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I wanna get very real for a minute and shed some truth. The question I get more than ANYTHING is "what did you do to lose so much weight [so far]? When the question should actually be "what haven't you done to lose weight?" So for starters, I've tried nearly everything. High carb low fat, high fat low carb, carb cycling, carb backloading, 500 calorie diet, intermittent fasting, fast for 3 days eat for 4, "balanced diet", etc. You name it I've probably done some form of it. So ... the answer to that question isn't the same for everyone. You have to take into account physiological variation. The human body is one of the fastest adapting organisms. Every organism's physiology is designed for the survival and reproduction of that organism. So, what your put in your body, your body will adapt and adjust to accommodate whatever beneficial or destructive decision you make [to an extent]. So, what does this mean? Dynamic dieting and exercise. Also, consistency is extremely important. For those wondering, I personally function BEST on a high protein, moderate-high carb(clean carbs), lower fat diet. And that has taken me almost TWO YEARS to figure that out. For working out, everyone knows I lift. A lot. Like 2 hours a day. Monday through Friday. I also do 20-30 minutes of cardio every day on top of that. Without that intense training I would not have lost what I've lost. I also wouldn't have the back that I do, the shoulders, or triceps I have right now. I know I am so incredibly far from where I'll be some day, but I'm pretty dang pleased with the amount of muscle I've put on and the fat that I've lost. You have to fail to find out how to succeed. So go ahead and make those mistakes, because eventually you'll find your niche. And when you do, put your head down and grind. Don't look back, and don't live in the future. Live in today because you can only control the now. And if you do that, I PROMISE you that the future will work itself out. Watch Best Cocktail Dresses 2020 Andy Frisella 's podcast on "the work will always come before the belief". That gets me so fired up you don't even KNOW! I also have to give a shout out to Dr. Travis Fleming of Fleming Chiropractic. I see him every 2 weeks and it has done WONDERS for me. I had some stupid stuff going on with my right T10 ish rib. He put my spine in motion and within 3-4 weeks I was back to normal. I've been able to add more weight to my deadlift and rack pulls and I don't wake up in the pain that I used to. So a HUGE thank you to you, Doc! # 1stphorm # s2faction # myfitnessjourney # dowork # riseandgrind

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