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Arlington, VA
Deep Down I'm a 185lb Stud with 9% Body Fat, No really I am!
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I debated significantly whether or not to post something to this blog again... It reminded of the internal debate a young man goes through the first time he asks a girl out on a date (clearly I'm thinking of a time before text messages). An internal debate of "should I" or "shouldn't I?" As I took Benny for a walk this morning something visceral stung me akin to the the hyper anxiety of rejection. Somehow over the last two years I've found myself in a place I'd thought I'd never be... Two weeks ago I broke the 300 lbs mark... Continue reading
Posted Jul 8, 2015 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
I have been stuck in a plateau for sometime, so I decided I need a fresh start. You can read more about the final 50 pounds I have to lose here at: The new perspective. Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2013 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
Growth- This is an area of my life that I have to always push and pursue, because the day I stop growing is the day I know I am truly old, and starting to wilt. Death is inevitable, the day is unknown, what we control is how we choose to lead our lives until the unavoidable happens. The last thing I want is my headstone to read, “Louis Kim, FUCK!” There is one thing in our lives that sets the tone for all others, and that’s our attitude towards the way we approach it. I will take 2 online courses... Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2013 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
Personal Examination of my Professional Goals for the Calendar Year 2013 Professional- This is an area of my life that makes all the other parts possible, all of the following goals for 2013 are related to my present primary business, many of the goals this year are necessary in order to advance into the next phase of my life. I will hire one new manager, or operations person that is a game changer. The type of person that fundamentally forces us to get out of this place of complacency. Why: I need to find a key player who can help... Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2013 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
Karen and Sherri, Thanks! I would never ask for money, quite frankly it's just a good place to empty all the stuff that goes on in my head. Thanks for reading, your posts are reinforcing my desire to get back to blogging. Lou
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Karen, It was a good birthday, but by the evening I started to think about my age, and had a little bit of a pity party. I don't want to feel this anymore, so I'm doing what I can to change. I want to be the one throwing the party for myself. Thanks for posting! Lou
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In an effort to better understand my own words, I am going to analyze my goals, I think some of the thoughts I put down last year were great notions but without further introspection as to why it was important to me they got lost as the year went on, I’m going to try and do this in parts. Today’s post is solely an effort to understand my Personal goals for the year 2013. I’ve broken up my personal desires for the year into two categories, Physical and Spiritul. Physical goals those directly related to my health or the well... Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2013 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
For 2013 I am writing my “resolutions” a bit later than I’d like, I’m already more than two weeks into the year, so I’ve turned this year into a 50 week cycle instead of a 52 week one. While I have what most would say is a good reason, I need to man the fuck up, and get my ass in gear. There is only so much bullshit a person can consume until all they taste, smell, and feel is shit. I have this inner hope that 2013, is the year that I’ve been waiting for, whether its finding that... Continue reading
Posted Jan 17, 2013 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
My procedure was done on the 28th of December, it’s now the 16th of January I’m still awake at 2:15 AM, when I normally go to bed at 9:30 PM. I’ve found that when I take an oxycotin it either makes me want to pass out, or I I can’t fall asleep. Why did I take any Oxy? Well relative to the other pain killers this one makes me feel the least shitty, I’m pretty sure in another life I was a strung out crack whore, who would give you a hummer for a hit. When I’m on anything that... Continue reading
Posted Jan 16, 2013 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
Looking back at 2012, and the resolutions I’d written for 2012, I found myself reading the blog post, and surprised at how hopeful I was last year, and how much positive energy I had, at that point in my evolution I’d overcome some significant hurdles, and made the types of changes in my lifestyle which are life altering. Rereading that post I’m disheartened to realize how much of the passion is missing in my life, and as that fire has dissipated over the last year so have the blog posts, so has the outlook on my life. Perhaps I am... Continue reading
Posted Jan 15, 2013 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
All people when it comes to their birthday can be broken up into one of three categories. 1. “IT’S MY FUCKING BIRTHDAY!” These people turn their birthdays into great events, they have no problem throwing a part for themselves, or taking a trip somewhere special without a concern about anyone else, it’s their day and they don’t give a fuck what you think or whether or not you approve. If they throw a party they tend to throw awesome parties, and end having so much youthful exuberance about this day that you either choke them out, or get sucked into... Continue reading
Posted Jan 14, 2013 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
On the eve what is surely going to be the start of a major test in my life, I find myself unable to sleep. There is a clear lack of understanding of what lies ahead and in front of me, while what I face is not the end of the world, in fact relative to most problems faced by other people in the world, the road ahead is quite trivial, yet I can’t help but feel fearful of my own inadequacies. And the possible damage those inadequacies could cause the progress I’ve made with my health. I will truly find... Continue reading
Posted Dec 28, 2012 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
Holy Shit My Shoe Broke. For the last several years I’ve kept close that were of a smaller size in the hopes that I would be able to wear them again someday, this included a dozen pairs of shoes. The other day I was looking for a pair of black business casual shoes, when I put on a pair that I hadn’t worn in years. I noticed two big issues right away, first I had to tighten down the laces significantly in order for the shoes to feel like they were snug on my feet, and second the soles felt... Continue reading
Posted Dec 13, 2012 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
Image can eat whatever you want... ...the air gets so thin that your body is struggling to just perform normally bodily functions, like breathing, as a result your body constantly requires food, so for the next week Paleo, Shmaleo, I'm going to eat those things that I enjoy, because I'll need it, further when you get above 10,000 feet it's common for you to lose your appetite, so having foods around that you enjoy are an essential survival tool. The trip that I'm going on is linked here... Our itineray is as follows: "Day 1: Upon your arrival in Mexico... Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2012 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
KP, You're the reason I did the 10K, thanks! Lou
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Make it 01/30/13, and sold, sold.
