From 580 Pounds to Fit Bottomed Dude

Today marks the start of our annual Fit Bottomed Dudes’ Week. And while we’ll have some amazing posts coming up this week for the guys (and the ladies who love ’em!), we thought we’d kick this year’s week off with some inspiration. Some MAJOR inspiration.

The kind that’ll give you all the feels, make your heart swell and help you realize that you can do ANYTHING you put your mind to. (And that you should. Because you’re absolutely and totally worth it.)

Ken’s story is incredible.

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He went from 580 pounds to fit, healthy, confident and in love. No dieting; nothing extreme. Just a commitment to himself and his health. Check. It. Out.

Guy or girl, if he can do it, YOU CAN DO IT!

How did you start your journey? Or, how WILL you start your journey? —Jenn

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6 Comments
  1. Mike G. says:

    Congratulations to Ken. His story is incredible indeed and is an inspiration to everyone. I had to lose a lot of weight years ago myself, but my feat us nothing compared to his.

  2. bodynsoil says:

    What a fabulous story. So much can be accomplished when it is decided that you’ve had enough of life as you know it, then making changes toward change. Congratulations to Ken, his body might have changed visually but his health has had a dramatic improvement as well.

  3. Alex says:

    WOW! Awesome tips and ideas. Thank you for sharing this valuable information. Congratulations to Ken 🙂

  4. Paul says:

    AMAZING story. Well done Ken. My journey started when my kids were born – I was unfit and doing too many of the wrong things. It has turned around for me yet it’s still feels like a constant battle! Stop eating the kids leftovers, I’m too tired to train, I don’t have enough time to train, etc. etc. Ken’s story inspires me to keep going and never give up. Thanks for sharing Jenn.

  5. zak says:

    what a success story, thus is really motivating me!

  6. Oxana says:

    Amazing and inspiring to see someone taking charge and changing their life! More stories like that!