Getting Ready to Get Started

Posted: September 13, 2017 in Other Sites
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It is so difficult, when you have a lifetime of bad habits and poor decisions, to get the motivation up to get started. Even when you have figured out why you want to lose weight, and how you plan on doing it, the real pain starts when you take the first step. I stumbled across a blog post during my search for answers, and thought I would share it with you. This is from a blog called “Daddy Files” and is called 7 Weight Loss Tips from a Fat Guy.

As you all know, I’m in the middle of a weight-loss competition called “Fat Slap.” To date, I’ve lost more than 25 lbs in 6 weeks. That’s good not great, but I’m working on it. So some of you might be thinking to yourself “Who the hell is this asshole to be doling out weight loss advice when he’s still a fat fuck himself?!” It’s a valid question and the answer is simple: I’m not giving out advice. I haven’t accomplished my goals yet, so I’m in no position to tell anyone what to do or how to do it.

But a few of you have emailed/tweeted and asked me how I’ve lost the weight so far. And seeing as I’m hard-up for blogging material, I figured I’d answer. This isn’t advice, it’s just personal reflections from a fat guy who’s actively trying not to be so fat. Take it with a grain of salt (actually don’t eat salt, it’s not good for losing weight).

1. You Have to Be Ready
Don’t start trying to lose weight until you’re truly committed to it… Read the rest here

I can understand the first point he makes (I get them all, but #1 resonates with me clearly.) If you’re not ready, it aint’ gonna work. So as I prepare to set off on this journey, I want to make sure my head is fully engaged to the process. The last thing I want to have happen is to go back to what I was before starting, again.

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