My life had taken a definite turn for the worse. My blood pressure and cholesterol were going up with every doctor visit. My weight had ballooned to nearly 300 pounds. I was constantly wearing stretchy athletic clothes because my other clothes were all too tight and I tried to push my chest out like I was some sort of power lifter to hide my overhanging belly. I had trouble focusing on my work and simple things like bending over to pick up something off the ground or walking up the stairs at the subway were difficult tasks that I tried to avoid as much as possible. My 38” waist became 40”, then 42 then 44… And I was constantly embarrassed to let people see what I’d become. So when I had trouble buttoning my 44” jeans, I got depressed and did a serious reality check.
Something was wrong. I’d worked out for nearly a year and I was only able to drop about 10 pounds. And even on a low calorie diet I couldn’t trim the fat off. One bad food choice and the scale would tip up three pounds and all the hard work from the last week was out the door. This isn’t how my body behaved when I was in my young 20s. Back then, I couldn’t keep fat on even if I wanted to. Now, diet and exercise seemed like an exercise in futility. I was spending up to $300 a month on supplements, diets, whatever I thought might help me get on track. It was all a waste. I was depressed but I did my best to project a happy, loveable façade. If people focused on how nice I was, I figured they wouldn’t notice how fat I’d become. It didn’t work.
That’s when I was fortunate enough to find Total Rejuvenation. The physician at Total Rejuvenation consulted with me and figured out that my problem was low T. My doctor hadn’t even considered this. So I did some soul searching then committed to becoming healthy. I was too young to live like an old man. And I was tired of missing out on the best parts of life.
It’s taken 16 months, but now I’m running over 25 miles a week, swimming 5-6 miles and lifting intensely 4-5 times. Even better, I have the energy to wake up at 5:30am and hit the pavement or the gym. And when I’m done, I’m energized for the rest of the day. I’ve lost over 100 pounds and instead of being embarrassed when my wife introduces me to her friends, she jokes that I look like the guy on the Abercrombie & Fitch bag. And I have to admit, I feel like it. I have plenty of energy to play with my daughter, clean the house, do my work, and I haven’t been sick since I started the treatment. I’ve been told I’m a “sexy dad” and I can’t count how many times my friends have had trouble recognizing me since I lost the weight. When they find out who I am, they’re always amazed and tell me how great I look.
It’s been a challenging journey back to health. I won’t tell you that there’s a magic pill. You have to be dedicated and stick with it. But I can promise you that it was a lot harder to stay fat and unattractive, to feel lethargic, lack focus and generally look and feel like garbage than anything I’ve had to do to get my life back. I’m not a 44” waist anymore—I’m down to 32”. It felt so great getting rid of all my XXL clothes and replacing them with medium. I never thought I would wear medium anything but the fitted athletic shirts are tight in the shoulders and chest and loose in the gut. And the cost? It turned out to be far less expensive than the diet products and supplements I’d been throwing money away on. And this really worked.
Total Rejuvenation wasn’t the only factor in my results. It also took commitment, dedication and discipline. But with their help, I was finally able to find the energy to move forward. Total Rejuvenation has been an irreplaceable factor in my results and if you have low T like I did and you’re willing to commit to your own health, I recommend you get in touch with them right away and see how Total Rejuvenation can help you get your life back. The only regret I have with the whole program is that I didn’t do it sooner.