Famoso youtuber mostró cómo quedó su cuerpo tras perder 90 kilos
Se trata de John David Glaude quien se cansó de ser «gordito» y decidió darle un giro a su vida.
Pues cambió su rutina, hizo mucho ejercicio y se sometió a una dieta estricta que le ayudó a perder 90 kilos y ahora luce así:
16 weeks. That's the time between these two pictures. Now, I know on the left I look "unhappy" but that's not the case! I loved myself even at the peak of my bulk. I was enjoying life, going out to eat, hitting PR's in the gym, and having a GREAT TIME! Did I have a little extra body fat? Yes, but that does not define my happiness! These 16 weeks have taught me SO much. I've never contest prepped before in my entire life. I never thought I would! When I was 360 pounds the LAST thing on my mind was going up on stage with no shirt on and showing off my "physique" but, that is what I am doing! I have never dieted down so much, and been so meticulous with my macronutrients, training, and cardio. It really has opened my eyes to how DIFFICULT competing is. If you compete regularly, YOU ARE AMAZING! These 16 weeks have taught me a TON about myself as well. Being so low in calories, I had to work on being positive and not letting things get to me. I am not proud to say I had some pretty bad days. Looking back though I am thankful for everything it has taught me. I HAVE to give a shoutout to the love of my life @jessieannrenee because these 16 weeks have probably been harder on her than me, because I have NOT been fun to deal with, but, I believe our relationship is stronger because of it. So, this is where I sit. 4 days out from my show. Ready to have the time of my life! Thank you ALL for your support, it really means the world! Lastly, if this is my first post you are seeing, I have loose skin from losing over 175 pounds. I was 360, now I am 180 pounds. I am 5'8. (If anyone makes negative comments on my skin, please do not reply. Let's stay positive! Replying to negative, only breeds more negative! I LOVE YOU ALL)
HUGE NEWS! I have waited YEARS to tell you all this! @questnutrition and I have been working on this video series called "Transformation" For a VERY long time! The series is all about how other people have transformed their lives, and how YOU can do the same as well! Click the link in my bio to WATCH NOW!!!!! PLEASE DO IT. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vn83Y9IcSZs
9 weeks out now! Need to get better at posing for sure! Also, after you lose 170 pounds, you WILL have loose skin. It's just a FACT! I refuse to let that hinder me from competing! This is something I want to do, so I am going to do it! #ObeseToPhysique *Edit* I understand that I most likely won't place, I am doing this for myself! As long as I bring the best ME I can to that stage, I have won in my mind!
Lately I've been thinking about the mental aspects of losing weight. I feel like it is incredibly overlooked. What I mean is that when I was 360 pounds I HONESTLY believed that losing all that weight would fix EVERYTHING. Now, did I do myself a HUGE service by losing the weight, ABSOLUTELY. I will live a much longer and healthier life! That being said, any mental issues I had (feeling inadequate, anxiety, and so on) were NOT magically gone! I still struggle with them every day, and that is OK! I get so many people that ask me why is it they have lost 50 pounds, but still see the same person In the mirror, I believe it's because we expect WEIGHT loss to solve EVERYTHING! What do you guys think? Some stats, highest weight loss as 360 pounds, lost 180 pounds, and now I sit around 180 pounds. I am 5'8 and 23 years old. Started losing weight when I was 20 years old 🙂 REMEMBER, transformation happens one rep at a time, and with enough determination and commitment we can all go from #obesetobeast!!! ??????
Let's talk about perception, ESPECIALLY on social media. So, in this picture I took the exact same photo of each side of my body. On the right is my right side, or "best" side. If you look through my photos you will notice that almost ALL of my pictures are on this side. Why? Because that is the side I feel looks best! Now, on the left is my left side, as you can tell it is smaller, and obviously not as impressive. Now, does it make me a liar by purposely showing my"good" side most of the time? Idk, I guess that is up to you! Moral of the story and this excessively long post is that what you see on social media is what the person WANTS you to see! Please, get inspiration from accounts, but don't base your value, or lack there OF on "fitspo" pages. NOBODY is perfect, and YOU are amazing!