It's just what I needed

Back when I was in college I developed an exhausting eating disorder, but I used to chug Gatorade and eat saltines all day long, but that was all I had.

I just wanted to lose weight and be attractive.

I did task out too. I ran the university stairs and along the track almost everyday. I was in no possible way healthy and being safe about how I lost weight, but my problem got so bad that my parents got involved. I did not want to do therapy or see a doctor. My father is the one who sent me to a personal training center. It might seem unusual sending your far too skinny kid to a gym, but it worked for me. I was willing to go since I knew I was going to burn calories, and as part of the training program I did I needed to also add on nutritional counseling. I worked with a man on a diet plan for me. For the first few parts I ignored everything he was saying. As I started doing fitness classes with a personal trainer and seeing the difference in my body, I wanted to try what the nutritionist was telling me to do. She got me eating more calories each day, but a little healthier. I was able to gain muscle and not fat. My personal trainer had me do more than just cardio‚Ķ Running is not the only thing I can do to look good. I began lifting, squatting and using all sorts of equipment. I am so much healthier now. I am not willing to get on a scale because now the number to me isn’t important.

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