You Don''t Need to be Popular to be Fit
Feel like I need a little motivation to get back on track. It’s a common feeling post winter (or any) break from work, but I was strongly feeling it after the holidays this year. I’ve been kind of laughing saying “I’ve let myself go” after the wedding, but I don’t want to be that person.
The only time I really could get super on top of weight loss (fitness has been fine but actively loosing weight and not fluctuating back) was when money was on the line. I haven’t been able to get Big Bear to do another bet with money, so I’ll have to use the Diet Bet website.
I’m not too worried, generally I don’t have a problem loosing the extra weight I’ve gained, but it’s when I try to get to get to low normal or below normal where the challenge begins. So here I go.
Growing up I had a weight problem. I was one those kids that was contributing to the “childhood obesity epidemic.” After choosing to make a change, I made significant progress in high school and lost over 50lbs. It hasn’t been without bumps in the road over the past ten plus years, but I’ve been dedicated to living a healthier life ever since and now I want to help others too.
Forget Fad Fitness is meant to be honest and positive while cutting through all the confusing, contradicting and painfully awful fitness and nutrition trends that are out there.