We all know that weight loss regimes are always challenging. Anything that breaks your body to get rid of extra weight is difficult to be welcomed.
However, Bryan O’Keeffe, felt that embracing this discomfort is the right way to push towards the mission.
“Instead of seeing exercise as a way to burn calories, O’Keeffe used it as a way to build discipline and mental resilience by pushing himself harder in every workout,” the report says.
“”The benefits of this will spill over into other areas of your life, but from a weight-loss perspective, it helped me maintain my calorie deficit when I wanted to eat more because now I had built the mental resilience to deal with cravings, hunger, and the desire to binge,” he told the media.
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