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      11-08-2022, 10:04 AM   #463
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I went from 310lbs to a consistent 180-185. Mainly from adding a lot of exercise, zero sugar, went vegan, cut processed food, and counted calories strictly. I gained some back (not nearly what it was) when COVID hit as depression set in too but trying to lose again. Self-discipline and consistency is what I feel was my biggest tool then and I'm trying to keep that back now.
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Self-discipline and consistency is what I feel was my biggest tool....
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A person can have the best nutrition and exercise regiment available to them,yet without self discipline and consistency along with dedication and focus they'll never reach their fitness goals. I've seen this more and more in this age of instant gratification.
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Kettlebells are shredding me up in ways that have made working out exciting again. Like that feeling I had when I first started bench pressing 20+ yrs ago. Cannot recommend them highly enough.
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Kettlebells are shredding me up in ways that have made working out exciting again. Like that feeling I had when I first started bench pressing 20+ yrs ago. Cannot recommend them highly enough.
I've been implementing turkish get ups and single leg RDL, both with kettlebell. I feel as if it really has made me more stable during the squat and better positioning in the deadlift ever since I started doing more kettlebell accessories. I think next training block I will switch to KB swings and KB Overhead press and see how that translates over.
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Total game changer. Glad to hear it!
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I went from 310lbs to a consistent 180-185. Mainly from adding a lot of exercise, zero sugar, went vegan, cut processed food, and counted calories strictly. I gained some back (not nearly what it was) when COVID hit as depression set in too but trying to lose again. Self-discipline and consistency is what I feel was my biggest tool then and I'm trying to keep that back now.

Question, how do you eat vegan and not eat processed foods? Isn't the majority of vegan food heavily processed?
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