I think it’s pretty douchey to ask how much someone lifts. I mean, what purpose does the question even have? Are you on the same program as me? Are you doing the same specific workout? Are you the same size as me? What is composition of your muscle fibers? Are your specific goals the same as mine?…
Your progress is amazing, not just physically but mentally. Sadly, I can relate to the first guy & at the moment it's a struggle; but I can't wait until I reach where you are now as that second guy sounds pretty immense. I hope you're ridiculously proud of yourself because you're an inspiration :)
Hey there! Thanks A LOT!
Well, if you can relate to the first guy I was, it means you realized your need for a change. This is a great first step into another success story.
Unfortunately, you’ll HAVE to wait until you reach your goals. It won’t be easy nor fast, but it will be fullfilling indeed, it will help you to know where are your limits, and who are you. It sounds great to me, doesn’t it?
My progress is not what makes me proud of myself (that just make me very happy). People like you is what makes it. If I can inspire someone else to be healthier and feel happier… My efforts paid off.
Every evening, when I get to the gym, I have a snack before my workout. Is like a ritual… I feel a lack of strenght in the last series if I don’t. That snack consists in 200gr turkey breast & a banana.
Today I was eating my stuff, when suddenly a Butthurt Dweller meme clon suddenly appeared, with his friends, talking about how bad is fruit to gain muscle without fat storaging. Then he stared at me and commented: “…But there’s always someone who just has no fucking idea. HAHA. HA.”
Obviously, I don’t give a single fuck about what an overweighted freak thinks it’s better to clean muscle gaining (thing he never experienced) but it was funny to hear such a beautiful compliment. Tomorrow I’ll introduce myself to him while eating the the same snack, trying to be polite. Maybe I’ll take a picture of the situation.
Oh hai! It’s been a while since last post. I’ve been away from keyboard (and the rest of civilization) for two weeks. It was so relaxing and fullfilling… But good things always come to an end. I missed some of you, the weights, the sneakers, my full-equipe kitchen… so let’s run, lift, eat and post about it again. And now I’m gonna shave my beard, I look like Tom Hanks on Cast Away.