Introducing A Former Fat Man
Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Frank Cruz a former fat man who’s almost completely unleashed. Those cold chains of confinement are weakening little by little. I have been tied down and boxed in for many years. Consumed with exaggerated amounts of food, my stomach was a lot like a bottomless pit. I had an appetite that could not be satisfied. Growing up I was a pretty confident guy, I never had a problem getting the girl I wanted in high school. Although I was always heavy set, I carried my weight well. But after getting married and having my son, I swelled up faster then a hot air balloon.
Four years ago I stepped on the scale, and was blown away as I glared down in suspense to see the shocking number 298. What a disappointment, how could I have let it get this far? From that day forth I was on a mission to lose this weight. In 5 months I dropped 70lbs just in time for my sister’s wedding, and I was the topic of everyone’s conversation. I was loving life, and I was proud of myself. Then I got comfortable, and within a year. I gained it all back.
After being fed up with myself I attempted to lose the weight again. In 3 months I lost 40lbs, then 5 months later put it back on. Then 3 months I lost 30lbs, then in 4 months later I put it all back on. Are you noticing the pattern here? You see every time I dropped a significant amount of weight I got comfortable again, and then I got fat again.
On January 1st, 2009 I decided to make a real change and I mean, mind, body, and soul. Something switched deep in my subconscious; I was like a new man. I no longer saw myself as a fat guy because I was capable of doing things fat guys couldn’t do. When I set goals I meet them each time, whether it was my weight on the scale, or the amount of sets I did in the gym. I was simply becoming mind over body, I felt like rocky training alone in the mountains. Each time I set a goal and completed, I felt as if I had beaten myself, my old self, my fat self, and my mind would gain a little more control over my body once again. That’s when the real change began, when my mind and soul won the battle over my body.
Today I invite you to join me on a mission to transform our lives completely. This is truly a difficult task, but one that can be accomplished. The date that I write this is June 14, 2009 and I have lost a total of 80lbs. If you were to add the amount of fat I have burned off my body in the last four years it would add up to 220lbs!!! I know how to do this; I have the road map to success!! Come and join me, and you too can be UNLEASHED.