Until Liam Scarrott was 17, he never knew what it was like to be anything but fit. He loved spending his days outdoors playing cricket and soccer as a kid growing up in Australia. His parents always cooked healthy meals at home and if he craved something sweet, fruit was always his first option. He went to the gym five days a week.
But then he broke his leg at work, where he cut and bended steel mesh as a metal fabricator.
“When I was recovering, I got sacked and told I was useless, since I was on crutches,” he recalls. “That put a huge mental strain on me and I really went down hill. The start of the end you could say.”
Scarrott’s mood, self-esteem, and healthy habits all took a dive after the accident.
During his recovery, he gained 30 pounds from his lack of movement, which only made his mental health worse. Feeling alone, he turned to food for comfort. His started depending on drive-through burgers, chips, soda, and alcohol, eating well over 4,000 calories a day. Desserts like cake, chocolate, and ice cream were never questioned and he often binged on several portions in one go….Read Full Article…
Original Article: The One Exercise That Helped This Man Lose 130 Pounds
By: ALISA HRUSTIC