Joined January 2010
Weight History

Start Weight
317.6 lb
Lost so far: 4.0 lb

Current Weight
321.6 lb
Performance: losing 3.2 lb a week

Goal Weight
314.0 lb
Still to go: 7.6 lb
Ok, I guess it's time to put up a real Bio. So my name is Nick. My nickname was derived from a sad but true story. At some point when I was gaining weight, I met the most amazing woman in the world while working at my job. I really wanted to get to know her better but I was too self conscious to approach her because of my weight.

She and I went to lunch one day to get a veggie sub at Subway as I decided to go on a diet. I had the horrifying experience of not being able to sit in a booth with her because I was too big to fit! The embarrassment crushed me. After that I decided it was time to stop being too big to fit. So I opened my account here.

I have had my ups and downs but as of recent I realize my bad eating habits and lack of exercise are killing me (literally) to the point my body was completely deprived of energy and all I wanted to do was sleep.

It's time for a change, I am over this. Shit's about to get real!

That's my story.

2Big2Fit's Weight History


Sharons Victory
last weighin: gaining 2.5 lb a week Up
last weighin: losing 14.0 lb a week Down
last weighin: losing 0.4 lb a week Down
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wooo hoooo i did it i did it
Awesomeness!!! Congrats!!!
posted 19 Feb 2014, 21:34
Hi Lauren, my advice would be if you need to eat, put salad in... you can't go wrong unless you make it swim in Buttermilk or Blue Cheese dressing of course. If you need some "extra" yum in the salad, take (only) a tablespoon of mayo if you must and mix it with the tuna and throw that on your salad with some lite dressing. Any fiber source is good too. Just try and watch the carbs at night. Fill empty space with water and if you can, just go to bed so you stop focusing on it.

As far as the pain goes, that's the "no pain no gain" thing. I think it's the good pain from doing your exercise. I'm not a big fan of pain killers but a little aspirin might be what the doctor ordered.

My advice is, make it fun. Don't kill yourself because you won't want to do it anymore. Just try and establish habit first and increase your workout as you go. You will end up doing it naturally because you will find that as your body is getting better, you will be bored with the same old routine. We are all our worst critic. Get the habit of "doingness" in and the rest will follow but whatever you do... keep it fun!!!
posted 19 Feb 2014, 21:27
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