This 'Remember The Titan's' star Ethan Suplee has taken the internet by storm with his incredible weight loss transformation. And I'm going to go ahead and maim him Comeback King of the Year.
His endurance is proof that it doesn't matter when you begin, the only thing that ultimately matters is that you begin. At 43 years old, he's in the best shape of his life. Surely kicking 200lbs of weight at any period would set you into that category, but at 43?
SNAP! He's jacked and then some.
The before and after pictures speak for themselves. But lawwwdy. Good for you man!
Talk about a weight loss transformation of epic proportions! You can hardly believe they're the same man! Of course the public's first question was, "How'd you lose the weight?"
Lucky for us Suplee recently did an Ask Me Anything on his Instagram account. And it just so happens that he delved into his weight loss anecdote. First and foremost, he changed his diet. He started eating around 20% less calories per day, and switched to protein-rich filling foods like turkey and non-fat Greek yogurt.
What may be the most mind boggling bit of information, actually came from an episode of American Glutton. Which just so happens to be a podcast that Suplee started. It now has 3 episodes you should definitely check out. That is where he goes into immense detail on how a relapse from sobriety completely restructured his entire thought process on his body. He took comments from longtime pal, Kevin Conolly completely to heart and decided that he was going to make a real change and finally care for his body.
It began with a liquid diet, which ultimately helped him lose a good deal of the weight. He then attempted a multitude of diets. Before finally settling on the one that worked for him.
Over the course of ten years, the difference in his heaviest weight to his lightest, is a mind boggling 310lbs! Things may not have always been easy for Ethan Suplee, but his struggle has pushed him one step further and he aims to help others with their journey's as well.
His podcast showcases fitness and nutrition experts, and they all provide scientific insight for those looking to change their lives too.
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Have been going through old boxes of photographs. Nostalgic for analog. My phone took a picture of this picture, so that I could share it with you, out there in the 1s and 0s. . . . . . . . . . The analog title of this is, “First Haircut for American History X.” The digital title is, “Monday’s, fuckit/no hair, don’t care.” . . . . . . . . . . Sincerely,
Keep on being a badass Suplee!