Originally Posted by KC_Lee
This, over and over and over. Unless you get a handle on what you eat and the ammount of calories you put into your body you will be fighting a losing battle. I speak from experience on this as well.
I used to be 275 - 285 lbs. (at 6' 2") 5 years ago. Started walking everyday and then started tracking what I ate via MyFitnessPal.com. Long story short I am now 225 lbs. and running almost everyday.
That's a good point I forgot. There's lots of good apps now that help you control what you eat. It keeps you disciplined.
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