The 36-year-old Aaron Lohman, 36, graduated from the Academy with a new job as a New York City policeman and was charged 140 pounds in nine years, "I thought I did not have to worry about physical qualifications anymore," he says, "I preferred to go out with my girlfriend, who is now my wife, after work."
In 2015 everything changed after I woke up from a nightmare in a cold sweat. "In my dream, I was To fight a criminal who overwhelmed me and threw me off a roof, "Lohman says," but the worst thing was when I thought of my two-and-a-half-year-old daughter, who I knew would grow up without a father. "19659005] He left on a weight Not loss program that day.
Hold yourself accountable. Lohman began to find calories and eventually began to weigh his food. Off went pizza and beer; In came turkey meatballs and egg whites. He also packs his lunch daily. "I'm bored," he says. "I'll eat 8 ounces of chicken and 6 ounces of sweet potato every day."
Transform negativity into a positive. Not long after Lohman started training, one member of staff mentioned the 40-mile NYC Five-Borough Bike Tour. When the other cops listened to them, they laughed. "They said," Yeah, right, Aaron is going to do a bike ride. "And I did it – without even cycling."
Setting a timetable Lohman lifts weights at a local gym or weight room in the station quarter five days a week, concentrating on each day focus on training a single body part (chest, back, legs, arms, shoulders).
Halting cravings with protein. Protein at every meal, including snacks, he says. For breakfast, Lohman has hard-boiled eggs and Greek yoghurt, turkey slices for lunch, chicken or turkey balls for dinner, whey protein shakes between meals.
Post your progress. Lohman posts selfies of his workout. Progress on Instagram (he now has more than 18,000 followers). "Everyone should try," he says, "There's nothing like the idea of failing in public to motivate you And his motivating posts give a boost to others as well. "There is no top secret diet … just you, the desire to change, and the work you do to achieve that."