Man's 190-pound The transformation to weight loss helps him to climb the mountain
Keith Holt may already be a seriously accomplished man, but he hopes you will help him stay responsible for more. That's because the Luftwaffe veteran is on a health mission. He has already lost a whopping 190 pounds, but he still has a few other hills to climb – and he's doing everything in social media to keep him honest.
Nearly a year ago Holt was tired and in poor health, like many others out there, he got to that point by slowly allowing his not so big habits to take on.
"My life before it feels like it's a nasty one Dream, "said Holt Men's Health ." A little over ten years ago I was honorably discharged from the Air Force, and in my last year I started to gain a lot. "I have I was not too worried about it because my end date was close and I thought I would focus on it when I came out. "
But over time, he just looked up the number on the scale. And that, Holt said, led to depression Things got so bad that Holt, who had enrolled in college on his return from the military, got himself could not concentrate in class or even just stay awake.
Eventually, after consulting a doctor, he found that his body was not producing enough testosterone, and his thyroid – regulating the body's metabolism – was out of whack. It took almost a year for Holt to get his first testosterone intake and find the right balance of medication to get his body back on track.
"My mental state was in ruins. I would overeat and flood myself in self-pity. It was not a very good existence, "he said, only when it came to a car accident in the winter of 2014, it was getting worse, and immediately after his car was off the road and rolled before it came to a halt.When the car was demolished, went Get It Off – Physically at Least
"I remember working well with the emergency responders and the hospital staff," he said. "I was grateful to be alive, but there was a part of me that wished At least then, this nightmare [his health and weight issues] would be over. "