As you might have noticed there has been a lack of myself and the group to go ahead and organize a walk or event or any activity. I have always concealed this lack of effort to work commitments or life’s errands, but the truth is that I have been shy to appear again in front of my audience.
I have gained weight, around 10 to 15 kilos, not sure to be exact because I refuse to weigh myself.
The reason for the weight gain can stem from my U.S. trip to a shoulder injury to plain ignorance and that thought when you’ve lost weight, “I’ve done it before I can do it again” mentality which really sneaks up on you.
Yesterday a club member gave me words of courage and might that I have never heard before, he repeated the same words that I uttered to him when he first showed up to walk with us and now he’s 10 kilo’s lighter. He made me so upset that I have started to eat super healthy and started to seriously get real. I have since worked out and I can tell you that I feel like its 2001 and I’m in my apartment in Arizona determined as ever to do something about it. I have told many people who I keep close to my heart and who I love openly that I’m doing something about and I have not really, but this time It’s personal, it’s my word against me and it’s my word to essentially, the whole world.
Two minutes ago, Afrah informed me something beautiful. The shy girl with a heart of gold started her journey with 131 kilos, now she’s a slimmed down 98 and on her way to her goal of 68. I am proud more than ever, I am ecstatic more than ever, I am psyched more than ever; I am humbled more than ever, I am a happy man more than ever, I am hopeful more than ever; I am The Six-K Club more than ever before.
Join me this summer in my and our and the whole worlds quest to spread the good words of health, happiness and life fatless. With you I have shared my most personal experiences and with you all …
I will share my new weight loss story.