• Due to unhealthy eating habits while playing football, Tyler Licht's weight went beyond the point of obesity.
• After deciding to drop out of college, he committed to a more restrictive diet and began training five days a week.
• He has since completed a dramatic 130-pound weight loss transformation.
In high school, Tyler Licht, a 19-year-old student from Mountain Home, Arkansas, played football. His coach was of the opinion that as Lineman "Bigger is better" – which is on the border. And Licht's parents were both great cooks. So, in his late teens, he slowly grabbed pounds, fueled by big meals and lots of sugary soda. The extra weight made him lethargic, with frequent headaches and nausea. At his heaviest he had 31
Light was not happy with himself and when the high school came to an end, he decided to do something. " My turning point was when I realized that college would start and I really did not want to be the "big guy" anymore, "he says.
Inspired by a creator named ObeseToBeast he took his diet in Attacking and training, he began counting calories and limited himself to 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm a day. "I did not think too much about what I ate macroscopically," he says, "but I have drinks cut calories and fast food. "He went to the gym with lifting and cardio – his previous years with football training it's easy to get back in the groove, and soon he was training cardio 5-6 days a week and 4-5 times a week.