Health How This Dad Lost Nearly 100 Lbs. – And Gained a Six-Pack

16:51  10 july  2018
16:51  10 july  2018 Source:   people.com

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– And Gained a Six - Pack . People 1/31/2018Michelle Ward Trainor. © Jeremiah Peterson/Instagram Jeremiah Peterson decided to get serious It was a hard-hitting moment.” He continued: “I felt sadness and shame in that moment thinking how I had let myself get to this , but so much deeper than that.

Prior to losing weight, “a typical day for me was to not eat all day and then get home from work, drink a few beers and eat a big dinner,” says the antique store owner. He also started weight lifting six days a week, focusing on a different body part each day. Peterson ended up dropping 82 lbs . during the

a group of people that are standing in the water© Jeremiah Peterson/Instagram Jeremiah Peterson decided to get serious about weight loss when a family hiking excursion last summer proved to be too taxing for his then 290-lb. frame.

“I remember being bent over heaving just trying to catch my breath,” the Missoula, Montana-resident tells PEOPLE. “When I looked up, I saw my wife and three kids [10, 8 and 7] easily hiking, talking and laughing with each other — without me. It was a hard-hitting moment.”

He continued: “I felt sadness and shame in that moment thinking how I had let myself get to this, but so much deeper than that. If I continued to live like this, I would not live.”

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He also started weight lifting six days a week, focusing on a different body part each day. Peterson ended up dropping 82 lbs . during the “I have so much more energy and I feel like I am always in a great mood. I feel like I have become the dad and husband that I really wanted to be,” says Peterson.

– And Gained a Six - Pack . Jeremiah Peterson decided to get serious about weight loss when a family hiking excursion last summer proved to be too taxing for his then 290-lb. frame. Woman Who Lost 350 Lbs . Continued to Struggle with Binge Eating: 'I Couldn't Control It'. 0.

Prior to losing weight, “a typical day for me was to not eat all day and then get home from work, drink a few beers and eat a big dinner,” says the antique store owner. “Putting my body into starvation mode and then overeating made my body blow up like a balloon, quite literally. I had constant bloating, heartburn and awful stomach issues.”

When I was younger I was always the guy that could maintain a fairly decent body with lifting during the week and then havering a huge cheat meal and drinks on the weekends. As I poured myself more and more into running and building my business I started to slack on my workouts. I found myself needing a beer at night to relax and unwind. Before long it was 2 beers or more.. Now I'm not saying I had a drinking problem. But I will say that those empty calories stick to my 39 year old body in ways that my 30 year old body never had to deal with. Lol...then don't get me started on the treats that linger around a house when you have three kids. The combination of alcohol and sugar are the worst for gaining weight and basically succumbing to the stereotypical Dad bod. I know now that because I have some huge goals for myself and my family that sugar and alcohol truly have to be a very occasional treat. Because after all this transformation has turned into something far bigger than just weight loss or mere aesthetics. My mindset for success has never been so strong. Watching myself and how much my physical body manifests into drive for my business, my family and the goals I have...I know I won't let a short term moment of indulgence interfere with my long term plans for success.

If You Want Strong and Tight Abs, This Is the Exercise You Need to Be Doing .
Most people train their abs for vanity (hello six-pack!), but having a strong core is essential to doing every day activities, even walking. A strong core (with or without a six-pack) is the secret to having great posture, running faster, and preventing injuries like lower-back pain. Improve your core strength (and get sexy, toned abs while you're at it) with this twist on the classic plank. Here's how to do it: Start resting on all fours. With your palms flat, raise up off your knees onto your toes. Keep your hands directly below your shoulders. Contract your abs to keep yourself up and prevent your bottom from sticking up. Remember to keep your belly button pulled in. With your head and spine in line, keep your back flat - don't let it curve. Picture your body as a long, straight board. With control, slowly tap your left knee to the ground without moving your hips. Lift your left knee back up, returning to the starting position. Repeat the same movement with the right leg. This completes one rep. Complete two sets of 10 reps.

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