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How Frank Dropped 88 Pounds and Found He Actually Loved Running. When Frank Murphy was a kid, he could eat pretty much whatever he wanted. But “at some point,” he says, “that magical ability just disappeared.”. He started to gain weight, little by little, every year.

By the time he was 43, he weighed 239 pounds. How Frank Dropped 88 Pounds and Found He Actually Loved Running When Frank Murphy was a kid, he could eat pretty much whatever he wanted. But “at some point,” he says, “that.

When my dog hears me opening the refrigerator door, he comes running into the kitchen because he knows that I may drop some food on the floor. In this example, the opening of the refrigerator door is a _, and my dog eating food dropped on the floor is a _ Patrick looked up the corresponding weight for a BMI of 32—it was 225 pounds. He was weighing in at 297. “I had two choices,” Patrick says. “One, continue on the downward spiral I was on, or two, stop feeling sorry for myself, dig deep, and get it done.

I chose option two and went from 297 pounds to 229 pounds in 51 days.”. Frank has been seeing a therapist about his spider phobia. The therapist first asked Frank to describe what it is about spiders that frightens him and these fears were then put in order from least to most frightening. The therapist then taught Frank muscle relaxation, and finally Frank was exposed to a series of increasingly fearful stimuli. 1-year-old dies after he’s hit by car service driver who’d dropped him, dad off at California home Powhatan community mourns the death.

After losing about 10 pounds, I felt really good. One of my friends convinced me to join the gym with her, and we began taking step aerobics classes. I loved it. Zamperini and his fellow castaways survived on rainwater and the occasional captured bird or fish, but all soon saw their weight drop below 100 pounds, and McNamara perished after 33 days at sea.

If you regularly go running 3 miles a day, you’ve developed a fantastic habit for reaching your weight loss goals. The key to losing weight is establishing a caloric deficit, or burning more calories than you take in, and running is great for burning calories. But, depending on your eating habits, you might need to make those runs a little longer, or make a few health.

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Without the outward signs of disease, Frank believed he was out of shape but generally healthy.

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Frank had been losing weight but had been active doing household and garden chores.

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Frank had been losing weight but had been active doing

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Aside from our runs, he didn’t exercise much, and as time passed, and he gained quite a bit of weight, he became less and less interested in running and eventually stopped altogether.

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Frank replaces his familial dependence with an exercise addiction.

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Most of his weight loss occurred when he was running the least.

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By the time he reached his late twenties, Frank was seventy pounds overweight.

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He had tremendous willpower and could push himself past the point where lesser runners would quit.

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Mike had told him he could lose one hundred pounds in just three months of training for a marathon, so Jacob bought a stationary bike and started pedaling.

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Granted, he wasn’t a distance runner, but the treadmill’s speed and gradient were ridiculously harsh.

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  • 10:33 That brings me back to running on the track in high school, I have no restraint and would just go 100% till I vomit. I didn’t do track but when I tried out they wouldn’t let me join since I vomited at the tryouts. My 100% is 24 mph btw and only have the stamina to keep that speed for about 15 seconds so whenever I run, jog, or walk I use a treadmill now.

  • I’m just binge watching all of these and fucking right!!! This was the best episode yet. Kudos bro. It’s inspiring for sure. I will definitely get my ass up tomorrow and start taking care of my health. Gg

  • Was the track in meters or yards? If it was in meters, 4 laps doesn’t equal a mile, got to do 1609ish meters haha, but I’m sure he would have still done it.

  • WOW! In the running community we usually think of 2 seconds/mile pace improvement for every pound of weight lost (as long as it’s healthy). I looked up Jon’s height on the internet and to get to a BMI of 19.5, that’s losing 100 pounds. At that point Jon’s looking at an adjusted mile time at literally world class/world record levels. I’m sure that rule doesn’t follow at a such extremes, but it is still an unbelievable performance.

    I wonder if Jon might be interested in cycling as a sport. With decent training I bet he can generate some serious power over a long period of time.

  • I recently found you via Instagram, love all your content it’s helped me navigate this WFPB thing as a newbie. Jessica, if you’re ever concerned about hair loss or if you just wanna have shiny, strong hair I totally recommend this shampoo called Nora Ross made with garlic extract. I also would count my hair strands in the sink at some point and I was losing a lot but this shampoo really helped me. I know it must sound like an ad or a bot but I swear I’m real lol It really is the best shampoo, never gonna use anything else again

  • You are kicking too far out… lil less kick out. And then just do a hard pull up and it will naturally take you over. You are doing the pull up way late… explode when your feet are all the way kicked out. Gj I like the effort!

  • Not even being bias, this video is AMAZING! The production, everyone involved, the story…unreal. Congratulations Pards! xx Biggest heart of anyone I know.

  • That was so fucking awesome! Major props to Pardy ���� I might just watch this as inspiration before every single session. Legit teared up when he crossed the finish.

  • kudos, gotta say I didn’t think it would happen, when I was in great shape at around 200 hundo I could barely break 7 minutes, so well done!

  • Jon you pulled it off buddy! Rooting for you the whole way, I can’t say I didn’t get a little teary-eyed watching that vid. Fucking BIG HEART TONY G STYLE!!! Sauceymitts on twitch

  • THIS…WAS…AMAZING! Just for the record, I was on Jon’s side from the git-go! The best part is that he’s kind of left the door open for the “1 mile in 5:58 Challenge”…just sayin’

  • This is a challenge worth making viral.
    Bill you’re a billionaire. You could help… 100,000 people do this. That’s 1/70000 people in the world!

