1 Year 100 lb Weight Loss – Mind & Body Transformation

I put together a video with clips from my transformation over the past year. It was TRULY a MIND and BODY transformation! And, believe it or not, my MIND transformation was FAR greater than my body transformation.

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80 thoughts on “1 Year 100 lb Weight Loss – Mind & Body Transformation

  1. “Do more of what makes you happy” may seem like a over-simplistic explanation, and to some may feel like a disappointing message in light of his transformation. You may feel like you want to know what the “secret” was. I think as simple as the message may first appear, there is some layered depth to it. So often we *don’t* do what makes us happy…we do what gives us short-term gratification (food, booze, sex, drugs, etc.), and we deny ourselves the real substantive things in life that ultimately provide the longer term growth and peace of mind. “Do more of what makes you happy” is an affirmation, and a reminder to treat yourself well, be good to yourself, give yourself permission to live your life to it’s fullest.

    1. So why not be clear and telling whats good to yourself? Vague comments help people? I understand the “being healthy” part and benefit of exercices but is that the only way to love yourself? to be good to yourself? Because it seems so according to these videos

    1. The cat and the other and the powder is in the future of the most. And is in the construction of the good and the otherwise believe that the same way that the boustrophedon is in the dannitrte of the day and night and the powder.

    2. Vladimir Gochevski my friend learnt functions in math (while in middle school) like F(x) and taught it to me (since I didn’t know anything about it).

  2. You literally did this in the basement of your house with a Craigslist bench set, Sears stationary bike, George Foreman grill, Walmart protein powder, and bagged lettuce. You, my friend, are my new hero.

    1. @Paul Jansen There’s thousands of athletes that aren’t vegans because of the disinformation and brain washing. It takes time for society to change, especially when there’s corruption. It’s relatively new information also. Not a very good argument. Look how long it took for the truth to come out about smoking, and for people to stop. Or fasting; short term fasting is amazing for you. But you will find many articles/studies that will say it’s bad. It will slow your metabolism, you will lose muscle, etc. Why? Because they can’t sell you a product if you fast. I’m arrogant? Ha! That’s rich. You said i’m part of the many that misunderstand. And now you’re assuming my level of education. Get outta here with that. I already quoted a study that you can read. What? I supposed to send you a link? And I need a masters to understand nutrition? That is such a weak angle to take. You probably think all doctors are smart too, and they’re always correct. The irony with nutrition is that it’s very basic. It is incredibly obvious what foods are good and bad. But nutrition is one of the most corrupt rackets there is. Low fat, fad diets like Keto (which is high fat), vitamins and supplements from a totally unregulated industry, etc. Nutrition probably has the most misinformation online, so it confuses everyone. Also, we’re not talking about nutrition overall. We’re talking about ONE aspect of nutrition. High animal protein diets. I said you don’t have an open mind because that’s how your comment came across. You already know, and i’m misunderstood. Doesn’t sound like much room for debate. Anyway, cheers. We can agree to disagree.

    2. @Iron Arm For even Vegan athlete there’s thousands that aren’t….i wonder why?

      I wasn’t attacking Veganism, merely subjectivity. Vegans tend to think that if someone disagrees with them then it’s a personal attack for the some reason. I have zero problem with Vegans, I have issues with misrepresentation of facts. Study cherry pickers!

      How can you comment on my lack of an open mind? You seem to come from the premise that only you know that many studies are biased, very arrogant of you.

      I will only ever look at studies that are:
      1. Independent
      2.Peer Reviewed

      All I did was ask to see the study you were quoting. Please send it through to me. May I ask where you received your masters in nutrition and what the topic of your thesis was on?

    3. @Paul Jansen There are plenty of studies. Look at some of the studies Dr. Campbell did, such as the Indian Casein Cancer Study. You seem to be part of the many that misunderstand that meat and dairy are billion dollar industries, and therefore lots of dis/misinformation. They used to say smoking cigarettes was good for you. Do some non-bias searches and you’ll find it. But if you’ve already convinced yourself one way, there’s no point. You need an open mind. There’s also been studies showing that high animal protein increases levels of IGF-1 growth hormone, which increases your risk of cancer. Anyway, i’m not saying cut animal protein entirely. But a diet high in animal protein is definitely a health risk. Plenty of studies have proven that. They’ve also proven the opposite: A diet with high plant protein decreases mortality. You don’t have to be a vegan, but you also don’t have to be a Texan. For those that workout, yes you need protein, but you can get it from plants. There are vegan MMA fighters FFS. And if you’re going to eat meat, try to get clean local meat, not toxic factory meat from the grocery store.

    1. Loosing a significant amount of weight requires consistent determination and discipline. Personally, I have tried it numerous times and failed since I became overweight. I have therefore decided to start nakedmadeawesome, a support group that will encourage me and other people to pursue this weight loss journey. I believe walking the journey together offers better motivation and accountability. Feel free to join us on both FB and Instagram @nakedmadeawesome

    1. so make healthy lasagne. swap the grains for a few slices of sweet potato. thinly sliced on the mandolin. and use fresh vegetables instead of a package. so not unfortunate but laziness to not buy premade food.