Lately, I often meet people who claim that they have the desire to become fitter. They have just one problem- they eat so little and they’ve tried everything, but it just seems to never work out the right way. As if the less they eat, the more the pounds pack on!
The last two times, when this happened, people who were complaining about their “inability” to lose weight and people who searched for my pity, unconsciously chewed their last piece of the cake they just ordered, they were taking a few sips of their hot chocolate, whose comforting smell was “inviting” them to order one more cup of chocolate.
What am I supposed to do in this case?
There are two options. I can either be “evil” and tell them the truth or stay there and indifferently shake my head, making them believe me that I understand their problem and that I am taking it seriously!
There is nothing wrong with being out of shape. There is nothing bad about being overweight. Everything, as long as you have desire, as long as you are consistent and as long as you choose the right method, could be changed. The bad thing is feeling sorry for yourself. The bad thing is being blind for the obvious and search for all kind of absurd excuses.
Why am I writing this?
Because I want to share with you a painful truth. (more…)