  • What a fucking beast!!! Congrats! I’m 6’3 185lbs, in good shape. I could never run a 6 min mile! I was a doubter, guess i’m going to fuck myself now.

  • 6 min mile for a 260 pound man is fookin hard, Props to JP, Its his sheer will power which got him across the finish line in time. He does have a heart of a lion! Inspirational! GJ GJ

  • Cant believe he did it! I think anyone who has ever tried to run a 6 minute mile was sure he had no chance, but he proved everyone wrong, myself included. Congrats, Pards, enjoy the money.

  • You guys are so real. I love your honesty. You are true inspiration for me. I know what you mean about loving the food. NEVER THOUGHT I WOULD PREFER WFPB FOOD. Thank you

  • I would like to know how you are dealing with loose skin. Yes. Please do a vid on the negative things that happen when you lose weight.

  • I look forward to the anxiety video. I have all of it! Low self esteem, socially awkward, and I call myself an introverted introvert:D

  • We have been taking a good probiotic, one that has to be refrigerated. I’m 60, my husband is 62, and we both still have our dark hair! We have taken the same probiotic for over 20 years, close to 25. I learned a long time ago the real reason for gray hair from a very smart doctor. Our gut good bacteria has to be high enough that we can absorb nutrients from our food. This is our experience.

  • Thank you so much for this video. It is quite helpful to have someone else talking about these things and for it resonate with myself. Makes it easier to tell the worries in my head to shut up.

  • I like when you get in your 30s and you just kinda forget what age you are at random cause you lose track, maybe it’s old people brain? lol. Glad I’m not the only one that does that.

  • I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life

    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    We gon’ party all night
    She don’t care if I die
    Yeah, right, yeah, right
    Yeah, I bet you won’t cry
    Yeah, I bet you won’t try
    But you know I don’t mind
    But you know I don’t mind

    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right

    Yeah you bet I know that she ain’t
    Never give a single fuck about me
    Yeah, you bet she know that we ain’t
    Never gonna be together, I see
    Yeah, you bet I go to see you when
    I’m feeling like a drum without a beat
    Yeah, you dance so good
    And I think that’s kinda neat

    What you know about love?
    What you know about life?
    What you know about blood?
    Bitch, you ain’t even my type
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah, you…

  • Sorry Jessica, but you are so controlling with Brian, sometimes that ist hard to watch. This video is a good example for that. He talks about his point 5 and you keep correcting him and telling him how he see’s it is not correct. That behavior is not cool and part of the reason why I went from being a regular viewer to just watch your stuff occasionally. Sorry again, but it was so obvious and disturbing to me this time, that I just had to say it.

  • Comt genes expressing is biggest source of anxiety, do some research on “dimming them down”. Magnesium and lithium orotate are your friends❤

  • I just got sore watchin’ that shit. The pushups and the burpees before you even tried the muscle up. That is amazing. I get sore with 3-4 sets of pullups on the bar. And I’m doing less than 4 per set. 60 yo man. weak……..

  • Have you guys considered offering a membership for those who want to lose weight and have no support. I love that you guys have each other on this journey but it is really hard doing it solo. You have so much to offer!!

  • I’ve had the same experience. I’m just amazed at the variety and abundance of veg, fruit and legumes there is in the world. I was also surprised to find things that you could kind of use as a replacement for what you had before, like mushrooms can have the chewiness of a burger, or pine nuts resemble butter in the taste and creaminess, etc. Obviously it’s not the same but it becomes a similar thing when you go plant-based. I have no desire to have an exact substitute, to be honest, it just amazes me that I often find ‘equivalent’ things in nature. Also, I definitely think it’s better to make it a lifestyle choice because it’s easier to accept and embrace and not feel that you’re missing out, you just find other things that become your favourite things. And third, it’s amazing how any taste out there is really just habit. There were foods that I thought I could never give up, in terms of taste. But if you haven’t had it for a while and then try them again it just doesn’t taste the same anymore, I’ve often been surprised how a lot of things were only ‘delicicious’ because I was eating them all the time. This was especially true for me with processed foods. The tastebuds change and adapt to new tastes…. this makes total sense to me. Anyway, this is my personal experience. Thanks for this website! Love it!

  • Guys speaking of hair get away from the sulfates and the parabellum zone and it will do a lot better and you know I got away from those and my hair is coming back and it is getting stronger now I’m not getting more hair but my hair that I have now is getting stronger so just think about that I find in my local grocery store a run of sulfate free shampoo and conditioner but I don’t use conditioner the rest of my guys do I do not I use I rinse with um Apple cider vinegar and water and then when that is done say may be A-day or 2 later all rinse that out and let it air dry and my hair has come back so much stronger and my nails are coming back stronger too

  • So enjoyed this video. I can so elate to your topics. I’m forever in “diet” mode and so overwhelmed with choices of diet that I end up not doing anything. I see you two blossoming as you experience the you that was just hidden. You are evolving in many ways and I think that is exciting. Who knows where this will take you in the future. Bless you both ����

  • I’ve been watching your videos the past 2 months. I haven’t started eating differently just yet. Wishful thinking and dreaming mostly. Love that you’re posting what you expected and didn’t happen and look forward to what bad things happen. It will and does give me more of a confidence and awareness of what’s expected or to come.

