Weight loss lessons from man who lost 137 pounds after years of struggle
We all know weight loss regimens are always challenging. Anything that wreaks havoc on your body to shed extra pounds is hardly popular.
However, Bryan O'Keeffe believes that embracing this discomfort is the right way to advance the mission.
“O'Keeffe saw exercise not as a way to burn calories, but as a way to build discipline and mental resilience by pushing yourself harder with each workout,” the report said.
“”The benefits of this spill over into other areas of your life, but from a weight loss standpoint, it helps me stay in a calorie deficit when I want to eat more because now I've built the psychology to deal with my appetite Resilience, hunger and the desire to overeat,” he told the outlet.