1 ThePolecats 3 days ago I can tell you that me, being one who was in top shape (like most of us) when I was younger, but out of shape now, how bad it feels. I still play a set of tennis a week and bike and other things. I get more worn out playing a set than when I am lighter (makes sense). I am no sloth but I put on way too much weight. I don't know how many pounds I am but I know I probably could stand to lose maybe 50 to 100 pounds BUT I refuse to weigh myself.So I finally decide to really do something about it. I have cut out sugar for two weeks. I need to cut the carbs too because carbs are essentially sugar in a different form. I decide to ride my bike about an hour or hour and a half a few times a week and walk about an hour or two a couple times a week. Doesn't sound like much but so far I am on my second week. Even though I have not done too much or anything extensive I feel more energetic, sleep better, even noticed a t -shirt that once felt tight seems more roomy and more comfortable. Not bad for two weeks.Reason I don't weigh myself because that is useless. I feel more encouraged when I start feeling different in a positive way rather than weigh myself. When I go back to XL from XXL shirts that is all the encouragement I need, no scales to tell me how much I lost. I graduated HS in 1985 at 150 LBS. I know because when I started to drive junior year the license had me down as 150. I can guess w/o weighing myself I am 250 now, give or take. I got to say, 180 I'd be good to go. What sort of made me want to commit to this is because I was shopping for t-shirts and had to find XXL and the best looking ones and material to my liking. It was hard to get the selection I wanted. When I was an M or L, or even XL shopping for shirts was more about what design I wanted, not can I find something like barely suitable. I thought it seems I am shopping out of desperation rather than because I want something I like and can find. I find the pickings for smaller sizes is easier to find what you want. It's only two weeks so I have long to go and to prove myself to myself. Difference between this time and before is I am dedicated and consistent so far. Also I am not pushing myself but trying to just be committed at an even pace without trying to push myself. I may go on and of Keto. Maybe Keto three weeks and off two weeks and continue the cycle. When off Keto don't go crazy on carbs but eat them conservatively then off carbs and fruit few weeks.Any of you have a similar experience?