Two years difference.
So this is my boyfriend and he’s unbelievably awesome. 115 freaking pounds. Proud of you!
He got a bit too skinny. Needs to build some muscle tone. All I’m saying is that he looks unhealthy.
Man, just work out a little and eat more. Not sayin you have to hit a gym or anything but maybe run, swim, pushups, sit ups, simple stuff.
Can I just add that Harrison eats 2,500-3,000 calories and does 200 pushups EVERY DAY, on top of his regular weight lifting and Crossfit workouts?
But anyways, what I wanted to say was that this guy right here lost 115 pounds (you know, just the equivalent of a teenage girl NBD) of fat over the course of two years. If he was still 298 pounds, you would tell him to lose more weight. When he’s 183 pounds, you tell him to gain weight. He never said he was DONE with his journey. So instead of judging someone you DON’T KNOW off of three pictures, maybe you all should congratulate him on losing an incredible amount of weight and realize that it takes time to create the body you want. He always tells me how he is not done and never will be because his greatness has no peak.
Judging someone via a picture on the internet says a lot more about you than it does them. DO YOU EVEN LIFT, BRO?
Damn, chill. It wasn’t a competition. I was just making an observation because, yes, there is no peak. I didn’t say. “Oh shit this nigga needs to gain some weight he looks like he’s halfway through chemo!” Did I? Just trying to be helpful and offer a potential next step. If you don’t want judgement, don’t post things on the internet.