• In the thirties and forties, Dylan Thomas increased due to changes in lifestyle and exceeded the mark at more than 230 pounds.
• A regular workout program with free weights, pushups, and boards helped him achieve dramatic results.
• He also limited his calorie intake to 1200 calories per day, which helped him complete a dramatic 75-pound weight loss transformation.
Dylan Thomas suspected that gaining weight was only part of life as a father. That's why it's called "father," he mused. The 47-year-old Deputy Principal from Calgary, Canada, saw the extra pounds he had gained and rationalized them as what happened after a certain age. He ducked at photos of himself, but as a father and teacher, he thought he was "not really a man anymore, and wearing this layer of fat was just right."
This philosophically resigned perspective came after a lifetime of weight fluctuations. As a child, he had a heart defect that made him chronically underweight. At the age of 1
In his thirties, through a desk job and what he calls comfort for creatures, he returned to adulthood. He has gained 200 pounds, 30-40 of his 20-year-old figure. "I thought to myself," This is normal, a man in this stage of life – 200 pounds must be the norm, "he says, the weight continues to rise and Thomas noticed it." I saw some family photos and thought to myself, "Oh God, do I really look like this? "He says.
He even avoided weighing himself until one day he just had to know. He stepped on the scales and there it was – 230 pounds. He changed his diet a little and decreased slightly. But he was still sedentary. "And then I noticed," he says, "probably part of a mid-life crisis, but I thought to myself," Why the hell can not I live like I was in my twenties? "title =" image "class =" lazyimage lazyload "data-src =" https://hips.hearstapps.com/hmg-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/images/mh-7-29-19-ii-transformation – social-1564486848.jpg? resize = 480: * "/>