  • I’m curious about the anxiety reference Jessica made in 5B.

    I’ve got my own version of that kind of thing. In learning about it, I’ve accumulated resources along the way… one of which immediately came to mind with Jessica’s reference.

    “Dr. Vincent Felitti was running a clinic in San Diego in the 1980’s for the morbidly obese. Under his supervision, many patients lost 200 to 400 pounds only to gain it all back again. Or lose the weight then drop out of the program. These results puzzled Dr. Felitti. Could childhood trauma trigger not only obesity, but a whole host of psychological and physiological illnesses?”

    All In The Family, CBC Radio

    https://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/all-in-the-family-part-1-1.3523111

  • #4 “I’m not going to fail.” THIS is what I need. I’m 64 and 338 lbs, and a doc just said “you need to have both knees replaced but no one will operate on you because of your size.” It felt like a brick wall. My hopelessness is so monumental, after trying, succeeding, then failing eventually at every weight loss plan. Recently I signed up for NOOM free trial. The app uses psychology and the very first exercise stopped me in my tracks. It asks you to find your “why” for losing weight. I couldn’t. I had a depression slump and discovered that I don’t believe I can succeed anymore. My expectation is broken.

  • Do you have enough subs to start selling t shirts we would like to identify each other out in public it be Cooke to see krocks in the kitchen shirts like the intro lettering

  • I thought my nose would thin out. It did not. I thought I would have a waist. Turns out I am built like Olive Oyl. I’m not going to have a cute figure no matter what. What I did not know? I look like my mom’s side of family and my face is oblong, not round. My eyes are small. It wasn’t just fat obscuring them. I have great skin and hair and a fine complexion. I still feel protective of fat people and get pissed when their weight is brought up in conversations ad if it’s somebody’s (my mom’s)business. I hate condescending attitudes and I call them out.

    I have no hips but all my extra skin is on my inner thighs. It’s uncomfortable. I wish I had lost weight when I was younger and skin was more resilient. I’m glad I don’t weigh 309# anymore.

    I have a lap. It’s kinda cool.

  • Hey! There’s an episode of psych that features a radio host named Crock! Have you heard of this? https://www.usanetwork.com/psych/episode-guide/season-7-episode-12-dead-air

  • I’m looking forward to your video on anxiety. I also think it is fitting that you listed this on the “positive” expectations list, because I think learning more about ourselves and what personally drives anxious feelings is definitely a positive. The more I learn about what is the source of anxiety for me helps me to grow and evolve. So to discover that your expectation of ridding yourself of anxiety was not what happened is great because now you understand yourself better and that can open you up to more progress and more anxiety-free days ahead.

  • Can you do an episode on people’s comments and I guess “backlash” you probably got switching to a whole foods plant based AND oil free diet? People seem to go ballistic about that, how do you deal with it?

  • That was way better than me and I’m 175lbs great attempt yo! I wish tho here in Hawaii we had a gym like that i hate 24hour fitness of those other corporate style gyms needs a better gym with straight up beast type of atmosphere. Aloha Big Boy from all the way our in the ocean oof the pacific

  • This man could play quite an array of instruments. He was a true musician.
    P.s.
    I pray you are in Heaven Mac and found the Truth before you passed away ������

  • I thought I would look better in a bathing suit but because I’m not toned I look worse, loose and pulled and squeezed in weird directions. The hard truth for me is that I will never have my 20-something body again, even if the scales say I should ��

  • I really identified with the loss of identity. I really had no idea who I would be after weight loss, and it was quite scary. The life that I had had all my life as a very overweight person was not at all I life that I had chosen.

  • 2017:trending on Musically
    2020:tik tok song lost in history
    2016 & 2017 happiest year’s of our lives
    2020 better have time machines or sum cuz imma start walking backwards at this point

  • I totally want to hear it. We have just started eating Vegan/plant-based and trying to lose weight, so hearing all sides would be great!

  • Is it too intrusive to ask about your sex lives? I mean, without getting too specific, did you have expectations around it and have they been met, not met, or gone beyond the expectations? Has either of your libidos been affected by the weight loss one way or another, improved or diminished? If so, do you think it’s the weight loss affecting it or is it the diet? Do you find each other physically more attractive now that you’re thinner? Was there anything in your life that was better because you were heavier? Sorry if you’ve already addressed any of these questions before in any of your videos. I”m relatively new to watching your channel. Of course, forgive me for asking such personal questions, and of course, I completely understand if you prefer not to talk about these issues. But I think it might be helpful to many people who are going through the weight loss journey and have doubts or questions surrounding these issues. Love your videos. Best to you both…..

  • Fucking epic, JP!!! Watched the this x 3 times, thus far! Bloody epic, man! So awesome…I’m feeling motivated to run a 1/4 mile in under 3 mins.! 😉

  • Yes, Please include all sides good & bad. I have learned so much from your videos, and they have helped myself, husband & mother lose weight! I also have anxiety & would love for you to share. It is nice to know that we are not alone.

