Every year, I get sucked into the New Year's resolution cult and commit to making a life change or goal in the hopes of improving myself.
Nah. No more of that.
The problem with New Years Resolutions is that they never feel fun.
I started the program at 235 lbs, 26% body fat; today, I weigh in at 196 lbs with 19% body fat: the plan is to drop down to 185 and then to start the next (and my favorite phase): BULKING.
I've had to supplement with surfing, biking, and basketball. September I knocked out a 30-day yoga challenge as well: shout out to my boys Danny and Simon for clowning my terrible yoga technique and keeping me humble 😂😂.
Eating out is always an option too. Just remember: plan your meal before you get to the restaurant to make sure you fall within your macro goals.
if you were ever considering starting a gym regimen, I highly recommend you give Bigger, Leaner, Stronger a shot.
Case and point: every month I put together a list of songs that got me through the month, and title the blog post: (Previous Month's) Playlist.
So. I'm switching it up. It's not a big change, but a change nonetheless: ya'll get my last month's music to vibe to for THIS month.
Just imagine I'm listening to 100's of songs for (future) you.
I review the Wake, by Paul Kingsnorth.
Terence Latimer is a digital marketer and founder of Food Tribe, a restaurant review platform committed to ending hunger. based in Los Angeles.