Congrats to Chris on dropping 32.5 pounds over nine weeks, deflating from 170 to 137.5 pounds, and just 2.5 pounds short of his ultimate goal on Project Jawline.
He’s going to give you some precise measurements about his chest and waist and pant size, but it comes down to this: Chris looks great to us, and feels great about himself in front of the mirror. Well done. And we’re glad our own Adam Reynolds, of The Healthy Boy, helped you along the way.
i think you forgot to mention that Medifast helped him too. I’m curious about the percentage of Medifast that was utilized in his weight loss.
That’s not to say I’m not cheering for this dude. Kudos to him. I hope he keeps it off and does whatever to make himself happy. I’m just want full disclosure on the methods being used.
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Good for you Chris. Not only was losing the weight good for your health, when you were tilting towards the upper registers of the scale you were looking bit like David Gest………*Scary*
I’m sorry, but statistically this wont last. he did it on milkshakes and being sedentary. All he has done is messed up his metabolism for a while. Seems like a nice guy, I hope he gets pointed into a sound nutritional and lifestyle program.
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Its a big fat shame that people spend millions of dollars per year on multiple versions of snake oil weight loss potions, pills, and plans. You want to the not so big secret to losing weight? Burn more calories than you take in! Please now send $39.99 in check or money order directley to me……………….
Fitz and any others who made negative comments, why??? Honestly why log onto a website and wrtie something negative about a guy who just lost 30+ lbs and feels great about himself. I see the same guys write negative stuff about Adam’s health blog. Yes, there are healthier ways than others to lose weight…I wouldn’t argue about that and yes if you lose weight with some sort of shakes or other non-conventional method it will generally be more difficult to keep it off in the long-run but the guy feels great about himself and regardless of the method he’s more than likely much better off healthwise now than he was 30+ pounds ago.
I bet I know why, jealousy??? Is it because you’re all fat and out of shape or wish you could lose 30lbs but can’t do it. You know what would be a good solution…everyone should have to post a picture of their mid-section along with their posts to these articles, that would probably help. I myself am so happy for this guy, look at the joy in his face in these video posts…he feels great about himself and that’s so wonderful! Since I’m a positve person I would say hey buddy just make sure you now stick with it and make healthy eating choices each day.
So congrats man! Keep up the good work and if you stay dedicated the weight will stay off! Everyone else who had anythign negative to say, get a life! Remember giving off positive energy will bring back positive into your life! There should be no place for negativity…
Everyone else who had anythign negative to say, get a life! Remember giving off positive energy will bring back positive into your life! There should be no place for negativity…
Well, Mr./Mrs. New Agey, how about you take your own damn insipid advice and not tell me to “get a life”, which is pretty damn negative?
The reason that people are saying “It’s a short-term fix” is because it is and there’s a good chance he’ll gain that 30 lbs. back in a year without changes. Yo-yoing in your weight isn’t good for your heart, for one thing.
Chris: Congrats on your weight loss !
Keep us updated please.
You are the only one making negative character comments. My statement was about this method of weight loss, the likelihood for relapse, and the dangers of remaining sedentary. I’ve got nothing against this kid. In fact, what I said was “seems like a nice guy”. Your comments about ME were negative and bitchy. Is this your positive energy? My comments are informed by my work and personal experience. I do NOT want to encourage people to try to follow the path of milk shakes and couch time. And for the record- I am fine with my weight. I went to a (now defunct) nutritional education and psychotherapy program in 1988, and I have maintained the changes (for the most part). I eat huge amounts of whole food and I exercise every single day unless ill.
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