Kind of a NYR here(started mid-December)
Anyway I've started lifting and am really focusing on it. I'm really into vidya but I feel like I should sell my consoles and games. I've got;
>Xbox 360 w/ 40 games
>Xbox One w/ 8 games
I feel as long as I've got them I'll fall back into old habits and won't make it. Oh how I want to make it but I'm conflicted I feel they need to go but all my hours(Skyrim, Fallout, Forza) will be for naught. What does /fit/ think, keep them or sell them and move on.
> but all my hours(Skyrim, Fallout, Forza) will be for naught
what are they worth now? still nothing, wtf
if you feel like you should sell them then maybe you should, but it's your life and you do whatever the fuck you wanna do
honestly you will soon realize with lifting, life is like an RPG. you pick things you wanna be good at, hone your skills, confront things, and then from there die
lifting helps you physically "level up" if you think about it, and for me was a slippery slope towards self improvement
it starts with the consistency of training, then you get your diet straightened out, next thing you know youre looking up delicious recipes to fill your macros. in a matter of months you can train yourself to be self sufficient simply because of the consistency required to see results, which will help you in other areas. the increased confidence from knowing youre accomplishing things WILL help you talk to girls and nail job interviews.
in short, lifting is the first step towards making it, anon
Even the most dedicated person will only spend 2 hours in the gym, then you have say 7 hours of sleep and 8 hours of work so you still have another 6 hours to fill. There is nothing wrong with playing video games for a bit in your off time.