Brant Lundgren

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Years ago, I had a gentlemen ask me my age.  Upon hearing my answer, he smirked and responded with, "Wait until you hit 30."  At the time I was in excellent shape, and my life consisted mostly of work and the gym.  I didn't think much of his warning other than, "It'll never happen to me."  Little did I know that he was all too right.  

By the age of 30, I didn't even recognize myself.  I had become lazy, not only with my attendance at the gym, but also with my nutrition.  I would go through brief  periods of intense focus, followed by longer periods of lounging and over eating.  Needless to say, my weight slowly crept upwards until, at my largest point, I weighted 260 pounds.  I no longer felt like myself.  I found myself uncomfortable in my own skin, and generally grumpy.  I knew something had to change.

One year, to the day, after starting Macroholics, I hit my goal weight and made the transition to the maintenance portion of the program.  The past year has been very exciting.  I've lost 80 pounds.  I've gone from a size 40 to a size 32 waist.  I've more than cut my body fat percentage in half (from over 25% to 11.4%).  Yeti Ironically, I know that this is only the beginning for me.  My ultimate goal is to enjoy workouts with my son, who is currently one!  That being said, I can no longer imagine a life without the Macroholics program, or what it has taught me.  Needless to say, I'm a Macroholic for life.