  • Big Boy @ Strength cartel, you gettin though man. Most people your size wouldn’t even be able to hold themselves up on the pull up bar, let alone doing hop up push up’s.

  • This was a great video idea. I also think the video idea on bad things that have happened is a great idea. It’s good to hear the up’s and downs of it all.

  • There were some very compelling points in this video. The “loss of identity” fear is relevant to eating disorder recovery as well. Not only the physical identification but also letting go of needing that control. The WFPB lifestyle is healing in SO many ways!

  • Stumbled across and viewed this video yesterday trying to hype myself up for a one mile timed trial I ran today. I ran good, for me, a 7:18 mile at age 64. Every time I started hurting a little during my run, I thought about the big guy and told myself if he can do it then so can I. Thanks for the inspiration.

  • Jessica, I have anxiety and panic attack…mostly in the past..the neuro trancmitters in our brain are unbalanced. With medication I’m good

  • I totally get you what you mean when you say you pretty much eat the same thing all the time but are also eating more variety of food than before. But I guess this can be confusing for someone.

  • I thought, when I had lost a good bit of weight, that I would become more comfortable with the opposite sex. Actually the opposite happened because now guys looked at me and it totally freaked me out. Anxiety is real.

  • Jessica.. try researching John Rose and the solid food vacation to finish healing your gut and finish healing your body since you have lost all your weight. After the solid food vacation then you can do a final parasite cleanse and that should heal up your anxiety and any leftover depression:-)

  • How about trying in a pool set up a bar or just climbing in and out of the pool on its edges should prepare you. Or lower the bar use the momentum from the jump to explode into man up.Practice

  • Can’t tell if he started in the right place. So did he run a mile, or did he run 1600 meters (four laps of the track)???? One mile is 1609.344 meters.

  • Yes, do the bad things video. One thing that happens to me is I’m constantly over-guessing my size. I recently (pre-quarantine) went shopping with my daughter and grabbed a size L shirt that was way too big and she was like “obviously it’s too big, you’re smaller now.” It’s funny I don’t see myself that way.

  • Thank you for this, and so many of the videos you produce. Regarding Jessica’s upcoming video on anxiety, I’m wondering if you’ve ever come across this: https://inside.ewu.edu/caps/self-help/stress-management/distorted-thinking/,15 Styles of Distorted Thinking. I have a very close loved one who’s suffered from anxiety all his life. He finally found a gifted therapist who’s helped him strip almost all of that away (and without meds!), and this document was pivotal. I hope you find the document helpful too. It was a game changer for him, allowing him his first truly happy moments in life.

  • I’m not hard core keto but I’ve done it and joined groups for short periods. Anyway they talk about hair loss and prevention a lot. There’s a specific amino acid that they say they take and it helps them a lot.

  • In losing weight I don’t worry so much about losing my identity, but I worry if people will treat me differently. I’m down about 30lbs now and once I get closer to my goal weight, I don’t want people to think I’m suddenly a “better” person than I am now. I don’t want people to be nicer to me only because I look ‘better’.

  • I totally understand identity being tied to size. Some don’t get that, but those of us with either over or under eating issues, understand. I have to remind myself that my body is simply clothing for my soul.

  • JESSICA…on the subject of anxiety…
    Several issues take place to create this life haulting/valting mental issue; which can at extreme make people who suffer wuth anxiety fell like walls are closing (even when outside the house or building) and in extream feel like a egg facial drying on our face and getting tighter…
    1.if we develop faith in acceptance of thing happing aa natural occurrence;rather than something we have control over…we just cant keep gravity from making things false..or the gravity of things falling in or out of our lives..(As a Judea-Christian believer use the Lord’s prayer)So thats to say those that believe use the Lords Pray ” Thy Kingdom come/Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven”..question this: if heaven is not a happy place who in the hell wants to go there…this means kn earth we should be united in being happy most of the time 24/7…so it is in fact our faith in God..that guves us the will to let go and bath in the glorious notion that it’s God’s Will being done on earth come good or bad..or all the evils as well…learning to have faith at an early age would have you and most everybody that suffers from anxieties which include most all Social issues…
    Anxiety is a direct result of living a life with the flexibility of trying to be in control..Rather than having faith in God and the way he rins the world at his will..we cant control others/or the world arounds us..Yes this includes research and development of meals/technology/ evidence science most often evolves…and then as humans wuth greed in mind we will reluctantly claim the big lie…calling it control…truth is we can control the unknown/ we can ok only take control if that which we know….so take life with a grain of thought and a heap faith jn Gods will…willingness of faith in God cures all anxiety…it takes some work to let ho of our artificial intelligence on/of control…something we have and never will have control over…learn to lip ean on faithfulness in our creator’s sense of wellbeing and be happy for the release…then celebrate this freedom with song & dance/ and a bounce in your every step you take..

  • A wise Weight Watcher’s leader told our class, years ago, that when you lose weight, that’s the only problem you’ll get rid of. You’ll still smoke, have marriage problems, be shy, etc, etc. She had lost a large amount of weight, and was disappointed to find that she still smoked! That was an excellent lesson. I also remember on a Biggest Loser’s episode, the winner was dismayed that whatever the issue was between him and his wife was still an issue. I can still remember his look, in tears saying, “I thought it was my weight. I thought it was my weight.” This was weeks before the final episode, so he got through that and won the challenge. I hope and pray he and his wife ironed out their difficulties and he has kept the weight off.

