Published at Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 - 06:51:47 AM. Cycling. By Madalene Michaud.
“I started to look at food kind of like money. It became like budgeting. If football was at night, I knew I had to eat lighter that day since I was going to eat like crap that night. If I knew I had a riding trip coming up, that week was more light, and I tried to drink more water, since riding all weekend would definitely dehydrate me.” Once he saw that the weight was coming off, he had even more motivation to keep at it. Today, he weighs 205 pounds.
Cycling, Legarreta signed up for a weight loss competition at work—and came in second place. In the past, he’d tried a number of different diets. “I tried to go from zero to keto in a week. Every time I tried something, it didn’t work out,” he says. This time, I began taking a more active role in taking care of myself.
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