Jess “TooBIG” Perreca Jr. talks about his involvement with Personal Trainer Food and his 2 month weight loss of 60lbs on the program. Jess goes in depth about the program and what it means to him to be blessed with a sponsorship from the Personal Trainer Food Family.
Real quick post. I’ve done my Monthly Weigh In and the results are in. First I want to again thank the team over at Personal Trainer Food. This program is proving big results for me while on my NSNG Lifestyle. Now I’m on to a 2nd month and we’ll see just how far I can take this journey. If you have any questions about Personal Trainer Food or how it can help you, please let me know. I totally endorse it and for sure Practicing what I’m preaching. It’s not just for men either, woman jump on board as well. Now for the numbers.
Starting Weight Jan 4th 2016: 561lbs
Current Weight Jan 31st 2016: 516.7lbs
Total months weight loss: 44.3lbs
Overall Weight loss: 44.3lbs
So yeah I’ve dropped 44lbs in a month and well on to hitting some serious goals in 2016
I have to admit. I do very well with structure. I do well with a plan and not when I have to plan in the moment when it comes to food. That’s why I have fallen in love with Personal Trainer Food in just one week. There’s been a lot of times in the past that I’ve thought I found something that would work and I will admit a lot of the times I vanished from the scene of the crime and a lot of the damage was done on my own doing. I couldn’t sustain shakes. I sustained #NSNG (No Sugar No Grains) but found myself in a predicament when my work schedule and routine changed over a year ago when I started The job at Stewart. This however is real food. Real food that I get to eat. Not processed. When this 50lb boxed of food showed up I felt overwhelmed and I thought what did I get myself into. Now I look at it like this is what 28 days of food is supposed to look like. Then I imagined 28 days divided by 7 days divided by 2-3 pizza’s a week and the rest of the days finding something to eat and not only sabotaging myself but also my wife and family. Personal Trainer Food gives me more flexibility than I could have ever hoped for. It has been my routine and it has been my fuel (literary)
Personal Trainer food makes really good food. I think that’s why I’m stoked about this journey. If I didn’t like the food, you all know I would be the first person to tell you. When it comes to my opinion and my review on something they’re my own. I do not sugar coat anything. Class example is that shake thing I was doing. I’m very honest and this company is class act in the only short one week period that make me feel wanted and appreciated and they genuinely want to see me succeed and I want nothing more to succeed with them.
— PersonalTrainerFood (@TrainerFood) January 8, 2016
As I mentioned in a earlier post. I’m sticking to my guns and will not show my weight loss till the month has passed and going forward I will be doing monthly weigh ins. I’ve also added a Starting pic from Xmas showing me at the 561lbs mark and will upload progress pics as I see fit.
My wife, work, friends, family are all supportive of this full effort to really preaching my motto. I mean I put it on a t-shirt didn’t I. Life will always give you hurdles and obstacles that you have to maneuver around. Over, under & so on. Instead of crying about it. Do something about it. Get mad. I’m mad, Because all those pains and issues should be the reason not the excuse for why you’re doing what you do.
I ask that all of you really follow me on this one. Check in with me. Ask me how I’m doing. My mind is good now. As I talk about things going forward on this journey, I’m going to get personal with myself.
A lot of people think that it can be so easy to lose the weight and I think a lot of those people are the ones that never had to face 561lbs in the mirror. I have monsters hidden that no one or only very few even know about. So forgive me if in my posts in the future I bring up some of my past. I’m only doing it to help me and make those around me understand what it’s truly like being me. I’ll let you step in my shoes but you’ll never fill them.
Back when I started this Weight Loss Journey on March 3rd 2014, I didn’t think I could last posting only a monthly weigh in. I am what you call a scale whore. I’m always weighing myself daily if a scale is around. It’s a good and a bad thing all at the same time. The first two months on this Weight Loss Journey, I was dropping big time weight. Just look at my numbers here. I also had an issue where the scale that was being used was not correct and my friends at Old Will Knot Scales hooked me up with a new better scale for my results. The reason I knew the scale was off was that when I had a BIA test done about a month ago, I weighed in on a medical scale at Total Health Systems and found that when i thought I had already lost like 93lbs was actually not the case. I didn’t let it bother me too much. I mean 100lbs in 2 months after I had thought I lost 75 in the first was not that hard to carry out. It didn’t really turn out that way. I didn’t really lost the 75 like I had thought. Today was my 3 month/90 day weigh in and the numbers are below. I’m very happy where I’m at and am looking at hitting my 1st goal of 10olbs down with next months weigh in. If you would have told me that I would lose 100lbs in 4 months, I would have said you’re crazy. I’m working hard on this guys. I’m doing the best that I can and the best I’ve ever done. My goal from here on out is to lose 15lbs a month and anymore is a bonus. I want to get to my goal weight in 2 years or less. I want to get to around 250-275 and then work on really figuring out what I want to do at that point. No Sugar No Grains has changed my life. Garage Muscle & Ryan my personal trainer have changed my life and when I look in the mirror, I can finally tell myself “hey you’re changing your life and keep it up.”
Start 568.5 March 3rd 2014
3 month weigh in: 481.8
Monthly Loss : 18.8
Total 3 month loss -86.7
Only 13.3lbs away from 1st 100