Breaking my addiction to food has been more difficult than quitting smoking.
I quit smoking 15 years ago this month. After trying to quit many times, it was not until after reading an article about heart disease and realizing I probably will not survive to see my newborn son graduate high school unless I quit. That mentally pushed me over the edge. I quit and never smoked another cigarette.
Weighing in for this challenge was humiliating. To strip down to my shorts in front of Michelle (my good friend and trainer) was a humbling experience. She measured me, took some pictures and of course I jumped on the scale. 240 pounds. This is awful.
Right after, we worked out with our regular group at ParksBootCamp and it was one of the most challenging classes I've had...
I started a challenge to get my health on track. I did this because I’m now 40 years old and have had my ups and downs with weight but over all, generally in poor health for the majority of my life.
Last year I found myself in the best physical condition since I was a teenager. Then (once again), over a 2 month period over Christmas, I gained 25 pounds. Fast and unhealthy...
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