I don't know you and I don't care about you - but you need to stop yoyoing. There is good evidence that losing and gaining weight over and over is the worst thing you can do for your long term health.
Either be a dedicated fat guy or a dedicated thin guy.
First off I'm gonna respond to the bold--what does that have to do with anything? All you're saying is, "hey I don't care about your choices, but here's some advice". Wasn't even necessary to put that there in the first place. Pretty sure everybody who posts in this thread does so to 1. Look for feedback 2. post their progress 3. post their goals. 4. Anything health/fitness related, so I think it goes without saying, that you're coming off like a jack ****. I don't mind you responding to my posts, but save the BS comments and just post the feedback ffs. Anyways...(congrats you've managed to rustle me lol). Commencing unrustling and responding now...
Secondly, obviously I know the effects of :yoyoing". I've lost a massive amount of weight from 2010-11 and obviously educated myself during those times. That being said, I've said this many times and literally just repeated it, from 2011-late 2015 I was strictly maintaining my weight. I wasn't yoyoying a lot, I get what you're saying about yoyoing and everything, but that wasn't the case during those five years. 2011-2013 my average weight range was 195-205, 2014-2015 it was 215. Mainly cause I grew and could not cut to such a low weight anymore, hence what I previously repeated about my body shape, etc.
I did gain a little bit in 2015 (242 max) and posted a lot in the 2015 fitness thread, but that was very brief. I had gained some weight over that winter break, but in March 2015 I got back on track, lost it in 10 weeks (got down to 215), and started maintaining again.
After I shed this weight again, I am definitely not going to go on another huge diet which technically has only occurred once and that started on June 2nd, 2010 and ended June 2nd, 2011 (I began to appear "skinny" or lean if you will around March 2011).
So I'm considering 2017 my second and last "diet". 2016 was a train wreck and attribute that mainly to it being my last year in college which amounted to copious consumption of alcohol and terrible food choices. This ended up carrying even after the summer plus there's other things that effected this but won't go into it, not even worth posting.
If you wanna say I'm yoyoing, the only real indication of that happening was in 2015 and it was brief. Last year I straight up just gained weight back. That's it. After this year, when I get to my optimal weight, I'll start maintaining again. I don't think I can be a dedicated fat guy even if I tried to. I'm too cognizant of my obese past that I wouldn't let myself be overweight for another 10 years, let alone one more year, like I was when I was a child (age 7-17)... But I will definitely begin to maintain weight again.
TL:DR version: Don't post pointless comments such as your first line--I didn't yoyo as much as you think--this will be Nyte's second "big" weight loss--I will maintain once reached optimal weight level--I don't know what that weight number will be but best believe my body aint seeing the "100's" again unless I want to look like a FW Conor McGregor
Edited by Nyte, 27 January 2017 - 11:01 PM.