I couldn’t teach my kids how to walk
September 23, 2015 - By Les Enformidables
At 238 pounds, I had a hard time getting through the day. My back and knees were hurting and I was constantly suffering from headaches. On top of this, I had high blood pressure. My greatest regret is not having been able to teach my kids how to walk. I wasn’t even able to play around with them, for that matter.
I did not like my body, and given my mental condition, I had no social life. I stayed home as much as I could, and tried to remain unnoticed. All in all, I didn’t enjoy life.
This is now a thing of the past. I started being active and lost close to a 100 pounds. I turned my life around. For example, a few times a year I now host meetings with parents within the context of my work, something I would never had the nerve to do at 238 pounds. I can now play sports with my kids and climb mountains with my spouse. Life is now wonderful! I can accomplish great things and I feel confident about myself.
Dominique Roy, is part of the community ”Enformidables” which gathers people who have left their sedentarity lifestyle and inspire us with their great story that motivates us to become an ”Enformidable” too.
Occupation: Child care educator
Personal trainer: Jeason Leclair
Centre: Place Nautilus Plus
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