How I am here
Why I am here

This is my story

It was December 2019

I was attending my cousin's marriage

I was overweight at 105kg ~ 231 lbs

One of my cousins commented,

"You have become too fat. There is no way you can become fit again. You are done"
I challenged him that day that I will become slim in an year

I lost 45 pounds in 8 months

Then what?

It ain't to prove anything

Though my cousin's comment was a trigger, my motivation is much deeper

The primary concern is my health considering my family's health history
My father got diabetes at 33

Everybody on my father's side is diabetic

My grandfather expired at 60

My father expired at 51

I was just 21 year old when he died

He could not see most of my wins later in my life

I don't want to leave my children the same pain
I want to put an end to this early deaths in my family

This must stop with me

So I decided to carryon my fitness journey and just not stop at losing weight

I want to become big, strong and fast
Then I've found @AJA_Cortes inner circle

This is a group of people who are real serious about getting jacked and rich

Slowly fitness has become part of my life

Now I don't need to find a reason to become big and strong

I just believe that's how a man must live his life
How my fitness perspective changed over time

Earlier it is for looks

Later it for health and sociological benefits

Now fitness is the reflection of my love for myself
Why I am here?

So I lost 45 pounds and then again at one of my family gatherings people started saying the same things

"You cannot maintain this weight"
"You will become fat again"

They aren't jealous or want to put me down

They fucking believe it
Self limiting beliefs everywhere

These people need a mindset shift

They need to believe that it is not hard to lose weight

I lost weight eating chicken and white rice everyday

I hear these self limitings beliefs everywhere everyday
I want to change these beliefs and help atleast few people who are willing to change

I will be happy if an overweight dude turns his life 180 and becomes a chad

My mission is to help you unleash your inner chad
If you like this thread, you will like my free ebook

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