The Lazy Art of Weight Loss by Art Lieberman

  • Publication date : November 23, 2020
  • Language : English
  • File size : 204 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
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  • Screen Reader : Supported
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  • Print length : 83 pages
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In January of 2020 I was over 25% overweight. That’s a lot of fat. And it was not all in my head. I wanted to live a healthier, more active lifestyle. I wanted to be able to move easily from point A to point B. Heck, I wanted to be able to tie my shoes without feeling pain.

This was after 40 years of being heavy.

One simple idea started the weight-melt. I found more ideas as the year went on. The weight dropped like a cement brick in a pond.

Early on, I realized I wasn’t having to put a lot of thought into it. I wasn’t counting calories. I wasn’t counting macros like carbs (though I was broadly aware of them). I just obeyed a few easy rules.

This was easy. This was lazy weight loss. This book shows how this regular (middle-aged) guy figured out how to lose weight.