How did your life change when you stopped being a fat sack of shit?

How did your life change when you stopped being a fat sack of shit?

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I was always sub 15% bodyfat so I was never a fat sack of shit and quite frankly I fucking hate fatasses

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I lost 60 lbs and nothing has changed except I look at myself in the mirror sometimes. Women still hate me and I’m still depressed. The only difference is I can’t eat food without feeling guilty and I have binge eating disorder.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Now you can buy nicer clothes.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Dont worry your 50yo version of you will thank you for starting early. Just wait when you compare your life with others of your age.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        This 100%, You may not feel a benefit, but by god it is better than the downsides of a poorly lived life.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Women don’t hate you. You hate women and yourself. Don’t start down that path of thinking. That is how you stay a loser forever. When you get rejected use that experience as a lesson to better yourself. Try to be more conscious of your behavior. You are likely putting out major beta vibes, no offense. Or you are looking for women out of your league or not on a similar wavelength interests and attitude wise.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Wouldn't know

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Marine recruiters came at me frequently. Ladies at my workplace mired more (they're all trash tho), I generally felt better physically and mentally. The only downside is having some loose skin that looks kinda bad

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Breathing is easier
    >Sleeping is easier
    >Can actually squat now
    >Don't feel like shit all the time
    >Powerful enough to kill most men with bare hands
    >More respect from family, friends, and strangers
    >Can handle firearms with ease
    >Shits are cleaner and nicer

    The only downside is loose skin and crippling body dysphoria as well as an intense fear of cutting.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You need to start doing 24+ hour dryfasts. Autophagy will firm up your loose skin. It can be quite difficult at first and you will feel bad/fatigued for the first 8-12 hours. I would recommend you only dry fast on days will no plans so you can just sleep through most of the hours.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I felt light, it was odd. I had this confidence that I could just move where I needed uninhibited by my vessel. Between that, the near limitless health beneftits you will notice and the vast improvements to my social confidence, I was pretty happy.
    Losing it a couple of years later really made clear the benefits of a healthy body, I am getting it back now and let me tell you it is far easier to maintain something than it is to gain it.
    If, OP, this is you asking a question to see if it is worth improving yourself, the answer is yes it is. If you start on the journey, never stray from it, you dont get fit once and its done, you must commit for the rest of your life.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    When i get there I'll tell you

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    30yo male
    66 inches tall
    SW 200
    CW 181
    GW 140 if i'm not muscular, 150 with muscles

    im about 35-40% to goal

    so far
    >heart palpitations less
    >heart racing 50% better
    >more confidence to go places that require physical activity
    >happy that im fixing my fatty liver
    >look better, more confident when talking to girls

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I let myself go really bad (200lbs+)
    I'm contemplating suicide if I don't do something about it this summer/fall. Otherwise, I'm dead.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Kill your old self, fren. I started at 370lbs 5'9. Got down to 170. You'll make it. First things first though, forget doing this as a rush job. Every meal predicts your weight. Set the average down to your goal and you get there. Treating it like a sprint will just guarantee a big rebound when you end the diet. Eat like you intend to eat for your life.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Damn, did you get loose skin? Or did it snap back?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Not so much snapping back as it is slowly tightening. My sides feel like they're pretty dense now. Kinda like the scruff of a dog's neck. This happened over a couple years and it's still healing. Even if it stays the way it is now i don't care. Being less than half my starting weight feels like pure freedom. Plus side my arms and legs look extra vascular.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    went from 215 to 150 @ 5'8 and i just want to kill myself a little less ig

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    people showed me respect. people thought i was better than what i am. people started asking me for advice. older ladies started flirting with me( weird flex lol)

    my fat friends started distancing themselves from me. they started eating even more than normal and would invite me every time..by declining multiple times( bringing my own meals) they would start eating by themselves or going out to the restaurant/buffets. I'm lonely now..i miss my friends but i won't gain the weight back again,i might not be fat but im still me..i cant go back to the pain.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      good, fuck them. they'll see you as an inspiration if not already and rekindle if they're good friends.

      anyone have any mall mire stories? I feel like that used to be the pinnacle of see-and-be-seen culture in the 90s/00s.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Some days I didn't hate me. Wish this was a shitpost, but I was so confused by that feeling I had to stop what I was doing and self examine. The physical changes were obvious. I could sit down and stand up anywhere without having to plan every move. I slept soundly, and no longer heard my straining heartbeat pounding in my head. I could wear nice clothes again. I started going outside the house into the woods without fear of tiring. I started taking invites from my friends to go places because I wasn't dragging them down anymore. I visited my parents more because they needed help from a healthy person, and were always so happy to see my health so improved. Some of my friends decided to lose weight too, I didn't pressure them either way. I wake up feeling ambition rather than dread and heartburn. I smell like freshly washed clothes rather than stale sweat and dead skin. I miss sugar so much it hurts, but I don’t ever want to go back to who I was.

    Fatbros, it's never too late. You're not too far gone I promise you. If you hate yourself like I did, you have nothing to lose but yourself.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Less grossed out by myself. Penis looks bigger, sweat less, hiking and walking become much easier, insulin resistance when down which was huge for me, fit in old clothes.

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >more confident (still avoidant as hell)
    >more energy
    >far fewer depressive symptoms
    >more horny
    >girls think I’m cute and not in the awwww you’re so cute! way
    >people are nicer to me
    >mom is proud of me and started crying when I showed her before and after photos :,)
    Things are looking amazing bros, I feel like a new person some days. I’ve decided I’m going to probably be a trainer and help other fatties see the other side of life, I’ve been there and I want them to see how much better it can be.

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I let myself go the past 5 years. Gained alot of fat and atrophied my body to the point i was disgusted by myself and my reflection. I used to lift for years previously but all those gains were now under mountains of red bull and pizza. Felt like i was becoming a low t basedboy. Woke up one day and realized fuck it its time to change and stop being a sad depressed sad cunt. Started doing keto and found out it does wonders for me. Havent had this much energy in years, its like a fucking cheat code. Down almost 10% bf so far. started at around 35% ish. Goal is 15% for now.

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