Over the last few months, I have learned how to control myself, what an actual portion looks like, and ways to get a lot more out of what I am eating. I also don't drink Soda, and save for some beer (which I will have to cut out even more) I'm on black coffee and water.
I eat a salad for lunch (everyday except sunday), I want to keep consistency. I switch between a spinach/banana smoothie, avocado, or something super light for a snack. Sometimes for breakfast I have either an egg, or a smoothie, and I have to have my coffee. I try and drink a lot of water... 10-12 glasses a day (8-10) water bottles.
So sticking to eating healthy sure was easy after the first month (332 starting weight at 6'3") but it sure was hard during the first month. I remember hating it, getting angry and not caring really about much. My release has been cycling as long as I can remember so I used that to get away from the diet, clear my head and get some exercise (Win/WIN).
My current ride setup is; Road bike in the trainer, Fatbike for woods action. I try and get an hour spin in a day and this will certainly keep my legs up.
Im going to keep on keeping on, and since I've been getting super positive responses to this journey, I will start updating this more. I am currently sitting at 301 lbs. And now that Ive lost a chunk of weight I want to work harder, do gym workouts, get on my bike as much as possible and keep up the work. Big things are coming this year! I can't wait.
A big ol' shout out To Kyle, Sean and Endo Customs!! Thanks John for the support too!