Understanding it doesn't necessarily help - on the one hand I knew why I was in such a funk but getting out of it was a challenge I feel I am winning.
I have 2 more shifts I have to do at work then I have 2 weeks off.
I have read here about the TV show "The Biggest Loser" and have never seen it. I know there are those who adore it and others who are less sure of the long term implications of it on the contestants. I decided to watch Season One and have just finished it.
I DID enjoy it and took away as my lesson the need in me to work harder than I do on fitness. I am going to push myself harder in the 2 weeks off work to workout and maybe try out a class at the gym. If you want the results, you have to work for it....and the contestants on the show who really committed to working hard at working out got their rewards. ...Like the winner..Ryan Benson
The thing that I took away from the show most strongly was that in all the contestants...I was bigger than every single female. Ryan was 330lb in the first picture and I as yet don't know my starting weight but I am certain it was OVER 330lb. I weighed more than even some of the bigger male contestants and more than 100lb bigger than the majority of the female contestants. The really good bit about it is that I don't weigh that now. It feels such a relief to be nearer to goal than that size.
I will start season 2 soon so don't tell me any secrets from the show!