Thursday, November 29, 2012

It's Hard to be Fat

Well this is pretty much how most fall days look here in Michigan.  Clear blue skies and bright sunshine.

I haven't been out in the kayak recently, but have been trying to get in as much exercise as I can metal detecting.  As you may or may not be aware, there is a lot of exercise to metal detecting.  Of course there is the walking around.  For me that is the easy part.  The hard part comes from having to get down to the ground and then get back up again.  I have to use the shovel handle to pull myself up off the ground!  Doing this time after time gets to be a bit of a workout!!  I am so getting tired of being fat.  Being heavy really does take away some of the pleasure of hobbies like kayaking and metal detecting.  I am eating less and know that weight loss will take time.  I find that the struggle off the ground is a good reminder for me of why I want to lose weight.  As much as I love to eat, metal detecting never ceases to drill it into my hard head that I MUST lose weight.

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1 comment:

  1. I was long addicted to junk food which caused a lot of extra pounds. I knew that in order to loose weight I had to change my eating habits and lifestyle. I started going to the gym. I must say, it was very hard at the beginning since I was not accustomed to doing any sports from my childhood. I strongly needed some additional force to kick me off the sofa each time. I was thinking of some energy drinks, but finally decided to go the natural way. I’ve tried a nutritional supplement called Navy Seal Formula by Military Grade. The result was felt very quickly. I take it before going to the gym and in 1 hour I am full of energy. Now I’ve started loosing my pounds and keep working on healthier nutrition.