Large Fella on a Bike

For those struggling to lose weight, the best advice is often simple.  Get up and get moving.  Clean up your diet and stay consistent.  That’s it.  You don’t need to understand rocket science to battle and defeat the bulge.  The story of Scott Cutshall offers yet another real life example of this simple idea.

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His story truly emphasizes the significance of consistency and personal motivation.  The best training plan is often the plan that you will actually use.  It doesn’t need to be a plan that has been signed off and approved by a “certified” guru.

If you want to lose weight, you will lose it.  The biggest obstacle is often your own mind.  Ask yourself how bad you want it?  No one can force you to change your ways.  It must be a personal decision that you are willing to make, not just today, but for the rest of your life.

If you find yourself in this position, go for it and refuse to lose.  You’ll surprise yourself.

Ross

 

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10 comments:

  1. What an inspirational story. It’s great to see someone make that kind of large loss. It definitely speaks to everyone out there that it is more than possible to shed excessive pounds. Great post!

  2. Awesome!!! Proof that you don’t need all the fancy equipment in the world or all the complicated nutritional fads. K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid)

  3. Reading that story and other like it puts a huge smile on my face.

    A lot of people laugh when they see a large person working out. I dont. I tells me a lot about the content of their character.

    I just wish more people would realise that their weight and ultimately health is in their hands.

  4. My work as a health trainer for the NHS in Britain revolves around those exact principles. Keying into someone’s motivation and stimulating it combined with a plan devised with Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Time related goals. Also making contingency plans for things that might go wrong and working around barriers and negative influences.

    Low self-esteem and lack of confidence is probably the biggest barrier facing people who wish to improve their health and more needs to be done to help people realise their potential.

  5. Great post. I agree with Reckless. Whenever I see an overweight or old person working out, it puts a smile on my face. They may feel awkward or embarrassed, but to me they’re heroes. This guy is an awesome inspiration. Especially happy for his daughter. She gets to have her dad around when she grows up. That’s worth any sacrifice or ‘lifestyle’ change.

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