  • When my now ex boyfriend left me this song helped so much. I actually had to drive him home from a party and the entire time I just listened to this song. Shit means so much to me

  • Hey Brian Jessica have you thought about looking in to or experienced with Burmese tofu and I can’t have soy beans but I can do Burmese tofu so look into it say what you think maybe you could do some of the salads dressings on that

  • I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life

    We gon’ party all night
    She don’t care if I die

    Yeah, right, yeah, right

    Yeah, I bet you won’t cry
    Yeah, I bet you won’t try

    But you know I don’t mind
    But you know I don’t mind

    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right

    Yeah you bet I know that she ain’t
    Never give a single fuck about me
    Yeah, you bet she know that we ain’t
    Never gonna be together, I see
    Yeah, you bet I go to see you when
    I’m feeling like a drum without a beat

    Yeah, you dance so good
    And I think that’s kinda neat

    What you know about love?
    What you know about life?
    What you know about blood?
    Bitch, you ain’t even my type

    Yeah right, yeah right

    Yeah, you know I feel right
    Yeah, you living right now
    She don’t ever pick sides

    Yeah right, yeah right

    I’m overthinking my pride
    But I don’t gotta look nice
    She just diggin’ my ice
    (She just diggin’ my-)

    And you bet I know that she ain’t
    Never give a single fuck about me
    Yeah, you bet she know that we ain’t
    Never gonna be together, I see
    Yeah, you bet I go to see you when
    I’m feeling like a drum without a beat

    Yeah, you dance so good
    And I think that’s kinda neat

  • Big boy has the determination! I believe in you Man! The fact that he that Agile, Muscular & that quick is very rare! Heavy Hitter Fo Sho Bro! ������

  • This song and “Clover Cage Mirror Mirror” are two songs keeping me sane during these tough times. I just want to send love to everyone and let you guys know that things will get better. We are in this together…….

  • Bro me and my cousins did this thing we’re we had to stay as still as possible and stay in our pose I couldn’t stop blinking so I laid down face down. I could’nt find this song for a LONG time.

  • 2016 was at it’s prime of ACTUAL GOOD MUSIC AND ALBUMS ♪~(´ε` )

    And now look at yourself your trying to relive 2016 by visiting 2016 songs ����
    Just like me ლ(^o^ლ)

  • Drop your weight to 250 and you should be able to do it. 300lb is a lot pressure on the heart. Regardless if your muscular or not.

  • I love this video and want to hear everything that you all can relay good/bad/unforeseen you inspired me to start down this path and I am happy to say that I’m 40 down on my way to my goal and have never felt better! I love the chili though I leave out the cinnamon and the plant based nacho cheese is a staple in the fridge. I even took your advice and recorded a lot of it so that I can look back at what I went through and to maybe just maybe inspire someone else like you have inspired me.

  • Regarding losing identity with weight loss. I so agree that personality and identity are evolving. The heavier person that you were, is part of how you view life now. Without having that in your past, you probably would not have the same viewpoint, empathy, and understanding of other peoples’ struggles with weight. I saw that all the time, in working as a nurse. Those who had experienced life difficulties, of themselves, or people close to them, often had a deeper empathy for others. Congratulations on your continued lifestyle!
    Regarding my own experiences, I have gotten off track from a healthy eating way and thought I would just get right on track again after Christmas…1 1/2 years ago. I am still struggling with getting wholeheartedly back on track. And this being on track would benefit my health in so many ways. I think I will need to search for your videos that may relate to this. Any suggestions?

  • I can’t believe how mobile u are and I’m way smaller than you…. props man motivation to increase my overall strength and mobility

  • I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life

    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    We gon’ party all night
    She don’t care if I die
    Yeah, right, yeah, right
    Yeah, I bet you won’t cry
    Yeah, I bet you won’t try
    But you know I don’t mind
    But you know I don’t mind

    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right

    Yeah you bet I know that she ain’t
    Never give a single fuck about me
    Yeah, you bet she know that we ain’t
    Never gonna be together, I see
    Yeah, you bet I go to see you when
    I’m feeling like a drum without a beat
    Yeah, you dance so good
    And I think that’s kinda neat

    What you know about love?
    What you know about life?
    What you know about blood?
    Bitch, you ain’t even my type
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah, you know I feel right
    Yeah, you living right now
    She don’t ever pick sides
    Yeah right, yeah right
    I’m overthinking my pride
    But I don’t gotta look nice
    She just diggin’ my ice
    (She just diggin’ my-)

    And you bet I know that she ain’t
    Never give a single fuck about me
    Yeah, you bet she know that we ain’t
    Never gonna be together, I see
    Yeah, you bet I go to see you when
    I’m feeling like a drum without a beat
    Yeah, you dance so good
    And I think that’s kinda neat

  • Dude for such a big guy you are quite versatile, on weights you a absolute beast sooner or later you are gonna get that power ups

  • I used to compete in street workout back in the day and although I love frank and he was one of my major influences when I was coming up, there’s a far easier way to learn muscle ups but dude I respect your agility, it’s incredible and franks right you can tell you got callisthenics background. Big love from England bro ��������������❤️����

  • This man was so completely made for music and here to put it out here for us and himself to make ug a better world, I will never understand or something to terms with him not being here anymore. Miss you such crazy amount mac.

