attempt he turned a negative into an amazingly positive and swore down that he was going to be successful in his quest to shift the weight for his son?
For his son had always wanted him to lose weight, and this dedication was a father’s way of showing everyone that this request had not fallen on deaf ears.
An Inspirational True Life TV Show
Onward he plowed and despite his loss, he managed to lose a modest (That’s what he referred to it as) 64 lbs throughout the next six months. It had taken him right down to 330 lbs. And with the final three months remaining, he only had to lose a further 40 pounds. Incredible, don’t you agree with me?
He worked relentlessly dedicating his efforts to the memory of his recently deceased son, and when it came down to the final weigh-in, he weighed in at a colossal loss and was only 279 lbs.
Now, this goes to show what you can do when we are focused on something. Exercise and diet played the pivotal role in this transformation. I would have to assume that most of us do not need to lose that much weight, but in reality, the theory remains the same.
The two points that I am saying are all that you need to address. That is if you want to lose weight. I just had to share this story with you all as it was very inspiring that someone would start an finally, achieve this way of his choosing. Because, he was worried about his health, great.
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Once you have got your diet under control, then all that you need is the other solution. That is for your weight loss attempt to be a success. To what am I referring? The exercise of course?
I am of course relating to the exercise. Got to this link “Home gym fitness equipment” to see some hand-picked items which will take you to success with your weight loss.
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