It shall be known as Wednesday morning, completely naked as that’s the most accurate weight. We shall we what happens as it’s beginning tomorrow!
I like dragons on Skyrim. Other than that, I cannot say that I am a fan. :P
This is my newly adopted Trigger. The 6 month old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Named after Roger Lloyd-Pack (R.I.P). Tame as a feather. :) <3
And I shall. For every 15lbs I lose, I am going to reward myself with something wonderful. I don’t know what just yet, but I sure as shit will figure it out and post it up here! :) Gig tickets? New video game? Football boots? Guitar? Who knows, but if losing weight means losing funds from my bank balance, then that’s totally fine with me. As long as it stays off, and my funds regenerate!
I’ve done a BMI calculation, and to become a healthy human being I need to lose 90lbs. That’s 6st 6lbs, or 40.8kgs (whichever way you look at it)
Now, I’m not in great shape. I wouldn’t even suggest that I’m in good shape, or a standard shape. I’m greatly overweight (to put it politely) and something needs to be done about it. I’m worried that it’s all talk though and no action.
It’s a terrible spiralling action becoming overweight. If you’ve not experienced it, imagine losing your physical ability, so that you can’t compete like you used to. Your mind hasn’t changed, but you get incredibly frustrated that your body can’t keep up like you used to be able to. You get out of breath so easily now. It feels as if whenever you do any kind of active work, it’s as though you’ve held your breath, because you’re struggling for air afterwards. If you even look at exercise you’ll sweat, and let’s face it, who actually enjoys sweating?
Now, add to this the idea that to maintain your current life you have to work even harder than ‘healthy’ people to keep up. This is because you are carrying more weight and it’s more pressure on your joints, and more difficult for you to achieve tasks that were once a lot easier. (you still with me?) Basically, things are a lot harder for overweight people. (example: healthy man carries 10kg box for 100m vs. obese man carries 10kg box for 100m; it’s going to be a lot harder for the obese man to carry the box, based on the already excessive weight on the joints in the legs)
Anyway, my point is this; I am stepping up a gear on the weight loss. I’m not into exercise, and I’m allergic to fresh fruit (and possibly fresh vegetables) so it might just be written in the stars for me to be overweight, but I’m gunna give it a damn good shot to lose the weight and see what it’s like to be a healthy adult male. After all, I’ve never been one.
That’s technically not a question, but I’ll allow it as you’re my love :) <3