  • Big boy is fucking awesome. That goes to show if you really fuckin the want it you can do it, even if you are 320 lbs. This shit is inspirational!!!

  • I thought my boobs would get smaller (at least in proportion to weight loss elsewhere). I have friends who have lost weight and their boobs shrunk, so I was really looking forward to it. I had noticed changes in my legs and waist and hips and face, so I went to the bra store and got fitted. No change. I was soooo disappointed!

  • Damn man you did really impressed me on doing the human flag and all the following workout after it! Really did not expect that. Did a great job for a guy of 320 pounds.

  • Not bad. Honestly, your first attempts were better than you last attempts. In the beginning you were doing the right movements, I would just say bring your feet toward the bar more as you swing back while you’re pulling down (Look up a gymnastics glide kip). It’ll help you get your chest over the bar better. Toward the end you were doing what we call in the gymnastics community, a “back uprise”. It’s actually harder to control. Either way, getting on top of that bar with your size it truly impressive! I love your drive! It’s definitely possible for you!

  • Impressive man, keep at it. At this point it’s not strength it’s technique holding you back, but you got this! Get it done and put it up on YouTube!

  • It’s very impressive to see you doing those advanced calisthenics moves at 320 pounds bro. Keep doin what your doin! Looks like you’re enjoying the calisthenics though! Not as exciting as a 500 pound bench press, but definitely necessary in most workout programs. Those front lever pulls are difficult…haha, 320 pounds…gtfoh! That’s legit dude.

  • Big boy you should of kept your mind straight and focused you would of made a great NFL linebacker your explosive and have that aggression would of been sitting on a multi million deal

  • I can’t do them either, but I’d like to learn. Watching you try is inspiring!! I love your content! Been watching for about a year.

  • Man, It’s the first time whatching your channel, first time I see your name, bro, you are amazing! I never seen a strongman like you before. Respect, from venezuela. It’s incredible to see an strongman doing pushups, with knees in and out, burpees and superman, human flag, front lever… Amazing man.

  • Pink Guy has been sealed.. His chromosones were stolen from The dark lord chin-chin… now he is withing Joji.. he has found another host… well anyways jokes aside Max said singing was his dream so we shouldn’t try to make The filthy frank channel come back its not our choice its his

  • im surprised the issue wasnt the pull up part. Once you get to the top its more like a dip. Ive seen big boy do dips so not sure why that gave him so much trouble. Those push ups into a superman position are bananas!

  • First time trying muscle up. That’s crazy good man. N front levelers at 320lb??? Insane. And yeah saw his Superman burps before..big boy is a rare athlete

  • How are you going to do a video with frank and not provide the viewers with his YouTube link. What a disrespect to the man. Add his link bro give the man his credit. He did you a favor to come out in your video show him some love too.

  • Si el gordito deja de tomar su Proteina en polvo, se le acaba su fuerza ficticia, la proteína en polvo a la larga es mala para los riñones y el hígado

  • Mac was like a guardian angel to a lot of people. I honestly can’t count how many times he helped me. God as a Jewish rapper from Pittsburgh. Thank you so much. Peace love and blessings ��������

  • Ese big boy bang that shit homie u bang the weight no joke much respect heavy hitters all day BIG CJ RGV 956 EXECUTIVE MOTORS LLC
    STRENGTH CARTEL FL

  • unreal body weight strength and stability at that weight. massive respect seeing you keep up in a calisthenics workout with frank.

  • Lembro da música com menos de 100k de view agr tá com quase 80 milhões, incrível ver a evolução dos ídolos q me ajudaram a ficar bem

  • I know how Jon felt after that mile, its the worst possible feeling. You can’t even hold water down and laying on your back how he was is the least painful position

  • I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life

    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    We gon’ party all night
    She don’t care if I die
    Yeah, right, yeah, right
    Yeah, I bet you won’t cry
    Yeah, I bet you won’t try
    But you know I don’t mind
    But you know I don’t mind

    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right

    Yeah, you bet I know that she ain’t
    Never give a single fuck about me
    Yeah, you bet she know that we ain’t
    Never gonna be together, I see
    Yeah, you bet I go to see you when
    I’m feeling like a drum without a beat
    Yeah, you dance so good
    And I think that’s kinda neat

    What you know about love?
    What you know about life?
    What you know about blood?
    Bitch, you ain’t even my type
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah, you know I feel right
    Yeah, you living right now
    You don’t ever pick sides
    Yeah right, yeah right
    I’m overthinking my pride
    But I don’t gotta look nice
    She just feelin’ my ice
    (She just feelin’ my-)

    Yeah, you bet I know that she ain’t
    Never give a single fuck about me
    Yeah, you bet she know that we ain’t
    Never gonna be together, I see
    Yeah, you bet I go to see you when
    I’m feeling like a drum without a beat
    Yeah, you dance so good
    And I think that’s kinda neat

  • Imagine being in 2015, YouTube is a good place, memes are simple, Metal Gear Solid V is hyping you, and Filthy Frank is eating a hair cake… Good Times were those

  • Your comment about losing your identity Brian I could understand mine was a little bit different in that if someone rejected me before it was because I was fat but if someone rejects me now it’s because of a character flaw. Could I handle that kind of personal rejection.

