Roger Goes From Hating the Gym to Loving Workouts and Loses 26 lbs Without Noticing

by | Apr 3, 2016


After years of failed diets and nearly giving up on health completely, Roger uses a new approach to eating well and being active that he actually loves. By slowly implementing small changes in his healthstyle, he loses 26 lbs in one year and feels like he’s “just getting started.”

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5 Responses to “Roger Goes From Hating the Gym to Loving Workouts and Loses 26 lbs Without Noticing”

  1. Tanya says:

    I really enjoyed this episode. Towards the end when you were talking about the negative behavior of going to the gym so you can eat unhealthy food later, there’s actually a name for it — self-licensing or moral self-licensing:

    Thanks for doing the podcast!

    • Jim says:

      Darya, anyway you could feature the transcript of your podcasts, e.g. Rodger hates the gym….
      I read much faster than having to listen to 45 minutes of podcast.

      • Darya Rose says:

        As I explained to Mary below, I’m still trying to figure out if I can provide transcripts in a cost effective way. In the meantime, you might want to check out an app called that allows you to adjust the play back speed of podcasts and cuts out the silent time between sentences.

  2. Mary says:

    again, would love to hear this, but not possible. is it in written form anywhere?

    • Darya Rose says:

      Hi Mary,

      I’m still trying to figure this out as transcriptions are expensive and the podcast is new. I’m working on it, but can’t guarantee anything at this point.


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