The GIANT “Weight Loss Business” LIE..



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19 thoughts on “The GIANT “Weight Loss Business” LIE..

  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    I love this- you're so genuine man, really appeciate all your videos!

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    Ive lost 70 lbs in 17 months with the last 38 coming off in the last three months. Finally was able to stop myself from binging and quitting after a week. I use your videos as well as a couple others to help keep me motivated! I feel great. Better than I can remember at least. I just put a 10 hour day in. Usually I would get out of my car and my feet were killing me. Just realized that today, my feet feel great!

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    Happiness is too complex to simplify it to just your body health.

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    I have found so much inspiration from watching your videos I just started my own channel to watch my transformation. Thank you for all the great advice.

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    I lost 50 pounds two years ago. But I never expected it to make me happy, or magically solve any problems. I did it because I finally had the space in my life to accomplish something in my body, to take hundreds of tiny steps to control the only thing anyone can control, their own habits. That distance is the reason I've never kicked myself for not being good enough, strong enough, broad-shouldered enough. It's the reason I've never kicked myself for falling off the wagon and gaining back ten pounds. It's the reason I've hopped right back on the wagon with more longterm goals. Each plate of rice and Chinese food is important, but only a little piece of the big picture.

    Fitness is only one piece of the big picture, of life. It's dangerous for people to start their fitness journey with delusions of perfect happiness and the cure to all their woes. Instead, downplay the importance of the pounds you lose and the muscle you gain. That way, you can always recognize that fitness is one big piece of the puzzle, and when you do achieve milestones, you can enjoy them for all the good they really are.

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    Dealing with the attitudes of people pre and post workout is certainly a headache. I'm tired of the jealous people, tired of the gossips, tired of the people asking for advice that don't want to change. I'm just halfway to my goal, but already dealing with people's issues. Fat and happy, indeed! However, I don't plan to stop.

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    I’m on the journey now. Currently down 50lbs. Having been obese for pretty much twenty years I honestly take people who claim to be 100% happy with being obese with a HUGE pinch of salt. Except for the caveat of people who have a fat fetish, I just don’t buy it.
    Obviously obese people can be happy on a day to day basis, they can be happy with their general life. But I don’t believe that obese people, who live in a European based culture, can be truly happy when they look in the mirror. We’ve all lived through the stares, the comments, the bullying, the clothes shop embarrassment, the arms on a chair that are too narrow for your butt. If you live through all that and you’re still happy with your body image then I feel you’re either a fetishist, a masochist or more likely: lying to yourself.
    Coming to terms with the brutal truth was for me the first step to a new life.

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    THANK YOU for finally clarifying what you say at the end hahaha I've been trying to sound it out for SO long

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    yh i was recording a video today but the footage got corrupted idk how and it was called why im obese? its gonna be my first video of a project im going to try on youtube and while i was talking to the camera i think i realised why it doesnt always = happiness and the reason put it back on. so we get obese from eating too much and being too stressed/unhappy etc which helps to develop eating disorders. so i theorise that we develop eating disorders which make us obese and so when people lose weight thats great and all but they havent gotten to the root of the problem like bad relationships trauma etc and so even though you lose the weight if you still have those problems which developed them in the first place then they are gonna return and you are gonna get fat again and then it's even worse cuz you lose the hope of losing weight being your saving grace and get more depressed eat even more and get even heavier than you were before you started losing weight in the first place.
    its taken me a few months but ive successfully lost my first 5kg while also working on other projects and stuff taht are truly making me happy too.

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    As someone who has recently taken steps towards getting more fit and taken a class to become a nurse assistant, I say that if getting buff isn't motivation enough then think about the future. During my clinicals I've seen people who are still quite young who end up in care facilities mainly because they are so obese they've lost all mobility. Not only do they need assistance with simple daily tasks, but assisting them is quite difficult because of their mass. If nothing else get fit so that you can remain independent for as long as possible, barring disease or some other debilitation–even then, being healthy can only help.

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    Been on a bad streak this past few weeks, gaining pounds when my goal was to be totally fit by the summer for marching band. But I’m getting back into your videos and thanks so much! Even if I disagree with some points, just hearing about weight loss is a huge motivator and I’m getting back on track 🙂 Small improvements

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    Hi John, I just love your rants my man !! Your such a good guy, I could totally be friends with you irl !! 🙂

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    I am so happy I found a way to make yummy healthy food and also lose weight while having unhealthy snacks occasionally! I will admit, I do binge on holidays and I know it slows the loss progress but I am still doing it!

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    I'm in my late 50's, and I think this really becomes true as you age and start to develop weight-related illnesses. You don't think in terms of "happy"—you start to ask yourself how high your blood sugar or blood pressure is, or how much your knees hurt. I tend to lurk here and not comment, but you are an inspiration to me and I enjoy your positive attitude and encouragement.

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  • May 22, 2018 at 7:30 pm
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    In the past I've lost 135 pounds. But I wasn't happy because I was'nt where I wanted to be and I was in a very bad plateau. Then I met my husband and found love. And now I've gained all my weight back and more. My husband gained some weight as well. But you see instead of being upset at myself. I've decided to be happy. Cause now I have a partner to lose the weight with again and we get to become stronger again physically and in our marriage <3

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