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About Me - brutal honesty time  

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10/13/2020 6:29 am
About Me - brutal honesty time

Ok, I had this in the 'About ' section, but I was told it was too long, so decided to move the 'brutal honesty' part to a blog post...

So, I'm a recovered (some say always recovering) addict/alcoholic, but have been clean/sober for over 30 now. I was more into drugs (grass, coke, acid, etc, but never used a needle thank Odin) than alcohol, but guzzled the booze out of control too on occasion.

I never had a weight problem growing - until I got clean. I then slowly developed a fairly serious weight problem over the next few , and I've been struggling with it ever since. I'd lose it - then gain it back plus some, wash, rinse repeat. It was exhausting - until about 6 months ago, when I discovered the missing piece of the puzzle and why I've been unsuccessful and pretty much wasting my time. I stumbled on the term Intermittent Fasting, and after a bit of searching, bought an e-book by Dr. Jason Fung called 'The Obesity Code' - and voila, learned the secret - Insulin Resistance!

So, I started Intermittent Fasting and eating a modified Keto diet around the third week of January at around 260lbs. Fast forward 5 months, and I broke 185lbs for the first time in the last 25 (haven't been below 200 in probably twenty or so).

This time I decided confirm the theory and lose the weight without doing any exercise, and that is exactly what happened. I haven't done a<b> lick </font></b>of exercise this whole time. So, now I'm getting ready restart my simple HIIT routine I developed for myself long ago (3 days a week using a rebounder and some smallish dumbbells). Once I've regained a lot of my flexibility and strength, I'll be adding some of my strength training routines - all short and HIIT centered, because, as I said, I'm not into exercise, but love the benefits a good quality HIIT routine provides. Would love to hook-up with a workout fwb... someone like me, not radical about it, just interested in staying fit and healthy with the least amount of wor

Bottom line, I'm still a bit self-conscious about the tiny remnant of a gut I've still got, but it is slowly disappearing. Was hoping it would be gone by the end of July, but it is going slowly, so should be gone by the end of October, or November at the latest.

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