[quote]“My core abs are good. They’re solid,” he said. “When I do side abdominals, I feel sore the next day. It’s a good burn. I’ve been so happy, I went tanning for the last two weeks. I look in the mirror and I’m like, ‘Wow.’”
He lost fat on the top of his midsection and said he definitely sees his abs protruding in the lower midsection of his stomach. And his quest has brought him some attention.
“I cannot go anywhere in Vegas without people asking me how my abs are doing,” he said.[/quote]
[quote]Big Aristotle wrote:
I can’t understand why a reporter would write an article about this jerk-off[/quote]
To cast everything gym-related in the usual negative light?
Or maybe they actually want to give us some slack:
“Look here, not every gym-goer takes steroids and gets big and retarded over night. You also get skinny and retarded people who go to the gym!”
To be fair, at least from what the artical says he is eating right, although for his size i would guess he is under eating. They also advised him to eat more fat. He clearly doesn’t know how to work out, but he is just starting and I think the report made him look dumber than he is by emphasising his obsession with crunchs which I think most of us at one point early thought would be good to do 7 days a week. If he doesn’t give up he will probably seek out a better program and it wont be in the news to make fat house wives happy…