  • I feel like majority of these sad stories are 100% fake & just a way for low life’s to get attention. Literally one of the stories told here is the movie a walk to remember with Mandy Moore lol. Mac songs aren’t a place for you lames to tell your depressing stories real or not he should be remembered for all the positivity he brought to the world & that’s what people should think about when they listening to his music not about your uncle that shot himself & stabbed himself & then ran himself over with a tractor or your mom who was autistic lost both legs & arm when her plane crashed in to a boat & the boat crashed in to another boat & both boats exploded…& then she died when her cancer herniated.. Mac wouldn’t wanna be remembered or defined by the one horrible thing that happen to him but for all the lives he changed for the better. Go to some grief therapy meetings if you need to talk to someone about your grandma that spontaneously combusted after being attacked by a pack of bears.

  • Thank you for this very personal video.

    When talking about Brian’s new identity/personality I thought of Prince, who later became “The artist formerly known as Prince.” Like him you are still what you were, but more. You are the latest newest edition, the new and improved.
    I love you two. Keep going strong.

  • Check out the blog post that goes along with this video: https://bit.ly/KrockDidnt
    Also please subscribe to Brian’s new music channel for weekly uploads: https://bit.ly/BKrockYT

  • I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    We gon’ party all night
    She don’t care if I die
    Yeah, right, yeah, right
    Yeah, I bet you won’t cry
    Yeah, I bet you won’t try
    But you know I don’t mind
    But you know I don’t mind
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah you bet I know that she ain’t
    Never give a single fuck about me
    Yeah, you bet she know that we ain’t
    Never gonna be together, I see
    Yeah, you bet I go to see you when
    I’m feeling like a drum without a beat
    Yeah, you dance so good
    And I think that’s kinda neat
    What you know about love?
    What you know about life?
    What you know about blood?
    Bitch, you ain’t even my type
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah, you know I feel right
    Yeah, you living right now
    She don’t ever pick sides
    Yeah right, yeah right
    I’m overthinking my pride
    But I don’t gotta look nice
    She just diggin’ my ice
    (She just diggin’ my-)
    And you bet I know that she ain’t
    Never give a single fuck about me
    Yeah, you bet she know that we ain’t
    Never gonna be together, I see
    Yeah, you bet I go to see you when
    I’m feeling like a drum without a beat
    Yeah, you dance so good
    And I think that’s kinda neat

  • Để đây cho dễ hát theo ý mà

    Lyric:
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life

    I’ma fuck up my life
    I’ma fuck up my life
    We gon’ party all night
    She don’t care if I die
    Yeah, right, yeah, right
    Yeah, I bet you won’t cry
    Yeah, I bet you won’t try
    But you know I don’t mind
    But you know I don’t mind

    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah right, yeah right

    Yeah you bet I know that she ain’t
    Never give a single fuck about me
    Yeah, you bet she know that we ain’t
    Never gonna be together, I see
    Yeah, you bet I go to see you when
    I’m feeling like a drum without a beat
    Yeah, you dance so good
    And I think that’s kinda neat

    What you know about love?
    What you know about life?
    What you know about blood?
    Bitch, you ain’t even my type
    Yeah right, yeah right
    Yeah, you…

  • Along with mac i lost my uncle and my cousin this year a month apart from drug abuse, so much time and great talent lost. I love you guys I’m sorry I couldnt save you

  • I also relate to both of the #5’s. My story is different because my identity growing up was being the youngest/smallest of any group. My natural metabolism, body shape and mental health all contributed to the “appearance” of being skinny which I was both praised and condemned for, as if it was anyone’s business (stranger or friend/family) what my body shape/size was. Though I suffered from depression and anxiety their effect on my eating habits didn’t affect my overall weight because I flip-flopped between gorging and having no interest in food (not an eating disorder as each of those would be a short-term phase between long periods of “normal” eating, but the point is they balanced each other out).

    When I hit my 30’s my metabolism changed and I started carrying more weight. This is when I realised how my body-shape had deceived people. I’m pear-shaped rather than apple, and apparently having big hips, thighs and butt is not as noticeable as having big shoulders, torso and boobs (pardon my French). When a co-worker my same height and I joined Curves together I shared the results of my weigh-in and she nearly fell off her platform. “What?” she said, “There’s no way you weigh the same as me.”

    There follows a few years of trying out different “mood stabilizers” and gaining around 5 pounds with each prescription change. Those pounds don’t go away after you stop taking that med. I didn’t mind going from a nearly-A cup to a full B cup, but eventually the changes started to appear in my face and neck. I knew things had really changed when instead of me offering office-appropriate hand-me-downs to the young, slim interns a new co-worker offered me her hand-me-downs from before her own weight loss.

    So at that point instead of being young and skinny, I’m middle-aged and overweight. I can no longer shop in the Juniors (though I’m still short) or squeeze through tight places. Instead of getting bruises from hitting my hip bones on the corners of desks I’m bouncing off the corners and accidentally brushing papers off of desks as I walk by. This was a time of identity crisis and all I could think was that all those years people complimented me on being “skinny” I was doing nothing any differently. I wasn’t any healthier, I didn’t have any better habits. In fact, since I’d never needed to diet to lose weight I had little experience in being truly food aware and no practice being disciplined.

