Don’t Stop Trying to Lose Weight

17 Responses

  1. Nick T says:

    First! Lol

  2. Big Chris says:

    I haven’t stopped trying and i finally lost 54 pounds in last months. I am doing it for my family and health, it’s extremely important to me that I lose weight. I’ll never stop trying, besides, the alternative isn’t any better

  3. Tyler says:

    I hope you’re proud of that, Nick!

  4. Tyler says:

    Congratulations, I’m glad you haven’t stopped trying. You definitely would have been worse off with those extra 54 pounds.

  5. Dan says:

    Did you see what my Badgers did to Indiana?!?! THAT was a thumpin’!

  6. Paolo says:

    This post couldn’t have come at a more opportune time in my weight gain/loss adventures. Thanks, Tyler.

    I guess there’s something to be said/optimistic about at least trying to lose weight consistently, yo-yoing be damned.

  7. Cliff Kline says:

    War Eagle! I am an Auburn grad, so had reason to celebrate this weekend as well. I am looking forward to the SEC championship game – especially when we beat South Carolina! 🙂

  8. Tyler says:

    I did. Good win!

  9. Tyler says:

    Yeah, yo-yo isn’t ideal, but it’s nothing to be ashamed of either. It’s just trying and failing, which plenty of people do. At least people are trying in the first place, though.

  10. Tyler says:

    Please, son. I’ll have your humble pie waiting here on the blog on December 5th 🙂

  11. R says:

    “Success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.”

    Winston Churchill

  12. Lisa says:

    Living healthy is my goal now. Just because I lost the weight and have kept it off doesn’t mean I can go back to eating unhealthy! Exercise and healthy eating is part of who I am now. It’s also part of my routine. It’s like brushing my teeth everyday.

  13. Kevin says:

    I enjoy your blog, but could you tone down the corporate shilling? I found it a little insulting in this post. Was the affiliate link really necessary?

    Other than this glaring pimple, I really enjoy your blog.

  14. Tyler says:

    It’s not an affiliate link. And corporate shilling? Someone gives me free tickets to the championship game, and I shouldn’t thank them?

    Some people would call that rude.

  15. Will says:

    See? If you closed down comments, you wouldn’t get to enjoy exchanges like this, lol. Of course you should thank them. (Maybe Kevin is a Gator?)

  16. Kevin says:

    The links both end in “…teamonetickets.com/m/344pounds”, which I interpreted as an affiliate link. If I click it and go to the TeamOne website, it puts a cookie on my computer, associating my visit with your account. If I subsequently buy tickets, I presume you are compensated with a referral fee.

    Of course I’m not saying you shouldn’t thank someone when they give you something. But there’s a difference between saying “Thanks,” and dedicating the day’s blog post to an advertorial gushing over their company.

    It’s your site, you can do whatever you want with it. I just find that once bloggers start relying on sponsored content, they lose credibility.

    Like I said, I really enjoy your blog, and you’re making great progress. I look forward to seeing you achieve your “100-lbs lost” milestone, I’ll be right here celebrating with the rest.

  17. Tyler says:

    If you were to click one of those links, make a purchase, I would get $0. Yes, $0. I’m glad you enjoy the blog, thanks for the comment.

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