>been eating well since New Years
>pretty much tofu, chicken, nuts, rice every day
>lost 10 lbs
>past couple of days have been just getting high and eating a shit ton of food
I feel awful bros. What do you do to get back on the bandwagon? Fuck.
"One day in the gym doesn't make you. One day out doesn't break you."
We all have set backs, either self induced or external. Take responsibility for your actions. If you get high, do so before bed. If you're out, practice restraint and be affirmative with people who try and veer your off your path.
Use the energy in the gym tomorrow, you hear me? Also, use the dubs as motivation.
New years resolutions dont work because a short inspirational high doesnt make bad habbits magically dissapear.
What to do to get bad on the bandwagon? Just stop the shit youre doing and go back to eating healthy. What kind of retarted question even is this?
You ready, you sad little fucker?
You know how meth heads and coke addicts do that shit to feel good? Lifting does the same shit.
You lost 10 pounds. 10 motherfucking pounds. Remember how you felt when you weighed yourself and that scale read 10 motherfucking digits less?
Imagine that, except all the fucking time.
>Girls admire you
>Fuck, they might even be the one to approach you.
>Get get to admire yourself when you wake up instead of being an even sadder fuck.
>Your friends will fucking admire you, try to eat right, go to the gym, and more then likely fail miserably. But you didn't.
Know why? Because you have willpower they don't. Because you're a fucking champ, and a fucking legend.
You can keep even like shit and lifting, but remember you have to make up for it. You have to do more reps than they guy who ate a motherfucking salad instead of chips. Your friends won't notice, but they won't notice your transformation either.
You're gonna eat right, you're gonna lift, and you're gonna stick to it until you're nothing less than a Goddamn superhuman compared to everyone around you.
Now go out there and make it, motherfucker.
It takes 30 consecutive days to build a habit.