    Now, in my early 50’s, I’m trying to make real change in my eating not to recapture my old identity, but to finally live up to the one was always too scared to try for. Being small and quiet had quite literally allowed me to slip by unnoticed many times. Being larger made it more difficult to be invisible. Now, if I can get past the continual fears to become my ideal, I don’t want to be small or large I want to be strong and healthy in mind, body and spirit. Attempting any real change brings with it the challenges of calling notice to oneself. Though they may love you and want to support you, those within your personal system (family, friends, coworkers, etc.) often first react to any change with a subtle or overt effort to thwart it. Your desire to change threatens their status quo. Fighting this battle from within as well as without is one of the most exhausting and disheartening aspects of this “adventure,” at least for me. So I’m grateful to have found role models and peers within the Krock Kommunity, and the larger WFPB community as well, to help keep me on track.

  • Hey guys, if you could, would you please listen to my cover of everybody by Mac Miller? I would really, really appreciate it. Not trying to be a bot or anything I just want to see if people like it and to give respects to my favorite artist. The link is https://soundcloud.com/joseph-gsell/everybody-cover-piano-by-jake. Rip Mac

  • Love this entire album, and this song is def one of the best on there. Top 5 for sure, I wonder what this album would be like if it was 100% complete, with all his ideas n lyrics. But it’d be an absolute masterpiece, which it already is in my opinion. This and Swimming are just on 2 different level artistically, he was def moving somewhere AMAZING creatively. I love all his projects, I’m a die hard Mac fan. Put Circles and Swimming are on repeat for me. His worst project is probably K.I.D.S, bcuz he was on that Frat rap then but its still amazing. Just overall and amazing person and artist, wish I could’ve chilled with him once. I did get to see him on his GO:OD AM tour tho, which was one of the best nights of my life for sure

  • Everything he touched was gold, beauty. One of the things most humbling about reading these comments, is everyone’s support for one another. I think that encompasses what Mac would have wanted. Bringing people together, in hurt and in pain, getting them to have a conversation. I am struck by how much love hes put out into the world and how much joy it brings me to hear his art. Lets keep the comments supportive, ya’ll. Peace and love.

  • We miss you Mac. Your presence on this earth was unfathomably meaningful to many people. I just hope you knew that before you left us <3.

  • Tell you what, nothing gets me through a tough grind of a mf day like hearing this dude crack bars about stanley steamer, skating, and everyday relatable sh*t. None of the other Artist of his genre have ive ever listened that had so many unique and funny takes on all kinds of beats. It sucks that I always thinks were not gonna get anymore of this dudes dope work, but I appreciate what he shared with us.

  • Almost 4am and I’m listening this fvcking bless,washing some cups and thinking about start my life on da music,using my favorite Singer (Mac) as inspiration
    Huf huff

  • Burned one for you today big dog. I dont ever say anything out loud anymore. Ever. Just like yesterday bruh. Hitting 33 without you this year. But your music is passed on to my younger brothers and they vibe and grind and we MAC A MILL till then…. see you soon.

  • This song is about Mac wanting to have a kid. “Turn these GENES into hand me downs”, he’s insinuating he wants to have a kid to carry on his legacy.

  • Does eating healthier help you manage your anxiety easier? I’ve been slowly starting my weight loss journey. I’ve suffered from anxiety and depression and kind of hoped eating better would at least help me manage it better.

  • Mac was the first concert I ever went to. He blocked off a street in Ogden, UT and made it free to all. Blue Slide Park just dropped. It was one of the greatest god damn times. I mean, like everyone says here, this man was special. I had never cried over the death of someone famous, but damn man…why’d it have to be Mac…

  • Mac was such a musician. A true inspiration. I can literally jam this all day and never get tired. Every single album is one of those hit play and let the vibe take you. We miss you Mac.

  • The videos for the songs of his last album almoust all suck doe to this shity effects… this is a diservice to Mac’s music and memory.

  • I discovered you recently and it’s like I’ve known you forever…..I miss you greatly! I have grown to love you and your music! I’m sorry for everyone’s loss!!! IT IS A GREAT ONE!!!

  • My friend was thinking about suicide and me and my friend helped him through it, it made me think about Mac Miller and when I look through the comments I realize how hard it is for so many people out there. I realize that I have it easy…

  • He sent many signs that he wasn’t okay…but no one true listened to him, everyone just seen the material he had. Another great one gone because he just needed one real person to help him stay sane. Insanity is a real bitch.

  • This Frank Medrano has good ideas, and he is an excellent teacher. There are many teaching styles, and there is no one-size-fits-all, but this guy is someone I can learn from. I like him.

  • One thing that truly shows how much Mac impacted people in a positive way is how nice and kind and uplifting the comments and his fan base truly are compared to other artists that energy stems from what he created he truly is the goat �� hope ur resting easy malcom����

  • You guys are an inspiration! I hope to help as many people as possible through surviving a massive heart attack and then going plant based!

  • This dude was an angel, he remembered something, he knew his spirit he knew the history in the numbers…. he did it anyway for this album every song brings me revelation I can keep safe I can keep it safe there’s a reason why he did so much by himself. This album I believe he felt he had to he knew what time it was…. I see what you see eazy Mac R.i.p. you touched the world lot of people were saved amen