We're actually 'too busy' to recognize how frumpy and overweight we've become over time, and this is very unhealthy
(PRWEB) November 09, 2013
Randy Johnson is not so different from everyone else. Like most people, he is busy, and the demands of his life invariably cause the proper focus on nutrition and exercise to take a back seat to other 'priorities'.
As a result, Johnson observes, people lose sight of how they actually look. "We're actually 'too busy' to recognize how frumpy and overweight we've become over time, and this is very unhealthy!" he notes.
Perhaps this notion best sums up his impetus for self-improvement. Specifically, he recalls an instance in the recent past where he stood facing himself in the mirror, and said out loud to himself, "when did I get fat?" It was a sudden recognition of a condition that had been part of him for quite some time, and it shook him to the core.
"I'm not getting any younger," Randy continues, "and this baggage is causing me to feel lethargic, slow-witted, unproductive, and old." It was at this moment of self-realization in the mirror that he made a conscious and deliberate decision to take action.
Randy is no stranger to the gym, nor is he completely ignorant of nutrition. He had enough of a "baseline" knowledge to conduct an educated exploration into the myriad offerings in the weight loss, nutrition, and supplement industries. This research funneled out to a definitive starting point - a fat burning program that starts by depleting glycogen (blood sugar) for the first week, then re-introducing proper nutrition into the diet in a scientifically-proven, cyclical fashion. The body learns to use body fat as fuel in the absence of excess glycogen. This program provides the construct, context, and definitive details which guide its users with precision, step by step, day by day, to turning the body into a fat-burning machine once and for all. The program explains the science which underlines the philosophy, and provides all the details necessary to follow its nutritional and exercise guidelines with optimal effectiveness.
The program is called "The 4 Cycle Solution," authored by a guy named Shaun Hadsall.
Hadsall is a well-known personality in health and fitness circles, perhaps most notably for his "first runner up" placement in Bill Phillip's Body For Life program in the early 2000's.
Randy is now nearly four weeks into Hadsall's 4 Cycle Solution program, and feels strongly about the verity and effectiveness of the system. He continues to chronicle daily details of his fat loss journey on his website, http://whyamifat.org.
Today, Randy posted the fifth photo in an ongoing sequence that is remarkable to look at.
About whyamifat.org: Webmaster Randy Johnson has been interested in weight management and fitness for many years now, but for so long had failed to see the forest from the trees. It wasn't until a recent in-the-mirror "jolt" that brought him to the consciousness of his personal failure with nutrition and exercise, as evidenced by the guy in the mirror. Ever since, Johnson has been dedicated to immersing himself in the science and self-activism of staying fit and healthy, and this website is his "journal".