Bit of a brutal visual but a timely reminder of the damage visceral vat causes to you physically
from a nurse...
“as a registered nurse, i’d often see in my patients (and in myself!) the complications caused by being overweight and obese, but i have to say when i saw this i was amazed at the visual reminder. “ “this image shows a 250 lb woman on the left and a 120 lb woman on the right. we can see weight gain from the outside, but we usually can’t see what it’s doing on the inside. look at the f*t surrounding the organs in the woman on the left. do you also see the f*t around her heart and around her brain? a little scary, isn’t it? look at the compression around the stomach and internal organs. do you think that would have any impact on gerd and indigestion? look at the compressed knee joints. do you think those joints ache a little more than they should?” wow!! that’s eye opening! i see patients every day that are dying from diseases caused or worsened by poor choices and obesity. is that cheeseburger, chocolate cake, french fries, etc...worth it?
Circuits have been a l i f e savior these last few weeks with my work hours doubling and exams and family and a new riverdale addiction
i don’t understand people who think you have to be in the gym for 2+ hours to get a good workout? my workout usually range between 20 minutes to 60 minutes (70 minutes max for legs day) and i am dead by the end. it’s all about intensity and watching your rest periods to make sure you make the best out of your time there. don’t spend more time than you have to especially when the holidays are already so busy and you also have to fit in your selfie time which is most important of all💓