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Tes, Thanks for the awesome quote, for sure it's going into my quote Rolodex (not that anyone knows what those are), what is the quote from? BTW Thank you for all of your efforts, a big part of my progress with running is a direct result of your coaching. You rock! Lou
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Over the last few weeks I’ve been working hard to prepare for my trip to Mexico on the 19th of this month. Along the way I’ve had some moments of frustration, uncertainty, and a couple of moments I can take a small bit of pride in, which is somewhat interesting because one of those moments was from an act that I find stupid, and pointless. I started CrossFit Endurance back in March of this year. When I initially signed up my intent was to try it for a month, and then possibly do a month here and there to improve... Continue reading
Posted Oct 10, 2012 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
I've had a case of writers block, worse than a case of crabs from a Shanghai Hooker who reuses condoms because she wants to save money, if not being able to write was the itch that this woman would give some lucky man, I am scratching like a muthafucka. Needless to say I have at least 30 files of saved word documents that go on for about one two paragraphs then nothing, I reread it get pissed and walk away. Today I had a great post ready that started out with the idea of something...that lead to is a... Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2012 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
@Shady, I agree with you about getting out there and doing it more, but you and I both know time is always a factor. I don't plan on running long distances, perhaps I'll ride/spin often to supplement everything else. I actually took Satruday off, after a few weeks of trying to go 6 days straight of working out...I woke Saturday and felt like ass and decided a two day vacation is what I needed. It helped, a year ago I would have gotten up done CFE in the morning, and then a WoD in the afternoon just because I had the thought of taking a step back. @Chris, great idea on the incline, and pack. I love it when people point out the obvious. Did you do this with boots or shoes? I've found that CrossFit gives me the best bang for my buck in terms of general fitness, I just have to find the right tools to compliment the work, the types of tools which will make me feel better about things like the hike from Paradise to Muir. I felt good doing it, and was okay with it, I just remember thinking I'd feel better and more confident if I was in better Mountaineering shape. I'm thinking about doing Rainer next Summer, maybe a 3 day trip.
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Baton down the Hatches 03/2011 I’ve been stuck in what experts could only call Fat Purgatory for the last three months. An injury, overtraining, poor eating, the consumption of large quantities of alcohol, followed by late nights has caused me to veer off course a bit. While I’ve maintained a weight between 228-236 lbs, I haven’t felt great, and at times have felt the fat guy inside of me trying to get out like the hulk. I know those non-fundamentalist will say that I’m just being human, and that relative to most people I’ve been pretty good…I can’t help it... Continue reading
Posted Sep 17, 2012 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
No Excuses One of things I often hear from people is the difficulty they encounter staying consistent in working out. I here this from just about everyone around me, most of the time I say nothing, but inside the snob in me says, “Really? Do you think it was easy getting my obese ass up to work out every day, sometimes five times in a day? The answer for the uninformed is “NO!” It was fucking hard to get my ass out of bed let alone put on the clothes to walk to a gym where I felt like all... Continue reading
Posted Aug 30, 2012 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
Thursday I visited Doctor Sameer Nagda, of the Anderson Orthopedic Clinic. Anderson Orthopedic is primarily known for their knee, and hip replacement surgery, they are in fact world renowned for those two procedures. Over the years they have served as a training ground for many prominent orthopedic surgeons, a visit to their offices and it doesn’t take long to understand the health of their practice. There is a constant buzz of patients, telephones, nurses, physician’s assistants, practicing Doctors, and the many fellows working through their orthopedic apprenticeship. It’s interesting because even with the shear volume of people, the process is... Continue reading
Posted Aug 18, 2012 at Fattest Angriest Asian Blog
Thanks Paul, it's sucks being that guy. Does this mean that by the time I recover I can squat 2x my body weight like you?
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Andrew, I am actually looking into biking, most of the Mountaineers I know bike and swim to training for Alpine Climbing. I've seen this which I'm really interested in trying. Louis
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